HDMI Super Extender (By CAT-5E/6 cable)
Sometimes you need to send your HDMI signals over long distances. Perhaps up to a projector in the ceiling, or maybe to another room. You’ve been able to do this using CAT5 cables for a few years now, but what makes these units different is their price.
Not long ago a transmitter / receiver pair to send HDMI over CAT5 could cost up to $1000.00 or more.
Box contains both units; sender and receiver + power pack. (HDMI cables not included)
Our HDMI Extender by CAT5E/6 is the perfect choice for providing an inexpensive way to transmit HDMI signals. There is no fiddling around with settings, just plug and play. This little device can transmit up to a massive 60 meters at 1080p or 120 meters at 1080i, 720p, and can support signal rates of up to 2.25Gbits from 1080p displays.
Each port also supports HDMI or DVI inputs.
An inexpensive way of running LONG HDMI runs via CAT5E/6.
N.B. Always connect all HDMI cables with power off on the source and display for correct HDMI handshaking to take place.
N.B. Both cat5/6 cable runs must be exactly the same length for correct HDMI timing. Installers often have problems correctly making the connections on cat5/6, an inexpensive cat5/6 cable tester is highly recommended to guarantee success. If these connections are not perfect, the result will be video or audio dropouts. For an easier way we suggest to use pre-terminated cable like below.
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– One pair as a full functional module, no need of setting.
– Use CAT-5E/6 cable to substitute HDMI cable to achieve long distance transmission.
– Follow the standard of IEEE-568B.
– Transmission distance reaches up to 60 meters for 1080p and 120 meters for 1080i.
– Auto-adjustment of feedback, equalization and amplify, the user does not need to care about the length of the cable.
– Compact size.
– Signaling rates up to 2.25Gbits in support of 1080P display.
– Each port supports HDMI or DVI inputs.
– HDCP compliant.
Please note that whenever any device, such as a switcher/splitter/matrix/converter or AV receiver is inserted between the source and destination devices, we strongly recommend the use of minimum 2 meter HDMI cables, even for short runs. HDMI is equalized at 1.8M lengths, shorter than this can sometimes create handshake issues like audio/video dropouts. In this case before giving up if you have a 2M or longer HDMI cable laying round we suggest you try it before giving up.