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Tripp Lite B160-101-DPHDSI DisplayPort to DVI/HDMI over Cat5/6 Extender Kit, 1080p 60 Hz, Serial and IR Control, 328 ft. (100 m), TAA

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          DisplayPort to DVI/HDMI over Cat5/6 Extender Kit, 1080p 60 Hz, Serial and IR Control, 328 ft. (100 m), TAA

          Tripp Lite B160-101-DPHDSI DisplayPort to DVI/HDMI over Cat5/6 Extender Kit, 1080p 60 Hz, Serial and IR Control, 328 ft. (100 m), TAA. Type: AV transmitter & receiver, Maximum resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixels, Cable types supported: Cat5,Cat6. Connectivity technology: Wired. AC input voltage: 100 - 240 V, AC input frequency: 50/60 Hz, Operating voltage: 5 V. Width: 100 mm, Depth: 128 mm, Height: 29.7 mm. Package width: 147.3 mm, Package depth: 340.4 mm, Package height: 76.2 mm

          DP to DVI/HDMI Kit for Digital Signage or Extending Video in Schools or Trade Show Booths
          This transmitter/receiver kit extends and distributes DisplayPort audio/video, RS-232 serial and IR (infrared) remote signals from a DisplayPort source, such as a laptop or media server, to a DVI or HDMI display. This point-to-point installation allows you to place a monitor, projector or television up to 328.08-ft. (100 m) away, which is more than 200-ft. (60.96 m) farther than a traditional Cat5e/6 solution. Plus, by adding a chain of unmanaged network switches, such as Tripp Lite's NG5, you can continue extending the distance between source and display up to 328 feet per switch.

          Scale Up to a Multi-In, Multi-Out Installation to Take You Beyond 328.08-ft. (100 m)
          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.

          Transmits Crystal-Clear 1080p Video with Stereo Audio
          The B160-101-DPHDSI 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 DisplayPort source to a remote display, as well as RS-232 signals at serial baud rates up to 57600 Bps. This allows you to operate the source device's remote control (play, rewind, pause, etc.), while standing near the receiver located up to 328.08-ft. (100 m) away. An adapter cable is included for converting the receiver's HDMI signal for a DVI display.

          Plug-and-Play Operation for Quick Setup and Immediate Use
          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 transmitter to the receiver or a network switch. Connect an additional display to the 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.

          TAA-Compliant for GSA Schedule Purchases
          The B160-101-DPHDSI is compliant with the Federal Trade Agreements Act (TAA), which makes it eligible for GSA (General Services Administration) Schedule and other federal procurement contracts.


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