With HDTV Supply's HDMI Splitter over IP you can use a Gigabit Ethernet Switch (sold separately) and connect your HDMI source to the IP switch and them purchase up to 72 receivers to show your HDMI source.
Our HDMI Splitter over IP is simple to connect, connect your source device to the send unit. Plug in your CAT5 / CAT6 Ethernet cable to the port on the send unit and the other end to the Gigabit Ethernet Switch (sold separately) and into a managed LAN. From there you can connect as many receivers (TVs you have) to the IP switch. That's all there is to it.
HDMI Splitter over IP Features:
Kit includes 1 - send unit and 1 - receive unit and 2-ACV adapters
Compliant HDCP 1.2.
Uses off-the-shelf gigabit IP switches for extension and distribution (sold separately).
Extends 1080p HDMI signals up to 120m over a single UTP Cat5e/6 cable.
Flexible and scalable HDMI 1080p Video Wall Broadcasting with Gigabit Ethernet LAN.
Multicasting and broadcasting architecture, adding more displays without adding LAN bandwidth loading .
Support Point-to-Point, Point-to-Many and Many-to-Many network configuration.
With IR Control function as it allows you control back the source at the end of destination.
Maximum 3 layers of Ethernet switches could be passed through.
Connecting the HDMI Splitter over IP:
Connect the HDMI signal sources (Such as DVD, Satellite Receiver or PC etc) to HDMI Transmitter.
Connect CAT5e or 6 cables to both the Ethernet of the transmitter and Ethernet port on you Gigabit Ethernet Switch (sold separately).
(The cables must follow the standard of EIA-TIA 568B).
Connect the HDMI output (Such as HD-LCD, HD-DLP) into the Receiver.
Connect the power supply into Power port.
Connect the IR TX receiving cables into IR TX port on the back panel and affix the emitter onto the source IR
Connect IR-RX cable into IR-RX port on the receiver and affix the IR receiver in direct line of site with the
handheld remote control.It is recommended to affix the receiver on the display frame /bezel or the display
Q: Will the Remote IR work with all remote controls?
A: The IR repeater works well with 38 KHz single band remotes but may not work with multi-band remotes used on a few satellite boxes. Look for 2 emitters on the nose of the remote. If you are pre-wiring make sure to run a 3rd cat5 cable so you can add an IR system that can handle multi-band remotes. If you have multi-band remotes you might want to upgrade your remotes to UHF, which goes through walls. This will bypass the IR system completely on the extender or change to a universal remote control to handle all your devices.
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