It will soon release its AT-OPUS-RX41, 4×1 HDMI and HDBaseT switcher/receiver, and is a member of the Opus series of 4K HDR signal distribution and expansion products. OPUS-RX41 has 3 HDMI inputs for local equipment and 1 HDBaseT input, which can receive video, embedded audio, Ethernet pass-through, power and two-way control signals at a distance of up to 330 feet (100 meters).
OPUS-RX41 supports 4K / UHD @ 60Hz (4:4:4) and HDR10, HLG and Dolby Vision. It is a new product of OPUS series, including AT-OPUS-46M (4×6), AT-OPUS- 68M ( 6×8) and AT-OPUS-810M (8×10) switcher.
OPUS-RX41 contains some features specifically designed for residential and light commercial deployments. Expanding CEC and bidirectional IR and RS-232 signals through HDBaseT allows the control system connected to OPUS-RX41 to select the input on the matrix or control its signal source, and allows the matrix to control the display in the local room. Moreover, the HDMI Audio Return Channel (ARC) routes audio from the smart TV to TOSLINK for local audio playback, and routed to the OPUS matrix switcher via HDBaseT for audio distribution throughout the house. EDID management, optional 4K to 1080p reduction ratio and support for HDCP 2.2 and optional down-conversion to HDCP 1.4 function ensure compatibility with traditional high-definition displays. The remote power supply allows the device to be powered by the Opus matrix switcher so that it can be easily installed on a monitor or projector without a local power supply.