This HDMI Extender Pair (TX & RX) is perfectly suited for connection to projectors and monitors in Churches, Offices, Outdoor advertising, and Factories etc. The units have a range of 100m via a single CAT cable.
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HDMI pass-through: The Transmitter (TX Unit) has both a HDMI input (from HDMI source) and an HDMI Output (to nearby TV, Monitor etc.) so the unit does not require a HDMI Splitter. Units can be 'cascaded' meaning the HDMI output from the first TX unit can be connect to the HDMI Input of the second TX unit and repeated as required.
Receiver unit also have a length adjust screw to obtain the best possible picture quality and a SPDIF (Digital Coaxial Audio) extraction point on both the TX and RX units should audio need to be amplified at the extended location.
Note: this model does NOT incorporate IR source support so the HDMI source device (decoder, DVD player etc.) cannot be controlled via their own remote controls from the extended location.
Units are powered via 5VDC external PSU. This unit supports IP (Internet Protocol) and can be connected as part of a WAN/LAN and supports the option of 'One to Many' via the addition of a router.
The extension is via CAT cable - CAT6 Foiled Twisted Pair (FTP) cable is recommended for best results. CAT cables can fit into your home conduit which houses the existing RF coaxial cable. These cables can be used a 'pull wire' for ease of installation.
With 'IR (Infrared) Source Support' the remote control of any HDMI source such a DSTV decoder will work from the extended location through the extender. This unit is supplied with both a IR-Tx (eye mounted above your HDMI source e.g. decoder) and IR-Rx cable (eye mounts just below your TV).
CAT Cable HDMI Extenders are often use in conjuction with a Splitter, Switch-Splitter or a Matrix.
DIY Kits should include
1) CAT6 FTP cables. (various lengths available)
2) RJ45 connectors and boots,
3) Crimping Tool
4) Cable Tester
5) Short HDMI cable (0.3m). Mirror tape the extender receiver to the back on the extended location TV and use this very short HDMI cable for a neat connection.