Maplin 30m HDMI Over Cat5/6 Range Extender

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Overview

  • CAT-5e/6 cable can substitute HDMI cable to achieve long distance transmission
  • Follow the standard of IEEE-568B
  • Transmission distance can be up to 30 metres for 1080p while using CAT-6 cable

Product overview

• CAT-5e/6 cable can substitute HDMI cable to achieve long distance transmission
• Follow the standard of IEEE-568B
• Transmission distance can be up to 30 metres for 1080p while using CAT-6 cable
• Auto-adjustment of feedback, equalization
• Signalling rates up to 2.25Gbits in support of 1080P display
• HDCP compliant

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great HDMI extender This is a very impressive product which has been let down by its description. Though the receiver unit has a 5v power supply, it is not required (and for my needs was unnecessary). Over approximately 20 meters, the signal remained perfectly clear without additional power. The only negative point I would like to make is that it does REQUIRE two Cat 5/6 cables to operate. The description did not make this clear, meaning that I was unprepared and unable to test this device with a Powerline LAN kit.
Date published: 2015-04-04
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Can this be used to carry hd CCTV signal to my monitor.

Asked by: Jerry
If the output of the host device is HDMI and the Input of the Monitor is HDMI and the resolution being transmitted is 1080p ... then Yes
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2018-01-09

Can I use 'Over Mains' connection? I have network adaptor plugs extending my LAN into another room via the mains 230v power sockets. Can I therefore, use the mains connection rather than a 20m network cable?

Asked by: JoeB1canobe
No this system utilises direct connection between the the transmit and receive units.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2017-12-23

I have a Swann NVR cctv system and need to view the footage and use the controls/settings on a television. Can I use this device to connect the cctv system and television wirelessly instead of using cables (e.g. hdmi)?

Asked by: Thomas Lee
Sorry that feature is not supported on your product. The NVR needs to be connected to a local display device and controlled with a mouse connected directly to the NVR.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2017-12-01

Will this support sky q signal transfer from a sky q box in one room with the signal sent through this and cat6 to a tv in another room?

Asked by: james
Unfortunately we cannot guarantee if this would support Sky Q
Answered by: Dale
Date published: 2017-09-30

Does this require two rj45 connections to one Hamilton (as shown in the picture)

Asked by: John
Yes, this requires 2 crossover cables.
Answered by: James
Date published: 2017-09-17

How may cat 5 or cat 6 cables need between transmitter and receiver

Asked by: Jason
This would need two.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2017-09-15

Would this device support UHD?

Asked by: Johnny
This supports 1080p only.
Answered by: Dale
Date published: 2017-06-15

Hi I have cat5 cable to some rooms what are the options for getting normal TV signal to a TV . Have an ariel, junction box , sky and BT broadband also not yet bought the TVs

Asked by: Angus
This would only transmit a HDMI signal from a set top box or DVD/Blu-ray Player to a TV with HDMI.
Answered by: Dale
Date published: 2017-06-05
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