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HDMI Extender with KVM - 1080p

Model Number: MVE-AH1E1-01UQ
The ENFORCER HDMI Extender with KVM allow you to transmit HDMI audio and video as well as a USB (2.0) signal up to 230ft (70m) over a single Cat6 cable using an active transmitter and receiver, allowing remote operation of a device such as a computer or NVR/DVR. The extenders also provide HDMI loop-out and KVM.
  • Display up to 1080p
  • Zero latency transmission up to 230ft (70m) over single Cat6/7
  • Supports USB keyboard and mouse (KVM)
  • Supports point to point connections
  • Transmitter includes HDMI loop-out
  • Lightning Protection, surge protection, and ESD protection.
  • Receiver has L/R audio outputs
Input video signal 3.3V
Input DDC signal 5Vp-p (TTL)
Maximum signal link range 230ft (70m)
Video formats supported High-speed HDMI, HDCP 1.4
Audio formats supported PCM, LPCM, DTS-HD, DTS-Audio
Output Video HDMI
Resolutions supported 1080p,1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i, 480p, 480i, 1920x1080, 1680x1050, 1440x900, 1366x768, 1280x960, 1280x720, 1024x768, 800x600
Range (Cat6/6A/7) Up to 230ft (70m)
Video input connector HDMI Type A 19-pin female
Maximum input cable length 26ft (8m) AWG24
Video output connector HDMI Type A 19-pin female
Maximum output cable length 26ft (8m) AWG24
Cat6 Wiring standard T-568B
Operating voltage 5VDC
Power supply [email protected]
ESD Protection ±8kV (air-gap discharge), ±4kV (contact discharge)
Current Draw Transmitter & Receiver: <2.5W
Operating humidity 0~90%
Operating temperature -4°~140° F (-20°~60° C)
Dimensions 2-15/16"x3-3/8"x3/4" (74x85x19 mm)
Weight 6.3-oz (180g)

HDMI device does not function correctly
  • Use T568-B wiring standard
  • Make sure the extender is powered on both sides
  • Make sure the source and display are powered
  • Test the cable between the receiver and transmitter to make sure it is functional
  • Make sure there are no problems with the HDMI source, HDMI cables, or HDMI display by plugging the source directly into the display using an HDMI cable

Screen flickering or brief image loss
  • Use a higher grade of twisted pair category cable (Cat6/7 is recommended)
  • Switch the source device to a lower HDMI output (e.g., 1080p to 1080i)
  • Restart the handshake process by powering everything down then powering up and connecting each device in succession starting with the HDMI source