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4K HDMI® HDBaseT over Cat6 Extender Box Receiver (TAA Compliant)


Product Features

Extend 4K HDMI video and audio signals up to 230ft over a single Cat6 network patch cable using HDBaseT technology
• Extend 4K HDMI (4096 x 2160 at 30Hz, 4:4:4) up to 230ft
• Extend 4K HDMI (4096 x 2160 at 60Hz, 4:2:0) up to 230ft
• Extend HDMI (1920 x 1080) up to 328ft
• Utilizes a single Cat5e, Cat6 or Cat6a cable for extension
• HDBaseT technology supports EDID pass through
• TruChoice Power allows for power at transmitter or receiver end
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(1) HDMI Female

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Product Specifications

Color : Black
UPC : 757120292692
Warranty : 3 Years
Vendor : C2G
Weight : 1.200 LB
• Download a PDF with the technical specifications of this product on the Support tab
Signal Specifications

• Video signal support - HDMI
• HDMI Features Supported - HDCP, 3D, Deep color, Dolby + DTS 7.1 Audio, Consumer Electronics Control (CEC)
• Maximum Video Resolution - 4K (4096 x 2160 at 30Hz, 4:4:4)
• Maximum Cable Distance - 230ft*
• Recommended Category Cable - Solid Cat5e, Cat6 or Cat6a*
*Solid conductor Cat5 or Cat6 cabling is recommended for use with the digital products, HDMI and HDMI with RS232. Coiling of excess cable lengths should be avoided for best performance results. Shielded, solid conductor Cat5 or Cat6 cabling is recommended if a cable must be coiled or is run near other high-frequency signaling cables.
Power Adapter Specifications

• Input voltage - 100~240V
• Output voltage/Amperage - 18V, 1.0A
• Cable length - 1.5m
• Plug diameter - 4.75mm
• Center pin polarity - Positive
LED Indicator

• Steady blue - The connection to the HDMI display is established
• Steady red - There is no receiver or HDMI display detected
• Flashing blue and red - The receiver is detected, but no source or display is detected

Product Uses

•Conference rooms
•Corporate environments
•Houses of worship
•Digital signage

Package Contents

• Receiver Unit
• Mounting Bracket Pack with Screws
• Rubber Feet Pack
• Quick Start Guide

Product Support


• Download the manual
• Download the technical specifications
Customer Reviews

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Long Distance HDMI ... YES! I use the TruLink HDMI over Cat5 Receiver (#29269) to extend a video signal from a church server (Win7 Pro) on the 2nd floor, to a 70" Visio TV in the 1st floor lobby (~75 feet). This provides a large, clear and eye catching display to greet people at our main entry and share information (a looping PowerPoint presentation) on classes, upcoming events, etc. The device capabilities are well beyond what I need now, but I am frequently asked to change things in the environment and the added distance provides the flexibility I need available. Besides, my research showed comparable cost for other products that have less capability. I paired the (#29269) receiver with the TruLink HDMI over Cat5 Transmitter (#29241). It really is a simple plug-and-play device. I ran a single Cat5e cable and connected it and HDMI cables at each end. The signal came online immediately. I just set the monitor resolution as high as possible and cloned the monitor output to the TV. The video was 100% perfect, with no adjustments necessary anywhere.
Date published: 2013-10-08
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Questions & Answers

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Is there a package with transceiver and receiver? I need 300 ft.

Asked by: Sunny
The Kit for this item is Part # 29210
Answered by: Tom
Date published: 2018-05-29

I see that part # 29269 has a power input. can it get power from the transmitter over CAD5e cable?

Asked by: Tom
Yes, it can get power from the transmitter over the Cat5e cable.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2018-05-29
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