|Input/Output signals||Input: HDMI - 1line(Type A 19pin), Output: HDMI - 4lines(Type A 19pin)|
|Applicate HDMI standard||Compatible with version 2.0a|
|HDCP Specification||Rev. 2.2 supported*1|
|Resolution||Maximum: 4096 x 2160(4K/60p 8bit 4:4:4, 12bit 4:2:2)|
|Transmission rate/range||Maximum: 18Gbps(1TMDS 6Gbps)/Maximum: 600MHz(1TMDS)|
|EDID||Possible to use the built-in data with a switch(also possible to copy EDID data connected with output-1 thru 4)|
|CEC||Only Port 1 supported|
|Size||W154mm x H25mm x D83mm(not including the projected part)|
*1 In the case of signal communication, connection to SINK devices not supporting HDCP 2.2 results in no all connected SINK devices.
* When connecting SINK devices with different support specifications, mixed output is not possible.(Note: This depends on the option selected for the EDID mode.)
* For the HDMI cable to connect to input/output port, use one that supports 6G(18G).
HDMI splitter should basically be connected to a device with the same resolution level. The mixture of 3D/2D 1080p/1080i may result in failure to display images, depending on the order of the ports connected.