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StarTech.com Composite Wall Plate Video Extender over Cat 5 with Stereo Aud

Mfg. Part: COMPUTPWALLA | CDW Part: 1862555 | UNSPSC: 43201614
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  • Video/audio extender
  • up to 200 m
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Main Features
  • Video/audio extender
  • up to 200 m
Extend a Composite video signal with supporting audio up to 200 meters (600 feet) using Cat 5 cabling. This Composite Video Extender Wall Plate kit includes both Composite video transmitter and receiver units, allowing you to make out-of-the-way connections from a Composite video source to a remote monitor.

The transmitter and receiver wall plates can be placed in a wall or ceiling gang for a cleaner, more professional Composite video installation, supporting connection distances up to a maximum distance of 200m (600ft). The Component video cable wall plates deliver passive signal extension, meaning no power adapter is required.

A space and clutter saving video solution, the Composite video extender units (local transmitter and remote receiver) feature RCA audio ports, allowing you to extend not only Composite video, but the accompanying stereo audio as well.

The composite wall plate transmitter and receiver units use Cat5e cable to extend the audio and video signal - 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.

Offering maximum versatility and convenience, the Composite video wall plate kit is easy to install; simply mount the transmitter wall plate unit near the intended Composite video source, then mount the receiver wall plate unit near the monitor/projector; the Composite video transmitter and receiver units can then be linked using standard Cat5e or Cat6 cable, providing a high quality video extension while concealing the cable for neater installation.

Unlike some video extension systems, the VGA 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 VGA to another video standard, by simply swapping out the wall plates.

 
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