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  • Hall Technologies EX-LYNX-RX - HDMI over Cat6 Extender, Receiver

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    The Hall Technologies LYNX Series (transmitter and receiver sold separately) is a HDMI extension solution for high resolution 4K graphics at a value price point. LYNX extends Ultra HD 4K 60Hz video signal with audio and control, up to 60m (197ft) over a single Cat6 cable. Both the LYNX-TX and the LYNX-RX include local audio de-embedding via 3.5mm stereo output.

    The LYNX-TX transmitter includes a Local Loop Output to allow for monitoring and playback status of the local source. The LYNX-RX receiver also includes a Loop Output via RJ45, to allow up to eight receivers to be cascaded to create a larger distribution solution and/or to enable greater distribution distance. LYNX supports bi-directional pass-through for source and display control and comes with a pair of infrared emitters.*

    Features
    • Simple and quick distribution for HDMI video signals
    • 4k2k@60Hz 4:4:4 signal extends up to 60 meters over a single Cat6 cable
    • Supports Ultra HD resolution 4K/2K@60Hz, 4:4:4
    • Supports HDR (High Dynamic Range)
    • Bi-directional IR supported*
    • Supports Local Loop Output
    • Support for mixing EDID for better compatibility
    • Resolutions: 4K2K, 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i, 480p, 480i
    • HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2/HDCP 1.4
    • LED status display
    • Max transfer rate: 18 Gbps
    • Color depth: 12 bit
    • Supports uncompressed audio signals such as LPCM
    • Supports compressed audio signals, such as DTS digital, Dolby digital (including DTS-HD and Dolby True HD)
    • PoC (Power over Cable) - This means either transmitter or receiver is powered by a 12v power adapter, the other device doesn’t need a power supply.

    *RS232 and IR can only be used between the transmitter and the first receiver, if multiple receivers are cascaded.