Altinex TP115-201/202


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Altinex TP115-201/202

A/V to twister pair receiver/transmitter
Transmit video (computer or component), stereo audio (analog or digital), RS-232, and IR signals over a single twisted pair-type (CAT-5) cable with the Altinex TP115-201/202 transmitter/receiver. Take advantage of existing cable infrastructure while providing an effective means of distributing these signals up to 300'. The transmitter provides buffered local outputs with the same format as the input. When a local monitor is connected, the TP115-201 passes the EDID (Extended Display Identification Data) data from the monitor to the computer video source; otherwise Altinex' built-in EDID data is passed to the video source. The TP115-201 and TP115-202 support analog audio with RGBHV video and optical/digital audio with YPbPr component video. The receiver accepts the twisted pair signal from the transmitter and decodes the video, audio, and control signals for output to a projector, display, amplifier, speakers, etc.
800-ALTINEX
solutions@altinex.com
www.altinex.com


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