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UP TO 50M 1080p 70M 1080i

Code: 43150976

0.0860 kg
14 IN
$99 inc GST
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The DE01ERK DVI Extender allows transmission of DVI signals up to a distance of 70m over CAT5 UTP Cable. This allows the user to connect devices using thin, long, flexible, cost effective CAT5e/6 cables rather than short, bulky and expensive DVI Cables. With he embedded EDID in theTransmitting adaptor, the PC will still send the digital video even when the monitor is disconnected or off. The usercan then relocate the monitor without the need to reboot thesystem or source device. This means set-up is a breeze.

Resolution Distance
1024x768 70
1280x1024 50
1440x900 50
1600x900 50
1920x1200 50

*Transmission distance will be affected by Source & Monitor devices and cable quality
  • Includes DE01ET transmitter and DE01ER Receiver,
  • Used and supplied in pairs
  • Receiver gets power from Transmitter
  • Transmitter provides power from DVI Source, or Micro USB input when DVI Source is insufficient
  • Built-in LED indication
  • Supports resolutions up to 1920x1200
  • Supports up to 70m transmission of 1024x768 signals


Video Bandwidth 1.65 Gbps ( DVI 1.1)
Resolution Up to 1920 x 1200 @60hz
Input TMDS Video Signal 1.2 volts p-p
Input DDC Signal 5 volts p-p (TTL)
Link Cable Distance 1024x 768@70M
DVI Connector DVI-D 29-pin
Link Connector RJ-45 Shielded x1
Power Supply none
Temperature Operation: 0 to 55°C, Storage: -20 TO 85°C, Humidity: up to 95%
Dimensions (W x H x D mm) DE01ERK 40 × 56 × 24.5
Weight g DE01ERK: 50g


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