Transmit HDMI over Cat.6

TV One introduce three new units to their Cat.6 product line

TV One are grabbing the HDMI headlines again with the introduction of three brand new units to the marketplace. These three HDMI over Cat.6 units consist of transmitter, repeater and receiver, enabling HDMI signals to be sent over longer distances without loss of signal quality. This clever new system will be making it's European Tradeshow debut at the upcoming ISE Exhibition being held in Amsterdam in February 2009, and if you cannot wait that long then do not worry as all three units are available now for shipping across the world.


This clever new system consists of the 1T -CT -611 Transmitter and the 1T -CT -612 Receiver which allow the transmission of HDMI or DVI -D up to 45 metres (150 feet) with zero signal loss for 1080p/8 bit signals and up to 15 metres (50 feet) with zero signal loss for 1080p/12 bit signals. These distances can be doubled with the use of the new 1T -CT -613 Repeater. All three of these units can accommodate deep colour (12 bit) v1.3 HDMI and DVI -D signals at resolutions up to 1920x1200 and 1080p plus digital, embedded, lossless audio. For normal operation two Cat.5/6 Cables are required for the main signal and for the HDCP/DDC signal.

Like most other products available within the TV One -Task range, this new HDMI over Cat.6 system use TV One's unique locking power connectors to enhance overall system mechanical security and have a recommended retail price of £65 (€84) for the 1T -CT -613, £68 (€86) for the 1T -CT -611 and £85 (€108) for the 1T -CT -612.

More information regarding these HDMI Cat.6 units along with the entire TV One product range can be found on the website www.tvone.eu. Alternatively you can contact the European Sales and Technical Department on +44 (0) 1843 873311 or at sales.europe@tvone.com.

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