The MuxLab HDMI over IP Decoder with PoE connects with a separately-sold encoder and extends an HDMI signal for up to 328 ft over a CAT5e/6 twisted pair cable, in resolutions up to 1080p.
You can run this decoder directly to an encoder, or you can incorporate an optional LAN switch and connect up to 200 decoders to one or up to 16 encoders. The maximum number of decoders is limited to 200 because of bandwidth limitations. A 4-position dip switch is available on both the decoder and optional encoders for setting device IDs and connecting the units together. If you use a LAN switch with PoE, you won't need to use a power supply with any of your decoder/encoder units.
A control software called HDMI over IP is available for free download on the MuxLab website for controlling multipoint configurations. A 3.5mm jack is available for optional IR control.
Supports 1080p HDMI signal from 328 ft over a CAT5e/6 twisted pair cable
Works in multipoint configurations of up to 16 encoders and 200 decoders
No power supply is required if you incorporate optional LAN switch with PoE
4-position dip switch for device ID addressing
3.5mm jack for optional IR control
Includes free-download control software
225 MHz bandwidth
1 frame latency; 33ms latency at 30 fps
60 Mbps bit rate
In the Box
MuxLab HDMI over IP Decoder with PoE
Power Supply (North American)
2-Year Limited Warranty
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HDMI 1.3a, Ethernet, IGMP
1 frame; 33 ms latency at 30 fps
Point to Point: 100BaseT, Multipoint: 1000BaseT
Point-to-point, point-to-multipoint, multipoint-to-multipoint (for multipoint-to-multipoint the gigabit Ethernet switch must support the IGMP communications protocol)
1x RJ45S for CAT5e/6 unshielded or shielded twisted pair via 10/100BaseT
1x 3.5 mm jack for IR emitter/sensor
4-digit/position DIP switch for device ID addressing
Based on a maximum length of 6.6 ft (2 m) of HDMI cable per end:
CAT5e/6: 328 ft (100 m) up to 1080p (Gigabit Ethernet required for 1080p)
When installed in an electrically noisy environment, an STP cable must be used. Also, cross-connection reduces the effective distance depending on the grade of twisted cable used.
RJ45 Pin Configuration
Reverse polarity sensitive; use EIA/TIA 568A or 586B straight-through wiring: