ZeeVee to Unveil Its Latest AV Signal Distribution Solutions at InfoComm 2023

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ZeeVee will unveil its latest AV signal distribution solutions, including a new 1G AV-over-IP encoder and decoder, at InfoComm 2023, booth 4061.

Under the theme “From simple meeting spaces to complex AV integration projects,” ZeeVee will introduce the ZyPerUHD60-2E 3×1 input, dual LAN encoder and ZyPerUHD60-2D dual LAN decoder. It will also show its recently introduced ZyPer4K SDVoE encoder and decoder wall plates and HDMI 2.0 extender kit for the first time in North America.

Art Weeks, director of product management, will conduct an AVIXA education session entitled “Enterprise IT: AV Network Preparation, Readiness and Design,” on June 14 (11 a.m. – 12 p.m. in room W304AB) that will share best practices for AV-over-IP network design. He will provide examples of real-world AV-over-IP networks, along with a high-level checklist of things to plan for in the design of any AV-over-IP network.

“More than ever, end users are tasking their integrators to deploy the most advanced signal distribution solutions available to meet their present and long-range needs,” said Bob Michaels, CEO. “Today’s workplace requires AVoIP solutions that meet the needs of smaller deployments, such as for Zoom and Microsoft Teams rooms, as well as those that can integrate these with larger AV infrastructures.”

ZeeVee ZyPer4K SDVoE encoder and decoder wall plates feature 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet ports for general-purpose device attachment to a network, as well as audio input and output jacks to drive line-level stereo audio. They can distribute content via HDMI 2.0b and USB-C, as well as USB 2.0, which can be configured and routed via the ZeeVee ZyPer Management Platform (ZMP). A video select button on the encoder wall plate enables users to choose either HDMI or USB-C video inputs when both are connected.

The ZeeVee HDMI 2.0 extender kit permits signal transmissions of up to 165 feet (50 meters). Normally, HDMI cables only reach 50 feet before signal deterioration occurs, which can lead to on-screen images pixelating, lagging or dropping out entirely. The kit preserves the signal integrity via Cat6/6A/7 cables that are designed to be “more efficient to run through walls and crawl spaces than HDMI cables.”