Description: MICRO-HDMI TO HDMI OVER CAT5/CAT6 EXTD
Tripp Lite Micro-HDMI to HDMI over Cat5/Cat6 Video Extender Transmitter Receiver – Video/audio extender – over CAT 5/6 – up to 125 ft – TAA Compliant
The B126-1A1-U-MCRO Micro-HDMI to HDMI over Cat5/Cat6 Active Extender Kit includes a transmitter unit and a receiver unit that work in tandem to extend an HDMI audio/video signal from a Micro-HDMI source to an HDMI projector, monitor or television. The kit is ideal for digital signs, trade shows, presentations, classrooms, churches, retail settings and other applications where the video source is located farther than conventional cables allow. The transmitter’s built-in Micro-HDMI cable connects to the audio/video source, and the receiver’s built-in HDMI cable connects to the display. Cat5e/6 cable connects the two units (for best results, use 24 AWG solid-wire Cat5e/6 cable, such as Tripp Lite’s N202-Series). Each unit is powered by an included USB Micro-B to USB-A cable, which must be connected between the unit and a USB port on the source, display or USB wall charger. You can also connect an optional HDMI monitor to the transmitter’s local port with a user-supplied HDMI cable, such as Tripp Lite’s P568-Series. The B126-1A1-U-MCRO can extend a 1080p (@ 60 Hz) signal up to 125 feet with full, rich stereo. Built-in RJ45 LEDs indicate the units are receiving power and a signal from the source. Built-in equalization control lets you fine-tune the image quality at each remote display. Easy to set up with no software or drivers to install. Works with all operating systems and HDMI sources.
Key Selling Points
Extends a 1080p (@ 60 Hz) signal up to 125 ft.
Ideal for digital signs, trade shows, presentations, classrooms, churches and retail settings
Transmitter and receiver connect with one Cat5e/6 cable (for best results, use 24 AWG solid-wire Cat5e/6 cable, such as Tripp Lite’s N202-Series)
Supports stereo audio and HDCP
Built-in equalization control lets you adjust the image on the remote display
Plug-and-play engineering—no software, drivers or external power supply
Powered via included USB cables
Units connect quickly to source and display with built-in cables
Optional local HDMI monitor connects to transmitter with user-supplied HDMI cable
LEDs indicate when units are receiving power and a signal from the source
Works with all operating systems and HDMI sources
Compliant with the Federal Trade Agreements Act (TAA) for GSA Schedule purchases