The Model UV1 is a single channel UTP (CAT5) VGA video extender consisting of a sender (UV1-S) and a receiver (UV1-R) sold together as a pair. The sender converts a PC's VGA signal into a format that can be transmitted using a single inexpensive and commonly available Category-5 Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) cable with RJ45 connectors, which is used in most Local Area Networks. At the receiving (remote) end the Cat5 signal is converted back to VGA for connection to your monitor, projector or other display device.
The sender and receiver are each housed in a small plastic enclosure and include a HD15 video connector and a RJ45 connector for the Cat-5 cable. Included with the pair of devices are: one small power adapter (can be powered at either end), and a short adapter cable for easy connection to the standard HD-15 connector of the PC.
The Mini-Cat® brand extenders can drive CAT5 LAN cables to 500 feet (150 meters) with little to no degradation of video quality.
- Eliminates the need for bulky, expensive and hard to build multi-coaxial cables for High-Resolution A/V extension
- Amplifies the signal for clean and crisp transmission
- Differential signaling eliminates ground loops and noise
- Handles resolutions up to 1920x1440 at 60Hz
- Rugged, Reliable, Compact size
- Only one end requires power in most applications. Power supply can be connected at the sending or the receiving end, whichever convenient.
- Drive standard CAT5 cables to 500 feet for (VGA and Component Video) or to 2000 feet for (Composite Video + Audio)
Dimensions: UV1-Sender & UV1-Receiver each 0.8" H x 1.7" W x 4.5" L
Weight: 2 lbs. (shipping)
Power Supply: From utility-power (mains) outlet, through included external power adapter. Output Voltage: 6v to 9v DC Center-Positive. Current requirement 500 ma max
Max Distance: Up to 500 ft. (150 m) for VGA and Component Video models, or 2000 ft (609 m) for Composite Video and Audio models
Resolution: Up to 1920x1440 non-interlaced at 60Hz
Standards: VGA, SVGA, XGA, or UXGA video
Video Types: VGA through UXGA, RGBS, RGsB (sync on green), or YpbPrBlock Diagram