ESYNIC HDMI Extender 1080P 60m with IR HDMI Repeater Over Single Cat 6 Cat7 Ethernet Cables – HDMI Transmitter Receiver Kit

All eSynic Product Comes with 18 Month Warranty

Overview:
ESYNiC HDMI Extender transmits HDMI 1080P AV signal to at least 60M with cat6 or higher level cables. It needs only 1 network cat6/cat6a/cat7 cable, which save much your money and space.

Features:
60m HDMI Extender with IR Signal
It Converts HDMI Signal to Standard Network Signal and Transferred by CAT6/7Cable up to 60 Meters

Lossless Transmit
It converts HDMI signal to standard network signal and transferred by CAT5e/6 cable up to 60 meters, realized pixel by pixel identical display by compression technology

IR Infrared Synchronization Technology
Allow source device to recognize remote commands, and you can control he source device at a secondary location

Auto Adjustment to Match Cable Length
Adjust the specifications automatically for different cable length 1-60m to achieve the best display

Easy Plug and Play
No driver installation required, convenient for your work and live

Wide Rang of Applications
Compatible with all kinds of device, such as Home Theatre, Outdoor Display, Video Surveillance, Video conference, Metro TV, Multimedia Teaching

Specifications:
HDMI signal: Compatible HDCP
Resolution supported: 480i@60Hz, 480p@60Hz, 576i@50Hz, 576p@50Hz, 720p@50/60Hz, 1080i@50/60Hz,1080p@50/60Hz
Network cable: Low resistance and consumption oxygen-free copper core (CAT6、CAT6A、CAT7)
Transmission length: CAT6:60m at 1080P
IR remote control: Support 20~60KHz wide frequency IR remote control
Power supply: DC5V/ 1A (2pcs)
Overall power consumption: TX: 2W; RX< 2W
Dimension: 71.6(W)x 66.6(D) x 24.8(H)mm*2pcs
Weight: 170g

Package Included:
1 x ESYNiC HDMI to RJ45 sender TX
1 x ESYNiC RJ45 to HDMI receiver RX
1 x IR blaster extension cable
1 x IR receiver extension cable
2 x DC5V1A
1 x User Manual

Product Features

  • 【HDMI Extenders up to 200ft/60m】Extend any audio/video HDMI connection up to 200 feet using TCP/IP over a single Cat6/7cable or an unmanaged, dedicated network switch. Applications include digital signage, houses of worship, classrooms, boardrooms, conference room projectors, gaming, video production and more.
  • 【Full HD Solution, Transmit HDMI HDCP HDTV HD Solution up to 1920x1080P】Support for 1080p@50/60Hz, 1080i@50/60Hz, 720p@50/60Hz, 576p@50Hz, 576i@50Hz, 480p@60Hz, 480i@60Hz, Give You a New Vision.
  • 【IR Signal Transmission】Control a DVD player or other HDMI video source from a remote location with the included IR cables that forward commands over a dedicated DDC channel for convenience and security.
  • 【Easy Plug and Play】Compatible with All Kinds of Device, such as HD Box, Laptop, PC, DVD, PS4, Home Theatre, Outdoor Display, Video Surveillance, Video conference, Metro TV, Multimedia Teaching.
  • 【Warranty】All eSynic Product Come With 18-Month-Warranty and Lifetime Customer Support.

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2 thoughts on “ESYNIC HDMI Extender 1080P 60m with IR HDMI Repeater Over Single Cat 6 Cat7 Ethernet Cables – HDMI Transmitter Receiver Kit

  1. At first I thought this was the best thing ever I was really excited when I hooked this up. Perfect solution to a problem I have with multiple TV’s in different rooms where an HDMI cable won’t reach. I first hooked it up with an existing CAT6 cable that I had already. There was a lot of flicker and the screen going in and out. I replaced the cable with a brand new Cat6 cable and that worked flawlessly. I also have some sound issues when I first hook it up (the speakers pop multiple times before the image stabilizes) but I’m not sure if…

  2. I got the link lights to stay solid between the two devices and got the connected TV to display the “Bluray” logo every time before the screen goes blank. I think the problem is related to DMCA where when anything copyrightable comes on, it stops displaying. On the other hand, I had it connected to the HDMI output of my camcorder displaying live feed going to the same TV yet it wasn’t displaying that either. I tried using a Samsung Computer Monitor, which has an HDMI input, and it had…

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