Tripp Lite Display Port to HDMI Cat5/Cat6 Extender/Transmitter/Receiver TAA

Mfg.Part: B150-1A1-HDMI | CDW Part: 3802887 | UNSPSC: 43201559
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  • Converts DisplayPort Signal to HDMI and extends it up to 150ft
  • DisplayPort to HDMI over Cat5 / DisplayPort to HDMI over Cat6 / DisplayPort to HDMI adapter / DP to HDMI / DP to HDMI Transmitter / DP to HDMI Receiver
  • Extends 1080i signal up to 150ft & 1080p signal up to 125ft
  • Supports 24-bit True Color (8 bits per channel) and stereo audio
  • Included USB Micro-B cables supply power to both units
  • Works with all operating systems and HDCP 1.3 compliant
  • Plug and play convenience
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Tripp Lite Display Port to HDMI Cat5/Cat6 Extender/Transmitter/Receiver TAA
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Main Features
  • Converts DisplayPort Signal to HDMI and extends it up to 150ft
  • DisplayPort to HDMI over Cat5 / DisplayPort to HDMI over Cat6 / DisplayPort to HDMI adapter / DP to HDMI / DP to HDMI Transmitter / DP to HDMI Receiver
  • Extends 1080i signal up to 150ft & 1080p signal up to 125ft
  • Supports 24-bit True Color (8 bits per channel) and stereo audio
  • Included USB Micro-B cables supply power to both units
  • Works with all operating systems and HDCP 1.3 compliant
  • Plug and play convenience
The B150-1A1-HDMI DisplayPort to HDMI over Cat5/Cat6 Active Extender Kit includes a transmitter unit and a receiver unit that work in tandem to convert a DisplayPort audio/video signal to HDMI and then extend it to a projector, monitor or television up to 150 feet away. 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 convention cables allow. One Cat5e/6 cable connects the transmitter and receiver(for best results, use 24 AWG solid-wire Cat5e/6 cable, such as Tripp Lite's N202-Series). A built-in DisplayPort cable connects the transmitter to the source, while a built-in HDMI cable connects the receiver to the display. Included USB Micro-B cables connect the transmitter to a USB port on the DisplayPort computer or a USB wall charger(such as Tripp Lite's U280-002-W12), and connect the receiver to a USB port on the HDMI display or a USB wall charger. No external power supplies are needed. The B150-1A1-HDMI can extend a high-definition 1080i(60 Hz) signal up to 150 feet and a 1080p(60 Hz) signal up to 125 feet. In addition to crystal-clear video, including 24-bit True Color(8 bits per channel), the kit delivers full, rich stereo. Green and orange LEDs on both units indicate when they are receiving power from the USB Micro-B cables and sharing a signal. Easy to set up with no software or drivers to install. Works with all operating systems.

Tripp Lite Display Port to HDMI Cat5/Cat6 Extender/Transmitter/Receiver TAA is rated3.00 out of5 by2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good transmission quality, reliable once set up correctly.I have used a Tripp Lite VGA splitter/extender over CAT5 for six years. The device was starting to give out so I look at options. Going to DisplayPort made sense in terms of where display is going while it was more practical than the HDMI options in terms of price and requirements. With a new graphics card (with two DisplayPort jacks) and monitors (replacing fairly old ones) I upgraded my setup with the DisplayPort to HDMI extender. My setup involves mirroring the family desktop monitor from the basement office to the kitchen. At first I had serious problems getting the second monitor not consistently showing (hence four stars instead of five). Hours of troubleshooting I concluded the problem was with following directions: powering the transmitter from a USB port on my desktop tower was causing some sort of conflict with the transmitter or the graphics card. Don't know exactly but once I plugged the USB cable into a adapter brick everything has worked flawlessly ever since. going to a pure digital signal from VGA signal is very nice. It's also nice that Windows can accurately scale the resolution of the screens, whereas it never quite got the VGA correctly and I had to choose an aspect ratio that was not consistent with the specs for my old monitors.
Date published: 2016-11-02T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from User Error or Product MalfunctionI've purchased 4 of these adapters for work to display user and product specs for different systems on an upstairs monitor. The product works great until something causes power to shut off in the building suddenly. Once this happens, nothing I have tried can get these things working again.
Date published: 2019-03-18T00:00:00-04:00