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VGA+audio wall-plate video extender (up to 500 feet) over CAT-5
supporting up to 1920x1200 @ 60Hz 100 feet; 1280x1024 @ 60Hz 500 feet and wide-screen monitors
VE156 VGA over CAT-5 extender wall-plate extends VGA and audio signals up to 500 feet using CAT-5e cable. It supports popular wide screen formats and ensures excellent video quality over long distance transmissions. VE156 combination can further extend the distance or multiply sources/displays.
VE156 can be powered at either the Transmitter or Receiver side, and uses a second CAT-5e cable to transmit the power signal.
VE156's compact wall plate design does away with bulky cables and allows a neat and convenient installation. It is an ideal solution for function rooms, museums and any environment that requires equipment or cabling to be kept hidden from public view.
Features and Benefits
• Uses two CAT-5e cables to connect the local and remote units – one to transmit video and audio, and another for power*
• Remotely powered from either the Transmitter or Receiver side**
• Extends the distance between VGA source and VGA display
• Superior video quality – up to 1920x1200 @ 60Hz 100 feet; 1280x1024 @ 60Hz 500 feet
• Adjustable gain control – manually adjusts signal strength to compensate for distance
• Supports wide screen formats
• Supports hot-plugging
• Decora type design is easily configurable to fit various wall plates
• LED indication of power sources / connection status
• Supports stereo audio
• Built-in 8KV/15KV ESD protection
• Easy installation
• Wall mountable type for a neat and cleaner installation
• Plug-and-play – no software installation required
1x VE156T VGA over CAT-5 extender wall-plate Transmitter
1x VE156R VGA over CAT-5 extender wall-plate Receiver
1x Terminal block connector
1x Power adapter
1x User instructions
* The second CAT-5e cable connection is required to remotely power on either the Transmitter or Receiver.
** A power adapter is provided with this package, and can be used at either the Transmitter or Receiver side, which in turn remotely powers the other unit.