USB-C to HDMI Extender Kit Ideal for Digital Signage in Schools, Restaurants and Lecture Halls
This complete transmitter and receiver system is recommended for video presentations in conference rooms, schools, trade shows, meeting facilities, houses of worship, retail settings, hotels and other digital signage applications where the source and display are farther apart than conventional A/V cables allow.
Supports USB DisplayPort Alternate Mode for Converting Audio/Video Signals
By connecting a USB-C cable to a source device that supports DisplayPort Alt Mode, you can output 4K video and digital audio to an HDMI monitor, television or projector without installing special software drivers.
Extends a 4K A/V Transmission up to 230 ft....or More
The B127A-1A1-BCBH extends 4K signals from a USB-C source device to an HDMI display up to 230 feet away via user-supplied Cat6 cabling. By adding a Tripp Lite B127A-010-H HDMI repeater or B127A-110-BH transceiver (sold separately) to the application, you can extend the signal up to 400 or 460 feet, respectively.
Dip Switch Extends Your Choice of Either USB or IR.
The DIP switches on both the transmitter and receiver can be adjusted to let you choose from the USB 1.1 or bi-directional IR functions. Choose to either control the source device via keyboard and mouse or IR remote control from the display end of the installation. Only one function can be extended at a time.
Transmits Crystal-Clear 4K Video with Multi-Channel Audio and 4:4:4 Color
The B127A-1A1-BCBH supports Ultra HD resolutions up to 3840 x 2160 (4K x 2K) at 60 Hz, as specified by HDMI 2.0, with full, rich uncompressed DTS-HD, Dolby TrueHD and 7.1-channel digital audio. HDCP 2.2 compliance allows you to stream 4K Amazon and Netflix content with no complications. This extender kit also supports 4:4:4 chroma subsampling for top-level PC gaming or using your HDTV as a PC monitor. Built-in equalization allows you to fine-tune the image quality at the remote display.
Local HDMI Port on Transmitter Supports 4K @ 60 Hz Resolution
To monitor the video signal being extended to the receiver, connect a 4K display to the transmitter's local HDMI port with a user-supplied HDMI cable. This port does not support multi-resolution capabilities, so the connected monitor must also support 4K/60 Hz to function properly.
Built-In PoC Technology Provides Power to Avoid Bulky External Power Bricks
After you connect the included external power supply to either the transmitter or receiver, Power over Cable (PoC) technology powers the opposite unit over Cat6 cable. LEDs on both the transmitter and receiver will light up to indicate the system is receiving power and a signal is being transmitted. PoC lets you avoid the hassle of a bulky power brick and gives you the freedom to place one unit where needed without worrying about finding a nearby AC outlet.
PD 3.0 Charging Port Powers the Source Device to Maintain a Clear Signal
The USB-C Power Delivery port provides up to 20V 5A (90W, with 10W dedicated to the unit's power reserve) for powering the connected source device when using an E-Mark USB-C cable (such as Tripp Lite's U040-C13-C-5A). With a non-E-Mark cable, the USB-C PD 3.0 port provides up to 20V 3A (50W, with 10W to the power reserve). The other USB-C port connects the transmitter to the source.
- Compliant with the Federal Trade Agreements Act (TAA) for GSA Schedule purchases
- 1-year limited warranty
- DIP switch selection allows bi-directional IR or USB function for controlling the source
- USB-C PD 3.0 port charges source device to avoid battery drain and untimely shutdowns
- Power over Cable (PoC) technology provides power to either end via Cat6 cable
- Supports 4K @ 60 Hz video resolutions (4:4:4) as specified in HDMI 2.0
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