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Kramer PT-571HDCP Transmitter

Kramer PT-571HDCP Transmitter
214 €
Price includes VAT and free shipping (where applicable)
item number 253300
sales unit 1 piece
available since October 2010
sales rank 40518
(more)
sales rank 40518 at thomann.de 24 in this category (Details)

Kramer PT-571HDCP, twisted-pair transmitter for DVI signals, converts the DVI to twisted pair signal and the PT-572HDCP (our artnr. 253301)converts the twisted pair signal back to a DVI signal.Max. Data Rate - 1.65Gbps, HDTV compatible, HDCP compliant, system range - Up to 90m (295ft) at SXGA, or up to 30m (98ft) at UXGA on shielded BC-DGKat5 cable, up to 90m (295ft) at SXGA, or up to 70m (230ft) at UXGA on shielded BC-DGKat6 cable, up to 100m (330ft) at SXGA, or up to 80m (265ft) at UXGA on shielded BC-DGKat7 cable, cable - STP (shielded twisted pair) such as CAT 5

  • 3-year Thomann warranty
  • 30-day money-back guarantee

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