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AV PRO EDGE

AC-MXNET-10G-TCVR

AC-MXNET-10G-TCVR

MXnet 10G SDVoE Transceiver

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  • HDMI 2.0

  • 18Gbps Bandwidth Support

  • Dual-10GbE ports, copper or fiber

  • Multi-view support


Inarguably, the most versatile product in the AVPro MXnet 10-G SDVoE ecosystem is the AC-MXNET-10G-TCVR, a single SKU, dual-use configurable, advanced modular AV-over-IP encoding / decoding IP streaming solution.



Whether deployed as a transmitter (Encoder) or receiver (Decoder), AVPro Edge has cultivated multiple advanced concepts into this A/V tour de force that just a single year ago, seemed implausible. An indispensable design, it is unique and destined to become an instant classic. The new AC-MXNET-10G-TCVR serves as both a gateway and destination point for the next generation 10G lineup of AV-over-IP multicast offerings from AVPro Edge.



The following details will assist in getting you acquainted with this state-of-the-art juggernaut:


  • Maximum range up to 100 meters using a single twisted pair Cat6A cable (55m/Cat6)

  • Maximum range up to 18.6 miles using single-mode fiber, through industry standard SFP+ modules

  • System scalability limited only by available switch ports

  • Zero frame latency, zero image artifacts, zero compression up to 4K/30fps 4:4:4 8-bit.

  • HDMI 4K/60fps 4:4:4 8-bit (100µs frame latency, or 1/150th of a frame); 4K/60fps 4:2:2 10-bit, and 4K/60fps 4:2:0 12-bit, are transported visually lossless with a pixel-perfect light compression of 1.3:1

  • Data packetization at encoding enables pixel-perfect transport and decoding for artifact-free, crystal clear images

  • Full Dolby Vision, HDR10, HDR10+, HLG, and IMAX Enhanced support

  • Auto Color Space cross-conversion for RGB sources (full API adjustability at any point in the signal chain)

  • Fast Switching, with Upscaling to 4K or Downscaling from 4K supported when operating in Decoder mode

  • Software-defined MultiView with Simple Grid, Hybrid Grid, Window Tiling, Picture-In-Picture (PIP) and Picture-And-Picture (PAP), plus arbitrary customized layouts available at any endpoint requiring no additional equipment

  • Video wall configurations feature bezel correction and asymmetric wall support, for wall arrays up to 8 x 8.

  • HDMI embedded audio pass-through for up to 8 channels LPCM with up to 24-bit depth and 192kHz sampling rate, including support for Dolby Atmos and DTS:X. Independent routing with breakaway for: de-embedded HDMI audio (8 ch / LPCM/ 192/24) and 2-ch / Downmixed de-embedded HDMI audio. Analog stereo audio (up to 24-bit / 48 kHz sampling rate) may be extracted

  • Bidirectional Control for: IR; RS-232; Hi-Speed USB 2.0; Ethernet 1Gbps

  • USB-B Host connection and KVM Control

  • Two units may be paired as Point-to-Point extenders outside of a 10Gbps network

  • Third-party control and MXnet-10G Mentor WEB GUI via AC-MXNET-10G-CBOX

Audio, Video and Control signals reside on autonomously isolated layers within the SDVoE platform, each independently routable for unparalleled flexibility with flawless distribution over a 10GbE copper, fiber, or hybrid-blended network. A built-in, segregated, 1GbE Ethernet w/PoE full gigabit sub-network channel is reserved for high-speed local network connections.When selected for transmitter mode, an AC-MXNET-10G-TCVR sends content from a connected source, via multicasting, to individual or multiple endpoints on the network. In contrast, traditional A/V distribution layouts such as HDBaseT and HDMI anchor a matrix switcher, forcing source localization into the rack environment.Presently, a physical HDMI matrix in a low distance application (one-on-one, point-to-point connections with displays, via NextGen Active Optical HDMI cables) will provide the best video performance for all possible sources, such as 4K/120fps game consoles. With commercial applications such as those industrial or perhaps campus-related, untethered sources injected into a network by an AC-MXNET-10G-TCVR from decentralized locations represents the ultimate in system design freedom and deployment ease. Sources may be set for their highest capabilities (up to 4K/60fps) and the MXnet ecosystem diligently handles all details.Configured for decoder mode, an AC-MXNET-10G-TCVR transforms into a technical tour de force in every conceivable way. Connected to a display, AC-MXNET-10G-TCVR memorizes the display’s EDID while automatically adjusting colorspace (colorspace cross-conversion from RGB to YUV when necessary) for all source devices, computers, or streamed video. Any version of HDR metadata is passed-through to HDR-capable displays, while being blocked automatically from SDR displays. Onboard scaling for no-wait, rapid switching also provides MultiView compositing, available on any display type. Video wall arrays are easily configured using built-in, advanced software bezel correction.The MXNET-10G ecosystem supports concurrent system matrixing, MultiView, and Video Wall operation, while independently routing audio, video, control or USB 2.0 signals. Twisted-pair copper, fiber, and hybrid system connectivity is supported, whether the device is commissioned as encoder or decoder. MXNET-10G Mentor access, via the AC- MXNET-10G-CBOX, enables rapid API system configuration changes, with the front-facing OLED display providing eye-glance quick system monitoring.


In the Box

  • AC-MXNET-10G-TCVR (Transceiver)

  • 1 x IR Tx Unit

  • 1 x IR Rx Unit

  • 2 x ​Mounting Brackets

  • 4 x Rubber Feet

  • 3 x 3-Pin to L/R RCA Audio Cable

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