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HDMI 2x8 Splitter 1080p True v1.3b HDTV LCD Plasma DVD PS3 Projector 1 of 1

Product Details:

Mfg Part#: 2860
Sku: 217395058
UPC: 814556010846
UPC 14: 00814556010846
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The HDMI Amplifier Splitter allows two HDMI devices to be switched easily into some HDTV HDMI compatible monitors or projectors Simply connect your HDTV displays to the Splitter’s display outputs The HDMI Splitter can also be placed at the end of a long HDMI cable to regenerate the HDMI signal The HDMI Amplifier Splitter offers solutions for HDTV retail and show site, HDTV, STB, DVD and Projector factory, noise space and security concerns, data center control, information distribution, conference room presentation, school and corporate training environmentsEasy to Use: Install in seconds, no need for settingSwitching: Inputs could be switched between two HDMI SourceSupports the Video Amplifier Bandwidth up to 225Gpbs/225MHzStackable (Daisy chained): Large distribution achieved by stacking the HDMI Amplifier SplitterHDCP compliant FCC CE Certified, RoHS compliant Signal Inputs/Output Input Video Signal 05-10 volts p-p Input DDC Signal 5 volts p-p (TTL)Video Amplifier Bandwidth225Gbps/225MHzVertical Frequency Range60HzDigital Signal I/O HDMI Compliance HDMI 13bResolutions(HDTV) Interlaced(50&60Hz) 480i,576i,1080i Progressive(50&60Hz) 480p,576p,720p,1080pMechanical Size(W-H-D) Weight(Net) Warranty Limited Warranty 1 Year Parts and LaborEnvironmental Operating Temperature0 ?to + 70? Operating Humidity 10% to 80 % RH (no condensation) Storage Temperature-10 ? to + 80 ? Storage Humidity 5% to 90 % RH (no condensation)Power Requirement External Power Supply 5V DC@2*4( 25A );2*8( 3A ) Power Consumption 15 Watts (max)Regulatory Approvals Converter Unit FCC,CE,UL Power Supply UL,CE,FCC Due to the current state of the technology, results using HDMI and/or DVI splitters can be mixed Especially splitters which reply on the individual devices ability to negotiate a 3 way handshake The problem is not all devices are programmed to deal with this properly and will sometimes default to an HDCP error state To put it simply, some devices will consider a split of the signal to be a copyright violation, so it may decide that only one display should show at a time or may block the content entirely This type of situation is considered to be a device compatibility issue and cannot be fixed short of a firmware update by the individual device manufacturers
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