Cabletronix Announces THE NEW CT-HDVD-EXT-IR120 HDMI EXTENDER OVER CAT5E CABLE

The CableTronix HDVD-EXT-IR120 delivers excellent performance at a competitive price.

September 17th 2013 - West Chester, PA - North American Cable Equipment, Inc. is proud to release the CableTronix brand plug and play CT-HDVD-EXT-IR120 HDMI over single Cat5E/6 cable extender. This easy to install unit allows for transmission of both HDMI up to 1080P and IR signals over twisted pair up to a distance of 120 feet.


The HDVD-EXT-IR120 features both HDMI 1.3b and HDCP compliance, and integrates two way IR signal passage between destination and source devices. This unit also incorporates advanced features such as automatic equalization, automatic gain control, and internal electrostatic discharge protection. Easy to read LED indicators confirm link status.

"The CableTronix HDVD-EXT-IR120 delivers excellent performance at a competitive price. With the ability to cascade units for greater transmission length, the HDVD-EXT-IR120 can solve previously impossible HDMI runs" said Aaron Starr, NACE CEO. "We believe these plug and play systems are a great addition to the CableTronix brand, and offer dealers, installers, and system integrators considerable value and efficiency while satisfying customer requirements", continued Starr.

The Dealer price for the new HDVD-EXT-IR120 is $129.90 Full Specification can beseen at this link:

http://www.northamericancable.com/specsheets/CT-HDVD-EXT-IR120.pdf

About North American Cable Equipment, Inc.

North American Cable Equipment, Inc. was founded in 1992 with headquarters in West Chester Pennsylvania, and distribution centers in Missouri and Nevada. NACE is the manufacturer of five brands available through distribution: CableTronix, SecurityTronix, FiberTronix, DataTronix, and Symphonic Designs.

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