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Control HDMI devices

Using kwikwai, your home automation system can control your HDMI devices by participating in the HDMI-CEC exchanges between them. This can happen over a telnet or serial connection. Many HDMI-CEC capable devices answer to status queries, and are capable to process IR codes sent over CEC. In many cases, kwikwai can advantageously replace traditional control methods such as IR stickers and RS-232 ports.

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Turn off the TV from your media center

A single USB cable between your media center and kwikwai is all it takes to power kwikwai and exchange CEC messages, for example to turn off the TV once the show is over.

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features

  • HDMI-CEC to telnet, serial and USB
  • HDMI-CEC and DDC acquisition, display and decoding from m2m only (no web interface)
  • parameters settings from web interface
  • command line and HTTP-JSON APIs
  • compatible with all HDMI-CEC messages of HDMI v1.4
  • audio/Video signal is not modified: independent from any video resolutions and audio formats
  • DHCP compliant
  • power supply through mini-usb port
  • 2 HDMI connectors to support any HDMI topology (does not require any free HDMI port)
  • installation friendly : Small, silent & low power consumption device. Powered through mini-usb port, kwikwai can be directly powered by one of the USB ports of the Audio/Video equipment (e.g. the DVR) or from a universally available USB charger.
  • future proof : Easily and safely upgradable by design in order to benefit from new software version or follow any evolution of the HDMI-CEC standard.

specifications

  • part number : k1-092
  • dimension (approx.): (H x W x L) 30 x 68 x 108 mm (1.2 x 2.7 x 4.3 in)
  • weight (approx.): 160g (0.35 lb)
  • color : Silver
  • connectors and ports: 2x HDMI, 1x RS232 DB9, 1x Ethernet port (RJ-45) and 1x mini USB port (communication and power supply)
  • 3 LEDs status (CEC data, IP, Power)
  • power consumption (approx.): 0.75 W