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 windows.
- 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 stand.
Why not buy this HDMI Splitter over IP today?
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.