HDMI HDBaseT2.0 Extender, 70m over Cat6
Rated 3.5/5 based on 11 customer reviews
  • Free Delivery
    From $100
  • 99% Customers
    Feedbacks
  • 14 Days
    Returns
  • Payment
    Secure System
  • Australian
    Manufacturing

HDMI HDBaseT2.0 Extender, 70m over Cat6

Available: In Stock
Wishlist
$425.00
Image

This HDBaseT single network cable extender transmits HDMI signal up to 70m over cat6 fluently and clearly. It is lossless in signal and supports 3D, 24bits deep colour, 4kx2k, CEC, HDCP and UHD 4KX2K@60Hz. This product supports PoE. It's a perfect solution for AV transmission in applications of HD conference systems, HD multimedia education systems, HD digital advertising, signage, etc.

Features:

Apply HDBaseT extend technology
Supports bi-directional IR pass back
Supports bi-directional RS232 control
Apply HDBaseT transmission technology
Supports HDMI2.0 HDCP2.2 ,CEC, 24 deep color
Supports LPCM DTS-HD and Dolby True HD audio
Supports resolutions up to 4Kx2K@60Hz ultra HD
Transmits 4Kx2K@60Hz signal over cat6 up to 70 metres
Can be powered by network cable. It only needs to connect the 12V power on the receiver unit, both transmitter and receiver start work

This HDBaseT single network cable extender transmits HDMI signal up to 70m over cat6 fluently and clearly. It is lossless in signal and supports 3D, 24bits deep colour, 4kx2k, CEC, HDCP and UHD 4KX2K@60Hz. This product supports PoE. It's a perfect solution for AV transmission in applications of HD conference systems, HD multimedia education systems, HD digital advertising, signage, etc.

Features:

Apply HDBaseT extend technology
Supports bi-directional IR pass back
Supports bi-directional RS232 control
Apply HDBaseT transmission technology
Supports HDMI2.0 HDCP2.2 ,CEC, 24 deep color
Supports LPCM DTS-HD and Dolby True HD audio
Supports resolutions up to 4Kx2K@60Hz ultra HD
Transmits 4Kx2K@60Hz signal over cat6 up to 70 metres
Can be powered by network cable. It only needs to connect the 12V power on the receiver unit, both transmitter and receiver start work