HDMI Extender over Coax Cable - Up to 2297 FT

SKU
47-450-018
Plug & Play | 1080p | 2297 ft HDMI Extension | Metal Housing | RG6 | F Ports
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HDMI Extender over Coax Cable - Up to 2297 FT

This HDMI Extender allows the user to extend an HDMI Signal up to 700 meters (2297 ft) with RG6 Coax Cable.  This extender includes a sender and a reciever and utilizes F female ports to connect coax cables.  For runs less than 100M, an attenuator may be needed.  Make sure that RX and TX units are both set to the same channel.


Specifications:

  • Easy installation with F Coax
  • Max distance with RG6: 2297 ft
  • Supports resolutions up to 1080p
  • 5V DC Power included with both transmitter and receiver
  • Add on recievers to further expand this products versitility
  • Additional Recievers sold seperately. 
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