Do you need to send your HDMI multimedia source to a monitor 500 ft away?

Maybe your company has a 500 ft board room and you need to send your HDMI signal from one end to the other.  I am guessing that if you do have an actual board room that big…your company may just be a little top heavy and it’s time to trim some fat!

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Or, you may just have a really super awesome ultra cool man cave in your basement that you need to run an HDMI signal for the big game.  (please hunny, can I get one of these?)

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Either way…we can solve your problem.  We have a 30m/50m/100m and yes even a 150m HDMI extender for your ridiculously large board room and top heavy company!

The 4XEM 150M/500Ft 1080P HDMI Extender will give you the pixel perfect video to your remote displays.  It is designed to carry HDMI signals over distances beyond the capability of standard HDMI cable.  We can extend you video and audio over a much more cost effective single CAT5e/CAT6 cable up to 150m (492.126ft).

We recommend that the CAT5e/CAT6 cable be a straight run with out any couples for best results.

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You wouldn’t want poor quality on your PlayStation when wasting you life away gaming in mommy’s basement would you?

Now it is time to get off your butt and hook this up!

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Sender

T1- DC IN                  Supply power for the sender, input 5V/1A

T2-Restore                Hold for 10 sec. for default settings

T3-IR out                  Connect IR sender (sender must be directed at HDMI source IR receiver)

T4-HDMI in             Connect HDMI source

T5-Power Status      Power indicator

T6-RJ45                    Connect the sender to the receiver using a CAT5e/CAT6 cable

Receiver

R1-DC IN                  Supply power for the receiver, input 5V/1A

R2-Restore               Hold for 10 sec. for default settings

R3-IR in                    Connect the IR receiver

R4-HDMI out          Connect the HDMI sync device

R5-Power Status      Power indicator

R6-RJ45                    Connect the receiver to the sender using a CAT5e/CAT6 cable

 

It’s plug and play!

By: Ken Lupton 4XEM

 

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About 4XEM

Product manager @4XEM

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