At last, an inexpensive way to extend your HDMI! The XTENDEX® HDMI Over Gigabit IP Extender multicasts digital video and audio signals up to 330 feet away over a 1000Base-T Gigabit Network connected with CAT5e/6 cable.
Each Low-Cost HDMI Over Gigabit IP Extender consists of a local unit that connects to an HDMI source, and a remote unit that connects to an HDMI display. The local and remote units can be connected together for a Point-to-Point connection via CATx or a Point-to-Many connection via a network switch. Support for multiple transmitters requires a managed network switch.
Matt Langdon from ACF Technologies, Asheville, North Carolina, purchased the extenders. "We use the ST-IPHD-LC extenders for digital signage. We set up our PC running the information being broadcasted in a server closet and broadcast to multiple TVs within our customer's facilities. The extenders work very well."
This extender has an array of features:
Diagram demonstrating Point-to-Point Connection:
Diagram demonstrating Point-to-Many Connections Using an Unmanaged Network Switch:
Diagram demonstrating Many-to-Many Connections Using a Managed Network Switch:
These left angle Category 6 patch cords are assembled with T568B four pair stranded cable, and are ideal for confined spaces. They consist of a foil shield with drain wire to protect signals from external noise, and a strain relief boot to reduce stress on the cable.
CAT6 is completely backward-compatible with current CAT5e equipment.
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