The Hall Research UH2X-P1 extender uses the new HDBaseT 2.0 standard to extend uncompressed HDMI, USB 2.0, Ethernet, RS232, IR, and PoE over a single Cat-5e/6 cable up to 100m (330ft.). The extender kit consists of a compact transmitter and corresponding receiver. Fully compliant with the HDBaseT spec, the devices are designed to work with all other certified HDBaseT 1.0 and 2.0 products. The UH2X-P1 supports all PC and HDTV resolutions including 4K (UHD). The PoH/PoE compliant extender includes a power supply that plugs to the transmitter end. The receiver is powered through the Cat-6 cable per IEEE802.3af standard as required by HDBaseT Alliance. The receiver includes an integrated 2-port USB 2.0 Hub, making it perfect for remote KVM applications. The USB extension is transparent to the PC Host and requires no drivers or software. In addition, the UH2X-P1 features audio return from receiver to the sender. The source for the independent audio return path is user selectable. It can be either from the ARC pin of the HDMI output connector (ARC signal from the connected TV), or from a separate SPDIF audio input connector available on the receiver.
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