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  • Support HDMI 1.3/HDCP1.1 & 1.2
  • Support point-to-point, point-to-multipoint transmission and cascaded
  • Ethernet standards with international standards
  • Support interlaced and progressive display mode
  • Support IR extend, you can control the set-top box or Blu-ray receiving site with an infrared remote control transmitter
  • Pure hardware design, plug and play, no need to install additional software

Video Parameters


Video Resolution Support

640X480 @ 60fps    800X600 @ 60fps

1024X600 @ 60fps   1024X768 @ 60fps

1152X864 @ 60fps   1280X600 @ 60fps

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[email protected] 60fps   [email protected] 60fps

1440×900 @ 60fps   1600×900 @ 60fps

1660×1200 @ 60fps  1680×1050 @ 60fps

1920×1080 @ 60fps  1920 x1200 @ 60fps


Sampling Rate:32kHz, 44.1kHz and 48kHz

IR Support

38KHz; NEC code

HDMI version

HDMI 1.3

HDCP Version

HDCP 1.2

Other parameters


Power Input

DC input: 5V/2A

Maximum power consumption



 Dimensions (length – width – height)


Physical NW


Operating temperature / humidity

0℃  – 70℃  / 10% – 80%RH(Not frozen)

Storage temperature / humidity

-10℃  – 80℃/ 5% -90% RH(Not frozen)

To show you what it looks like when you use this PMP broadcast feature and have same signal on several remote HDMI monitors, we’ve set up 1 central HDMI over Ethernet transmitter with 4 LAN ports and 3 remote HDMI over Ethernet receivers. Check it out how it works live.


HDMI over Ethernet LAN 4 port Point to Multipoint Transmission System Transmitter side device (TX side)


HDMI over Ethernet LAN 4 port Point to Multipoint Transmission System Receiver side device (RX 4 port side)


HDMI over Ethernet LAN 1 port Point to Multipoint Transmission System Receiver side device (RX 1 port side)


Special Point to Multipoint 4 x Ethernet port version set – HDMI extender transmission system extends HD video and audio over Ethernet LAN networks, over TCP/IP standard, support one to many application over Ethernet. At the same time, it’s more convenient with infrared extensions to make remote control.

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