This Link Bridge Kit includes a 5Play HDBaseT HDMI/VGA Scaling Transmitter and an HDBaseT HDMI Receiver. The transmitter supports resolutions up to 1920 x 1200 @ 60Hz, sending HDMI/VGA, IR, RS-232, Ethernet, and PoH (Power over HDBT) signals a maximum distance of 328' to the HDBaseT receiver over a single Cat5e/6 cable.
Link Bridge HDMI/VGA HDBaseT Transmitter and Scaler
Link Bridge's HDMI/VGA HDBaseT Transmitter and Scaler can be easily integrated into an existing HDBaseT or HDMI setup. Inputs on this unit include HDMI and VGA video along with analog stereo audio. Bidirectional connections for LAN and RS232 machine/IR control are also offered. Incoming VGA signals can be scaled in order to fit the HD video stream using the OSD menu system. Since the signal is uncompressed, there is no quality difference from the input to the output. Other image controls offered include contrast, brightness, hue,saturation, sharpness, RGB level, and scan size. Resolutions up to 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA) are supported. This is a 5Play device, which means it can carry HDMI, LAN, IR, RS232, and up to 100W of power over 328' using a single HDBaseT twisted-pair interface.
Link Bridge 5-Play HDBaseT Receiver with US Power Supply & IR Transmitter Cable
Link Bridge's 5-Play HDBaseT Receiver makes it simple to integrate unidirectional video and audio as well as bidirectional control, LAN, and power over the same HDBaseT interface. Using this receiver with a compatible 5-Play HDBaseT transmitter allows you to send all five aspects of the 5-Play designation over 328' using a single twisted pair Cat5e/6 cable without any quality loss, as there is no conversion or processing of the signals. Since power is also transmitted, either the transmitter or the receiver needs to be connected to mains power; the other will be powered over the HDBaseT connection.
A simple setup would involve sending an HDMI A/V signal from the transmitter near the A/V equipment to the connected receiver near a projector or monitor. Using the control connections and IR capabilities, control of the A/V equipment can still be maintained. An Ethernet signal can be passed using the available LAN connection for accessing critical content, or for a computer network connection.