Vanco HDMIEX50 HDMI Extender over Single Cat5e/Cat6 Cable
Extending an HDMI signal over long distances doesn't get much easier than this. The HDMIEX50 from Vanco allows you to transmit an HD audio/video signal up to 164 feet away using a single Cat5e or Cat6 Ethernet cable. It supports IR pass-through using the included IR cables, while HDMI Loop-out allows the transmitter to be split and cascaded onto multiple displays. Convenient EQ settings allow adjustment based on cable distance, and EDID settings enable management through the HDMI Loop-out or output. This unit supports full HD video up to 1080p@60Hz and is HDCP compliant.
j5create Wireless Display HDMI Extender, JVAW53
j5create Wireless Display HDMI Extender
The JVAW53 HDMI™ over Wireless Extender includes a transmitter and receiver kit. It can send a high definition video and audio signal to an HDMI™ enabled TV set, projector or LCD PC monitor display device with receiver distance up to 60 meters and nearly zero latency.
Users can extend other HDMI™ sources, including DVD players, Blu-ray™ players, PCs, notebooks and gaming machines (ex. Sony® PS4®, Nintendo Switch™). The JVAW53 is fully HDCP compliant via HDMI™, supporting resolutions up to 1080p and stereo digital audio. The extender also supports the transfer of IR remote control signals to the receiver side.Application
Basic product functions and application scenarios: converts the passage of the HDMI™ or IR signal into a wireless signal, converting it into a flexible means of transmission and reception. It addresses the issue of the TV being too far away from the host by eliminating the need for wires, allowing the TV to be moved outdoors for long distance use.
During meetings, projectors or large touch screens mounted high above can also be used to create a wireless conference room and/or a wireless media environment.
Broadcast Wirelessly. No Wi-Fi® needed.
Simply connect an HDMI™-enabled source and transmit audio and video wirelessly
Optimized Viewing Experience
Watch your favorite videos in HD anywhere you like without costly cable installation and clutter.
Ultra-Low Latency with a Broad Wireless Range
Extend HDMI™ audio/video signals up to 200ft. (60m) with nearly zero delays (less than 0.06s/60ms).
Zigen HDBaseT Receiver over Single Cat5e/6/7 up to 70m for HX-88 and HX-1616 HDBaseT Modular Matrixes
Using HDBaseT technology, the ZIG-HVX-70R from ZIGEN extends an HDMI signal up to 70 meters using a single Ethernet cable. It also transmits bidirectional control signals for ultimate convenience. It can be used as a stand alone solution or combined with matrix switch setups to extend the input or output cable distance.
This HDMI extender supports resolutions up to 1080p and 4Kx2K Ultra HD. It supports simultaneous transmission of RS-232 and IR signals from a control system, enabling remote control of source devices or displays.
BZBGEAR USB 2.0 Extender Over a Single Cat.X Cable up to 330ft
The BG-USB-LR100 USB 2.0 Extender over Single Cat.X allows USB devices to be extended at distances up to 100 meters (328 feet). This unit consists of two devices - transmitter and receiver.
The transmitter is located at the computer while the receiver connects to peripheral devices such as printers, cameras, storage devices, and more. The receiver features a 2-port USB hub to allow connection for multiple devices. When you need a reliable, long-range solution for USB 2.0 connectivity look no further!
PureLink DVI over CATx Extension System
The PureLink DCE II Tx/Rx DVI over CATx Extension System enables lossless DVI video transmission up to 220 feet using a single category cable. The active receiver uses the source device's power, so no external power source is required. This kit includes both the transmitter and receiver for a complete solution. Just add cables!
HDMI 4K Extender over Single Cat6 w/ IR Extension - 393ft / 120m
This HDMI Extender includes a transmitter and a receiver unit that allows 4K HDMI signal to be transmitted up to 393Ft (120m), long away via a single network cable in a point-to-point configuration or a one-to-multiple connections configuration by using a sender unit to a Ethernet switch than to multiple receiver units. It supports pass-back with a wide IR frequency.
BZBGEAR 4K 18Gbps HDMI Extender with Bi-directional IR over a Single Cat5e/6 up to 165ft
BG-EXH-50C provides 4K@60Hz (4:4:4) with HDR support extending your HDMI signal streaming at 18Gbps utilizing HDMI 2.0 ports along with HDCP 2.2. The Signal transmission can reach up to 165ft/50 meters via CAT5e/6 without any loss or degradation of video or audio quality.
The extender feature single direction IR and separation which considers source control and one HDMI circle yield. The unit also offers a convenient HDMI Loop out for a local display, HDMI Splitter or Switcher.
With so many valuable features, this HDMI Extender is a perfect choice for a variety of applications requiring signal extensions up to 165ft of distance as well the capability of powering either the Transmitter or Receiver for power over CAT5e/6.
Techlogix Networx TL-TP50-HDIR HDMI & IR over Shielded Twisted Pair Cable Extender -- 50m
Techlogix Shielded Twisted Pair Cable Extender
HDMI cables are great for transmitting audio and video signals short distances, but larger buildings and larger rooms often need electronics inline to ensure signal performance. Simply pulling a long HDMI cable or connecting multiple HDMI cables together can cause signal drop out, interference, pixelization and a host of other signal and performance problems.
The TL-TP70-HDIR replaces a traditional HDMI cable with active electronics designed specifically for sending video signals up to 230 feet. Plus, built-in IR control signal embedding allow you to also transmit bi-directional IR commands with the HDMI stream.
In actual practice, this means you can use the TL-TP70-HDIR to send audio and video signals from your source device (often a switcher, cable box, or DVD player) to your destination device (often a display or projector) and control the source device remotely...all using a single twisted pair cable. In other words, you can install your source device in a remote closet or cabinet and control it with the same remote control used for your display. Now that’s a clean installation!