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HDMI over Dual Cat5 Cat6 Extender Wall Plate Kit

HDMI over Dual Cat5 / Cat6 Extender Wall Plate Kit

Model Number: P167-000


  • Extends a 1080p (24Hz) or 1080i (60Hz) signal up to 150 ft. using 24Awg, Solid Wire Cat6* cabling (Tripp Lite N222-Series, or N224-Series )
  • Extends a 3D signal up to 100 ft. using 24Awg, Solid Wire Cat6 cabling
  • Supports 24-bit True Color (8-bits per channel)
  • Supports DTS-HD, Dolby True HD and 7.1 Channel Surround Sound Audio
  • Supports HDCP, EDID and DDC
  • No external power required
*When using Cat5 cable, the maximum extension distance is reduced by 50 ft.

Tripp Lite's HDMI Over Dual Cat5 Extender Wallplate Kit is the perfect solution for those who need to extend a HDMI signal over a long distance over two Cat5/6 cables.

  • When using 24Awg, Solid Wire Cat6 cable, a 1080p (24Hz) or 1080i (60Hz) signal can be extended up to 150 ft. from the source.
  • When using 24Awg, Solid Wire Cat6 cable, a 3D signal can be extended up to 100 ft.
  • When using 24Awg, Solid Wire Cat5 cable, a 1080p (24Hz) or 1080i (60Hz) signal can be extended up to 100 ft. from the source.
  • When using 24Awg, Solid Wire Cat5 cable, a 3D signal can be extended up to 50 ft.

Simply run two Cat5/6 cables between the local transmitter and remote receiver wallplates, and plug in standard Tripp Lite HDMI cables to the HDMI source and the display. The Green LED on the remote receiver wallplate lets you know that power from the source and monitor. When functioning properly, only the Green LED will be lit. If the Red LED is illuminated, it means that the remote receiver is not receiving a functional signal from the source.

The P167-000 comes with both local transmitter and remote receiver wallplates. DTS-HD, Dolby True HD and 7.1 Channel Surround Sound audio are supported, and it is compliant with HDCP, EDID and DDC. 24-bit True Color (8-bits per channel) is supported. No external power is required. Compliant with the Federal Trade Agreements Act (TAA) for GSA Schedule purchases.

Key Features

  • Extends a 1080p (24Hz) or 1080i (60Hz) signal up to 150 ft. using 24Awg, Solid Wire Cat6* cabling (Tripp Lite N222-Series, or N224-Series )
  • Extends a 1080p (24Hz) or 1080i (60Hz) signal up to 100 ft. using 24Awg, Solid Wire Cat5 cabling
  • Extends a 3D signal up to 100 ft. using 24Awg, Solid Wire Cat6 cabling, or up to 50 ft. using 24Awg, Solid Wire Cat5 cabling
  • Supports DTS-HD, Dolby True HD and 7.1 Channel Surround Sound Audio
  • Supports HDCP, EDID and DDC
  • Supports 24-bit True Color (8-bits per channel)
  • No external power required
  • Use Tripp Lite P568-Series HDMI cables from wallplates to devices
  • Compliant with the Federal Trade Agreements Act (TAA) for GSA Schedule purchases

Typical Applications

  • Home or Business theater installations where the HDMI display is more than 5 meters from the source

Package Includes

  • Local Transmitter and Remote Receiver Wallplates
  • 110 Punchdown Tool
  • (x4) Wallplate Screws
  • Owner's Manual

OVERVIEW

Intended Application Powering Devices
Model Type HDMI

PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Product Overview HDMI Over Cat5/6 Wallplate Extender Kit

CONNECTIONS

Connector A HDMI (FEMALE)
Connector B HDMI (FEMALE)

WARRANTY

Product Warranty Period (Worldwide) 1-year limited warranty

† Tripp Lite uses primary and third-party agencies to test its products for compliance with standards. See a list of Tripp Lite's testing agencies.

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This weekend I hooked up a new Model: P167-000 HDMI over Dual Cat5 Extender Wallplate Kit to work with my projector in my media room, however, every minute or so, sometimes more, the picture drops out on the HDMI connection. Then it returns. Frustrating. Sometimes the picture goes half away, sometimes it saturates to a different color of red. I have checked and confirmed the wiring, also I get a "Green" light on the remote end. I installed the unit per the instructions with the "Local" plug-in at the source and "Remote" end at the projector. There is only about 20 feet between the source and projector. The existing two CAT5e cables were in the ceiling so it was a great solution to get HDMI between the two places. Please offer up suggestions what I should do next.
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I do apologize for the inconvenience. The best thing to do is reach out to our main product support team.

The number is 773-869-1233 option 3 and email is techsupport@tripplite.com. Phone would be best as they can provide expedited over the phone troubleshooting.
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I figured out what was wrong last night. I have an HDMI hub between my sources and the remote projector. Once I removed the hub and went to just one of the sources, a PS3, everything cleared up. So the problem is my HDMI switch. I will try a different switch. Something a little better quality than the one that I bought.
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Is there a map showing which Cat-5E wire is what signal?
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How do I get a clear image?

I sending out a 1024 x 768 HDMI signal on the source side, traveling about 80' to a 42" LCD TV. Image is not nearly HDMI quality. Very grainy. TV is accepting the signal at 1024 x 768.
Using the P167000 HDMI over cat6 wall plates. Good green lite display plate.
Do I need an HDMI booster to clean up the poor signal?
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I'm sorry to hear about the problem your experiencing. Your length is well within the acceptable distance range, so I believe it is an installation problem. Our Tech Support Dept is well versed on problems associated with the P167-000 kit, so if you'd like, please email them, TechSupport@tripplite.com, and leave a number where they can contact you, to help you troubleshoot. Or, you can contact them at 1-773-869-1234. I'm sure there is a solution to your problem that they can quickly clear up.
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I purchased two of these units and both work fine individually but if I connect the newest one (just connected, which is about 10 feet longer than the original unit) it will not work. The original one still works however the new one's red light blinks continuously. This occurs even if the other TV is not on. However, if I unplug the original unit the new unit works great. I have everything running through an 8 port switch, only 4 items are connected to it and all ports are functioning. Is there a compatibility issue with running two units simultaneously? I have tried connecting a signal booster but it does not help.
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This is an issue best answered by Tripp Lite Technical Support. You can reach them at 1-773-869-1234. They will help troubleshoot the unit, and if necessary, issue a replacement.
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I hope one 4-pair cable is used for video and the other for the rest of the signals. At any rate, it should be possible to just use one Cat5/6 cable if all I want is the video portion. How should I connect for this configuration?
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Both cables have to be connected in order for video to be transmitted. One cable is not just for video, and one for audio...the HDMI signal as a whole needs both wires connected.
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