HDMIIPPRO HDMI OVER IP EXTENDER WITH POE 120M REMOTE IR H.264

HDMIIPPRO HDMI OVER IP EXTENDER WITH POE 120M REMOTE IR H.264
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Features

Considering extending your HDMI source over single CAT5e/Cat6 cables?

Foxtel iQ2 and iQ3 compatible

This HDMIIPPRO HDMI over IP Extender uses advanced H.264 compression type which transfers signal using lower bandwidth thus transmit more smoothly.

It supports 120m over a single CAT5e/6 cable at point to point. It also supports point to many and many to many transmission over ethernet switch.

A great HDMI over IP solution for meeting room, classroom and home etc.

The PRO version supports remote control and can be powered by PoE.

  • Using H.264 compression encoding, Supports resolution up to 1080p@60Hz
  • Transmit up to 120m over single CAT5e/6 cable with 1 looping HDMI output
  • With IR remote for source selection. LED front panel showing group ID
  • Complies with TCP/IP protocol, streaming bit rate is up to 15Mbps
  • Supports LPCM audio format
  • Supports DHCP for easy IP address assigning
  • By pass 2 way UART/RS232(Up to 115200), remote control can be used for selecting 8 group baud rate
  • Supports one to one, one to many, many to one, many to many modes
  • Can be powered by either power supply or PoE
  • HDCP compliant
  • Supports PC tool control

 

FAQs

I am having trouble changing IP address
Please click here for more information
What type of internet switches are ideal to be used with this product?
To ensure the best performance of HDMIIPPRO, a managedgigabit switch with IGMP(Internet group management protocol)snooping function is recommanded for many to many applications. In settings, make sure the IGMP is set to ON, and VLAN is set to OFF.
What type of internet switches are ideal to be used with this product?
To ensure the best performance of HDMIIPPRO, a managed gigabit switch with IGMP(Internet group management protocol) snooping function is recommended for many to many application.
In setting, depends on the managed switch, make sure the IGMP is set to enabled, refer to the image below.

Few other things you may need to look into as well,
If there is an option to turn off the VLAN, there may be no way to turn off the VLAN if it includes all the ports.
If there is an option to set the jumbo frame rate, always set to the maximum rate, such as 9216 bytes or 10240 bytes.

FYI. HDMIIPPRO has been tested working stably with 24 x Transmitters + 24 x Receivers application on Cisco 300 series IGMP switch, some customers are using TLSG2424 Tplink for 7x Transmitters + 7x Receivers. (below related product)
My Foxtel IQ2 IR remote control only works very short distance.
IR signal is affected by lots of things. Few things to check, the location of the IR emitter was put on the Foxtel, still not improved, you can try the IR emitter shield. HDMIPPRO unit has been tested fine with 4.5m range of the remote control. You can also try this IR emitter shield,Please click here for more information
I can’t get IR to work with Foxtel
There are two types of IR receivers that come in the box. Make sure you use the rectangular shaped one, as shown in the following image.

Does this unit work with the new Foxtel iQ3?
Yes. Just make sure your IR emitter is placed in the correct location. See the image below.
 

My Foxtel IQ2 IR remote control only works very short distance.
A: IR signal is affected by lots of things. Few things to check, the location of the IR emitter was put on the Foxtel, still not improved, you can try the IR emitter shield. HDMIPPRO unit has been tested fine with 4.5m range of the remote control. You can also try this IR emitter shield, 37168762.
 
How to Playback using VLC player software?

Please note VLC cannot playback videos covered by HDCP.

1. Open VLC player software and select "Media" then "Open Network Stream"

2.Select Network and IP address should be filled in

3. Select Stream in the drop down list at bottom right

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7. Click on Next to finish off streaming procedure

Note:  If you are using multiple transmitters to multiple receivers, you MUST change every TX and RX to unique IP addresses, in some cases, you may can still get the video stream, but not IR.

 

 

Packing contents

1x Transmitter

1x Receiver

1x IR-TX cable

1x IR-RX cable

1x Manual

4x Mounting Screws

4x Detachable Mounting Ears

2x Phoenix Plugs For RS232 Cable Termination

2x Remote Control

2x 5V 1A Power Supplies

 

Specifications

Performance
Protocol H.264 encoder over TCP/IP
Video Format 480i/480p/576i/576p/720o/1080p@60Hz
Audio Format LPCM, Audio sampling rate 48kHz
Bit Rate 15Mbps
HDCP Yes
IR Frequency 38-56kHz
RS232 Baud Rate

Default 2400bps-8 options

IP Setting & Group ID Setting
Default IP TX: 192.168.1.11; RX: 192.168.1.12
Group ID Group 00-Group 63
Switch/Router Requirements

Supports IGMP, DHCP

Transmitter Connections
Input 1x HDMI socket
Output 1x RJ45 output, 1x HDMI looping output
RS232 Phoenix RS232 port
IR IR TX port (supports 38k-56k Hz)

IR Ext port (supports 38kHz)

Receiver Connections
Input 1x RJ45 input
Output 1x HDMI socket
RS232 Phoenix RS232 port
IR IR RX port (supports 38k-56kHz)

IR Ext port (supports 38kHz)

General
Operating Temperature -5° – 35°C
Operating Humidity Range 5 to 90% RH
Power Supply DC 5V 1A
Power Consumption Max 3 watt
Dimension TX: 119×79.5x28mm ; RX: 119×79.5x28mm
Net Weight TX: 0.28kg ; RX: 0.28kg