Tripp Lite
1111 W. 35th Street
Chicago, IL 60609
+1 (773) 869-1776
+1 (773) 869-1329

VGA with Audio over Cat5/Cat6 Extender, Receiver, USB-Powered, 1440x900 at 60Hz, Up to 300 ft. (91.44 m), TAA


  • Works with a B13 or B13 Transmitter Unit to extend a VGA video and audio signal up to 300-ft. from the source
  • Extends a 1440 x 900 video and audio signal up to 150-ft, or a 1024 x 768 video and audio signal up to 300-ft.
  • 24AWG, Solid Wire Cat5e/6 cable (such as Tripp Lite's N20 Cat6 cables) is required to achieve maximum distance and resolution
  • Power is supplied via the included USB Micro-B cable; no external power supply required
  • Features built-in equalization and gain controls to adjust the video image
  • All operating systems supported
  • Plug and play; no software or drivers required
  • HDCP and EDID compliant
  • Ideal for digital signage installations for retail, schools, churches, etc.
  • Compliant with the Federal Trade Agreements Act (TAA) for GSA Schedule purchases

Package Includes

  • B132-100A-SR
  • USB Micro-B cable
  • Screwdriver for EQ/Gain adjustment
  • Owner's Manual
TAA compliant RoHS compliant


UPC Code037332185563
Product TypeCat5/Cat6 Receiver
TechnologyVGA/SVGA; Stereo Audio; Cat5/5e; Cat6
Max 720P Range (ft)150
Number of Displays1
Shipping Dimensions (hwd / in.)6.14 x 4.80 x 1.30
Shipping Weight (lbs.)0.37
Max 1024 x 768 Range (ft)300
Max 480P Range (ft)300
Max 1440 x 900 Range (ft)150
Max 480i Range (ft)300
Max 640 x 480 Range (ft)300
Max 800 x 600 Range (ft)300
USB Extension SupportNo
Side A - Connector 1RJ45 (FEMALE)
Side B - Connector 1HD15 (FEMALE)
Side B - Connector 23.5MM (FEMALE)
Driver RequiredNo
Built-In EqualizerNo
CertificationsCE, FCC, RoHS, REACH
ApprovalsCE, FCC, RoHS, REACH
Product Warranty Period (Worldwide)1-year limited warranty

Frequently Asked Questions

When video images are transmitted over cable, skew is a distortion in the image caused by the late arrival of one or more of the color signals. The delayed color signal is shifted to the right of other colors in the image, resulting in poor image quality. Skew is caused when high-resolution video signals are transmitted long distances over twisted pair cables. If the rate of twist varies between the pairs, each pair may be a different length and this can cause skew. A zero-skew cable is specifically designed for video transmission and has twisted pairs that are exactly the same length so the red, green and blue signals of the video arrive at exactly the same time.
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Tripp Lite
1111 West 35th Street
Chicago, Illinois 60609
United States

+1 (773) 869-1111 Main
1 773.869.1329 Fax

Business Hours
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