VGA/UXGA CAT5/RJ45 100 Meters Extender Kit - Balun (Self-Powered)
    Product # 5034
    VGA/UXGA CAT5/RJ45 100 Meters Extender Kit - Balun (Self-Powered)
    Product # 5034
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    VGA/UXGA CAT5/RJ45 100 Meters Extender Kit - Balun (Self-Powered)

    Extend VGA video signals up to 328 feet (100 meters) using the Cat5e/Cat6 Ethernet cable using this VGA Extender Kit from Monoprice!

    This extender kit consists of a transmitter, which converts a VGA signal to a form that can be transmitted over Ethernet cable, and a receiver, which converts the signal back to VGA. It supports a maximum resolution of 1600x1200 @ 60Hz for distances up to 164 feet (50 meters) or 12024x768 @ 60Hz for distances up to 328 feet (100 meters).



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    4.4 / 5.0
    18 Reviews
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    Works Great!
    Easy to use and fulfilled my expectations. I needed to get VGA signal to a projector about 20 feet from the source but due to the install was unable to get a standard VGA cable through a wall and ceiling to the projector. With this balun I was able to accomplish the goal and the outcome is great. I'm planning to use a couple more for some longer runs in the near future.
    March 12, 2011
    Horrible product
    We finally installed this solution, and are completely unhappy with the product. While it does extend the VGA connection, the screen is green and unsightly. We plugged in a VGA connection directly to the TV, to verify the TV is not the problem. The pins are not bent on any of the 3 different VGA cables we attempted to use. I would hope this is just a bad batch, and not what is "expected" of this solution.

    PROS: VGA signal is extended 30 feet

    CONS: Display has a green tint to it.
    October 27, 2015
    5/5
    Great product and very easy to install. No power supply to worry about since it is self powered.

    PROS: Great price and easy to install. We have about 10 installed and have only had 1 that was bad out of the box but got an exchange right away.

    CONS: May have to use STP in some cases. We had one install that would not support 1280 x 960 until we used STP.
    March 5, 2013
    Would Recommend
    An incredible product at any price, and it has a low price tag. It was unfortunate that it didn't solve my grounding problem, but the product isn't advertised to do that, so I still rate it a 10. Thought that would be good info for others though.

    PROS: Worked flawlessly all the way up to 1280x1024 on 120' of Cat5E as advertised.

    CONS: I was hoping it would act as a ground isolator solving an ever present ground loop problem I have between my video suite and the stage, but it didn't.
    July 26, 2011
    Excellent option
    This product is a very good option when mounting projectors in conference rooms. Easy to install and setup. I will buy this product again for other video projects.

    PROS: Very easy to use.

    CONS: None.
    January 9, 2013
    Works great
    I figured I was gambling on a passive adapter instead of a powered unit, but I am actually rather impressed. Over a relatively short run of about 25 feet, using plain old cat-5 cable, through and around all manner of high and low-voltage equipment, the picture quality is crisp, vivid, and noise-free.

    I don't know how long a run would be too long for this kit, but I have no reservations at all for relatively short runs.

    PROS: No wall wart needed
    Totally works

    CONS: Comes with only one of the two VGA cables you'll need. I'm sure the assumption is, we all have a spare VGA cable around, but you'll want to keep this in mind so you can plan ahead.

    I also think it should come with two-sided foam tape, since the receiver module is perfect for sticking to the back of the display. But you can pick some up easily enough at the store.
    May 30, 2011
    5/5
    5/5

    PROS: These work very well to transmit HD15 VGA signal over Cat. 5 LAN cabling. They are self powered so the need for AC in isolated places is eliminated.
    November 17, 2011
    Works great
    Couldn't be happier. Just plugged it in to a 125 feet of cat5 and instantly worked. I love that it doesn't need a power source.

    PROS: Doesn't need a power source.
    November 21, 2011
    Work Perfectly
    Found these locally branded under another name for about 60.00 more then at Monoprice. Can't beat these prices from MonoPrice and the product works phenomenally. Good stuff. No artifacts, finds resolutions accurately without ghosting. We use this in a Conference room to hook up a laptop or iPad to our TV to present content.

    PROS: Works perfect.
    Cheaper then anywhere I've seen.
    These are better then all other Baluns I've tested.
    May 5, 2011
    VGA Cat5 Extender
    This may not be a Fair Review. I tested this with a 230 FT Roll of Cat 5 Cable. I had to Switch All Switches to get a Viewable Picrure and then it was Blurred/Softened. It was Viewable, but not what I would call a Professional Picture. I have not yet tried it on a Shorter Cable. I am having Shielded Cat 6 installed. It will be about 25 FT. I'm hoping for much better Results as the Instructions Strongly Suggest Shielded Cat 6.

    PROS: Works, mostly.

    CONS: Blurred Image.
    April 4, 2014
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