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HDMI Repeater (90 degree)

Item Code: HDCR
$149.95
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HDMI Repeater (90 degree)

This HDMI Repeater with the angle of 90 degree between input and output port, is designed to extend the range of a copper-based delivery system, maintaining high resolution in HDMI digital signal. A single repeater carries HD content at 1080p, UXGA up to 100 Feet. With Premium HDMI Copper Cable, our booster can provide a less expensive option than fiber optic cable. It equalizes and boosts the signal, allowing maximum resolution & digital noise free.

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HDMI Repeater (90 degree) Features:

  • High Quality Picture: No loss of resolution and digital noise, Repeaters are manufactured to deliver the highest quality video & audio by preserving the native resolution from the HDMI sources and eliminating any digital noise.
  • Corrects the signal loss from a longer length copper cable to the original native resolution and signal power.
  • Extend up to 200 feet - The maximum length of an interconnect cable recommended for this single repeater and must be use high quality copper cable to perform to the required resolution.
  • Repeater enables daisy chain connection up to 3 HDCR or HDPR.
  • DVI compatible use dvi-hdmi adapter.

HDMI Repeater (90 degree) Specifications:

  • Frequency Bandwidth: 1.65Gbps
  • Supporting Graphic Resolution: Computer signal up to WUXGA (1920 x 1200), ATSC HDTV signal up to 1080p
  • Inputs: HDMI Type A Female (single link) 90 degree 1 port
  • Outputs: HDMI Type A Female (single link) 1 port
  • Dual Power Source: Internal power from 18 pin of the HDMI transmitting device, or external power supply DC 5V 1.2A adapter included.
  • HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) Compliant.
  • Dimension: 2 mm x 2 mm x 0.75 mm (WxDxH,in)
  • HDCR Weight:(kg) 0.5 lb

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