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DVI Extender via Four Multimode Fiber Optic Cable up to 3,280 Feet
Original Price: $525
Clearance Price: $240
The XTENDEX® DVI Extender via Multimode Fiber Optic Cable locates a single link digital DVI display up to 3,280 feet away from a computer using multimode fiber optic cable. Supports resolutions to 1920x1200.
HDMI Matrix Switch Over HDBase-T with Power Over Ethernet
Original Price: $4,100
Clearance Price: $2,665
The VEEMUX® HDMI Matrix Switch Over HDBase-T with Power Over Ethernet routes and distributes uncompressed HD 1080p, multi-channel audio, Ethernet, and IR from eight HDMI video sources to eight displays via inexpensive CAT6a/7 cable using HDBase-T technology. Power over Ethernet provides power to receivers that can be located up to 328 feet away.
HDMI Extender via Two CAT5e/6 up to 300 Feet
Original Price: $155
Clearance Price: $19
The XTENDEX® HDMI Extender transmits digital video and audio signals up to 300 feet using two CAT5e/6 cables. Each video extender consists of a local unit that connects to an HDMI source and a remote unit that connects to an HDMI receiver.
HDMI Fiber Cables
Original Price: $355 to $660
Clearance Price: $180 to $320
The HDMI Fiber Optical Extension Cable transmits video up to 330 feet using an integrated cable solution which includes fiber optic components and DDC signals built into the cable and connectors. Supports resolutions up to 1080p.
DVI-D Fiber Cables and Long DVI-D Copper Cables
Original Price: $180 to $1,020
Clearance Price: $90 to $480
The DVI-D Fiber Optical Extension Cable transmits video up to 330 feet using an integrated cable solution which includes fiber optic components and DDC signals built into the cable and connectors. Supports resolutions to 1920x1440. The DVI-D Copper Extension Cable extends a DVI-D display up to 100 feet from a video source. Supports resolutions to 1900x1200.
4-Port USB Extender via CAT5
Original Price: $250
Clearance Price: $125
The XTENDEX® USB-C5-CE USB Extender extends four USB devices up to 100 feet using CAT5/5e/6 cable. Each extender consists of a local unit that connects to a computer, and a remote unit that connects to four USB devices. The local and remote units are interconnected via CAT5/5e/6 cable.