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SmartAVI IR CAT5 Point-to-Point Extender HDCIR

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$191.00

SKU: HDCIR

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Quick Overview Extend your infra red signal with this Cat5 extender
Product Description
The HDC-IR allows the extension of Infra Red control signals using a single Cat5e UTP (category 5, unshielded twisted pair) cable. The HDC-IR is the first product for this application. This type of HDMI Extender is also easy to install and is very cost effective.

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Manufacturer SmartAVI
Package Contents No
Product Features
  • Uses easy to install, inexpensive CAT5.
  • Output reaches up to 1000 feet (300m).
  • Sends IR and Power signals over CAT5
  • High ground loop immunity.
  • Video cable compensation (automatic).
  • Sends Composite Video Stereo Audio, IR and Power signals over CAT5.
  • Compatible with line level stereo audio signals.
  • High ground loop immunity.
  • Built-in lightning, power surge and transient protection.
  • Remote units come with buffered outputs.
  • Compact enclosure.
  • Optional power supply for remote unit.
  • Fully compliant with standard modulated IR and the latest IRDA.
  • Fully transparent path for all products and data transfers.
  • Bi-directional IR.
  • Supports any IR Remote Control
Product Specifications
  • Signal Type: TTl
  • IR Frequency Range: 30KHz to 80KHz
  • Capture Distance: Up to 25 ft.
  • Cable Connector: 3.5 mm. stereo jack
  • IR Signal Indicator: Green LED
  • IR Frequency Range: 30KHz to 80KHz
  • Emitter Distance: Up to 10 ft.
  • Cable Connector : 3.5 mm. mono jack
  • IR Signal Indicator: Red LED
  • Power Requirements: 12VDC 1A dongle power up to 250 ft.
  • Cable Link : CAT5 568A or 568B
  • Height : 1.0 in. (35 mm.)
  • Width : 2.5 in. (85 mm.)
  • Depth: 2.5 in. (85 mm.)
  • Weight: 0.25 lb. (0.9 kg.)
  • Power Requirements: 5VDC 30mA

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