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Extender KVM keyboard mouse audio video HDMI over ethernet network LAN Tx and Rx
REF: HN005
Specifications
  • Includes Tx transmitter module and receiver module, for the transmission of KVM (keyboard, monitor and mouse), with HDMI audio/video support.
  • HDbitT transport protocol.
  • Maximum supported resolution of up to 1920 x 1080.
  • HDMI resolutions: 480i 60Hz, 480p 60 Hz, 576i 50 Hz, 576p 50 Hz, 720p 50/60 Hz, 1080i 50/60 Hz and 1080p 50/60 Hz.
  • DInstance in point-to-point direct connection mode: 80m (Cat.5), 100m (Cat.5e) and 120m (Cat.6).
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Specifications
  • Includes Tx transmitter module and receiver module, for the transmission of KVM (keyboard, monitor and mouse), with HDMI audio/video support.
  • HDbitT transport protocol.
  • Maximum supported resolution of up to 1920 x 1080.
  • HDMI resolutions: 480i 60Hz, 480p 60 Hz, 576i 50 Hz, 576p 50 Hz, 720p 50/60 Hz, 1080i 50/60 Hz and 1080p 50/60 Hz.
  • DInstance in point-to-point direct connection mode: 80m (Cat.5), 100m (Cat.5e) and 120m (Cat.6).

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KVM extender with HDMI video through local network (LAN) or point-to-point cable connection. Kit that consists of transmitter (Tx) and receiver (Rx) that are interconnected with each other via Cat.5 UTP cable or through a LAN Ethernet network. It can work in conjunction with an ethernet network, sharing data with other users, hubs, routers, etc. It is possible to work with the following operations:
  1. Connection punto point. Tx and Rx are connected by UTP cable. The permitted cable distances are 80m (Cat.5), 100m (Cat.5e) and 120m (Cat.6).
  2. Point-to-multipoint connection over Ethernet . This allows the use of an existing ethernet network to connect a Tx to one or more Rx. The LAN switches act as multipliers and the HDMI signal is encoded in ethernet data packets to be transmitted asor data from an ethernet network. The HDMI emitter signal is displayed simultaneously on all HDMI screens connected to the receivers. The use of wireless ethernet transmissions is possible but the quality of the HDMI signal depends on the quality of the transmission.
  3. Point to multipoint connection via Ethernet and remote . This allows the use of an ethernet network and an existing router to connect a Txto one or several Rx. The LAN switches act as multipliers and the HDMI signal is encoded in ethernet data packets to be transmitted as data from an ethernet network. The HDMI emitter signal is displayed simultaneously on all HDMI screens connected to the receivers. The Rx can be in different locations connected by routers. The quality of the transmission depends on the bandwidth of theExions of data.
Specifications
  • Includes Tx transmitter module and receiver module, for the transmission of KVM (keyboard, monitor and mouse), with HDMI audio/video support.
  • HDbitT transport protocol.
  • Maximum supported resolution of up to 1920 x 1080.
  • HDMI resolutions: 480i 60Hz, 480p 60 Hz, 576i 50 Hz, 576p 50 Hz, 720p 50/60 Hz, 1080i 50/60 Hz and 1080p 50/60 Hz.
  • DInstance in point-to-point direct connection mode: 80m (Cat.5), 100m (Cat.5e) and 120m (Cat.6).
  • Tx module connectors: 1 x HDMI female (connection to the HDMI transmitter), 1 x RJ45 female (interconnection of modules), and 1 x USB A-female (connected to the computer for the keyboard and mouse).
  • Rx module connectors: 1 x HDMI female (connection to HDMI receiver), 1 x RJ45 female (interconnection of modules), and 2 x USB A-female (connection tokeyboard and mouse).
  • Consumption: 3W each module.
  • It includes two power supplies from 5 VDC to 1 A, and a USB cable for connection to a computer.
  • Module size: 89 x 117 x 26 mm.
  • Gross Weight: 820 g
  • Product size (width x depth x height): 8.9 x 11.7 x 2.6 cm
  • Number of packages: 1
  • Packages size: 24.5 x 17.7 x 8.0 cm
  • Master-pack: 10

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Technical terms

  • HDMI
  • USB
  • MicroUSB
  • Mini USB
  • Types of network cables (UTP, FTP, STP)
  • Hz
  • USB 3.0
  • 1080p
  • KVM
  • Reversible USB Type-C
  • VDC
  • RJ45
  • Categories network cables
HDMI
The English acronym "HDMi" refers to "High Definition Multimedia Interface", that is, it corresponds to the initials of high definition multimedia interface.

The HDMi interface allows the transmission of video and audio between different devices, supporting the video resolutions 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, 1440p, 1600p.

Different versions of HDMi

HDMi 1.0
- December 2002.
- Maximum transfer of 4.9 Gbit / s.
- Support up to 165 Mpixels / s in video mode (1080p 60Hz or UXGA) and 8 channels / 192 kHz / 24-bit in audio mode.

HDMi 1.2
- August 2005.
- Added support for One Bit Audio, used in Super Audio CD, up to 8 channels.
- HDMi Type A availability for PC connectors.

HDMi 1.3
- June 2006
- Bandwidth at 340 MHz.
- 10.2 Gbit / s data rate.
- Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD,

HDMi 1.4
- Send high definition video and audio,
- 3D data and video.
- FullHD to XHD (eXtended High Definition) up to 4096 × 2160 pixels (24 frames per second) or 3840 × 2160 to (30 frames per second).
- Audio return channel that will require fewer cables to have a surround sound system connected to the television.
- Ethernet connection built into the cable itself with speeds of up to 100 Mbit / s.

HDMi 2.0
- September of 2013
- Bandwidth up to 18 Gbit / s
- 4K @ 50/60 (2160p) video
- Up to 32 audio channels for a multi-dimensional immersive experience
- Up to 1536kHz audio frequency for maximum sound fidelity
- Simultaneous delivery of 2 streaming video for multiple users on the same screen
- Audio streaming up to 4 users
- Support Theater Angle 21: 9 radio
- Dynamic synchronization of video and audio in streaming
- CEC command extensions to control multiple devices from a single point.


Types of HDMi

Type A (in image 1): It is the most standard connector used in almost all devices.
Type B (in image 2): It is a very little used connector.
Type C (in image 3): It is a connector widely used in tablets, smartphones and other devices.
Type D (in image 4): It is a connector used in smartphones.
Type E (in image 5): It is a connector used in vehicle connectivity.

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