Tripp Lite DVI / HDMI Over Cat5/6 Matrix Extender Kit 1080p @ 60Hz IR TAA

Mfg.Part: B160-202-HDSI | CDW Part: 5991527 | UNSPSC: 43201559
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  • DVI/HDMI over Cat5/6 Matrix/Extender Kit Converts HDMI A/V to an IP-based signal that is transmitted through a managed switch to 2 HDMI displays 656 ft. away via Cat5e/6 cable
  • Matrix kit includes 2 B160-001-HDSI transmitters and 2 B160-100-HDSI receivers
  • Delivers HD picture quality at resolutions up to 1920 x 1080 (1080p) @ 60 Hz
  • Local HDMI port lets you monitor images being shown on remote displays
  • TAA-Compliant for GSA Schedule Purchases
  • 1-year Tripp Lite Warranty
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Tripp Lite DVI / HDMI Over Cat5/6 Matrix Extender Kit 1080p @ 60Hz IR TAA
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  • DVI/HDMI over Cat5/6 Matrix/Extender Kit Converts HDMI A/V to an IP-based signal that is transmitted through a managed switch to 2 HDMI displays 656 ft. away via Cat5e/6 cable
  • Matrix kit includes 2 B160-001-HDSI transmitters and 2 B160-100-HDSI receivers
  • Delivers HD picture quality at resolutions up to 1920 x 1080 (1080p) @ 60 Hz
  • Local HDMI port lets you monitor images being shown on remote displays
  • TAA-Compliant for GSA Schedule Purchases
  • 1-year Tripp Lite Warranty
This matrix/extender kit comes with two Tripp Lite B160-001-HDSI transmitters and two B160-100-HDSI receivers. It extends and distributes DVI or HDMI audio/video, RS-232 serial and IR (infrared) remote signals from two source devices, such as Blu-ray players and media servers, to two HDMI displays via Cat5e/6 cabling. The maximum distance between a transmitter and receiver is 328 feet. However, by connecting a dedicated network switch (sold separately) in between, you can extend the audio/video as far as 656 feet (200 meters).

You can create an installation featuring multiple sources and displays by connecting a dedicated managed Ethernet network switch with Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP), such as Tripp Lite's NSS-G16D2. By adding multiple managed switches, you can create a multi-in, multi-out installation with as many as 64 transmitters and 255 receivers. The IGMP-enabled switch will let you manage all connections for centralized control over which sources show on which displays. Note: Unmanaged s