Tripp Lite DVI Over Cat5/Cat6 Video Extender Splitter 4-Port Transmitter 20

Mfg. Part: B140-004 | CDW Part: 3382798 | UNSPSC: 43201614
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  • Video extender
  • 4 ports
  • up to 61 m
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Main Features
  • Video extender
  • 4 ports
  • up to 61 m
The B140-004 transmits a DVI-D Single-Link signal to four monitors up to 61 m (200-ft.) away using a single Cat5e/6 patch cable. To achieve maximum distance and resolution, use 24AWG Solid Wire Cat5e/6 cable (Tripp Lite's N202-Series). An additional DVI port is provided for the connection of a local monitor. This local DVI port can also be used to daisychain up to 3 units together, allowing for the connection of up to 13 monitors (12 remote, 1 local). Mounting hardware is included that allows the unit to be rackmounted, wallmounted or pole mounted. In addition, up to three units can be mounted in 1U of rack space using a Tripp Lite B132-004-RB 19" rackmount bracket. The B140-004 is compatible with all operating systems, and is plug and play, with no software or drivers required.

Installation is simple. Connect the B140-004 transmitter to a DVI source using a Tripp Lite P561-Series DVI cable (not included). Connect a Tripp Lite B140-series receiver (not included) to each display using a Tripp Lite P561-Series DVI cable (not included). Finally, each remote receiver is connected to an RJ45 port on the B140-004 using a single Cat5e/6 cable.

For longer extension distances, use a B140-1A0 active receiver unit to extend a 1920 x 1080 @ 60Hz signal up to 46 m (150-ft.), or a 1024 x 768 @ 60Hz signal up to 61 m (200-ft.).

For shorter extension distances, use a B140-1P0 passive receiver unit to extend a 1920 x 1080 @ 60Hz signal up to 15 m (50-ft.), or a 1024 x 768 @ 60Hz signal up to 30.5 m (100-ft.).

Further expand the range and number of monitors by using a B140-110 repeater unit. Add up to four remote units (three repeaters and one active receiver) to each channel of the B140-004, for a total of 4 displays per channel. (An active receiver should be the last unit in a channel) A 1920 x 1080 @ 60Hz signal can be extended up to 38 m (125-ft.) from each repeater to the next unit in the channel, or a 1024 x 768 @ 60Hz signal can be extended up to 53 m (175-ft.) For international use, the B110-INT power supply can be purchased separately; it features plugs for the UK, Europe, and Australia.

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