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The Avenview HDM-C6IP-S HDMI Unlimited LAN Transmitter over Single Cat 6 connects to the HDM-C6IP-R receiver (sold separately) to extend an HD video signal with embedded audio up to 328 ft to achieve point-to-point connectivity. Alternatively, the transmitter can also be connected to a Gigabit switch to establish an IP address to send 1080p signals to multiple receivers, each connected to a separate HDMI display. Up to 150 compatible receivers can be connected to a single transmitter using this setup. In addition, multiple transmitters can be connected to a managed Gigabit switch with VLAN/IGMP support to send Full FD video to multiple HDMI displays via connected receivers.
Note: Requires a managed Gigabit switch with VLAN/IGMP support for applications with transmitters. A standard Gigabit switch can only support one transmitter. The managed switch must support port based IEEE 802.1Q VLAN, IGMP and allow duplicate IP addresses across the VLAN domains. Number of transmitters and receivers depends on bandwidth of the switch.
Transmits Full HD 1080p/60Hz video with uncompressed 7.1 ch audio up to 328' to a compatible receiver (sold separately) over a single Cat 6 cable
Silicon Image chipset
Uses MJPEG technology to process image compression on a fixed bandwidth
Connects directly to transmitter or alternatively to a Gigabit switch
HDMI, EDID, and HDCP compliant
Regenerates the HDMI signal
Multiple receivers can be connected to a single transmitter via a Gigabit switch
Multiple transmitters can be connected to a managed Gigabit switch with VLAN/IGMP to transmit 1080p signals to multiple receivers
Multiple managed switches can be cascaded up to 3 levels, allowing the farthest display to be located up to 984' away from the source device
Each VLAN acts as an independent HDMI over IP channel on the network