Choose which signal transmission technology is used for each display location.
Setup and conﬁgure via webOS, our browser-accessed matrix operating system.
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System Guide 2014
Designed for the custom AV installation professional. HDanywhere™ Modular is a series of customisable high−performance HDMI matrix switchers, for the switching, routing and distribution of high-bandwidth signals up to and including 4K Ultra HD.
A truly custom installation-centric system, Integrators can bespoke build HD distribution networks, that incorporate a mix of signal transmission technologies within the same matrix - built with exactly the right number of inputs/outputs for the project.Purchase Today
We build our products to last and this extender carries a 3-year guarantee. We are more than comfortable offering these because we know and trust the build quality of our UK manufacturing, engineering and materials.
HDanywhere™ Modular has been designed with two flexible and scalable enclosure chassis options.
Allows for a maximum of 4 input modules and 4 output modules.
Allows for a maximum of 8 input modules and 8 output modules.
Flexible input & output module options allow integrators to specify exactly which signal transmission technology is used for each display location.Purchase Today
Supports high speed HDMI connectivity with Ethernet when used in conjunction with the correct HDMI cabling.
Ultra HD 4K support
Transmit a remote source device up to 60 metres over a single Cat5e/6/7 network cable:
Transmit up to 100 metres over a single Cat5e/6/7 network cable;
The display location receiver's power is delivered from the chassis via PoH. It is a fanless designed milled from a single block of aluminium for unrivalled heat dissipation.
Transmit a remote source device up to 100 metres over a single Cat5e/6/7 network cable:
Simultaneous HDMI loop out (optional)
Uncompressed HDMI A/V
Ultra HD 4K support
Lossless HDMI video & audio
'webOS' is the browser-accessed matrix operating system on-board HDanywhere Modular. It presents integrators with an easy-to-administer suite of advanced matrix setup, monitoring, feedback, integration and configuration tools.
Within the webOS software there is also the ability to program, control and manage a set of rules-based system actions in response to particular routing scenarios, enabling integrators to ensure the desired behaviour at all times.
Accessed via the matrix IP address, any web browser can be used to access the Control Panel and the webOS GUI has been optimised to work across multiple platforms and devices. Some key software tools are shown below:
As the smart home becomes ever more IP integrated and connected, it is essential that the matrix be part of this network. webOS gives installers the ability to more easily and more deeply configure a matrice's network settings
Indicators of cable installation quality can be obtained via real-time link performance feedback readings. An electrical measurement of cable distance is also shown, which is be useful in assessing the CATx infrastructure from a HDBaseT transmission perspective.
Modular can use rules-based decision making, to either allow or deny a display (sink) to show a source, or force an adjustment to the source's resolution/audio to output a more appropriate format for that particular 'source + sink' combination, or for that particular mix of 'source + multiple sinks'.
webOS allows integrators to tap into the capabilities of CEC control via HDMI (see Control page 6). In addition to CEC being an improved method for HDMI source/sink device control over legacy options such as infrared and serial, CEC editing tools also enables more relevant device names to appear on display devices for neater more intuitive installs.
Directly accessible from the webOS, drivers are automatically updated when new revisions are made, so integrators can be certain to always have access to the most up-to-date driver. Third party control system integration is made very easy with ready-made IP/CEC and RS232 Serial/CEC drivers.
Updates to not just the system firmware, but also HDBaseT firmware are easily implemented via webOS. When set to 'auto' Modular can automatically 'call home' to obtain the most recent firmware, there is no need for human intervention. In addition,'scheduled' and 'manual push' options can be selected.
Modular gives Integrators a much more advanced approach to the command and remote control of connected I/O devices than traditional infrared (IR) methods: HDMI-CEC triggers functions (such as standby, play, pause, rewind etc.) by communicating directly via the existing HDMI cable. No IR signal modulation electronics or cables are required, making for an easier and neater installation.
Remap the IR control commands for matrix routing to an IR button of your choice on any remote of your choice, repurposing dormant remote control buttons to more useful purpose. (Eg red, green, yellow, blue as matrix input 1, 2, 3, 4)
Third party control system integration is made very easy with ready-made IP/CEC and RS232 Serial/CEC drivers included for all major home automation brands. Directly accessible from the webOS, drivers are automatically updated when new revisions are made, so integrators can be certain to always have access to the most up-to-date driver.
Command Centre will provide you with a real-time status of all your Modular installs. At a glance you will be able to monitor the system health of your installs and if necessary, make changes remotely. Command Centre is more than just a monitoring tool, with the ability to make changes remotely you can service your customers quicker and easier.