• ST-IPHD-2GOPOE
  • HDMI Over Gigabit IP Extender with Power over Ethernet Extend up to 333 Feet
  •  Supports HDTV resolutions to 1080p.
  •  Power over Ethernet (PoE) - power supply not required at the local or remote unit.
  •  Broadcast real-time HDMI video and audio signals to multiple display locations with a managed or unmanaged (also known as non-managed) network switch.
  •  Transmits an HDMI signal over one CAT5e/6/7 cable.
  •  Supports video wall installations from 1x2 to 16x16 screens.
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  • The XTENDEX® HDMI Over Gigabit IP Extender multicasts digital video and audio signals to one or more receivers up to 333 feet away over a 1000BASE-T Gigabit Network connected with CAT5e/6/7 cable.

    Each HDMI Over Gigabit IP Extender consists of a local unit that connects to an HDMI source, and a remote unit that connects to an HDMI display. The local and remote units can be connected together for a Point-to-Point connection via CATx cable or a Point-to-Many connection via a network switch. Support for multiple transmitters requires a managed network switch.


    The ST-IPHD-2GOPOE Features Include:
    • Supports HDTV resolutions to 1080p.
    • Power over Ethernet (PoE) - power supply not required at the local or remote unit.
    • Broadcast real-time HDMI video and audio signals to multiple display locations with a managed or unmanaged (also known as non-managed) network switch.
    • Transmits an HDMI signal over one CAT5e/6/7 cable.
    • Supports video wall installations from 1x2 to 16x16 screens.
    • Plug-and-Play installation allows receivers to find the transmitter automatically on the same network. (Network configuration may be required for Managed network switch.)
    • Easily expandable. Add remote units as you add monitors.
    • Built-in scaler - watch compatible sources at 1080p.
    • Supports 2-way RS232 commands (control software on a PC, or other automated control system hardware such as Control4 or Crestron) to control any devices attached to the matrix using RS232.
    • Integrated mounting brackets for easy surface/wall mounting.
    • Inexpensive CAT5e/6/7 cable replaces bulky video cables.
    • Support for multiple transmitters requires a Managed network switch with VLAN/IGMP support. Standard LAN switches can only support one transmitter.
    • Each VLAN acts as a separate HDMI Over IP Channel on the network.
    • One transmitter can connect up to 200 receivers using cascaded managed network switches.
    • Cascade managed network switches up to 3 levels, allowing the farthest display to be located up to 1,000 feet away from the source device. Each receiver can be located up to 333 feet from the managed switch.
    • For a point-to-many connection, a standalone network with an unmanaged network switch, hub, or router can be used instead of a managed network switch.
    • It is not recommended to use any other network devices on this standalone network as it may cause a degradation in performance.
    • Use a PC to access the built-in HTTP Interface of the managed network switch to control what signal is being watched at each location.
    • Use a Telnet client to access any receiver on the VLAN or network.
    • Customizable EDID table on local unit.
    • HDCP compliant.
    • Local and remote units must be in the same LAN. The units do not support WAN connections.
    • Ideal solution for digital signage applications.
  • How to Configure Point-to-Point Connections

    How to Configure Point-to-Point Connections

    How to Configure Point-to-Many Connections Using an Unmanaged Network Switch

    How to Configure Point-to-Many Connections Using an Unmanaged Network Switch

    How to Configure Many-to-Many Connections Using a Managed Network Switch

    Support for multiple transmitters requires a Managed network switch with VLAN/IGMP support.

    How to Configure Many-to-Many Connections Using a Managed Network Switch

    How to Set-up a Matrix Switch Configuration Using Multiple Transmitters and Receivers and a Managed Network Switch.

    A managed network switch with VLAN/IGMP support is required to set-up a matrix switch configuration using multiple transmitters and receivers. Each VLAN configuration acts as a separate HDMI Over IP channel on the network. Display receivers attached to a port on the managed network switch can be connected to any chosen VLAN to display that particular HDMI channel. Configuration settings can be controlled via a managed switch's own web interface (where applicable), with IP commands, or the switch's RS232 control port. Control software on a PC or other home automation controller hardware, such as Control4 or Creston, can be used to simplify the process of commanding the managed network switch.

    How to Set-up a Matrix Switch Configuration Using Multiple Transmitters and Receivers and a Managed Network Switch.
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  • ST-IPHD-L-2GOPOE
  • Local Unit with Power over Ethernet
  • ST-IPHD-R-2GOPOE
  • Remote Unit with Power over Ethernet