HDMI Over Cat5 Receiver to 300'

$100.00
Part Number:
HDTVHDVE100RECEIVER
Availability:
Usually ships 2 to 4 weeks
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Extra HDMI Over Cat5 Receiver for our HDMI Splitter System
2:
Receives HDMI video & audio upwards of 300 feet over 1-CAT5e/6 cable
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Includes ONLY the Receiver and needs a Transmitter
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Comes with 1 - AC adapter
This HDMI Over CAT5 Receiver is a simple, low cost RECEIVE unit tested to deliver 1080p at 300 feet over standard CAT5/6 cables.

It is the HDMI Receiver to be used with our HDMI to CAT5 Distribution to 300 Feet & Many TVs.

Our HDMI Over Cat5 Receiver is a tool for extending your HDMI signal over long distances to the above systems Ethernet switch. Instead of using expensive HDMI cables, a CAT5e/6 cable can be utilized to perform advanced functions like transferring Deep Color (12 bits/color) high definition 1080p video and digital audio with a bandwidth up to 225MHz. The Receiver equalizes and recovers incoming TMDS data before re-transmitting it in optimal quality regardless of the incoming signal quality.

The HDMI Over CAT5 Receiver converts a CAT5e/6 to HDMI via standard TCP/IP and receives the signal from the Ethernet switch (not supplied). The great advantage of converting HDMI to TCP/IP is that you can now send HDMI over your entire network freeing you of the typical limitations found in send/receive point-to-point systems. The HDMI Over CAT5 delivers unparalleled performance in PRO-AV projection networks, digital signage systems and educational streaming applications. Now your network is your HDMI network!

HDMI Over CAT5 Receiver Features:

  • Input HDMI resolution: 480i@60Hz; 480p@60Hz; 576i@50Hz; 576p@50Hz; 720p@50/60Hz; 1080i@50/60Hz; 1080p@50/60Hz;
  • Output HDMI resolution: 480p@60Hz; 576p@50Hz; 720p@50/60Hz; 1080p@50/60Hz
  • Supported Video Color Formats: 24 Bit/Deep color; 30 Bit/Deep color; 36 Bit Deep Color
  • Supported audio format: DTS-HD/Dolby-true HD/LPCM7.1/DTS/Dolby-AC3/DSD
  • Supports HDMI 1.3, HDCP 1.1 and DVI1.1 compliantcy.
  • Supports Deep Color up to 12 bits/color.
  • Uses one CAT5E/6 cable for data/DDC transmission.
  • Equalizes and recovers the incoming TMDS data before re-transmitting it in optimal quality regardless of the incoming signal quality.
  • When receiving a signal in 1080p resolution the CAT6 operating distance is 100 meters.
  • Supported Resolution: 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, 1920 x 1200
  • Bandwidth: 1.65Gbps
  • Transmission Range: CAT5e/6 UTP 24AWG @ 1080p at ~300 feet
  • Supported HDMI cable length: HDMI cable length from source (e.g. DVD) to Receiver : 6 feet max with 28 AWG HDMI cable
  • Both UTP (Unshielded Twisted Pair) & STP (Shielded Twisted Pair) cables can be used with UTP recommended

Why not buy this HDMI over CAT5 Receiver today?

The Receiver has a static IP address and can pair with multiple receivers (up to 253). Multiple transmitters and multiple receivers can be paired on the same network. The extender uses M-JPEG technology to process image compressing.

HDMI Over CAT5 Receiver Specs:

  • Frequency Bandwidth 2.25Gbps (single link)
  • HDMI Receiver Input/ Output Ports 1x HDMI Female port/1 × CAT6
  • Power Supply DC 5V~12V
  • ESD Protection Human Body Model: ± 8kV (air-gap discharge) ± 4kV (contact discharge)
  • Dimensions (mm) 65(W) X 100 (D) X 25 (H)
  • Operating Temperature 0˚C ~ 40˚C / 32˚F ~ 104˚F
  • Storage Temperature -20˚C ~ 60˚C / -4˚F ~ 140˚F
  • Relative Humidity 20~90% RH (non-condensing)

HDMI over CAT5 Receiver Contents:

  • 1 - Receiver - 4" × 2-3/4" × 1"
  • 1 - 5V DC Power Supply adapter (US)
  • 1 - Operation Manual

Why not buy this HDMI over CAT5 Receiver today?

Q: What are the IP addresses of the transmitter and receiver?
A:
Here are the IP addresses for the HDMI distribution set(s)...
  • 192.168.168.55 - Transmitter
  • 192.168.168.56 - Receiver
Q: Sometimes we see a message on the screen "Searching for TX", what is that?
A:
That usually happens when the source is turned off or in a standby mode with the HDMI connector not outputting any signal. The (TX) transmitter is looking for a hot HDMI signal on its input.

Q: Does this HDMI over 1 - CAT5 cable support 3D or 4K?
A:
No, please see our 4K HDMI to CAT5 Extenders.

Q: Does the remote IR work with a HDMI matrix switch or HDMI splitter?
A:
These HDMI extenders will send both HDMI video and audio from a matrix or splitter, etc but the remote IR is designed to be used with only one source, like a cable box, to one widescreen. There would be too many IR cables to attach on the sources IR window. See our HDMI switchers and splitters that have it integrated.

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