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Wireless HDMI Extender Transmitter + Receiver Kit (Up to 150M) with IR Remote Control Function


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Please note: The system does not support 1080I signals.

The wireless transmission system described offers an efficient and convenient way to transmit audio and video signals over wireless signals for distances up to 150m. Here’s a detailed breakdown:

Features

Wireless Transmission Distance: Provides a transmission distance of up to 150m, eliminating the need for long HDMI cables in conference rooms.
High-Quality Transmission: Supports high-definition videos up to 1080p @60Hz, ensuring clear and stable picture quality. It operates on a digital 5GHz frequency for high-speed transmission.
Infrared Remote Control Function: Allows control of the HDMI source device from the receiver using an IR controller, providing convenience for users without needing to access the source directly.
Compatibility: Compatible with HDMI 1.3 and HDCP 1.2 compliant high-bandwidth digital content protection technology, ensuring seamless integration with various devices.
Built-in Equalization System: Ensures smooth, clear, and stable picture quality by adjusting for signal degradation over long distances.
Plug & Play Installation: Offers simple and convenient installation, requiring no complicated cable or wire setups.
Expandable: Can support up to 4 receivers to 1 transmitter, providing flexibility for multi-display setups.

Specifications

Wireless Range: Transmit up to 150m in an open environment, but may decrease to 50m or less through walls or environments with signal interference.
Infrared Control: Supports infrared remote control for manipulating the HDMI source device from the receiving end.
Resolution Support: Supports resolutions up to 1920x1080P@60Hz and down, ensuring compatibility with most displays on the market.
Signal Protocol: Uses standard TCP/IP protocol to transmit video and audio signals simultaneously via wireless signals.

Pairing Instructions

Power Off Units: Unplug both units from power.
Connect HDMI Cable: Use a single HDMI cable to connect the input port of one unit to the output port of the other unit.
Power On Units: Plug both units back into power.
Observe STA LED: Note the status of the STA LED light, which should be flashing rapidly.
Wait for Pairing: Wait until the LED stops flashing and becomes solid on both units, indicating a successful pairing.
Complete Pairing: Once paired, remove the HDMI cable and connect devices as normal.

Additional Notes

The system utilizes a 5.8GHz frequency for wireless transmission, ensuring clearer and more stable images.
It supports resolutions up to 1920x1080P@60Hz and down, adapting to various display modes with the built-in EDID function.

Follow these steps if your image isn’t transferring from the transmitter (TX) extender to the receiver (RX) extender.

What You’ll Need

Two power adapters
TX extender unit
RX extender unit
Two HDMI cables
Display with an HDMI input port

TX Extender Ports

HD Out: Sends the HDMI signal out
HD In: Receives the HDMI signal
IR Out: Sends infrared signals (for controlling devices)
DC 5-12V: Power input

RX Extender Ports

HD Out: Sends the HDMI signal to your display
IR In: Receives infrared signals (for controlling devices)
DC 5-12V: Power input

Pairing Steps

Unplug Everything: Disconnect all HDMI cables and power adapters from both the TX and RX extenders.
Reset the Extenders: Plug the power back into the TX and RX extenders. Hold down the reset buttons on both the TX and RX extenders for 30 seconds. If successful, both unit lights should turn red.

Connect the Extenders with HDMI

Take one HDMI cable and connect one end to the TX extender’s “HD In” port. Connect the other end to the RX extender’s “HD Out” port.
Take another HDMI cable and connect one end to the TX extender’s “HD Out” port. Connect the other end to your display’s HDMI input port. This will allow you to see if the extenders pair successfully.

Verify Pairing

If paired successfully, your display should show a connection and a large QR code on the left side of the screen.
Both TX and RX extenders should have a solid blue light.
Ready for Use: If you followed these steps, your extenders should now be paired. You can disconnect the HDMI cable going directly from the TX extender to the RX extenders.

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