Tripp Lite HDMI Over Cat5/Cat6 Active Video Extender Remote Receiver Wallpl

Mfg. Part: B126-1A0-WP-1 | CDW Part: 2749800 | UNSPSC: 43201614
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  • Video/audio extender
  • up to 61 m
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  • Video/audio extender
  • up to 61 m
The B126-1A0-WP-1 HDMI over Cat5/Cat6 Active Remote Receiver works with Tripp Lite’s B126-002 or B126-004 transmitter to extend an HDMI signal to a projector, monitor or television. It’s ideal for digital signs, trade shows, presentations, classrooms, churches, retail settings and other applications where the video source is located farther than conventional cables allow or that require multiple displays connected to one source.

The receiver uses HDMI cable(see Tripp Lite’s P568-Series) to connect to the monitor and Cat5e/6 cable to receive the signal from the transmitter or a remote repeater in the chain(for best results, use 24 AWG solid-wire Cat5e/6 cable, such as Tripp Lite’s N202-Series). No 110 punchdown connection is required.

The B126-1A0-WP-1 can extend a 1080i(60 Hz) signal up to 60.96 m (200-ft.), a 1080p(60 Hz) signal up to 45.72 m (150-ft.) and a 3D signal up to 38.1 m (125-ft.) You can connect up to three B126-110 remote repeaters in the chain for a total of four HDMI displays and full signal extension of 213.36 m (700-ft.) (1080i), 152.4 m (500-ft.)(1080p) or 121.9 m (400-ft.)(3D).

In addition to crystal-clear video, the B126-1A0-WP-1 delivers full, rich stereo and 7.1-channel surround sound(multi-channel or PCM) audio when paired with a B126-002 or B126-004 transmitter. Built-in equalization control lets you fine-tune the image quality at each remote display. Supports 24-bit True Color(8 bits per channel) and HDCP compatibility. Easy to set up with no software or drivers to install. Mounts to a wall using the included hardware.

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