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Kramer PT-120 Computer Graphics Video Receiver with VGA/UXGA HD-15 Connector - Sends Signal Over Twisted-Pair Network Cable

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The Comprehensive / Kramer PT-120 Receiver is a component of an array of products intended to extend the reach of computer video cables, dramatically increasing the distance between source and monitor. This allows a user to cleanly extend their studio, video, and security applications beyond the short cabling that restricts the spacing of devices.

Using a compatible transmitter, the PT-120 can accept a video signal that has been converted by the transmitter into a feed that is sent down a twisted-pair (ethernet) cable. Any CAT5 network cable can be used to link Tx and Rx at a distance up to 328' (100 m). One added convenience is the Power Connect system, which allows both Tx and Rx to receive power from a single source; this feature requires both units to have the Power Connect system.

The PT-120 works in conjunction with the following transmitters:

PT-110
TP-104
TP-105
TP-112HD
VP-12N
VP-12NHD
VP-200XLT
VP-23N
VP-23RC
VP-300T
VP-5T
VP-6A
TP-114
TP-210

System Range up to 328' (100 m). Greater distances are possible, depending on signal resolution and cable.
Power Connect System - Only one unit in an array, the Tx or Rx, needs to be connected to a power source. All the system units must have the Power Connect system in order to use this feature
Capable of handling HDTV resolution
Level (gain) & EQ (peaking) controls, to fine tune signal
Horizontal and vertical polarity selection
Up to UXGA resolution
Uses readily-available UTP (unshielded twisted pair) cable such as CAT5
Part of the PicoTOOLS family of extremely compact, high-quality and cost-effective electronic solutions
Input 1x RJ-45 Twisted-pair network cable jack - female
Output 1x VGA/UXGA standard 15-pin female connector
Output Level 1.5 Vpp max
Bandwidth 150 MHz - full load
S/N Ratio (Video) 69 dB
Power Input 12 VDC - 175 mAh
Dimensions (WxDxH) 2.36 x 2.56 x 1.0" (6.0 x 6.5 x 2.5 cm)
Weight 0.31 lb (0.14 kg)
Kramer PT-120 Computer Graphics Video Receiver with VGA/UXGA HD-15 Connector - Sends Signal Over Twisted-Pair Network Cable
  • 12V DC Power Adapter
  • 7-Year Manufacturer's Warranty
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    5.0

    Worked well and removed interference

    By chrisb

    from Youngsville, NC

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        Comments about Kramer PT-120 Computer Graphics Video Receiver:

        Remove the existing vga cable and improved the quality of signal immediately. Signal was picking up 60 hz from somewhere and running shielded Twisted pair and using these devices improved that immediately.

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