MTPX Plus 128

12x8 MTP Twisted Pair Matrix Switcher for RGBHV, Video, Audio, and RS-232
Key Features
  • 4 local inputs plus 8x8 MTP matrix switcher
  • Dynamic skew equalization
  • Local RS-232 insertion ports
  • EDID Minder® automatically manages EDID communication between connected devices
  • Video level and peaking compensation
  • Local high resolution video inputs and outputs
The Extron MTPX Plus 128
Model Version Description Part #
 MTPX Plus 128 12x8 60-1015-01

The Extron MTPX Plus 128 Twisted Pair Matrix Switcher represents the next generation of twisted pair integration. Local video and audio inputs and outputs enable direct connection of equipment that is located within the same rack as the MTPX 128 matrix, greatly reducing system complexity by eliminating additional MTP transmitters and receivers. The MTPX Plus 128 is a 1U high, full rack width MTP Twisted Pair Matrix Switcher with 12 inputs and 8 outputs, RS-232 insertion ports, and IP Link. In addition to offering all of the same features found in the MTPX Plus Series, the MTPX Plus 128 provides EDID Minder® for local inputs and outputs, RS-232 insertion ports for all outputs, switchable video pre-peaking on all outputs, and a front panel mini USB port for configuration and setup.

When paired with Extron MTP U Series Universal Transmitter and Receivers, MTPX Plus Series Twisted Pair Matrix Switchers allow composite video, S-video, and VGA, along with audio or RS-232 control signals, to be sent over a single CAT 5-type cable and output on the appropriate connector at the display. Using one cable for all signal types simplifies system wiring and requires only a single matrix switcher output and MTP U R Series receiver per display.

Additional features include dynamic skew equalization, video level and peaking compensation, audio input gain and attenuation to balance audio levels, and output volume control for the local outputs. The powerful feature set in the MTPX Plus 128 Twisted Pair Matrix Switcher enables integrators to greatly reduce installation time and costs associated with rack space, cabling, and installation, when compared to traditional twisted pair matrix switching.