Model Number: BHDBT-R-SI-LR
HDBaseT HDMI over Cat5e/6/6a Extender Receiver, Serial and IR, 4K x 2K UHD/1080p, Up to 328 ft. (100 m)
- Extends a 3840 x 2160 (4K x 2K) signal up to 328 ft. (100 m)
- Extends a 1080p @ 60 Hz signal up to 328 ft. (100 m)
- Supports 7.1-channel surround sound, DTS-HD and Dolby TrueHD
- Mounts easily to wall, rack or pole
- Plug and play—no software or drivers to install
The BHDBT-R-SI-LR HDBaseT Extender Receiver works in tandem with the Tripp Lite BHDBT-Series matrix transmitter in your HDBaseT installation to extend uncompressed HDMI video and audio, RS-232 serial and IR remote control signals.
Using a single Cat5e/6/6a cable, the BHDBT-R-SI-LR can extend a 1920 x 1080(1080p) signal at 60 Hz or an Ultra High Definition(UHD) 3840 x 2160(4K x 2K) video signal up to 328 feet(100 m). To further extend and expand your installation, you can insert up to five BHDBT-TR-SI-LR Extender Transceivers between the receiver and transmitter for a total range up to 2,000 feet(610 m) with a monitor connected to each transceiver.
You can control RS-232 serial devices, such as touchscreen displays or scanners, at baud rates up to 115 Kbps. The 2-way IR Remote Control feature(@ 39 KHz) lets you also control your Blu-ray player using its remote when at the remote monitor and vice versa. The monitor connects to the rear locking HDMI port(ideal for use with Tripp Lite’s P569-006-LOCK High-Speed HDMI cables with locking connectors) that prevents the cable from coming loose or undone, ensuring an intact signal.
The BHDBT-R-SI-LR supports 7.1-channel surround sound, DTS-HD and Dolby TrueHD audio, as well as 3D video, EDID and HDCP. Included mounting hardware lets you attach the receiver to a wall, rack or pole. Sets up quickly with no software to download or install.
- Connects to Tripp Lite BHDBT-Series matrix transmitter with a single Cat5e/6/6a cable
- Extends an Ultra High Definition(UHD) 3840 x 2160(4K x 2K) signal or High Definition 1920 x 1080(1080p) @ 60 Hz signal up to 328 ft.(100 m)
- Supports 7.1-channel surround sound, DTS-HD and Dolby TrueHD audio
- Supports 36-bit Deep Color(12 bits per channel), CEC pass-through, 3D video, EDID and HDCP
- Add up to 5 BHDBT-TR-SI-LR Extender Transceivers to further expand the range of your installation up to 2,000 ft.(610 m) with a monitor attached to each transceiver
Allows You to Control Other Devices
- 2-way 39 KHz IR Remote Control functionality lets you control your Blu-ray player with its remote while standing at the remote monitor(and vice versa)
- RS-232 serial port supports 115 Kbps full-duplex baud rates for devices such as scanners and touchscreen monitors
Easy to Set Up and Use
- Plug-and-play engineering—no software or drivers to download and install
- Included mounting hardware lets you install each unit on a wall, rack or pole
- Locking HDMI port(ideal for use with Tripp Lite’s P569-006-LOCK HDMI cables) prevents cable from coming loose or disconnected, ensuring an intact signal
- Compliant with the Federal Trade Agreements Act(TAA) for GSA Schedule purchases
- BHDBT-R-SI-LR HDBaseT HDMI over Cat5e/6/6a Extender Receiver
- IR-IN cable
- IR-OUT cable
- 3.5 mm Male to DB9 Female adapter cable
- 3.5 mm Male to DB9 Male adapter cable
- External Power Supply with NEMA 1-15P Plug (Input: 100–240V, 50/60 Hz, 0.5A; Output: 5V, 3A)
- Mounting hardware
- Owner’s Manual
Frequently Asked Questions
The technology was developed to work with the most basic LAN infrastructure, namely Cat5e cables, and indeed there are many HDBaseT projects running on this cable. Having said that, feedback from installers and integrators determined that best practices is to use Cat6 cable in HDBaseT installations, for better performance and error-free transmission.
Yes. HDBaseT is the only standard that delivers uncompressed Ultra-HD 4K video for up to 100m.
Unlike other HD distribution technologies currently available, HDBaseT is the only technology that enables long-reach wired connectivity for up to 100 meters (328 feet) for uncompressed ultra-HD multimedia content and up to 100 watts of charging power via a single cable. HDBaseT is optimized for video applications and can connect all HDBaseT-enabled home entertainment devices by providing the 5Play convergence. Other existing solutions may require a specific cable and/or new proprietary connectors while HDBaseT utilizes existing Ethernet infrastructure.
Class A is the original HDBaseT standard, supporting the 5Play feature set: ultra-high-definition audio & video, controls, Ethernet, USB and power, over a single 100m/328 ft LAN cable. Class B was created to provide a more cost-effective solution for industry applications, seeking selected HDBaseT functionality at shorter distances. Class B support transmission distances of up to 70m/230ft, and does not support Ethernet functionality.
No. Not every HDBaseT product (transmitter, receiver or transceiver) has the same feature set or the same transmission capabilities, even if they meet the same standard. Always check specific products to determine compatibility with the types of signals you need to transmit and the distance requirements of your installation. For example, HDBaseT Class B solutions lack Ethernet functionality and transmit over shorter distances than products that meet the original standard.
Additional FAQs may be available on the BHDBT-R-SI-LR model support page.
- Connecting Video Sources to Displays: HDBaseT Solutions
- HDMI: Getting the (Digital) Picture
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