Kramer Electronics USA, Inc.
Kramer Electronics is committed to developing creative, reliable and value-oriented audio, video and computer signal processing solutions and distributing them worldwide with an uncompromising level of service and support. Government, military, corporate, education, religion, transportation, hospitals, home cinema and retail markets rely on their technology every day.
Kramer PT-110EDID Computer Graphics Video over Twisted Pair Transmitter with EDID
Kramer PT-110xl Computer Graphics Video over Twisted Pair Transmitter
Kramer PT-120xl Computer Graphics Video over Twisted Pair Receiver
Kramer SID-X1N 4-Input Multi-Format Video over DGKat Transmitter
Kramer SID-X2N 4-Input Multi-Format Video over HDBaseT Transmitter & Step-IN Commander
Kramer SID-X3N 4-Input Multi-Format Video over HDMI Transmitter
Kramer TP-102HD Computer Graphics Video & HDTV over Twisted Pair Transmitter
Kramer TP-104HD TP-1 1:4 Computer Graphics Video & HDTV over Twisted Pair Transmitter & Distribution Amp
Kramer TP-114 TP-1 1:4 Computer Graphics Video & HDTV over Twisted Pair Transmitter & Distribution Amp
Kramer TP-120 Computer Graphics Video over Twisted Pair Receiver
Kramer TP-125-od Video, Stereo & Bidirectional RS-232 over Twisted Pair with EDID & EMP Protection
Kramer TP-210 1:10 Computer Graphics Video over Twisted-Pair Transmitter with Dual 15-pin HD Outputs
Kramer TP-410 1:10 Computer Graphics Video, Audio & RS-232 over Twisted Pair & Distribution Amp
Kramer TP-45EDID Component Video or Computer Graphics Video w/ Audio over Twisted Pair w/ EDID
Kramer TP-46N Component Video or Computer Graphics Video with Audio over Twisted Pair Receiver
Kramer TP-50 1:2 Computer Graphics Video with S/PDIF or Stereo Audio Twisted Pair Receiver
The VS-211H2 Offers 18 Gbps of Bandwidth, a Clock Rate of 600 MHz and HDCP 2.2 Compatibility
Thu 31, March 2016 AV News
Kramer Electronics USA, Inc. has been named by Forbes Magazine as one of ten other AV manufacturers for EdTech.
Wed 9, December 2015 AV News
Learn how repeaters push video signals further in this short video from Kramer.
Fri 6, February 2015 How-To