Transmits HDMI / DVI signals at high resolutions up to 100m to an HDBaseT / C6 receiver
Supports HDTV resolutions up to 4K, as well as Full HD 1080p and color depths up to 48 Bit
Supports 3D, 1080p 3D signals included
Any projector with an HDBaseT input can be connected to this transmitter, as well as the receiver C6, Stand alone model (Art. No. 38118) or Wall module receiver (Art.No. 38114)
The connection between transmitter and receiver is made via shielded Cat.6 RJ45 cable. Do not connect these ports to your Ethernet network in any way, this would destroy the Extender!
Simple to connect, transmitter to connect to source using HDMI cable, receiver to monitor or projector, RJ45 cable to the right length to connect the two units of the extender and turn on
Also transmits 10 / 100Base-T Fast Ethernet signals and remote IR signals up to 100m
Implements HDBaseT technology
DO NOT CONNECT TO ETHERNET NETWORKS! For dedicated cable connection Cat.6 UTP ONLY!
Always use unshielded UTP cat.5e / 6 / 6a cables for the HDBaseT link. If you also use wall outlets, use a maximum of 5m of cable between each outlet and the HDBaseT device.
From the medium lengths, single-wire installation cable AWG24 must be used.
If you already use a shielded cable, you must interrupt the shielding at both ends using UTP cable or via a double female RJ45 UTP.
Here you will find single-row RJ45 cables and RJ45 cables in roll.
Solution Extender HDMI for the highest quality requirements
An HDBaseT Extender transmits HDMI digital signals in full resolution and without loss of quality. There is therefore no loss of image quality, no shadow, darkening, blurring or slowness.
In addition, it also transmits 10 / 100Base-T Fast Ethernet signals (eg for controlling IP strips, computers or other network devices) as well as IR remote control signals up to 100m.
The connecting cable should not exceed a length of 100m, the longer the cable will be and the higher the quality requirements of cable will be. For medium lengths, a Cat. 5e 22 / 24AWG UTP 350MHz with rigid core should be used at minimum, for best results and for longer cable lengths, we recommend using our Cat.7 S / FTP cables PiMF 900 MHz Art.12047
Uncompressed HDMI or DVI-D signals up to 100m using HDBaseT technology
The receiver may be a projector equipped with an HDBaseT input or a HDBASET LINDY receiver Art.38118 (stand-alone receiver C6 100m) or Art.38114 (wall mount C6 70m)
Supports HDTV resolutions up to 4K as well as Full HD 1080p and color depths up to 24/36/48 Bit and 3D (1080p 3D included)
3840x2160 24Hz YCbCr 4: 2: 2 12-bit BT.2020 / HDR10 @ 24Hz Blu-ray UHD
LPCM, DTS Digital, DTS HD, Dolby Digital & Dolby True HD Support
Transmitter with 2 Ethernet RJ45 ports, 10 / 100Base-T, IEEE 802.1Q, 802.3, 802.3u and 802.3x support
All connections are made in HDBASET - RJ45 cable connection
DO NOT connect the HDBaseT ports to your Ethernet network, this will lead to the destruction of the Extender!
IR Signal Support
IR Transmitter included
Typical range of up to 15m
3.5mm socket for IR cable
Frequency range 33-50kHz ***, transparent and independent of any protocol
Scope of delivery
Transmitter C6 100m with HDBaseT technology (requires an HDBaseT receiver, see above)
5V DC ~ 2A multi-country power supply with mains adapters Euro, UK, USA and AUS / China
1.4m IR cable
For maximum distance of up to 100m with high quality installation cable (Solid Core 22-24AWG, 568B, see above)
Max. 12GBit / s, 800MHz
Connects the transmitter and receiver units, powers the receiver
Dimensions: 11 x 7,5 x 2,5 cm
External power supply on the transmitter: regulated power supply 100 ... 240VAC / 5VDC ~ 2A with mains adapters Euro, UK, USA and AUS / China
Operating temperature: 0 to 40 ° C, indoor only
Storage temperature: -10 to 70 ° C
For larger distances, we recommend our Extender HDMI 300m over fiber optic Art. 38003, or for even greater distances, our Extender HDMI up to 700m on fiber Art. 38063.
Also available in combination transmitter + receiver under Art.38119.
IR remote controls using 20kHz frequencies will not be supported.