TEKVOX TekFlex-32 Matrix Switcher Adds 4K HDBaseT Cards

TEKVOX is pleased to announce 4K card upgrades for its popular TekFlex-32 matrix switcher whose revolutionary design replaces inputs and outputs with slots.

TEKVOX is pleased to announce 4K card upgrades for its popular TekFlex-32 matrix switcher whose revolutionary design replaces inputs and outputs with slots.

With no limitations to the number of inputs and outputs or the type of connection, TekFlex-32 gives users the power to pick the input and output cards they need and plug them into whatever slot they choose. Now, their options have expanded with the addition of 4K HDBaseT and audio cards for the unit.

“TekFlex-32 is truly a remarkable matrix switcher,” says Jim Reinhart, CEO at TEKVOX. “The addition of 4K HDBaseT cards further increases choices for our customers. The ability to choose inputs and outputs as needed and the low cost of the cards make TekFlex ideal for all types of systems.”

 

The new 4K HDBaseT cards support 100m (330 feet) distance.

TekFlex-32 comes with 24 card slots with flexible input/output combinations and 8 fixed output card slots.  Comprehensive signal card compatibility includes HDMI, DVI, SDI, VGA and HDBaseT.  The switcher offers powerful EDID management, a web-based GUI and controllable front panel buttons (IR, RS232 ad TCP/IP). 

The matrix switcher is easy to install and operate and provides substantial cost savings over similar systems. TekFlex-32 is idea for videoconferencing and lecture capture by supplying seamless switching and adjustable resolutions for each output.

About TEKVOX

TEKVOX (http://www.tekvox.com) is a private Texas company offering unique A/V control technology that brings unprecedented affordability, capability and reliability to audio/visual applications in teaching, training, meeting and interactive collaboration. Applying state-of-the-art Internet of Things (IoT) and enterprise management (EMS) technologies, TEKVOX’s distributed, networked solutions dramatically change the cost of acquiring and operating A/V-rich facilities.

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