StarTech.com Component Wall Plate Video Extender over Cat 5 with Digital Au

Mfg. Part: CPNTUTPWALLA | CDW Part: 1862556 | UNSPSC: 43201614
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  • Video/audio extender
  • up to 100 m
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Main Features
  • Video/audio extender
  • up to 100 m
Extend a Component video signal with supporting audio up to 100 meters (330 feet) using Cat 5 cabling. This component video and audio extender wall plate kit includes both transmitter and receiver units, allowing you to make out-of-the-way connections from a component video source to a remote display / HDTV. The transmitter and receiver wall plates can be placed in a wall or ceiling gang for a cleaner, more professional A/V installation, supporting connection distances up to a maximum of 100m (300ft).

Run a 480i/480p signal up to 100m or a 720p/1080i signal up to 50m. The CPNTUTPWALLA is a passive extender meaning no power adapter is required. Simply run a Cat 5e cable from the transmitter to the receiver, and install the wall-plates.

Offering maximum versatility and convenience, the component wall plate kit is easy to install; simply wall-mount the transmitter unit near the intended video source, then wall-mount the receiver unit near the display, projector, or HDTV. The transmitter and receiver units can then be linked using standard Cat5e cable, providing a high quality video extension while concealing the cable for neater installation.

The component wall plate transmitter and receiver units use Cat5e cable to extend the audio and video signal. This is a cost-effective solution based on the broad availability of networking cable which is far more flexible than component video cables, not to mention less expensive.

Unlike some video extension systems, the component extender wall plates also allow you to make use of an existing networking cable (Cat5, Cat6) infrastructure, eliminating the need to re-run cable in the event of an upgrade from component video to another video standard, by simply swapping out the wall plates.