Manhattan - 207461 - Extends HDMI connection up to 50 m/164 ft between an HDMI source and an HD monitor or projector, using one ethernet cable - 2-port transmitter allows HDMI signals to be sent over Ethernet and be split to local HDMI console simultaneously - Manufacturer Limited Three Year Warranty.
Easily extend a high-definition signal via single Ethernet cable. The Manhattan HDMI over Ethernet Extender Kit is the ideal solution for connecting virtually any HDMI source (Playstation, Xbox, Blu-ray player, satellite receiver, digital recorder, etc.) to an HD display or projector up to 50 m (164 ft.) via a single Cat6 Ethernet cable. These powered HDMI Extenders provide reliable 1080p resolution video and multichannel audio transmission over longer distances than is possible with HDMI cables alone. Plus, the transmitter module has an additional HDMI output port, allowing a second monitor to be placed in a control closet or run to second display. For additional quality control, the Manhattan HDMI over Ethernet Extender Kit includes an EDID control switch to minimize display issues, a built-in equalizer dip switch for long-run screen flickering corrections and a wideband IR blaster and receiver for remote control of the source device.
Flexible Solution for Many A/V Applications
Ideal for trade shows, classrooms, home theater, conference rooms, business office and retail applications, the Manhattan HDMI over Ethernet Extender Kit boosts and extends a 1080p signal up to 50 m (164 ft.) for convenient display or projector placement. Cat6 Ethernet cabling — UTP, SSTP or SFTP (cables not included) — is less expensive and easier to install than HDMI cabling and in-line signal repeaters, and, when used with our HDMI over Ethernet Extender, delivers a clear, sharp and vivid picture over longer distances.
Quality Construction and Easy Installation
HDCP compliant with HDMI, HDCP and DVI 1.0, this HDMI over Ethernet Extender Kit is tested to guarantee performance and reliability. It installs quickly without running software or installing additional hardware. It comes with a power adapter, which powers the receiver or transmitter over Ethernet for the unit using the power adapter, freeing up a power plug for more important applications.