• Video Extender
    • SHM-M250
    • Short Haul HDMI Extender with EDID Copy Function

    • ● Extend HDMI signal up to 60 meters @1080i (CAT6)
      ● EQ (Sharpness) adjustment for optimal signal clarity
      ● Fully compatible with HDMI standard by DDWG
      ● HDTV compatible; support 1080p, 1080i, 720p
      ● Compatible with most of the popular screen resolution to XGA, SXGA, UXGA, WSXGA… Full HD system
      ● 3D-video, HDCP compliant and Blu-ray ready
      ● Plug-and-Play allows you to add or remove devices at any time
      ● Easy to install and simple to set up
      ● No software needed or driver required
      ● Support Phantom Power-- single power supply ar either one end of two units (Local Unit & Remote Unit)


      Exclusive EDID Function
      ● Read and store (record) the EDID from the connecting display to the video extension system
      ● Alternatively perform the default or the copied EDID when one CATx cable connected without HDCP compliant
      ● EDID Auto-detecting when two CATx cables are connected
      ● Multi-modes for EDID handshaking, like EDID copy, EDID Auto-detecting and default EDID intruding, ensuring accurate output display

      Model Local Unit
      (Transmitter)
      Remote Unit
      (Receiver)
      SHM-M200 SHM-200L SHM-200R
      SHM-M250 SHM-250R
      Input HDMI x 1 RJ-45 x 2
      Output RJ-45 x 2 HDMI x 1
      EDID Copy Button x 1 N/A
      EQ Adjustment Manual
      Auto
      LED
      (Power / Video Status)
      x 1 (Multi-Color) x 1 (Multi-Color)
      Video Resolution (max.) 1080p
      Extension Distance* 50M (CAT5e) @ 1080i (8bit x 3)
      30M (CAT5e) @ 1080p (8bit x 3)
      60M (CAT6) @ 1080i (8bit x 3)
      40M (CAT6) @ 1080p (8bit x 3)
      Enclosure Metal
      Power Supply DC 12V (either unit)
      Weight 155~165 (g)
      H x W x D 22 x 51 x 80 (mm)

      *Above video resolution and extension distance are based on a single
      CAT5e/624AWG solid cable without cascade. STP cabling is recommended
      for environments with high EMI or RFI. For the best performance results,
      using stranded cabling or other thinner cables, and coiling of excess cable
      lengths should be avoided.