HDTV Supplys WolfPack 4K HDMI Over Fiber Extender integrates high-definition video, audio, bidirectional RS232, bidirectional IR and 100BASE-T Ethernet transmission functions all in one fiber cable. It can extend DVI signal up to 2000m by using a one core single mode fiber and can extend an HDMI signal (HDCP) up to a distance of 300 meters. The highest resolution can be 4K (3840x2160 @ 30Hz) or 4K (3840x2160 @ 60Hz - YUV 4: 2: 0) and is compatible with DDC2B and HDCP protocols. The audio channel of this 4K HDMI Over Fiber Extender is an independent transmission channel.
Our 4K HDMI Over Fiber Extender has two operating modes: (1) a DVI signal transmission mode without the DDC transmission function and (2) is the HDMI signal transmission with real-time HDCP transmission. The 4K HDMI Over Fiber Extender transmits all signals through one single optic fiber cable. The transmission distance is 300M with OM3 multi-mode fiber cable and with a single- mode fiber cable the distance can be 2000M when HDCP is not needed. When you need HDCP the transmission distance is 300M with both OM3 multi-mode cables and single-mode fiber cables.
4K HDMI Over Fiber Extender Features:
Supports up to 4Kx2K at 30Hz resolutions
Transmission distance is 300M with OM3 MMF or SMF single- model fiber cable and supports DDC transmissions
Transmission distance is 2000M with single-mode fiber cable if DDC is not needed
EDID learning and storage mode by reading the EDID content from the SINK side and stored in the EEPROM of transmitter
EDID/ HDCP real-time transmission mode, through the DDC transmission channel read and transfer EDID content in real-time.
Using HDMI (with adapters) with this 4K HDMI Over Fiber Extender it will support HDCP 1.4.
Our Fiber Optic extenders can support 1 strand LC connector both of the single mode or multi-mode Fiber Optic cable. Only the distance will be different, normally with single mode, it can transmit to 2/10km and with multi mode it can reach 500m or 2km. Call us for your unique application.
4K HDMI Over Fiber Extender Transmission Supported Distances:
Supports one core multi-model OM3 fiber cable or one core
single-model fiber cable transmission with an ST connector
Up to 2km (6560ft) with single-model fiber cable but does not support a DDC transmission.
Up to 300m (1640ft) with multi-model fiber cable but does not support a DDC transmission
Up to 300m (1640ft) with multi-model OM3 or single-model fiber cable and supports HDCP
All the above transmissions also support Audio, Video, Bi-directional IR and RS232
Why not buy this 4K HDMI Over Fiber Extender today?
Copper cables have impedance and inductance characteristics that create data loss beyond 15 feet and CATx cable can't go much over 300 feet. If you want all the pixels to arrive at your display, without the tiling and noise artifacts that now occur routinely when viewing HD content, you need to step up to the higher capacity and zero data loss of fiber optic cables.
Traveling at the speed of light, uncompressed digital audio and uncompressed video at the highest resolution are delivered to your digital display without data errors or signal loss of any kind. Our WolfPack 4K HDMI Over Fiber Extender is the state of the art in digital signal transfer for HDTV systems worldwide.
Under the DVI transmission mode, there are three different EDID management ways:
1) EDID learning and storage mode, read EDID content from the SINK side and stored in the
EEPROM of transmitter;
2) EDID factory default mode, the EEPROM default EDID content;
3) EDID/ HDCP real-time transmission mode, through the DDC transmission channel read and transfer EDID content in real-time. Under HDMI mode, FIBER-MAVC-2000TR supports HDCP
function and is compatible with HDMI1.4.
HDCP (high bandwidth digital content protection) is a standard encoded into the video signal to prevent it from being pirated. If a source device is HDCP coded and is connected to a DVI display or projector without the proper HDCP decoding mechanism, the picture is relegated to snow or in some cases, very low (480P) resolutions of the images. In order to see HDTV with HDCP compliance, both the source, the display and any device in between must be equipped with DVI and HDMI connections that can enable HDCP decoding.