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SmartAVI HDX400S HDMI 4-Port Transmitter Over a Single CAT6 Cable HDX-400
Manufacturer: SmartAVI
Mfg Number: HDX-400
UPC: 813280015448
SKU: HDX400S
Condition: New
SmartAVI HDX400S HDMI 4-Port Transmitter Over a Single CAT6 Cable HDX-400
Product TypeVideo Extender/Splitter
Brand NameSmartAVI
ManufacturerSmart Audio Video Innovation
Product ModelHDX-400
Product NameHDMI 4-Port Transmitter Over a Single CAT6 Cable
Manufacturer Part NumberHDX400S
Manufacturer Website Addresshttp://www.smartavi.com
Graphics ModesWUXGA
Maximum Video Resolution1920 x 1200
Twisted Pair Cable StandardCategory 6
Media Type SupportedTwisted Pair
Maximum Operating Distance150 ft
Number of Input Devices Supported1
Connectivity TechnologyWired
Number of Network (RJ-45) Ports3
Network (RJ-45)Yes
Number of HDMI Inputs1
Number of HDMI Outputs1
HDMI InYes
HDMI OutYes
Country of OriginUnited States
Package Contents
  • HDMI 4-Port Transmitter Over a Single CAT6 Cable
  • PS5VD2A Power Supply
Height8.8"
Width3.8"
Depth5"
Limited Warranty1 Year
SmartAVI's HDX-400 is an innovative solution to extending any HDMI signal - be it a gaming console, Blu-ray player, computer, etc. - over inexpensive CAT6 STP cabling up to 150 feet away to three remote display screens and one local screen for real-time monitoring of content.This is the perfect solution for broadcasting high-definition media easily and inexpensively from a source to three display screens for customers to view while keeping the CPU in a remote, secure location, such as a computer room or the back office of a business. Utilizing the HDX-400, users can monitor what's being shown to customers in real-time via a local display, while retaining full control over the CPU or HDMI source, accessible only by key personnel. The HDX-400 utilizes three HDX-100 receivers and enables the user to send the same signal from their local display to three remote displays. The HDX-100 is a compact unit that is easily integrated into a digital display network such as in a retail store or bar/lounge. The transmitter and receiver units are extremely compact, which makes inclusion into a user's infrastructure very