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HDMI Extender

CCL Code: CAB7115
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Manufacturer Code: HD-EX-333
| Manufacturer: Generic

Key Features:

HDMI Extender over Dual CAT5e/6 up to 50M (1080P) or 100M (480P)

Delivery Options (from £2.99)

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Thursday 27th January via Royal Mail

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Overview

HD-EX333 The HDMI Extender by CAT-5e/6 uses two pieces of CAT-5e/6 cables to ex- tend the HDTV (Up to 50 meters for 1080p using Cat6) It not only breaks the limi- tation of the HDMI cable transmission length, but also CAT-5e/6 has more flexibility and convenience in cable construction.

Features

  • CAT-5e/6 cable can substitute HDMI cable to achieve long distance transmission
  • IEEE-568B
  • Transmission distance can be up to 50 meters for 1080p using CAT-6 Cable
  • Auto-adjustment of feedback, equalization and amplify
  • HDCP compliant
  • Devices with DVI output are not supported due to the lack of signal control
Specifications

Key Features

Cable Length 0.3 m
PC Connection Type HDMI to HDMI

Warranty

Warranty 1 Year

Item Details

Manufacturer Generic
Manufacturer Code HD-EX-333
EAN 5055781214271
Condition New
Warranty

Warranty Information

Warranty 1 Year

Manufacturer Information

Manufacturer Generic
Manufacturer Code HD-EX-333
Questions and Answers

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Q: Does this device deliver audio as well
Answer by CCL on 30th July 2013
Yes, this will still carry HDMI audio. -Danlevan
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Q: Can this device run over Ethernet in particular over power line adaptore plugged into mains sockets?
Answer by CCL on 11th September 2012
While the cable is the same, the technology used in a Powerline adapter is not compatible with a HDMI signal, so wouldn't work unfortunately. -Danlevan
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