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High–performance, highly–scalable, AVoIP Encoder for 4K60 4:2:0, HDR10 over 1G network

  • Outstanding end–user experience
  • Ideal for large–scale deployments
  • Robust security
  • Simple planning and rollout


KDS−EN7 encoder is an advanced transmitter for streaming 4K@60Hz (4:2:0) video signals via Ethernet over copper cable. It encodes and streams over an IP network from HDMI input, and transmits the USB, IR, RS232, or CEC signal over IP network.

Kramer KDS-EN7


    • Outstanding end–user experience —
      • Rich set of inputs and interfaces
      • Easy–to–use KM/KVM — Searchable OSD Menu for KM and fully configurable KVM roaming
      • Large scale video wall — up to 16x16
      • Instantaneous switching time — 1 second
    •  Ideal for large–scale deployments —
      • Highly scalable — 999 channels build in support
      • State of the art management device 
      • Rich set of management capabilities — Standard P3K Open API , LCD screen for configuration
    •  Robust security —
      • Enterprise IT–grade security — 802.1x and HTTPS/TLS
      • Security certification — OWASP Top 10 certificate
      • Separate ETH ports for optimal security and experience
      • New HW architecture that enables robust FW update
    •  Simple planning and rollout: —
      • Cost–effective from day one
      • Full product range for any site, any application
      • Plug–and–play with Netgear M4250 AVoIP switches, Kramer Control, KDS–USB2, etc.
    •  PoE Support —
      • Using PoE switch — up to 13W consumption
    •  Alternative sources/destinations —
      • HDMI Loop–Through on Encoder and HDMI Input on Decoder
    •  Analog Audio 
      • Embedding and De–embedding
    •  Control gateway — Through P3K control/communicate with IR, RS232, or CEC to the connected devices
      • Through P3K control/communicate with IR, RS232, or CEC to the connected devices


    • For real–time essential installations such as command and control rooms
    • For large scale AV content sharing installations using existing wires and infrastructure in corporate offices and government applications
    • AV distribution systems with one or more sources and many displays in schools, universities, and public venues
    • For AV installations where low latency KM/KVM capabilities are required
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