In today’s product showcase, we’d like to tell you more about the RJ45 to HDMI converter.  Basically, this converter allows you to extend control of your computer screen.  All you have to do is plug in your CAT5e/6cable, and then you can output the signal to a VGA or HDMI display.  This converter also includes 2 USB ports for controlling peripherals, such as a keyboard and mouse. 

This HDMI Converter is perfect for: 

  •  Allowing users connected to the same network to view the same remote display
  • Sharing multimedia content on your computer with anyone inside your building or facility 

You can connect directly to the converter, or you can alternately run the signal through a router or switch first. 

PC RJ 45 to HDMI/VGA Over LAN Extender Converter Product Specs:

  •  Supports 1080p (1920×1080) resolution for 1 primary display
  • Multiple PCs can connect to the same device
  • Also allows users to print, scan, and fax from any other computer on the network
  • Supports 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet network interface
  • Includes a software driver and support for Windows 7, Vista, and XP
How to Install the PC RJ 45 to HDMI/VGA Over LAN Extender Converter:
This converter is very easy to install, and does not require a high degree of technical skill.  Simply follow this process to install the converter:
  • Ensure the converter and the devices to which it will be connected are powered off 
  • Plug your CAT5e/6 cable into the connecting device and then into the converter
  • Connect the display cable to the VGA or HDMI port on the converter, and connect the other end to the appropriate device
  • Connect any peripheral devices to the appropriate USB ports – it does not matter which USB port you connect to
  • Plug the power cable into the wall, and insert the cable into the appropriate place in the converter
  • Power each device on
  • Enjoy the ability to connect multiple devices to a single display! 







Now regardless of the output connections on your PC/laptop, with this cutting edge HDMI converter, you can extend the display and control by simply connecting to your computer’s RJ45 Ethernet port using CAT5E/CAT 6 cabling. 

If you need to extend the signal of your HDMI cabling, you can do so cheaply and effectively by using the HDMI Over Single Coax Bi-Directional IR Active Extender.  And yes, this product allows the signal to be extended over coaxial cable, which is also very affordable.

HDMI Over Single Coax Bi-Directional IR Active Extender

Before you get too excited though, make sure this IR active extender functions with the coaxial cable you are planning on using.  Here are the specs for the coaxial cabling:

  • Extends HDMI 1080p up to 328 feet (100 meters) over a single dual and quad-shielded RG-6 coaxial cable
  • Extends HDMI 1080p up to 164 feet (50 meters) over a single RG-59 coaxial cable
  • Works with all HDMI and HDCP-compliant devices

In addition to ensuring it works with your planned choice of coaxial cable, this HDMI extender also does the following:

  • Supports only 720p and 1080p HDMI resolutions
  • Automatically adjusts feedback, equalization, and amplification
  • Transfers bi-directional IR control signals – RX and TX in 38 KHz mode
  • Includes electro-static discharge protection
  • Mounting ears are included
  • 5” wide x 1” height x 5” deep
  •  2 5V direct-current power supply

How to Use the HDMI Over Single Coax Bi-Directional IR Active Extender

Much like all HDMI signal extenders, this product is very simple to get set up and going.  Here’s what you’ll do:

  • Bring the product to the desired physical location, and make sure you do not plug in the power supply first
  • Plug in all cabling first – the HDMI cable and the coaxial cable
  • Make sure all cabling is plugged into the appropriate devices
  • Plug the power supply into the wall
  • Connect the power supply to the extender
  • Check LED indicators to ensure power is being received and that a signal is being transmitted
  • Check the device on the other end of the coaxial cable to ensure successful signal transmission

That’s really all you have to do!  Technology is wonderful isn’t it?  Now, all you have to rely on for your HDMI video and audio needs is a single, cost-effective coaxial cable.