- Using a Cat5e/6 cable to extend the HD signal with audio up to
- Support IR extender function and allows IR remote control of
source devices from remote viewing location by sending IR commands
received in the vicinity of the display back to the source devicesack
to the Source devices
- Support HDMI 1.3, HDCP1.1 & 1.2 protocol compliant and
following TCP/IP standard
- Support the point-to-point mode, one point-to-many mode and
cascade connection mode through an unmanaged, dedicated Gigabit
Ethernet network switch.
- It is widely used(such as DVD, PS3, STB) and support full HD up
The E-SDS HDMI Extender Over Ethernet is based on TCP/IP standard, so
you can use IP switch box. It transmits your HD display with the high
resolutions up to 395 feet (120 meters) away from your HDMI or DVI-D
source by using 1 CAT5e/6 cable. With the advantage of TCP/IP standard
you can extend your HD video to multiple displays by using an Ethernet
Audio: Sample rate: 32kHz, 44.1kHz and 48kHz IR remote control: 38KHz;
HDMI: HDMI 1.3
HDCP: HDCP 1.2, 1.1
Power adapter: Input: 100V – 240V (50 – 60Hz)
Operating and Storage Temperature/Humidity: 0- 70 degrees/10% –
80%RH(no condensation) & -10 – 80 degrees/ 5% -90% RH(no
CONNECTION AND OPERATION
Easy To Use
1)Connect the HDMI source (such as DVD, PS3, STB) to the HDMI IN of
2)Connect the IR sender to the Sender IR OUT Port, and be Directed at
HDMI video source?Â¡Â¥s IR receiver.
3)Connect the HDMI out of Receiver to HDTV display.
4)Connect the IR receiver to the Receiver IR IN Port.
5)Use 1 Cat5e/6 cable up to 120m to connect the Sender and Receiver.
6)Plug 2 pieces of 5V power supply into the Sender and Receiver.
7)Power on the HDTV display and HDMI source.
3)2 x 5V DC Power
4)1 x IR transmitter and 1 x IR receiver
5) User’s Manual
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