The TAA-compliant MCX Gen2 DisplayPort Transcoder is an ideal solution for point-to-point secure video conferencing, hotel or convention center displays, multi-monitor broadcasts, distributed video matrix or video wall systems, and remote KVM system control. The transcoder brings all the features of MCX Gen2 encoders and decoders into a single solution, allowing you to configure it for use as either an encoder or decoder and to utilize it in either your 10G Cat6A copper or SFP+ Fiber networking environment. It features a DisplayPort output to provide 4K60 4:4:4 UHD video via a secure latching connector while allowing for either HDMI or DisplayPort inputs. It provides for a complete A/V over IP Distribution solution, transmitting and switching video, audio, IR, RS-232, and USB 2.0 signals throughout your system. Connect a transcoder to an AV source (e.g. computer, content player) and to a managed 10-GbE network switch. Connect a transcoder to each screen you want to display the content on and connect it to the same switch. Through the user-friendly MCX Gen2 Controller, you can configure your system and build and manage a video wall. Transcoders can be connected point-to-point for extension-only applications. Extend and distribute uncompressed 4K 60 Hz 4:4:4 video to an unlimited number of displays without sacrificing latency, video quality, or bandwidth. Create Ergonomic Workflows for Operators and Configure as Copper or Fiber. Front-panel configuration buttons and On-Screen Display (OSD) streamline daily workflows. Zero Latency. High-quality, IP routable, AV extension yields real-time (0.03 milliseconds) glass-to-glass encoding and decoding. Back USB-B for Encoder or Front 3-Port USB for Decoder. Configure the integrated USB hub of each transcoder for multi-user, control room, or on-demand installations. Additional Video Out. When used as an Encoder, the local DisplayPort output allows you to view the input source on a separate monitor, sample the video on a loop, then pass it to the network to compare latency. Works with Optional MCX Gen2 Controller or Control Software. Combine multiple transcoders with one or more 10-Gigabit fiber Ethernet switches to form a distributed video matrix, a multi-viewer system, or a video wall.