The Fonestar 7938 Increases the transmission distance of 1080p HDMI signals up to 70 m through Cat 6 cable. Essential for transmitting the HDMI signal over a greater distance than that supported by HDMI cables, which do not support distances greater than 15 m at best.
Fonestar 7938 1.3 HDMI EXT THROUGH CAT6
Increases the transmission distance of 1080p HDMI signals up to 70 m through Cat 6 cable. Essential for transmitting the HDMI signal over a greater distance than that supported by HDMI cables, which do not support distances greater than 15 m at best. Using Cat 6 cables makes installation cheaper and reduces installation time. It simplifies the running of the cable through pipes and walls, reducing the difficulty and time required for installation. In addition, it transmits the remote control signal from the TV receiver to the transceiver used for controlling the receiver or player. APPLICATIONS For installations where the receiver or player is far from the TV or projector, such as: exhibitions, shop windows, training rooms, conference rooms, sports centres, bars, restaurants, etc. TECHNICAL DATA Resolution 1080p@60Hz and below HDMI 1.3 HDCP 1.4 HDR compatible Bandwidth 4.95 Gbps
1.3 HDMI extension through Cat 6 cable.
Resolution 1080p@60Hz and below.
Bandwidth 4.95 Gbps.
Transmission distance up to 70m for 1080p@60Hz resolutions with Cat 6 cable.
Remote control return transmission function 20 – 60 kHz
Auto-tuning and re-connection function.
ESD, overvoltage, and lightning protection (IEC 61000-4-2, 1a Contact discharge level 4 (8 kV) and 1b Air discharge level 4 (15 kV).
Transmitter and receiver: 5 V DC, 500 mA with adapters included
Transmitter and receiver: 72 x 25 x 67 mm depth
Remote Control IR Transmitter and Receiver
It is recommended to use good quality Cat 6 cables with FTP/SFTP shielding. Cables should have shielded connectors with the cable shield connected to the connector shield, thus improving the reliability of HDMI extenders, avoiding ground loops caused by interconnecting devices (player/receiver and TV) with the different ground references which may cause loss or cutting of the picture.