HDMI over IP Power Over Ethernet Receiver with PoE Support.
The HDMI over IP Power over Ethernet POE Receiver allows you to simultaneously send out an HDMI 1.3 Signal (up to 1080p) to one or more HDMI video projectors or LCD Panels and return an IR Control Signal to the source using CAT5/6/7 cable over a standard Ethernet infrastructure.
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POE is "Power Over Ethernet" and is a totally different technology that is used to supply voltage over the CAT5/6 cable to Ethernet-connected devices, such as cameras.
This unit is a Receiver only and requires a transmitter(s)!
It can be used to distribute HD digital content from multiple sources to up to 200 remote displays on a LAN by cascading Ethernet switches up to 3 levels, allowing the farthest display to be located up to 1,000' away from the 1080p source device while sustaining excellent picture & sound quality.
This (Power Over Ethernet) Receiver is a Class 2 PoE device and it draws 6 watts and is designed to work with all PoE switches on the market. It has the exact same specifications as the standard Receiver except for weight/dimensions (new devices is 6.25"x4.5"x1", 1.25 lbs).
Each device is installed using 1 piece of UTP or STP cable. AV signals are transmitted digitally over the CAT5/6/7 cable without any signal loss. The integrated Scaler function allows different input and output resolutions up to 2048x2048 (different output displays can be at different resolutions). The Return IR Control function is best suited for a Point-To-Point application, and is of limited value in a Point-To-Many environment. For installations in a Many-To-Many environment it is necessary to use a third party home automation solution to provide distributed remote control functionality.
This is not an HDMI Balun, but an HDMI over IP system. This means you can create your own network and the receiver will find the transmitter automatically. It may even be used over smaller existing house networks.
We highly recommend this HDMI over IP receiver be used with "Solid" CAT5e or CAT6 Cables.
NOTE: Support for multiple transmitters requires a Managed network switch with VLAN/IGMP support. Standard LAN switches can only support 1 transmitter. A Power over Ethernet switch is required to provide power to the PoE Receiver.
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