Extron Releases DTP3 T 203 Transmitter


Extron announced the DTP3 T 203, a three-input twisted pair transmitter for sending USB-C video, HDMI and control up to 330 feet (100 meters) over a shielded CAT 6A cable. The company says it includes technologies that extend video with optimal image quality. This DTP3 transmitter supports 4K@60Hz (4:4:4) signals and is HDCP 2.3 compliant. To maximize image quality and eliminate latency, all supported video resolutions are transported without compression, according to Extron. Capabilities such as 60 W of USB-C charging, dual buffered HDMI and DTP outputs, contact closure with tally output and Ethernet remote control facilitate integration in professional environments. Integrator-friendly features include EDID management, auto-switching between inputs and bidirectional RS-232 pass-through for control of remote AV devices. Extron says the DTP3 T 203 is ideal for presentation venues, conference rooms and environments that require extension of USB-C, HDMI and control over long distances.

In addition, Extron says the DTP3 T 203 provides reliable switching and transmission of USB-C and HDMI video at data rates up to 18 Gbps. In addition to enabling uncompressed extension of video, it supports HDR, Deep Color up to 12-bit, 3D, embedded HD lossless audio formats and CEC. The transmitter is compatible with Show Me cables, which provide “convenient connectivity” and user input selection and control for TeamWork Collaboration Systems. Two of the transmitter’s integrator-friendly features include simultaneous transmission of bidirectional RS-232 signals from a control system for AV device control and Extron’s EDID Minder technology, which ensures connected sources power up properly and reliably output content for display. Extron also says the DTP3 output can be configured to send video and embedded audio, plus control, to an HDBaseT-enabled display. These features and capabilities make the DTP3 T 203 the ideal transmitter for professional environments, according to Extron