Smart Auto Switch
Automatic switching operation with manual switching button. Intelligently switch between input devices automatically when they are powered on and off.
Optional Power Support
Micro-USB power port for greater compatibility.
Wall Mountable Design
Designed with mounting holes allowing you to organize the cables the way you like.
Fosmon’s 3×1 HDMI Switch with 1.8ft Braided HDMI Cable allows you to switch between 3 HDMI inputs and a single display via the built-in HDMI cable. Automatic input switching is supported when powering on/off different HDMI devices.
Powered from Connected Devices
No power adapter is necessary for this switch to function, as long as the connected devices supply sufficient power through the HDMI cable. For devices that do not output enough power, a Micro-USB port can be connected to a power source for additional power.
4K Support and HDMI Features
Up to 4K resolutions at 30fps, 36-bit Deep Color, 3D, and uncompressed/compressed audio formats are some of the newer HDMI features supported on this switch.
Metallic Alloy Plug
The metallic alloy plug on the 1.8ft cable resists corrosion and reduces tarnish for maximum durability.
Braided Outer Cable
Inner cables are protected from damage with the braided outer cable.
Limited Lifetime Warranty
This Fosmon product includes a limited lifetime warranty. Please visit our Fosmon website for more details.
Features and Specifications
•3 HDMI inputs / 1 HDMI output
•Micro-USB port for optional, additional power
•Mounting drill holes with M4 screw size
•Supports 12-bit Deep color per channel; maximum of 36-bits across all channels
•Supports 3D devices
•Supports up to 4K resolutions
•Supports HDCP pass-through
•Supports a total TMDS throughput of 8.91Gbps max
•Supports uncompressed audio such as LPCM
•Supports compressed audio such as DTS Digital, Dolby Digital, DTS-HS and Dolby TrueHD
Devices that output a continuous voltage when turned off may affect the automatic input switching. Powering on a device gives it output priority over the other two devices. Output priority is given to the next device on the switch if the current input device is turned off.