Fiber optic digital data transmission of high definition audio/video formats via interface HDMI allows a transfer of the signal over long distances without any noise and distortion.
HDMI is a standardized interface for transferring digital audio/video data using TMDS (Transition-Minimized Differential Signaling), a differential transfer of balanced signals with minimal overshoot levels. Evetron HDMI extenders use the data channel DDC (Display Data Channel) which provides information about connected display device to a source of signal. Extenders include HDCP encoding/decoding (High Definition Content Protection), the system of digital data in high-definition formats protection.
A fiber-optic appliance allows you to bypass the restrictions imposed by the cables based on copper conductors, and to transmit a signal much further without additional amplifiers and repeaters. An important feature is the low level of electromagnetic interference generated by the device at high speed data transmission.
The system consists of a set of transmitter and receiver connected by two duplex fiber optic patch cords with LC connectors for transmitting image data.
- Connector (transmitter): HDMI A type (male), SC connector (female)
- Connector (receiver): HDMI A type (male), SC connector (female)
- Optic Fiber: 1ch / Multi-mode (50/125μm)
- Pixel Clock: 225MHz (single link)
- Supporting resolution & distance
- WUXGA (1920x1200)60Hz / 300M (1,000ft.)
- 1080p (1920x1080)60Hz / 300M (1,000ft.)
- Power Consumption (transmitter): 1.3W (max)
- Power Consumption (receiver): 1.1W (max)
- Power Supply (transmitter): Optional
- Power Supply (receiver): 100~240V DC 5V, 2A
- Dimensions: 300Wx33Dx12H (mm)
- Operating Temperature Range: 0°C~50°C
- Storage Temperature Range: -20°C~70°C