DVI Extender using Cat5e cable extending upto 50 Meter, Supporting DDC & HDCP
    Product # 4064
    DVI Extender using Cat5e cable extending upto 50 Meter, Supporting DDC & HDCP
    Product # 4064
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    DVI Extender using Cat5e cable extending upto 50 Meter, Supporting DDC & HDCP

    The Monoprice DVI Extender allows extension of DVI-D video signal device up to 30/50
    meters away by using the DVI extender units and two CAT.5 cable. This unit will support DDC and HDCP signal transfers.

    DVI extender is ideal for:
    ¦ Test bench facilities
    ¦ Data Center
    ¦ Help desks

    FEATURES

    ¦ PC resolution to 1600x1200 60Hz / 30 meter.
    ¦ PC resolution to 1280x1024 60Hz / 50 meter.
    ¦ Support for DVI-D.
    ¦ Support for DDC & HDCP.
    ¦ Use CAT.5 cable to install easily.


    *Monoprice continually strives to improve its product line to bring our customers the best products available. Therefore, changes may be made to listed specifications without prior notice. Item received may not match photo or specs shown.



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    SPECIFICATIONS

    Max Resolution: up to 1600x1200 60Hz @ 30 meters and 1280x1024 60Hz @ 50 meters
    Max Distance: 50m (164 ft)
    Power Adapter: DC 5V 1.2A
    Housing: Metal
    Weight: DVI-LH 145g, DVI-RH 142g
    Dimensions (LxWxH): 67x52x38mm

    PACKAGE CONTENTS

    ■ DVI Extender Local Unit
    ■ DVI Extender Remote Unit
    ■ 1 user manual
    ■ 2 power adapter DC 5V 1.2A


    *Monoprice continually strives to improve its product line to bring our customers the best products available. Therefore, changes may be made to listed specifications without prior notice. Item received may not match photo or specs shown.

    4.1 / 5.0
    14 Reviews
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    Great, and for much less!
    This unit works perfectly, at a substantially lower cost than those from Gefen. Wish I'd found Monoprice sooner!

    PROS: Easy to set up, works as expected, killer price

    CONS: None
    October 22, 2012
    Works as intended
    I prefer to work in an environment that is quite, and more importantly, cool. With 5 desktops in one tiny office I was running the AC full blast 24/7 just to keep my working environment bearable.

    I purchased this simultaneous to getting 4 DVI+RS232 extenders made by Gefen. I ran 12 Cat5e Cables from my office to a spare bedroom through the attic. Plugged everything in and worked perfect right off the get go...installation aside from running the cable was about 60 seconds...

    I've been using this for a few months no issues. Works just as good as the Gefen at about 1/12th the price.

    Great job MP - now make a DL extender. :)

    PROS: Compact, works fine with my NEC LCD2090UXi and also Dell 2007FP at 1600x1200.

    CONS: Wish it could do 1920x1200, or rather that Monoprice would come out with a Dual Link extender.
    August 14, 2010
    Worked exactly as expected
    Works flawlessly. I'm using it to drive an LCD projector from a Mac Mini (2010) using a mini-DisplayPort to DVI adapter, with 100 foot Cat 5E cables.
    January 30, 2014
    Flawless
    I've had this unit for 9 days. The video signal is 1680x1050 at 59Hz (an odd refresh rate, yes). The cabling distance is somewhere in-between 15 to 20 meters. Due to my own shortsightedness, each cable had to be extended with a punched-down jack, a plug, and more cable, so bear in mind that the signal survives that change in the cabling just fine. I'm running the DDC signal over Cat5 and the video signal over Cat5e.

    For what it's worth, it looks like the power connector has an outer diameter of 3.5mm and an inner diameter of 1.3mm, which is the same size used for powered USB hubs.

    PROS: It works for 1680x1050 over 15+ meters of Cat5e.

    I haven't tried to watch HDCP content yet (and don't plan to), but the NVIDIA Control Panel reports that HDCP is detected and working with my HDCP-compliant LCD monitor.

    I've done some limited gaming with this setup, and it's as if the machine were just a few feet from the monitor. No lag, glitches, or video quality problems.

    No drivers, no problems when the video mode changes, no fuss, no muss so far it has "just worked."
    September 23, 2010
    Works w Cat6 UTP Cable
    Connected xmitter to receiver w 60m of Cat6 cables (greater distance than specified) and then played a copy-protected BluRay disc on a Panasonic BluRay player through this extender (via HDMI to DVI adapter cables) to an HDMI monitor. No problems encountered.

    PROS: Price, size.

    CONS: Can't power from either end.
    March 20, 2012
    Works as described!
    Works great! Ran the Cat5e cable 50 feet(not meters) and no problems. I even used a DVI-to-HDMI cable(purchased from Monoprice) to connect to a Samsung TV(32") and it works perfectly! The computer sees it as a second monitor with a resolution of 1920x1080.
    April 16, 2013
    DVI Extender
    This extender was used to extend the video for an IBM pseries UNIX machine (AIX). This required the use of two CAT5 cables, one for the video and one for the DDC. This product performed perfectly, as advertised.

    PROS: It works.
    Low price.

    CONS: None
    August 17, 2010
    Works well at a decent price
    Overall good for the price. I had hoped I could just run one cable and connect it to the video port on both ends, but no dice.

    PROS: -Price

    -Clear picture

    CONS: -Requires two Cat5e cables. Will not work with just one.

    -Requires power on both ends
    March 9, 2015
    Great value DVI extender
    We are please with the results from this product. The cable runs are at about 100' using shielded CAT6 cable to view DVI video from a PC to a LCD flat panel television 1080p HDMI input.

    PROS: Reliable video feed
    High quality for price

    CONS: Must use two UTP cables
    Applied DVI-HDMI adapters to transfer HDMI video
    July 30, 2013
    DVI Extender using Cat5e
    Have used these to send DVI signals to video walls when the player/source is not colocated with displays.

    PROS: Works as promissed, great cost.

    CONS: If the powersupply fails and is plugged in to the receiver, it does not pass the power down the Cat5 cables (Video and DDC ports). Product is not smart enought to go into a bypass mode in the even of powersupply failure.
    April 20, 2012
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