The HDMI extender over 1 coaxial cable with IR control is the right way to send your HDMI signal over long distances. Instead of using expensive HDMI cables, this device lets you use your existing coaxial cables/sockets while also performing the same functions like transferring Deep Color (12 bits/color) video, all with a bandwidth up to 225MHz. And if that weren’t enough, you can use your existing remote to control your device through an IR blaster.
It can extend 1080P signal to 100m/328ft to the max for this extender.
● Easy installation with Coaxial cable
●Compliant with HDMI 1.3, HDCP 1.1 standards.
●Supports digital video formats in Deep Color Mode at up to 36 bits (12bits/color) and 48KHz LPCM Digital audio.
●Equalizes and recovers incoming TMDS data before re-transmitting it in high quality, regardless of the incoming signal quality.
●Super IR control system, IR transport channel can be forward or backward.
●Support: 100m/328ft Coaxial Cable
●HDMI Transmitter ports 1 x HDMI,1x IR Tx,
●HDMI Receiver ports 1 x HDMI,1x IR Rx,
●Power Supply 1x 5V1A DC
●ESD Protection Human body model ±8kV (air-gap discharge) ,
●±4kV (contact discharge)
●Dimension 80mm x 41mm x 25 mm
●Operating Temperature 0°C ~ 40°C / 32°F ~ 104°F
●Storage Temperature -20°C ~ 60°C / -4°F ~ 140°F
●Relative Humidity 20 ~ 90% RH (Non-condensing)
How to make it work:
1. Connect the signal source such as Blu-Ray Player, Play Station 3, audio/video receiver,
cable or satellite receivers equipped with HDMI output interfaces with a short high-speed
HDMI cable to the HDMI Transmitter input. HDMI cable length should not exceed 16 ft.
2. Connect the HDMI Transmitter output BNC ports using single RG6 coaxial cables to
included Receiver. It is strongly recommended that factory terminated cable assemblies be
used and their length shall not exceed 328 ft respectively.
3. Connect the HDMI output from the Receiver to high-definition display devices such as
HD-LCD, HD-DLP and HD projectors with HDMI input interfaces. Use high-speed HDMI
cables that are recommended for the distances that are required for each connection. HDMI
cable length should not exceed 16 ft.
4. The source can be controlled from the display. This is accomplished by using an optional
IR Receiver pigtail pointing away from the display, which can be connected to the receiver
portion of the extender.
5. The IR Transmitter pigtail is then connected to the Transmitter of the extender and pointed
at the source.