Easily and conveniently extend your HD signal up to 196ft using this HDMI extender over Cat6 network cable. This extender uses a single Category 6 cable to transmit your digital signal, allowing you to surpass the standard 50ft limitations of ordinary HDMI cables. It supports resolutions up to 1080p and is 3D ready for capable devices. The sleek aluminum alloy shell is both durable and attractive.
- Supports Resolutions up to 1080p@50/60Hz
- Supports IR Remote Control 20~60Khz
- Power Consumption: Less Than 2W Each Unit
- Dimensions: 71.6 x 66.6 x 24.8mm (LxWxH)
- HDCP Compliant
- IEEE-568B Standard
- FCC, CE Listed
- RoHS Compliant
- (1) HDMI to LAN Sender TX
- (1) LAN to HDMI Receiver RX
- (2) DC 5V 1A Power Adapters
- (1) IR Blaster Extension Cable
- (1) IR Receiver Extension Cable
- (1) User Manual
Will this work through a Powerline adapter?
No, we do not suggest passing the signal through Powerline or other Ethernet-through-power extenders.
Will this work through a patch panel?
No, we do not suggest passing the signal through a patch panel.
Will this work through a keystone jack?
No, we do not suggest passing the signal through keystone jacks.
Can these be daisy-chained?
We do not suggest daisy-chaining HDMI extenders. Other options such as HDBaseT or HDMI over fiber may be more suitable to your purposes.
Is this HDCP compliant?
Yes, this is HDCP 1.3 compliant.
Does this support 3D and ARC?
This unit supports 3D but not ARC.
Do you need to plug this in for power?
Yes, both the transmitter and receiver need to be connected to an outlet or surge protector for power.
Does this come with the sender and receiver?
Yes, this kit comes with the sender and receiver. It does not come with a Cat6 cable or HDMI cables. You may need to purchase those separately.
Can this be used with an HDMI switch or splitter?
Yes, this product can be used with HDMI switches or splitters.
Can you use Cat5E instead?
Due to the amount of information passed through the single cable, Cat6 is necessary to guarantee data transmission.
Is this HDMI 2.0?
No, this is not HDMI 2.0.
Does this support 4K?
No, the maximum resolution supported by this product is 1080p.
Does this transfer audio and video?
Yes, HDMI is an audio and video cable.
Can I use this with Cat6 cables I made myself?
The tolerance for Cat6 in this application is fairly low, so we strongly suggest purchasing machine-terminated cables for this extender.