MuxLab HDMI over IP Encoder with PoE

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MuxLab HDMI over IP Encoder with PoE
Key Features
  • Transmits 1080p HDMI 328ft over CAT5e/6
  • Supports Multipoint LAN Switch with PoE
  • Supports Up to 200 Decoders
  • 4-Position Dip Switch
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The MuxLab HDMI over IP Encoder with PoE converts an HDMI signal to Ethernet and extends it for up to 328 ft over a CAT5e/6 twisted pair cable, in resolutions up to 1080p. An IP Decoder with PoE, sold separately, is required on the receiving end.
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MuxLab HDMI over IP Encoder Overview

The MuxLab HDMI over IP Encoder with PoE converts an HDMI signal to Ethernet and extends it for up to 328 ft over a CAT5e/6 twisted pair cable, in resolutions up to 1080p. An IP Decoder with PoE, sold separately, is required on the receiving end.

You can run the encoder directly to a decoder, or you can incorporate an optional LAN switch and output to up to 200 decoders. You can also interconnect up to 16 encoders with 200 decoders. The maximum number of decoders is limited to 200 because of bandwidth limitations. A 4-position dip switch is available on both the encoder and optional decoders 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 encoder/decoder 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.

Key Features

  • Transmits 1080p HDMI signal up to 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
  • Supports HDCP
UPC: 627699907528

MuxLab HDMI over IP Encoder Specs

EnvironmentHDMI 1.3a, Ethernet, IGMP
Bandwidth225 MHz
CompressionMJPEG
Bit Rate60 Mbps
Latency1 frame; 33 ms latency at 30 fps
Network RequirementsPoint to Point: 100BaseT, Multipoint: 1000BaseT
IR Frequency38 KHz
Configuration OptionsPoint-to-point, point-to-multipoint, multipoint-to-multipoint (for multipoint-to-multipoint the gigabit Ethernet switch must support the IGMP communications protocol)
Connectors1x HDMI
1x RJ45S for CAT5e/6 unshielded or shielded twisted pair via 10/100BaseT
1x 3.5 mm jack for IR emitter/sensor
DIP Switch4-digit/position DIP switch for device ID addressing
Transmission DistanceBased 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.
HDCPYes
RJ45 Pin ConfigurationReverse polarity sensitive; use EIA/TIA 568A or 586B straight-through wiring:

Pin 1 (R) Pin 2 (T)
Pin 3 (R) Pin 6 (T)
Pin 4 (R) Pin 5 (T)
Pin 7 (R) Pin 8 (T)
Required Cabling1x CAT5e/6 or better twisted pair
1x HDMI
Power Supply110-240 V / 5 VDC power supply with North American blades included
Power Consumption2.9 W
Operating Temperature32 to 104°C (0 to 40°C)
Storage Temperature-4 to 185°C (-20 to 85°C)
HumidityUp to 95%, non-condensing
EnclosureMetal
ComplianceRegulatory: FCC, CE, RoHS; Flammability: 94V0
Dimensions3.7 x 3.7 x 1" (9.4 x 9.4 x 2.5 cm)
Weight1.1 lb (0.5 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.09 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.2 x 6.05 x 2.2"
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Can the transmitter be used without the receiver if you want an HDMI camera to be sent to a computer as a IP camera?
Asked by: William David
The MuxLab HDMI over IP Encoder requires a receiver in order to work, it will not connect directly into a computer.
Answered by: Dana G.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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When using a LAN switch with POE power, will it supply both a poe powered camera and this adapter? Or would that require two Cat5e cables (one to power the camera and one to transmit video and power the adaptor?
Asked by: William David
Please email the set up you need to build to <a href= http://[email protected] target= _blank >[email protected]</a>We will need to research if this will work for your application.
Answered by: Dana G.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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