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Just Add Power Draws Out The Power of 4K60 Copper AV Over IP At ISE 2022

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Integrated Systems Europe is back in the physical space for 2022, and AVNation is on the ground in Barcelona to see everything innovative in the AV space. We join Just Add Power in Hall 5 to talk to their CEO Ed Qualls about their MaxColor AV over IP solutions.

These new transmitter and receiver solutions are able to provide integrators with affordable and scalable video distribution. This new iteration of the product line is able to stream ultra-high definition video and 4K60 through copper without downscaling. This is in response to the demand for high-quality AV over IP video solutions through the ubiquitous copper wiring. It serves as an economical option for integrators looking to distribute video wirelessly.

In addition to the newest line of MaxColor, they are also showcasing their Warp Engine transmitter/receiver for digital signage solutions. Installers are able to rotate any HDMI source in 0.1-degree increments with astoundingly low latency. These solutions pave the way for incredibly unique applications of digital signage and adjustments that can be made on the fly for any installation.

More information about Just Add Power and its many solutions can be found on its website.

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