Standard Definition Receiver, Ethernet, with integrated IR and Serial control

DescriptionDigital TV Receiver Standard Definition
Part #FG1411-01

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This Product is Discontinued

This receiver is located at the display and receives the incoming transmitted digital TV signal converting it to a compatible format for the display in Standard Definition.

AMX Television Distribution System
The AMX Television Distribution System is a line of Digital TV (DTV) distribution products designed to transmit digital TV content over Ethernet using a multicast enabled LAN as opposed to a separate dedicated coaxial cable for an easy-to-implement digital TV solution. The AMX DTV Transmitters send a complete transport stream (MPEG2) which can include multiple individual channels of live programming to an AMX DTV Receiver located at the large format display. When used with an AMX NetLinx Controller, the AMX Television Distribution System can also send control information over the Ethernet network allowing the ability to centrally manage the displays such as powering them on and off.

The AMX Television Distribution System is used to distribute TV programming throughout a building using commonly available Ethernet for distribution. It is ideal for the delivery of digital television signals around a corporate office including reception areas, lobbies and meeting rooms. It can also deliver TV signals to multiple displays simultaneously such as in stadiums, hospitals, hotels, bars and educational facilities. The AMX Television Distribution System efficiently delivers DTV programming plus provides a simple infrastructure that extends control to the display devices without the need for any additional hardware.


  • Allows control, power and digital TV over one twisted pair cable, eliminating the need for coaxial cable runs and allowing the use of existing Ethernet infrastructure
  • IR and Serial control at the receiver location allows for NetLinx control of the display (channel, volume and power on/off) and a handheld IR remote can be used to access the Electronic Programming Guide and change channels
  • Includes administrative software which allows for selection of which incoming channels are broadcast out to the AMX DTV Receivers at the displays. The DTV-TX01-DVB-T and DTV-TX02-DVB-S Transmitters contain two tuners supporting two streams of content or up to 8 selected channels per tuner. The DTV-TX03-US Transmitter supports one stream or up to 8 selected channels
  • Various models support different international signal transmission types including DVB-T (Terrestrial) or DVB-S (Satellite) for countries outside North America, and ClearQAM plus ATSC for use within North America
  • Video is sent using a multicast method which uses less network bandwidth versus other methods
  • No additional encoding is required with an AMX Television Distribution System, reducing latency and delivering digital TV video faster than most
  • Incorporates and supports NetLinx via a Duet module which allows all system activity to be controlled by an AMX NetLinx controller. This makes it possible to completely control, schedule, or monitor the entire system including centralized powering off and on of all displays to save energy
  • The AMX Television Distribution System is compatible with Resource Management Suite®, AMX's innovative meeting room management, scheduling and equipment monitoring software package to facilitate centralized monitoring of remote displays to make sure they are operational
  • Receivers can tune into other encoded video signals at the display


  • One DTV-RX01 Standard Definition Receiver
  • One DTV-RC01 Digital TV Remote Control (Discontinued)
  • One IR-03 External IR Receiver Module



  • 1 3/16" x 8 9/16" x 3 11/16" (3.1cm x 21.7cm x 9.4cm)
  • Can be mounted to the display device using standard VESA brackets

1.60 lbs (725 g)

PoE (Power Over Ethernet) - as a PoE-powered device, the DTV Receiver must be used either with a PoE-enabled Network Switch, or with a PoE injector


  • Operating Temperature: 35°F to 95°F (5°C to 35°C)
  • Operating Humidity: Max. relative humidity - 85% (non-condensing)


  • CE
  • FCC part 15 Class A

Factory Reset Button (recessed): Press the recessed Factory Reset button and the Reset button (on the rear panel) at the same time to revert the Receiver to factory default IP address mode (DHCP).


  • CONSOLE: RJ12 connector provides local command line interface (via RS232 only). The RS01 RS-232 Serial Transmit Cable (FG-RS01) is to be used on this port.
  • IR Rx: 3.5mm stereo input port, for connection of an IR receiver to allow setup of the DTV-RX01-SD, and for channel selection and control of local monitor volume and power. The IR03 External IR Receiver module (FG-IR03) can be connected to this port.
  • IR Tx: 3.5mm stereo output port allows one IR-controlled device (such as a local monitor) to be controlled via an optional wired IR emitter.The IR01 IR Emitter Module (FG-IR01) can be connected to this port.
  • Reset Button: Press the Reset button to reboot the Receiver.Press the Reset button and the recessed Factory Reset button (on the front panel) at the same time to revert the Receiver to factory default IP address mode (DHCP).
  • Status LEDs: Three LEDs indicate the status of the Receiver:
    • Power (red): Lights to indicate that the Receiver is receiving power (via PoE), and is functional.
    • Streaming (yellow): Flashes to indicate that the Receiver is receiving or sending data from or to the master.
    • Lock (green): Lights to indicate that the Receiver is locked to a transport stream, and should be playing video/audio (if valid channel is selected).
  • AUDIO: RCA connectors provide audio output
  • VIDEO: RCA connectors provide video output
  • NETWORK: Standard RJ45 connector connects the Receiver to the network and provides PoE power to the unit (requires PoE-enabled network switcher, or PoE injector).

Note: Specifications are subject to change. The most current and complete specifications for this product can always be found at AV for an IT World.

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