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Yet another really useful way to get HDMI from one place to another, the PCE122 can send ultra high quality HDMI v1.3 over a single coaxial cable! (RG6 or RG59). It can send full HD 1080P at up to 120M or 720P up to 230M, both with full 7.1 channel audio. The conversion is fully digital (HDMI to SDI and back again) with no additional compression and gives you crystal clear HD at long distances.
The PCE122 also contains a built-in 1 to 2 Coaxial Splitter to drive two separate receivers and each receivers has a loop-through to daisy chain additional receivers as required. Cables are connected via BNC for a secure, vibration resistant connection.
* 120M HDMI 1080p video and 7.1 channel audio One Cable transmission with Ultra High Quality Video
* Features World Leading Single Coaxial Transmission, designed to simplify Installation
* 1080p 120M / 720p 230M long distance Ultra High Quality Video with 7.1 channels surround sounds transmission
* Up to 7.1 channels audio, Dobly® Digital / Dobly® TruHD/DTS®-HD pass-thru
* Built-in 1 to 2 Coaxial Splitter in Sender and One Coaxial Cascade output in Receiver for great extension flexibility
* Support 5 layers Cascadable for up to 600M 1080p video transmission and up to 10 TVs/Displays/Projectors connected
* BNC connector designed for solid coaxial connection
* HDMI v1.3b, HDCP Compliant
* Hassle free plug-n-play, install in seconds
* Power Supply 5vDC/2A
Most buildings have legacy co-ax already installed and the PCE122 provides an easy upgrade to HDMI without having to pull new cables through. The dual transmitter outputs and receiver daisy-chaining provide multi-room support. Many projectors will be already be cabled with multiple coax runs for RGB / Component so you can use just one of the coax runs to upgrade to HDMI.
The PCE122 is also ideally suited to digital signage applications as it's 120m 1080p range overcomes many problems encountered by other solutions.
Please see here for a list of ready made BNC to BNC cables ideal for use with this system.
The system ships with some BNC to "F" connector adaptors. We can also supply BNC to RF aerial adaptors KA182 although we recommend BNC or "F" to BNC wherever possible as this wil give the most secure connection for reliable results.
Sender (with IR) PCE122SIR
Sender (without IR) PCE122S
Receiver (with IR) PCE122RIR
Receiver (without IR) PCE122R
Pair of mounting brackets (one pair needed per unit to be mounted) MK100
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1 David on 17 Nov 2011 asked :
" Would it be advisable to use HD-SDI coax rather than normal RG59?"
Keene replied: Yes this would be ideal.
2 John C on 14 Jun 2011 asked :
" Will the unit handle 3D a)from a Sky HD box and b) from a BD player?"
Keene replied: No.
3 David B on 17 Apr 2011 asked :
" I'm puzzled... The Aavara HDMI over IP utilises high quality networking components (which I do have), and yet still needs to implement ?lossless (ahem!) compression. Yet this gadget in effect can do better with one shielded copper wire (coax)? Just makes no sense... If I go with the PB5000 should I buy the QU-4 or QU14s splitter amplifier to reduce network traffic for less important outlets?"
Keene replied: In order to get HDMI across an IP network it is necessary to use compression. The PB5000 is "virtually" lossless in that you really can't tell the diffference; the PB900 is noticeable on very large (42"+) displays. Splitting the HDMI upstream of the HDMI over IP would have no effect on the actual network bandwidth. It is possible to connect the PB5000 & PB900 directly - sender to receiver) via CAT5 and avoid connection to a router altogether. If using a router and more than one sender the PB5000 is more easily configured via the dip-switch; the PB900 would require VLAN configuration. Gigabit cabled network is best. The PCE122 is able to send HDMI uncompressed as it does not need to convert it to packet data and is in effect using the same technology as SDI on HD broadcast cameras.
4 Neil C on 17 Dec 2010 asked :
" Can the coax cable also carry other signals (e.g. FM/DAB/IrDA), or must it be dedicated to the HDMI distribution?"
Keene replied: It must be dedicated.
5 Jason M on 31 Oct 2010 asked :
"2 questions - 1) How many HDMI inputs can this take? 2) - the single coax socket feeds to a junction box which distributes coax cable to a single outlet in every room in the house. With a receiver in each room can I receive the HDMI signal in every room?"
Keene replied: 1/One but you could put a switcher in line before the PCE122. 2// Its unlikely to work through a distribution system but it should work100% reliably point to point. You can daisy chain to additional receivers to send to more than one location.
6 Keith Q on 27 Oct 2010 asked :
"The HDMI OVER SINGLE COAX CABLE SYSTEM, is this compatible with the Sky Remote Eye system i.e. can you use the sames co-ax. See http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/1-for-all-sky-remote-eye-01122400-pdt.html. I believe this works by sending a DC current down the co-ax to the remote i.e and the iR signal is sent back dwon the co-ax."
Keene replied: Unfortunately this will not work . You would need to run an IR system along side.
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