|Place of Business||SKOKIE, IL, 60077 US|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Data Transfer Rate||18 Gigabits Per Second|
|Item model number||EX-115UHD-K|
|Product Dimensions||12.07 x 7.62 x 1.91 cm; 780.18 Grams|
OREI HDMI Extender HDBaseT UltraHD Over Single CAT5/CAT6 Cable 4K @ 60Hz with HDR & IR Control - Up to 130 Ft - Zero Latency - Power Over Cable
- Extends 4K@60Hz HDR or non-HDR video to distances up to 130 feet (40 meters) over a single Cat5/6 Ethernet cable
- HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2/HDCP 1.4 & DVI 1.0 Compliant with maximum input/output resolution: 4K@60hz RGB/Ycbcr 4:4:4 / Ycbcr 4:2:2
- HDBaseT Technology - Uncompressed Signal for Zero Latency, A good quality CAT5e/6/ STP shielded cable is essential in delivering quality content. CAT6 is recommended for better Performance. Avoid using signal converters/adapters.
- One-way IR control to control the source from the remote display at the receiver end and option to copy EDID signal from the transmitter's loop-out display or the receiver's display
- Includes: Instructions Manual, 1x Power Adapter, 1x Transmitter unit,1x Receiver unit &1x IR-Kit. All OREI Extenders include 1 Year Warranty & Full OREI Customer Support.
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The new OREI EX-115UHD-K 4K HDMI Extender allows you to transmit 4K@60Hz video with HDR to distances up to 130 feet (40 meters) and 230Ft for 1080P over a single Cat6 Ethernet cable. It supports video resolutions up to 4K@60Hz and 1080p@60Hz with high-definition multi-channel audio. It also supports Power over Cable (PoC) feature which allows you to power the receiver unit over the Ethernet cable, one-way IR control from the receiver side and option to copy EDID signal from the transmitter's loop-out display or the receiver's display.
Features: Extends 4K@60Hz HDR or non-HDR video to distances up to 130 feet (40 meters) over a single Cat6 Ethernet cable HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2/HDCP 1.4 & DVI 1.0 Compliant Maximum input/output resolution: 4K@60hz RGB/Ycbcr 4:4:4 / Ycbcr 4:2:2 One-way IR control to control the source from the remote display at the receiver end Compatible with HDMI units such Roku 4, 4K TV, Amazon Fire TV, Ultra Projector, PS4 ,Xbox, Apple TV, HDMI LCD, Cable box, Blu-ray player, DVD player, PC, STB and moreOption to copy EDID signal from the transmitter's loop-out display or the receiver's display Supports the Power over Cable (PoC) feature Provides up to 18Gbps bandwidth 100-240V World-wide voltage power adapter included
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So for me, if i plug everything in and im ready to go, my display shows nothing and both units show a green dot.
Then if i flicker the edid switch to rx and then back to tx it will show now a green and orange light on the cat6 port. But still nothing on the display. THEN you have to unplug the hdmi cable from the display and plug it back in. NOW it works!! and it looks great and works great as long as the device doesnt sleep or the power goes out, then you have to do it all over again! This is ridiculous! especially being 130$! common! i wasnt even doing 4k, i was doing 1080p on a 6ft cat6 cable..... I see there is a micro usb service port but the website offers no support whatsover! i got no clue what those are even for if you have no updates or software at all!
Like i said, if youre power never goes out and ur device never sleeps.... great.... but the world isnt perfect and i dont want to be bothered to go up flights of stairs multiple times to deal with this.
Causing pixilation and grey bars on remote display. Not a good probduct tested cat 7 cables they test 100 percent. Still unable to support 4K cables are 20ft long. Display is on the other side of a stair case from transmitter.
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A few days after I initially thought the receiver didn't wake the monitor, it seems to be working. I use this on a windows PC, what got it working was to go to the Power and Sleep control panel, changed the screen turn off to NEVER but the system goes to sleep after 4 hours. This allows the monitor to shut off after 4 hours of inactivity and prevents the extender from losing connection so the screen turns back on when moving the mouse as expected.
I am unable to view the signal when the camera is configured to output HDMI at 4K or when it outputs 1080P at 10bit 4:2:2. I had to reconfigure the camera to output 1080P 8bit 4:2:0 before it would finally start working. Unfortunately I do not have time to return these since the event is this week, but I will probably return them after the event and try a different brand.
I do have a field monitor and verified the HDMI signal out of the C200 works fine with the field monitor so I know it is not the HDMI port, the camera, or the cables.
The good news is that I did manage to get a combination of settings that work and successfully tested sending the 1080P signal 330' through STP outdoor burial grade CAT6 cable.