This HDBaseT 2.0 Transmitter and Receiver set (sold separately) provides for the extension of 4K video with HDR and high bitrate audio over a single Cat.6a/7 cable at distances of up to 100m. This extender set complies with the advanced HDCP 2.2 and HDMI 2.0 standards, as well as supporting the legacy HDCP 1.x and HDMI 1.x standards. Despite HDBaseT’s 10.Gbps bandwidth limitation, 4K UHD HDMI video sources, up to and including 4K@60Hz (4:4:4, 8-bit) as well as 10/12-bit sources with HDR, are able to be processed and extended by the use of AVLC (Adaptive Visually Lossless Compression) when connected to a compatible AVLC Receiver. These extenders can also pass RS-232, IR, Ethernet, and multiple audio streams across the same cable that carries the video signal.
The Audio Return Channel (ARC) channel feature allows audio generated by an ARC-enabled TV connected to the Receiver to be to be sent back to the Transmitter and output over the optical output for local playback. Rounding out the feature set is automatic HDBaseT clock stretching and TMDS re-clocking support. The 48V PoH (Power over HDBaseT) feature allows the Receiver (PD) to be powered directly by the Transmitter (PSE), eliminating the need for a separate power supply for the Receiver.
HDMI with HDR, 3D & 4K@60Hz support, DVI 1.0 compatible
HDCP 2.2 and HDCP 1.x compliant
Supports up to 4K UHD (18Gbps, 4K@50/60Hz 4:4:4, 8-bit) video input and output
Supports Deep Color input and output up to 12-bit
Supports 10-bit and 12-bit HDR (High Dynamic Range) input/output
Supports CEC bypass
Simultaneous transmission of uncompressed video, audio and data over a single Cat.6a/7 cable up to 100m/328ft at 4K
HDBaseT feature support: HD Video and Audio, 100BaseT Ethernet, 48V PoH, bidirectional optical audio, and Control (bidirectional IR/RS-232 passthrough)
Integrated AVLC (Adaptive Visually Lossless Compression) activates when the bandwidth requirements of the source are beyond 10.2Gbps (340MHz) allowing for sources up to 18Gbps (600MHz) to be sent to a compatible Receiver with no loss of visual quality
The AVLC feature allows manual selection between High Quality Mode (Full bandwidth) and Standard Mode (Lower bandwidth, useful for longer cable runs with 4K sources)
Supports the Audio Return Channel (ARC) function to transmit digital audio from an ARC-enabled TV connected to the Receiver back to the Transmitter
Supports HDMI DDC bus clock stretching for improved compatibility with certain Blu-ray players
Performs TMDS re-clocking and signal re-generation for improved signal integrity
Supports standard 48V PoH from Transmitter (PSE) to Receiver (PD) (compatible Transmitters and Receivers only)