Tripp Lite VGA Audio over Cat5/Cat6 Extender Repeater Transmitter 60Hz TAA

Mfg. Part: B130-111A | CDW Part: 2412625 | UNSPSC: 43201614
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  • B130-111A VGA + Audio over Cat5 Extender / Repeater Kit
  • Video/audio extender
  • external
  • up to 1000 ft
  • TAA
  • for Tripp Lite B130-111 VGA over Cat5 Extender / Repeater Kit
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  • B130-111A VGA + Audio over Cat5 Extender / Repeater Kit
  • Video/audio extender
  • external
  • up to 1000 ft
  • TAA
  • for Tripp Lite B130-111 VGA over Cat5 Extender / Repeater Kit
Tripp Lite’s B130-111A extender/repeater kit comes with both local transmitter and remote/repeater units. By connecting additional receiver(B132-100A or B132-100A-WP-1) or repeater(B132-110A) units, you can locate multiple sets of monitors and speakers at different points in a chain of up to 609.6 m (2,000 ft.) With Tripp Lite’s standard transmitters and receivers, a VGA monitor and speakers can be located up to 304.8 m (1,000-ft.) from the source. By inserting a remote/repeater unit in between, the signal can be regenerated and extended to another set of monitor and speakers up to an additional 304.8 m (1,000-ft.) away. A set of monitor and speakers can be connected to both the remote/repeater and the receiver, allowing the signal to be transmitted to both points in the chain. Up to 4 remote units(3 repeaters and 1 receiver) can be connected together, providing audio/video to up to 4 sets of monitors and speakers. 24Awg, Solid Wire Cat5e/6 cable, such as Tripp Lite's N022-01K-GY(Cat5) and N222-01K-GY(Cat6), is required to achieve maximum distance and resolution. For optimal image quality between 152.4 m (500-ft.) and 304.8 m (1,000-ft.), use Zero-Skew cable, such as Tripp Lite P524-01K.

Equalization and Gain controls are built into the remote/repeater unit for the adjustment of the video image. Mounting hardware is included for both the local and remote units, allowing them to be wall mounted, rackmounted, or pole mounted.

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