Crestron DM-TX-4K-202-C
Make:
Other
Memory (RAM size):
8GB
Hard disk capacity:
Not Specified
Processor:
Other

Will be sold as untested as I do not have the power supply.

Check pictures no damage to any of the circuitry and has probably never been used. Looks brand new. Still retails for over 2.5k new.

Here is some information from Crestron's website.

https://www.crestron.com/en-US/Products/Video/DigitalMedia-Endpoints/Transmitters/DM-TX-4K-202-C

The DM-TX-4K-202-C provides a versatile interface for computers and high-definition AV sources as part of a complete Crestron® DigitalMedia™system. It functions as a DM 8G+® transmitter and switcher with two HDMI® inputs. It also functions as a control module, providing RS-232 and IR control ports, plus Ethernet and USB HID ports for a total connectivity solution. It connects to the head end or display location using a single CAT type twisted pair cable.[1] In addition to DM 8G+, it is also compatible with HDBaseT®, allowing it to be connected directly to the input of an HDBaseT certified display device. Its low-profile, surface-mountable design makes it ideal for installation beneath a conference table, inside a lectern or equipment rack, or at virtually any other location in a boardroom, classroom, auditorium, or residence.
4K Ultra HD
Crestron DigitalMedia continues to advance the standard for digital AV signal distribution, delivering the world’s first end-to-end 4K system solution. The DM-TX-4K-202-C features the latest DM 8G+ technology, providing support for the transport of 4K and Ultra HD video signals. Support for 4K video also ensures support for the latest generation of computers and monitors with native resolutions beyond 1080p and WUXGA.
 

DigitalMedia 8G+®
As the leader in HDMI and control system technologies, Crestron developed DigitalMedia (DM®) to deliver the first complete HD AV distribution system to take HDMI to a higher level. DigitalMedia allows virtually any mix of HDMI and other AV sources to be distributed throughout a home, office, school, or virtually any other facility. The latest generation of DM is called DigitalMedia 8G™ (DM 8G®). Engineered for ultra-high bandwidth and ultimate scalability, DM 8G provides a true one-wire lossless transport for moving high-definition video, audio, and control signals over a choice of twisted-pair or fiber optic cable.
DM 8G over twisted-pair copper wire is called DigitalMedia 8G+ (DM 8G+). DM 8G+ handles uncompressed Full HD 1080p, Ultra HD, 2K, and 4K video signals with support for 3D, Deep Color, and HDCP 2.2. Audio capabilities include support for high-bitrate 7.1 audio formats like Dolby® TrueHD, Dolby Atmos®, and DTS-HD®, as well as uncompressed linear PCM. All signals are transported over a single CAT type wire, supporting 1080p, WUXGA, and 2K signals at distances up to 330 feet (100 m) using Crestron DM Ultra Cable, Crestron DM 8G Cable, or third-party CAT5e. Higher resolutions up to UHD and 4K are supported at distances up to 330 feet (100 m) using DM Ultra Cable, 230 feet (70 m) using DM 8G Cable, or 165 feet (50 m) using CAT5e.[1]

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@zts77gr no thanks
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€50 OFFERED
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5 months
@liam777 hi Liam, what is the reference number for the iwc and is it box and papers example.
5 months
Hi ,I see in your comments that you have a breguet, would you be interested in an IIWC Pilot Chronograph in exchange,regards Liam
5 months
Still for sale
6 months
@Markdub2000 sorry can't go that low
6 months
€60 OFFERED
9 months
@Markdub2000 as for decoding video and exporting it thru cat 5 I believe it can, but I am not sure as we never used it for that purpose thanks
9 months
@Markdub2000 It can do basically anything you want to do with display and audio. This particular unit was part of a media bench using an dx80 as the webcam video system,

The second function of the unit was to switch to the main TV display to an edge box... While the control used the crestron FT-600 as the touch screen remote, also a Blu-ray player was connected for promotional videos while the bench was not in use...

Here is a picture showing off one of potentially many configurations. Hope this helps thanks

https://images.app.goo.gl/PQvkm3aAvYZFGWfK9
9 months
What exactly does it do?
i.e does it convert a hdmi signal to ip over cat 5?
Can I supply it with a hdmi signal and stream it to other locations using cat5/6 and decode it using laptop / media server or do I need a specific receiver device?