Transmitter | 120 Meter HDBitT HDMI Matrix Extender v4.0 | HDMI over IP Network Extender with IR
This HDMI extender matrix applies advanced HDbitT over IP technology that uses an existing home or business ethernet network to construct a MANY to MANY HDMI extender matrix function. It allows up to 99 x transmitters (Sources / Players) and unlimited receivers (HDTV’s, Projectors or PC Displays) to be connected to the matrix distribution configuration. If no Network Switch is available the Transmitter and Receiver can be connected via a single CAT6 Network Cable.
Please Note!! This is the TRANSMITTER UNIT ONLY and the RECEIVER Unit can be purchased as per links below. Multiple transmitters to multiple receivers are supported via a network switch.
Sample Installation Examples:
1/3 of the COST of traditional Matrix Switchers: Smaller size, flexible and expandable configuration options it is the best choice for growing HDMI Networks
Application Software Support : The units can be controlled and monitored via PC or Android by downloading the applicable applications. The Windows software for these units can be found at HDBiTT Matrix Extenders Windows 10 Application Software
Infrared Remote Control Support : Control and operate any source / player remotely via any Infrared Remote control in a far end room to central room where the HDBiTT Matrix Transmitter units are located. The RECEIVER unit of this Matrix Extender includes a IR Remote control to change the selected TRANSMITTER unit remotely via IR.
The Remote control below is INCLUDED with the Receiver Unit:
IP and MAC address setting
The Transmitter and receiver System module has a built-in HTTP server which can be accessed by any browser for firmware updates.
You will need to configure your DHCP Server / Router to assign IP addresses to the units. When most internet routers are installed they are already configured to hand out IP addresses to new devices on the network. This is automatically assigned based on your network config. Easiest to check which IP has been assigned to the HDMI over LAN TX or RX is your router log file for IP assignments or under the DHCP Server / Config area a list of hosts and IP’s assigned. IP address can then be fixed on your DHCP server by assigning the MAC address of the HDMI over LAN TX or RX to a specific IP required.
Example of Router log
Browser Interface on Transmitter Example:
The HDMI HDBitT Receiver unit to be used with this Transmitter unit is below:
This product has been tested with the Wireless Long Range Beams and HDMI over Powerline Devices below for long ranges via Home or Office Powerlines or Wireless Outdoor Installations. Range on Outdoor Installation will depend on line of site and has been tested up to 1km.
Please Note!! The quality of your CAT6 Cable determines the distances possible since it is your transport medium. We recommended Pure Copper CAT6 as below and the alternative CCA Cable below will achieve 60-70% of max distances possible but may vary depending on quality.
Common Network Switches used with this product: