RTI previews control and signal distribution products at CEDIA

RTI product line up

Automation and control specialist RTI previewed its T4x flagship remote control, KA8 and KA11 tabletop and on-wall touchpanels and its next gen AV-over-HDBaseT products at CEDIA 2018.

The products, set to ship later this year, debuted at the exhibition taking place September 6 to 8 at the San Diego Convention Center. 

RTI’s T4x remote control has a high-resolution 4-in capacitive touchscreen, and fully programmable soft-touch buttons. Features include grip sensors, Wi-Fi and dual RF.
The KA8 and KA11 touchpanels feature customisable 8-in or 11.6-in widescreen high-resolution LCD displays with integrated capacitive touchscreens. They can be wall-mounted or used with an accessory stand for tabletop installation. Ambient light and proximity sensors automatically adjust the screen brightness and LED backlight according to the environment's light level. Built-in Ethernet with PoE and dual-band Wi-Fi enable video from IP security cameras, two-way feedback and remote programming updates. 
RTI has joined forces with Pulse-Eight to show video distribution solutions at CEDIA including the VHD-Ux 8 x 10 matrix switch and VHT-Ux extender set, which use latest Class C+DSC HDBaseT technology to deliver ultra HD 4K HDR with 4:4:4 chroma sampling over a single category cable. Visually lossless video images can be transmitted over distances up to 100m with 18 Gbps bandwidth. The products also feature built-in diagnostics and monitoring capabilities. Additional video distribution products on display will include 4 x 4 and 8 x 8 HDBaseT matrix switches, HDBaseT extenders, and an HDMI 18 Gbps 4K downscaler with audio de-embedding.
RTI is also showing its RTiQ intelligent remote monitoring solution and the latest version of its Integration Designer APEX programming software. The company will also highlight the Miravue VIP-1 video-over-IP system, RTiXcel online learning management system, and a new driver for the Sonos Home Sound System that is being developed as part of the "Works with Sonos" programme.