- Uses ordinary CATx cable - much cheaper than long VGA cable runs.
- The system supports cloning of EDID information from the remote displays.
- Offers quick, easy setup. OS system independent.
- High-impact injection molded design.
- Very compact. Hides easily out of sight.
Simplify a multiscreen HD video extension with this CATx-based VGA distribution solution. The Wizard Multimedia Extender LP solution extends analog video as far as 500 feet (152.4 m) using solid-conductor CATx cable*.
Used with the separately sold Wizard Multimedia Extender LP 4-Port Transmitter (AVU4004A), the receiver featured here enables you to use CATx wiring already installed in your building to extend Full HD 1080p video.
The Wizard Multimedia Extender LP broadcasts maximum resolutions at maximum distances - going farther than what's ordinary possible or practical with standard VGA cabling runs.
Each receiver is line powered from the transmitter end via the CATx cable, so there's no need for a bulky power supply. This feature makes it ideal for rooms where you're short on outlets, as well as reducing the number of cords around or behind screens.
The receiver also features video adjustment to control picture sharpness on your connected video screen. Just use a screwdriver to adjust the sharpness of the video image.
Be sure to order a receiver for each display in your application.
The Wizard Multimedia Extender LP is great for:
- Control centers
- Corporate signage networks
- Healthcare and medical imaging
- Classroom video distribution
- Broadcast/AV production studios
- Retail store applications
- Banking and financial video
- Military and government deployments
* NOTE: Distance depends on the characteristics and quality of the cable and the type of VGA source and display. Low-skew cables are recommended for distances over 164 feet (50 m).
- Attaches to a screen in a Wizard Multimedia Extender LP 4-Port Transmitter application. Extends maximum resolutions at a maximum distance of 500 feet (152.4 m).
- No need for external power. Great for video in areas short on outlets.