Just Add Power now covers gear for 5 years

New warranty includes parts, replacements

LARGO, Fla. — Just Add Power (J+P), a leader in Ultra HD over IP video distribution, today announced a new five-year warranty for all HDMI over IP transmitters and receivers in the company’s 2GΩ/3G and 3G families. Effective immediately, the warranty covers parts and replacements for any 2GΩ/3G and 3G solution sold on or after March 1, 2019.

“The 3G platform started shipping in September 2015. When we analyzed the performance and durability in the field, we were pleased to see practically zero failures after a system is properly installed and running for an extended period,” said Ed Qualls, president of Just Add Power. “Given this real-world result, we decided it would make sense to extend our warranty to five years. It will cost us practically nothing to do this, and it further expands the good will we have built up with the professional installer community.”

J+P’s 2GΩ/3G transmitters and receivers allow integrators to build a scalable and cost-effective infrastructure to distribute sources up to 1080p resolution or meet evolving 4K requirements by mixing and matching devices, with 2GΩ devices on 1080p sources and 3G on 4K sources. The Ultra HD over IP family is designed for any size UHD distribution and matrixing application and includes a variety of devices that enable integrators to mix and match models to better manage their hardware budget on 4K HDMI projects — including 4K HDR distribution.

The 2GΩ/3G+ solutions integrate seamlessly with all product generations of J+P, allowing integrators to build a future-proof infrastructure that suits any application requirement. Further, the 3G Ultra HD over IP models can be mixed and matched within the same gigabit network, providing a scalable systems approach to 4K video signal distribution requirements.

More information on J+P and their products is available at www.justaddpower.com.

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