ThisDVI to CAT5 converter
allows you to extend the length of your DVI cable up to 50 Meters. This DVI to CAT5 converter
supports HDCP and DDC signal transfers.NOTE:
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The DVI to CAT5 Converter Features:
- PC resolution to 1600x1200 60Hz / 30 meter.
- PC resolution to 1280x1024 60Hz / 50 meter.
- Support for DVI-D.
- Support for DDC & HDCP.
- Uses 2-CAT5-E cables to easily install
- Extend your digital video signal up to 50 meters (164 feet)
- Cat5 UTP cabling enables easy and cost effective in-wall installation
- Ideal for digital signage applications in retail stores, houses of worship, classrooms, and board rooms
- Supports DDC and HDCP
- Supports the following resolutions using Cat5* cabling:
- 30m - 1600x1200 @ 60Hz
- 50m - 1280x1024 @ 60Hz
- 50m - HDTV resolution up to1080i
- Input/output connectors: DVI-D female
- RJ45 connectors join the Base Unit and the Remote
- Power supply: DC 5V 1.2A
The DVI over Cat5 Extender is a robust solution that allows you to extend your DVI signal up to 50 meters (164 feet) over two Cat5 unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cables. This solution is ideal for applications where your DVI monitor needs to be placed further than the average 20 meter DVI cable limitation. Driving a DVI signal over Cat5 allows you to take advantage of your UTP cable infrastructure already installed for a cost-effective and reliable installation.
The DVI over Cat5 solution is ideal for applications when you need to place your computer in remote location. This is common in digital signage applications typical in retail stores, houses of worship, classrooms, and board rooms where you need video presentation in one room but want the computer to be out of sight and in a safe and secure environment. With the TRULink DVI over Cat5 Extender, you can place your display across the room, in another room, or on another floor while your computer remains in a convenient location.*Cat6 cables can be used but not recommended due to the skew of signal pairsDDC is Display Data Channel:
It is a set of connections between the Display and the Graphics adapter that allows the display to share information like it''s maximum resolution, refresh rates and color depth. This is what determines what options are made available in the video control panel of the computer.
HDCP stands for High Definition Content Protection. It's a copy protection protocol used encrypt and protect copywritten materials.
If you are using HDMI or any HDCP compliant device, you must use the extender with HDCP support.