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Black Box Displays 4K Video on Distant Monitors

DisplayPort is quickly becoming the preferred display connection technology. Its high bandwidth supporting up to 4K video resolutions and the latching connector makes it an ideal choice in any AV application, but the distance limitation can be a major challenge.

The new 4K DisplayPort extender from Black Box enables video to be sent to distant monitors up to 100 m (330 ft.) away. It uses HDBaseT technology to transmit video, audio, RS-232, power, and USB signals over a single CAT6 cable. This is one of the first products on the market to enable extension of DisplayPort and audio as well as support for USB 2.0 keyboard and mouse or any other USB device.

UVX-DP-TP-100M RPCS

UVX-DP-TP-100M RPCS

UVX-DP-TP-100M Features

  • Transmit uncompressed, native 4K @ 30 Hz UHD DisplayPort signals.
  • Supports resolutions up to 4K, including 3840 x 2160 and 1080p/60 Deep Color.
  • Simultaneously transmits bidirectional analog stereo audio.
UVX-DP-TP-100M

UVX-DP-TP-100M

Product Details

  • With USB 2.0 passthrough, you can extend keyboard and mouse or other peripheral signals.
  • Use HDBaseT technology for the highest quality and reliability.
  • Use 48 V PoH (Power over HDBaseT) to power received unit from the transmitter.
  • Transmit 330 feet (100 meters) over CAT6A/CAT7 cables.
  • HDCP 2.2 compliant and supports EDID transmission.
  • Easy, plug-and-play setup. No software or drivers to install.
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