- DVI/HDMI over Cat5/6 Switch/Extender Kit Converts HDMI A/V to an IP-based signal that is transmitted through a managed switch to an HDMI display 656 ft. away via Cat5e/6 cable
- Switch kit includes 3 B160-001-HDSI transmitters and one B160-100-HDSI receiver
- Delivers HD picture quality at resolutions up to 1920 x 1080 (1080p) @ 60 Hz
- Local HDMI port lets you monitor images being shown on remote displays
- TAA-Compliant for GSA Schedule Purchases
- 1-year Tripp Lite Warranty
You can create an installation featuring multiple sources and displays by connecting a dedicated managed Ethernet network switch with Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP), such as Tripp Lite's NSS-G16D2. By adding multiple managed switches, you can create a multi-in, multi-out installation with as many as 64 transmitters and 255 receivers. The IGMP-enabled switch will let you manage all connections for centralized control over which sources show on which displays. Note: Unmanaged switch installations are limited to two transmitter units. The number of receivers is limited to the number of ports remaining on the unmanaged switch. This transmitter/receiver extender kit is designed for use with a dedicated network switch. Connecting a switch used with other networking equipment will result in degraded or non-functional performance.
The B160-103-HDSI supports video resolutions up to 1920 x 1080 (1080p) at 60 Hz with 24-bit True Color in a managed switch installation. It extends IR signals that control a DVI or HDMI source to the remote display, as well as RS-232 signals at serial baud rates up to 57600 bps. This allows you to operate the source devices' remote controls (play, rewind, pause, etc.), while standing near the receiver located up to 656 feet away. Adapter cables are included for converting DVI signals to HDMI and vice versa.
The included transmitter and receiver units work right out of the box with no software required. Mounting hardware is included for installing the units on walls, poles or 19-inch racks. Cat6 patch cable (such as Tripp Lite's N202-Series) can be used to connect the transmitters to a receiver or network switch. Connect an additional display to a transmitter's local output with HDMI cable (such as Tripp Lite's P568- or P569-Series) to monitor the image being transmitted to a remote display.
The B160-103-HDSI is compliant with the Federal Trade Agreements Act (TAA), which makes it eligible for GSA (General Services Administration) Schedule and other federal procurement contracts.