Snap One’s Binary 960 Series MoIP solutions is now shipping both in the U.S. and internationally. The latest addition to the Snap One MoIP Ecosystem provides the company’s Partners and end users with advanced video-distribution capabilities for both residential and commercial projects.
Originally debuted at InfoComm 2023, the Binary 960 Series extends capabilities beyond AV/IP solutions into media and surveillance integrations, enabling Partners to design and install more MoIP-based solutions in a wide range of projects. The new series enables distribution of 4K60 video content, video tiling for up to 16 sources, simplified setup through OvrC, and reduced video compression for 10G-capable networks.
“We received incredibly positive feedback from Partners about the Snap One MoIP Ecosystem and the Binary 960 Series at InfoComm, because it allows them to leverage MoIP’s simplicity and flexibility to improve video distribution capabilities through a connected suite of solutions,” said Rob Brunett, director of product management at Snap One. “With the addition of this series to the Ecosystem, we’re offering major improvements for video quality as well as benefits with OvrC integration that improve system monitoring and simplify set-up.”
The 960 Series includes three products: the B-960-MOIP-4K-TX-A transmitter that enables audio downmixing, the net new B-960-MOIP-4K-TR transceiver that can simultaneously send and receive, and the B-960-MOIP-4K-RX receiver with video tiling and Picture-in-Picture capability.
Together, these products let Partners take advantage of the increased bandwidth of modern 10G networks – particularly the Araknis 920-Series L3 Managed 10G PoE++ Switch with OvrC integration — to provide 4K60 HDR video and fast switching to ensure smooth operations for demanding use cases. The 960 series also offers more integrations with other Snap One brands to build the MoIP ecosystem, including surveillance integrations with Luma x20 cameras and the Control4 Chime Video Doorbell, among others.
The series also creates new efficiencies and end-user benefits by providing a less-centralized system that integrates Video Tiling, Picture-in-Picture, and Video Wall applications without the need for any additional hardware.
“We look forward to offering Partners simple, flexible and enhanced video distribution capabilities across the globe,” Brunett concluded.