60M HDMI KVM Extender over Cat6, Zero Latency
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60M HDMI KVM Extender over Cat6, Zero Latency

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This HDMIKVMEXT60 is a solution for transmission and extension uncompressed 1080p@60Hz HDMI signal over a single CAT6 network cable. It includes a transmitter unit (TX) and a receiver unit (RX), working as a pair. Transmission distance is up to 60 metres with zero latency. This KVM Extender can remote control the source device from the receiver side via keyboard and mouse. This product is perfect for AV transmission in applications of HD conference systems, HD video shooting, HD multimedia education systems, HD digital advertising and signage etc.

 

Features

  • Supports point to point connection
  • Uncompressed, zero latency
  • Supports resolutions up to 1080p@60Hz
  • Transmitter supports one HDMI loop-out port
  • Supports KVM function
  • Transmission distance up to 60m, by the use of Cat6 cable
  • Transmitter requires power supply, whereas the receiver is powered by the network cable

This HDMIKVMEXT60 is a solution for transmission and extension uncompressed 1080p@60Hz HDMI signal over a single CAT6 network cable. It includes a transmitter unit (TX) and a receiver unit (RX), working as a pair. Transmission distance is up to 60 metres with zero latency. This KVM Extender can remote control the source device from the receiver side via keyboard and mouse. This product is perfect for AV transmission in applications of HD conference systems, HD video shooting, HD multimedia education systems, HD digital advertising and signage etc.

 

Features

  • Supports point to point connection
  • Uncompressed, zero latency
  • Supports resolutions up to 1080p@60Hz
  • Transmitter supports one HDMI loop-out port
  • Supports KVM function
  • Transmission distance up to 60m, by the use of Cat6 cable
  • Transmitter requires power supply, whereas the receiver is powered by the network cable