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Hall Research 4-Port Video and Audio Over UTP Extender Transmitter (UVA-4)

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Hall Research 4-Port Video and Audio Over UTP Extender Transmitter (UVA-4)

Brand: Hall Research           P\N: UVA-4           UPC: 643765555288

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Description


Hall Research The UVA-4 from Hall Research is an unshielded twisted pair VGA video splitter/sender with audio. It provides support for a local monitor at a transmitter. There are multiple Cat5 outputs that transmit video and audio on one cable. Using this splitter/sender eliminates the need for bulky, expensive and hard to build multi-coaxial cables for high-resolution A/V extension.

Key Features
  • Amplifies the signal for clean and crisp transmission
  • Differential signaling eliminates ground loops and noise
  • Handles resolutions up to 1920x1440 at 60Hz
  • Rugged, reliable, and a small compact size
  • Drive standard Cat5 cables to 1000 feet




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