StarTech.com HDMI over CAT6 Extender with 4-port USB Hub - 165 ft (50m) - 1080p

StarTech.com HDMI over CAT6 Extender with 4-port USB Hub - 165 ft (50m) - 1080p

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StarTech.com 50M HDMI Extender with 4 Port USB Hub Hdmi Over Cat6 1080p More Info

SKU: ST121USBHD

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Extend 1080p video and four USB peripheral devices to a remote location

This HDMI extender kit lets you transmit your 1080p HD video source to your remote HDMI display at distance of up to 165 ft. away (50 m) using shielded CAT6 cabling. The extender features a built-in 4-port USB 2.0 hub that also lets you connect four remote USB peripheral devices at your display location.

Crystal-clear picture quality

Using this HDMI extender, you can maintain the quality of your high-definition video signal along with the accompanying 7.1 digital audio, even at 165 feet away from your source device. The extender supports resolutions up to 1920x1200 or 1080p - perfect for dazzling your audience in remote digital-signage applications in hospitals or at shopping centers.

Hassle-free remote USB integration

The built-in 4-port USB 2.0 hub lets you remotely connect, access or control up to four USB devices located at your remote display - great for flash drives, printers, scanners, external hard drives and I/O devices. Remote USB extension also enables you to remotely control your source device, which is ideal for adding touchscreen interfaces at your display in market or POS kiosks.

Easy installation and setup

For hassle-free setup the HDMI extender offers easy plug-and-play installation with no additional software or drivers required. Plus, the extender passes the EDID information included in your HDMI signal, and automatically adjusts video equalization ensuring you won’t have to configure it manually. Mounting hardware is also included, for a tidy and professional installation.

Note: To maximize performance this extender requires shielded CAT6 cable. When using unshielded CAT6 cable the maximum distance is reduced to 30m. When using CAT5 cable the maximum distance is reduced to 15m.

The ST121USBHD is TAA compliant and backed by a 2-year StarTech.com warranty with free lifetime technical support.

The StarTech.com Advantage

- Crystal-clear picture quality, with support for uncompressed 1920x1200 or 1080p HD video extension
- Easy remote peripheral integration, with a built-in 4-port USB hub
- Tidy, professional installation using the included mounting hardware

Features
Colour depth48 bit
Carrier frequency38 kHz
Maximum refresh rate60 Hz
CertificationCE, FCC, TAA, REACH
TypeAV transmitter & receiver
Cable types supportedCat5,Cat5e,Cat6
Maximum transfer distance50 m
Supported video modes1080p
Product colourBlack
Technical details
Colour depth48 bit
Carrier frequency38 kHz
Maximum refresh rate60 Hz
CertificationCE, FCC, TAA, REACH
TypeAV transmitter & receiver
Cable types supportedCat5,Cat5e,Cat6
Maximum transfer distance50 m
Supported video modes1080p
Product colourBlack
Connectivity technologyWired
Audio supportYes
Sustainability certificatesRoHS
Ports & interfaces
USB ports quantity7
USB connector typeMini-USB B, USB Type-A
RJ-45 input ports2
RJ-45 output ports2
HDMI in1
Number of HDMI outputs1
Connectivity technologyWired
Power
Output current1 A
Power plug typeType N
Power consumption (typical)5 W
External power adapterYes
Operating voltage5 V
Operational conditions
Operating relative humidity (H-H)0 - 80%
Storage temperature (T-T)-10 - 60 °C
Operating temperature (T-T)0 - 40 °C
Weight & dimensions
Width82 mm
Package depth180 mm
Height21 mm
Depth82 mm
Package width309 mm
Package height71 mm
Weight460 g
Package weight1.07 kg
Package dimensions (WxDxH)175 x 306 x 74 mm
Packaging data
Package depth180 mm
Package width309 mm
Package height71 mm
Package weight1.07 kg
Package dimensions (WxDxH)175 x 306 x 74 mm
Packaging content
Cables includedLAN (RJ-45), USB
Quick start guideYes
AC adapter includedYes
N/A

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