The 60Ghz W-HDM3D-S-100 transmitter wirelessly transmits high quality audio and video (up to 1080p/60hz) to a paired W-HDM3D-R-100 receiver in a typical operating room. The transmitter is designed to be connected via an HDMI or HDMI-to-DVI cable to a video source (such as an endoscopic camera) with the receiver connected via an HDMI or HDMI-to-DVI cable to a video monitor.
Up to six pairs of the W-HDM3D-100-SET transmitter/receiver combinations operating at different frequencies within the 60Ghz band can be used simultaneously within the same room.
The W-HDM3D-100-SET is designed to be unaffected by cell phones, RFID, wireless 802.11 b/g/n. The 60Ghz operating frequency cannot pass through walls and will work within a 10m radius.The 128-bit AES encryption ensures that no other devices can speak with the W-HDM3D-100-SET.
W-HDM3D-100- KIT (Included In Package):
Some medical device manufacturers prefer not to use the normal standardized timings for HD resolutions. If this is the case with your intended source, then the W-HDM3D-100 will be unable to successfully transmit video from your source to the desired display. In this situation, the CW-HDMDVI-100 scalar/converter can be used to regulate the signal from the source into a standardized video signal that the W-HDM3D-100 system can understand.
CW-PS-HDMSP-100 DC Splitter
There are times in the operating room when finding enough power outlets is an issue. In order to minimize the amount of power outlets used by the W-HDM3D-100-SET pair, the DC Splitter option can be used in order to draw power from the monitor cable to be used for the W-HDM3D-R-100 receiver. This DC Splitter will work only with Foreseeson monitors, and has been tested to have no effect on the performance of either the monitor or the W-HDM3D-R-100 receiver.