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Kramer Electronics  HDMI over Twisted Pair Transmitter

Part #: KRAPT571  |   Mfg #: PT-571
 

The PT-571 is a DGKat™ twisted pair transmitter for HDMI signals. The PT-571 converts an HDMI signal to a single twisted pair signal and the PT-572+ converts the twisted pair signal back to an HDMI signal.

  • Max. Data Rate - 4.95Gbps (1.65Gbps per graphic channel).
  • HDTV Compatible.
  • HDCP Compliant.
  • DGKat™ Signal Integration - Kramer’s unique technology for converting TMDS as well as control and communication to signals that run over twisted pair cables. We strongly recommend using Kramer DGKat™ cables designed specifically for optimum performance.
  • HDMI Support.
  • 3D Pass-Through.
  • System Range - Up to 90m (295ft) at 1080i, or up to 30m (98ft) at 1080p on shielded BC−DGKat524 cable. Up to 90m (295ft) at 1080i, or up to 70m (230ft) at 1080p on shielded BC−DGKat623 cable. Up to 100m (330ft) at 1080i or up to 90m (295ft) at 1080p on shielded BC−DGKat7a23 cable.
  • Cable - Requires shielded twisted pair (STP) cable. For optimum range and performance use, use Kramer's BC-DGKat524 & BC-DGKat623 cables. Note that the transmission range depends on the signal resolution, graphics card and display used. The distance using non-Kramer CAT 5, CAT 6, and CAT 7 cables may not reach these ranges. Use only shielded cable where both ends of the shield are soldered to ground.
  • EDID PassThru - Passes EDID signals between the source and display.
  • Status LED - Lights red when receiving power only, orange when output and power are attached, and yellow when both an active input and output are attached.
  • Power Connect™ System - A single connection to the transmitter powers the receiver.
  • Ultra-Compact Pico TOOLS™ - 4 units can be rack mounted side−by−side in a 1U rack space with the optional RK−4PT rack adapter.

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