HDMI KVM Extender 1080P 60Hz Up to 50m with CAT5e/6
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Use a single UTP cable (CAT5e/6, which should follow EIA/TIA 568B standard) to substitute HDMI cable to extend the longer transmission distance.
Support 1080P 60Hz resolution transmission via UTP cable up to 50 meters.
Support EDID pass-through via LAN, for best compliance with most display devices.
With an IR pass though, the playback device can be remotely controlled at the receiving end via LAN.
Support 8KV ESD protection.
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HDMI KVM Extender with IR pass through, uses single UTP LAN cable CAT5e/6 to substitute HDMI cable to achieve longer transmission distance, The transmission distance extend up to 50 meters for 1920*1080@60Hz. Support EDID pass through, best compliant with different display devices. In the same time, this extender can support infrared control signal pass through.
- 1* Transmitter
- 1* Receiver
- 1* IR Transmitter
- 1* IR Receiver
- 2* DC 5V Power Adapter
- 1* User Manual
- Use single UTP cable (CAT5e/6, should follow EIA/TIA 568B standard) to substitute HDMI cable to extend longer transmission distance.
- Support 1080P 60Hz resolution transmission via UTP cable up to 50 meters.
- Support EDID pass through via LAN, for best compliance with most display devices.
- With IR pass though, the playback device can be remotely controlled at the receiving end via LAN.
- Support TMDS equalization and enhancement.
- By transmitting keyboard and mouse data via LAN, it is easy to control PC remotely.
- Support 8KV ESD protection.
- Please use 5V power supply for product installation. Using the wrong power supply can cause damage to the product and even to your equipment.
- Cables (including power and charging cables) should be placed and routed to avoid creating electric, tripping or safety hazards.
- If product has an exposed circuit board, do not touch the product under power.
More InfoLink to HKE0511A10 FAQ
I use this pair of adapters for extending VGA coming out of a DisplayLink adapter plugged into a RPi 4. Use it to mirror a surveillance display from the basement to the first floor. So far so good. I can connect a mouse to the distant unit and the mouse moved on the screen without lagging. The local unit communicates with RPi 4 as if it is a mouse and a keyboard. I don't need an audio extension, so I haven't tried the audio jack.
The adapter does not pass the EDID from the distant unit. This is fine as the DisplayLink driver provides one way to write a backup EDID file on Linux system. Would buy other solutions from TESmart if needed.