What’s the difference between HDBaseT Class A and B?

HowToAV discuss how the HDBaseT Class A and B differ.

HDBaseT Class A:

Class A is the original HDBaseT standard, supporting the 5Play feature set: ultra-high definition audio & video, controls, Ethernet, USB and power, over a single 100m LAN cable.

5Play supported
• Audio & Video
• 100BaseT Ethernet
• USB Support
• Various control signals
• Power over cable

HDBaseT Class B:

Class B is a more cost-effective solution for industry applications with selected HDBaseT functionality at shorter distances: transmission distances up to 70m, does not support Ethernet functionality.

Supports
• Audio & Video
• USB Support
• Various control signals
• Power over cable

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