How to pass the video stream through the fiber optics?

At point A video stream can be taken only with the help of optics. At point B, at a distance of 500 metres you need (without delay) output the video stream.

Want to pave the optics at a distance of 500 meters. At point A I only know that there is a connector where I stick the optics, that would take video stream. At the point B will be 10 plasmas that need to get this video stream.

Prompt please, what equipment do I need to implement this task?
5 answers
July 9th 19 at 10:36
voobshem sdi sources, there are different types of sdi extender via fiber. Enough to Google sdi uglesital.
July 9th 19 at 10:38
while it is clear that you need the equipment that will support the encoding of the video stream received at point A.
July 9th 19 at 10:40
The video source is what? The video format?
July 9th 19 at 10:42
From Kramer is a matrix switches, and other valves.
July 9th 19 at 10:44
On the displays will likely only have HDMI digital inputs.

You need:
1 set of extender interface to optical cable (for example,
1 HDMI distribution amplifier 1:10 or more (for example,
11 HDMI cables (keep in mind that the maximum length is only 15 meters)

If you want to build a signal at a considerable distance, it is possible to use different switching circuits from the signal cables and amplifiers-distributors.

In General, simple but not a cheap task :-)

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