AE125-RF & AE125H IR
XPANDVISION AE125-RF and AE125H IR emitter systems generate the radio frequency and infrared signal that synchronizes active XPANDVISION 3D glasses with the digital projector or any other digital display device.
The AE125-RF emitter
The AE125-RF is designed for short-throw, wide-screened theaters and visualization centers with up to 50 seats. Multiple emitters can be connected in parallel for larger venues. The emitter is designed to be placed in the room’s center to cover the area in a radius of up to 20 meters around it.
- Synchronization type: RF
- Transmitting range: up to 20 meters
- Max. simultaneous connections: up to 50 glasses
- Frame rates: 96 Hz, 100 Hz, 120 Hz, 144 Hz, 192 Hz, 240 Hz
- Power supply: 12V power adapter
AE125H IR emitter
Every XPANDVISION™ 3D System needs an emitter. XPANDVISION™ 3D IR emitter system generates the infrared signal that synchronizes the active 3D glasses with the digital projector or any other digital display device (HDTV for example).
Nowadays the market is full of 3D ready TV sets – those have the IR emitters already built-in, but you may already own a HDTV that doesn’t. This is where an external emitter like Mid-range IR External 3D Emitter (AE125H) can come handy.
|Protection||XPAND Cinema IR Protocol – Secured|
|Connector Type||BNC (TTL levels)|
|IR Emitting angle||25 °|
|Setup||Emitter must be aimed at screen or at the audience, if the screening room is very long|
|Coverage (number of seats)||50|
|Power Supply||110-240 V, power adapter included|
(W x H x D)
|114 mm x 35 mm x 77 mm|
(4.5” x 1.4” x 3.0”)
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