Vision TC2-HDMIW7 - Wireless HDMI Up To 7 Meters
Vision TC2-HDMIW7 Wirelessly Stream HDMI content from your Windows laptop screen straight to a flat-panel or projector with ease, Just plug the transmitter dongle in to your laptop HDMI port and the Vision TC2-HDMIW7 will automatically start sending your HDMI Content to the receiver positioned at the display. The Vision TC2-HDMIW7 requires no software or drivers to make it work. As long as you have an HDMI port on both the Computer / Set top Box etc and the display screen it will work out of the box or you can use a Vision DisplayPort to HDMI adaptor.
While the Vision TC2-HDMIW7 can be used with any HDMI Display it is optimised for teaching and meeting room environments. Its practical ease of use will eliminate technical problems and let presenters get on with presenting.
7 Meter Range
The Vision TC2-HDMIW7 has an internal antenna in the transmitter that can achieve a range of between 2 to 7 meters for HD content – further if your content is lower resolution. Too close or too far away and the image will degrade. It uses the same 5GHz band as modern wifi routers so it will work through dry-walls but performance drops off with distance and physical obstacles, so we recommend using in the same room.
No Cable Clutter
Switching to wireless allows you to eliminate the ugly tangle of cables. Keep your decor clean and uncluttered.
TC2-HDMIW7 Supports up to 1080p and it is 3D ready if you have an available 40 MHz channel. It is HDMI 1.3 with HDCP 1.2 compliance. Note HDMI 1.4 features not supported are ARC (Audio Return Channel), Ethernet, and 4K.
Currently the best wireless technology available WHDI by Amimon sends uncompressed HD video with no compromise. It operates in the 5GHz frequency band and uses Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS) to select a clear channel for transmission. The signal is made secure with 128 bit AES encryption.
With an incredible latency of less than 1 millisecond, there is practically no delay or latency when using the Vision TC2-HDMIW7.
The transmitter dongle requires 500-1000 mA of current to function. HDMI ports are required to output up to 55mA but most laptops output a lot more so in most cases it will work. In case it doesn't’t Vision includes a USB cable to get additional power from a USB port, and if that doesn't’t work a spare mains power adaptor is included.
WHDI vs Other Technology
It can be hard to tell which wireless technology is best. Intel’s® WIDI allows you to send from any Windows laptop which has a new Intel processor to a Miracast receiver. The Miracast receiver can also display content from iOS or Android devices. And while some new products are emerging which work for Mac as well, all of these products require fiddly setup. Vision’s WHDI wireless products make it really simple: they work with any device which has an HDMI output.