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HDBaseT HDMI Extender

AC1030 On-Q
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$481.48 USD

Extends HDMI and Internet signals up to 300 feet using Cat 5 or Cat 6 wiring. This device supports 3D video and 1080p resolution, while dual IR targets allow the source device to recognize remote commands at a secondary location.
Application Sector Residential

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Features

  • Package includes:
  • Transmitter and receiver units
  • Two IR targets
  • Two power supplies

Specifications

General Info
UPC Number 804428066651
Countries Of Origin China
Product Line On-Q
Application Sector Residential
Technical Information
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I have an On Q internet extender in use. I want to add a password to the in internet supplied by the extender ( it is called Default) How do i add a password?

Asked by: Dre'
Hello, I do apologize for the issues you are experiencing. However, the product in question that you posted about (the HDMI extender) does not have any type of default name or password. That sounds like its coming from a wireless access point or wireless extender. If so, that may still be something we can help with but I would need to know the part number of the WAP you are using. Thank you!
Answered by: Romier S
Date published: 2018-07-23

Will this extender work if there is one or more switch on the network between the transmitter and receiver but still within the total distance limitation? Is it TCP/IP based? I do not have an end to end run between the two locations. Thank you.

Asked by: Techie1
Hello, The longer the distance and more product in between, the more the unit will struggle to display the picture. Generally, CAT5 cables will give you about 50ft worth of distance. CAT6 will provide up to 100ft. Adding a switch within those distance limitations shouldn't be too major issue but I would be careful in surpassing those distance requirements. Thanks!
Answered by: Romier S
Date published: 2018-04-03
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