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Paralinx Arrow PLUS Multicast HD Wireless Video System - Single Receiver Kit

  • 1- Reciever & 1-Transmitter
  • Up to 4 Receiver Capability
  • Ultralight, uncompressed, realtime, wireless.
  • Full 1920x1080 10 bit 4:2:2 HD.
  • Up to 320 feet line of sight
  • Up to 200 feet through walls
  • Less than 2 MS Latency
  • Plug and Play - No setup required
  • HDMI video input / output
MFR#: AR21    EVS#: AR21
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The Paralinx Arrow PLUS Multicast HD Wireless Video System (1- Reciever & 1-Transmitter) can connect a camera or video source to up to 4 - Arrow PLUS Receivers with no loss in performance.  The Arrow PLUS HDMI video transmitter is small, low-powered, uncompressed with very low latency and simple to use.  The transmitter and receiver weigh only 8-ounces.

Arrow PLUS Features

  • Up to 328 feet line of sight transmission (results will always vary depending on production enviroments)
  • Supports multiple frame rates and resolutions
  • Uncompressed: 10 bit 4:2:2 1920 x 1080 video
  • Extremely low latency - less than 2 ms delay
  • Connects using HDMI
  • Supports up to 7.1 audio Channels
  • Very low power consumption-transmitter and receiver run of 5V
  • Wireless connection via MIMO/OFDM operating within 5.1-5.8 GHz range
  • Plug and Play - No setup required
  • Utilizes dynamic frequency selection to parse out interference and switch channels for optimal transmission results
  • 256 bit encryption of transmitted signals
  • FCC, CE and ROHS certified
  • HDMI video input / output
  • Supported frame rates: 23.98p, 24p, 25p, 29.97p, 30p, 50i, 50p, 59.94i, 60i, 60p

Please note:

With any wireless device transmission distance may vary based on the operation environment, heavy wireless signal interference, or terrain. You may not be able to reach the maximum transmission distance depending on many factors.