HDIP120D is AV Access’s brand-new economical HDMI over IP receiver (RX). It can work with an HDIP120E transmitter (TX) for one-to-one and one-to-many applications. With just a single Cat5e/6 cable, a TX/RX set can extend 1080P@60hz full HD HDMI signal up to 120m/394ft. One TX and up to 10 RXs can also work with a gigabit switch to build an extender splitter combo. It is ideal for sports bar, church, restaurant, home surveillance, broadcasting station or other scenarios where you need HDMI signal extension and splitting.
Features of HDIP120D 1080P AV over IP Receiver
- Works with an HDIP120E transmitter (TX) for one-to-one and one-to-many applications
- Works easily with an Ethernet switch, no need to configure; real plug and play
- Supports high-efficiency H.265 codec
- Comes with an IR receiver for IR control
Work as Extender Splitter Combo
With this extender kit, you can easily transmit 1080P@60hz full HD HDMI signal up to 120m/394ft via a single Cat5e/6 cable. You can also connect one transmitter and up to 10 receivers via a gigabit switch to build an extender splitter combo. HDIP120 is ideal for sports bar, church, restaurant, home surveillance, broadcasting station or other scenarios where you need HDMI signal extension and splitting.
Set up in Minutes, Just Plug and Play
HDIP120 is designed for users without any IP knowledge, as easy as HDBaseT products. It can work flawlessly with any universal Ethernet switch, both managed and unmanaged. Don’t need to configure the IGMP protocol on your Ethernet switch for one-to-many applications any more.
H.265 Codec & Low Latency
The advanced H265 codec takes up less bandwidth and greatly improves transmission efficiency, while also preserving superior video quality. Besides, the extender’s end-to-end latency (from one transmitter to one receiver) is less than 0.1 seconds, ideal for sports programs, movies, PC games, or video presentations.
HDMI Local Output & IR Remote Control
With the HDMI local output on the transmitter, you can connect it to a local monitor to easily preview whatever image streamed to the remote side. What’s more, with the included IR signal emitter and receiver, you can effortlessly control your source device even at the receiver side.
Diagram of HDIP120D 1080P AV over IP Receiver
Specification of HDIP120D 1080P AV over IP Receiver
|Input A/V Port||
1 x LAN
|Input Resolutions||Up to 1080P@60Hz
|Output A/V Port||
1 x HDMI
|Output Resolutions||Up to 1080P@60Hz
||HDMI 1.3, HDCP 1.4
|| +32°F ~ +113°F (0°C ~ +45°C)
10% ~ 90%, non-condensing
|Storage Temperature||-4°F ~ 140°F (-20°C ~ +70°C)
10% ~ 90%, non-condensing
|Power Supply||DC 5V 1A
||Human body model:
• ±8kV (air-gap discharge)
• ±4kV (contact discharge)
(W x H x D)
|140mm x 21mm x 80mm/5.5” x 0.83” x 3.15″
each for TX and RX (Antennas not included)