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The 670RN HDMI over Fiber Optic Receiver from Kramer is a high-performance fiber optic receiver for HDMI signals. The unit receives an optical signal from the 670TN transmitter and converts the light pulses back to an HDMI signal.
Maximum data rate up to 10.2 Gb/s
Supports 4K x 2K resolution
HDMI Support: Deep color, x.v.Color, lip sync, HDMI uncompressed audio channels, dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD, and CEC
Signal Transmission: Four TMDS video channels, one low-speed channel for passing HDCP, EDID and a Hot Plug Detect (HPD) signal over one multimode fiber
Laser Standards Compliance: IEC 60825-1, FDA 21CFR1040; Laser Class 1: Safety of laser products
System Range: 5570' (1700 m) for 1080 p, 1970' (600 m) for 4K
Cable: Multimode fiber optic OM3 cable with SC connectors
Compact DigiTOOLS: Three units can be rack mounted side-by-side in a 1U rack space with the optional RK-3T rack adapter
Suitable for home theaters, cinemas, stores, video production and broadcast facilities, and retail stores
In the Box
Kramer 670RN HDMI over Fiber Optic Receiver
Bracket Installation Kit
Limited 7-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
SC optical connector
Up to 10.2 Gb/s bandwidth per graphic channel
HDMI, using fiber optic communication links and DDC2B
5,577' (1,700 m) for 1080 p / 60 Hz
Must not exceed 10 dB from transmitter to receiver
Fiber Optic Connector
SC connectors for multimode (OM3) fiber cable (not included)
Video, source, acceptor fiber, and power
5V DC, 400mAh
4.70 x 3.10 x 1.08" (11.94 x 7.87 x 2.74 cm)
0.7 lb (0.3 kg)
Kramer 670RN HDMI over Fiber Optic Receiver Review