SY-MFT62-SET S Y 4K 6 Inputs to 2 Outputs Multi-format HDBaseT Matrix Switch

£799.00 inc VAT

The SY Electronics SY-MFT62-SET is a 4K UHD 6-input to 2 output multi-format matrix switch with built-in HDBaseT transmitter and comes supplied with a 70m HDBaseT receiver. It features 4 x HDMI, 1 x DisplayPort and one VGA inputs to one local HDMI output and 1 remote HDBaseT up to 70m away (HDBaseT receiver is included).  If you need help, please call us on 01372 450 794


The MFT62-SET is a 6-input to 2 output Mutli-Format Switcher and HDBaseT Transmitter that provides the following inputs and outputs: 4 HDMI inputs, 1 DisplayPort input, 1 VGA input, 1 Local HDMI output and 1 Remote HDBaseT output.
The inputs can be individually selected to either of the outputs using either the front panel buttons, RS232 commands or external push buttons.

VGA IN – VGA input connector

Audio In – Analogue audio input for VGA In

DP In – DisplayPort input connector

HDMI1 to HDMI4 – HDMI Input connectors HDMI Out Local HDMI Output connector

HDBT Out – HDBaseT Output connector

Audio Out – Analogue stereo audio output from selected Local input

Input Select – External pushbutton (push-to-make) interface for the Local Output

IR In –  IR input from IR eye to control devices at the remote location

IR Out – IR output to control local devices from the remote location

RS232 –  RS232 for controlling the MFT62

RS232-CTL – RS232 for the HDBaseT output

48V – 48V DC power input

Using the MFT62
1. Connect the video inputs as required.
2. Connect the video outputs as required.
3. Power up the MFT62.
4. Press the LOCAL button to select an input to the local display.
5. Press the REMOTE button to select an input to the remote display.
6. To use Auto input detection, press and hold either the LOCAL or the REMOTE buttons until its respective AUTO LED is lit. Auto Input detection is cancelled when either the LOCAL or the REMOTE buttons pressed.
7. An external pushbutton interface to the INPUT SELECT connector may also be used to select any input to both outputs simultaneously.

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