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VGA and Audio Extender on Cat.5e (30 m)

REF: VG012

Specifications

  • Transmitter and receiver of compact size and easy to install.
  • It works with UTP, FTP and STP cables from Cat.5, 5e and 6 with RJ45 connectors at the ends.
  • Transmission distance of 30 m maximum.
  • It does not require any kind of special configuration. Connect and operate.
  • Compatible with the mamost operating systems. It does not require the installation of software or drivers.

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103.32

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Specifications

  • Transmitter and receiver of compact size and easy to install.
  • It works with UTP, FTP and STP cables from Cat.5, 5e and 6 with RJ45 connectors at the ends.
  • Transmission distance of 30 m maximum.
  • It does not require any kind of special configuration. Connect and operate.
  • Compatible with the mamost operating systems. It does not require the installation of software or drivers.

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Extender of audio stereo and VGA video through cable UTP, STP or FTP of category 5, 5e or 6 (Cat.5, Cat.5e or Cat.6). These are two compact modules that are interconnected by the network cable of a maximum length of 30 m (although distances of up to 50 m can also be reached with quality cable and without interference). It also functions as a duplicator of the audio and video signal as both signals are displayedand they hear in the local module and in the remote one simultaneously.

Specifications
  • Transmitter and receiver of compact size and easy to install.
  • It works with UTP, FTP and STP cables from Cat.5, 5e and 6 with RJ45 connectors at the ends.
  • Transmission distance of 30 m maximum.
  • It does not require any kind of special configuration. Connect and operate.
  • Compatible with the mamost operating systems. It does not require the installation of software or drivers.
  • Supports VGA resolutions up to 1280 x 1024.
  • Video bandwidth: 150 MHz.
  • Horizontal frequency: 30 - 100 KHz.
  • Vertical frequency: 43 - 120 Hz.
  • Status indicator LEDs.
  • DDC support
  • The transmitter has a 120 cm cable terminated in male HD15 (VGA), 3.5 mm minijack (audior stereo) and USB A male (power supply of the transmitter module). This cable is connected to the local computer that emits the audio and video signal to be transmitted.
  • The transmitter has in the module itself female HD15 connectors (VGA for the local monitor), 3.5 mm female minijack (local audio), DC-female jack (optional power if there is no USB) and female RJ45 (for interconnection) with the remote module).
  • The receptor has in its own module female HD15 connectors (VGA for the remote monitor), 3.5 mm female mini-jack (remote audio), female DC-jack (power supply) and female RJ45 (for interconnection with the local module).
  • 5 VDC power supply is supplied to connect to the remote module.
  • Gross Weight: 450 g
  • Product size (width x depth x height): 9.0 x 7.5 x 2.7 cm
  • Number of packages: 1
  • Packages size: 22.5 x 13.8 x 8.0 cm
  • Master-pack: 20

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Technical terms

  • VGA
  • MicroUSB
  • Hz
  • USB
  • Categories network cables
  • VDC
  • Reversible USB Type-C
  • Minijack 3.5
  • Mini USB
  • Types of network cables (UTP, FTP, STP)
  • USB 3.0
  • RJ45
  • Jack connector
  • DC jack connector
VGA
The term VGA (Video Graphics Array or Video Graphics Adapter) is a graphics display system for PCs developed by IBM. VGA has become one of the standards for the PC image. In text mode, VGA provides a resolution of 720 by 400 pixels. In graphics mode, the resolution is either 640 by 480 (with 16 colors) or 320 by 200 (with 256 colors). The color palette is 262,144.Unlike earlier graphic standards for PCs - MDA, CGA, EGA and VGA - uses analog signals rather than digital signals. Since its introduction in 1987, several other standards have been developed that offer greater resolution and more colors (SVGA, XGA ...), but VGA remains the denominator used. All personal computers manufactured today still have support VGA, and possibly some other more advanced connection.

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VGA and Audio Extender on Cat.5e (30 m)

REF: VG012