Black Box AVU4001A Wizard Multimedia Extender LP
Manufacturer: Black Box
UPC: 0822088056706
Condition: New
Black Box AVU4001A Wizard Multimedia Extender LP
Price $304.05
Out of Stock
Product TypeVideo Console/Extender
Brand NameBlack Box
ManufacturerBlack Box Corporation
Product NameWizard Multimedia Extender LP
Manufacturer Part NumberAVU4001A
Manufacturer Website Addresshttp://www.blackbox.com
Graphics ModesFull HD
Maximum Video Resolution1920 x 1080
Green CompliantYes
Green Compliance Certificate/AuthorityRoHS
Twisted Pair Cable StandardCategory 8
Media Type SupportedTwisted Pair
Maximum Operating Distance500 ft
Number of Output Devices Supported1
Number of Input Devices Supported1
Connectivity TechnologyWired
Number of Network (RJ-45) Ports2
Network (RJ-45)Yes
Number of VGA Outputs1
VGA OutYes
Number of VGA Inputs1
Limited Warranty2 Year
Description Wizard Multimedia Extender LP Quick Facts USB line powered. Great for video in areas short on outlets. Power from the host PC or a digital signage player with a USB port. Transmits full HD 1080p video as far as 500 feet (152.4 m). Further Details Includes a compact, simple-to-install transmitter and receiver. Save by using CATx cable already installed in your building-no expensive, hard-to-handle VGA cabling needed. Fully supports Display Data Channel (DDC) communications via standard stored settings or by emulation. Video adjustment on remote unit for controlling image sharpness on the display. The Wizard Multimedia LP enables you to simplify the infrastructure required for video-only digital signage extension. First of all, it's USB line powered. With no bulky power transformer to plug in, you can reduce clutter locally at the source and remotely at the display. The Wizard Multimedia Extender LP takes its power directly from a USB interface and extends that power over the link used for video, transmitting low-voltage power via a spare wiring pair to the receiver. This makes it great for digital signage in areas without abundant power outlets. It's also safer (in K-12 school settings, for example). Another benefit is it uses CAT5 or higher cabling for video extension. You can use non-networked copper runs already installed in your building (shielded, foil twisted-pair [FTP] cable recommended). It eliminates the need for expensive and and difficult-to-terminate VGA cables without sacrificing video quality for economy.