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Portta PET30DP 10-Inch HDMI Extender over Cat5e or Cat6 Cables 1080p 30m

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  • CAT-5e/6 cable can substitute HDMI cable to achieve long distance transmission. Follow the standard of IEEE-568B.
  • Support 8bit per channel (24bit all channel) deep color. Support uncompressed audio such as LPCM
  • Support compressed audio such as DTS Digital, Dolby Digital ( including DTS-HD and Dolby True HD) Support 3D
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Technical Details
Brand NamePortta
Item Weight1.8 ounces
Product Dimensions3.1 x 3.1 x 0.8 inches
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Item model numberPET30DP
Batteries:1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
Color NameNo
  
Additional Information
ASINB003LZA95W
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Shipping Weight5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableMay 11, 2010
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Portta
  • Model: PET30DP
  • Style Name: 3
  • Item Package Quantity: 1

Product Description

PET30D is an HDMI extender while using CAT-5E/6 cable as transmission media. The distance can up to 30 meters 1080p and 60 meters for 1080i support 3D .

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Customer Reviews

My tv detected signal from source but no picture or sound.
Randy A Hunsicker
Tried multiple components and different cat5, cat5e and cat6 cables for a distance of 6 feet.
BRYAN LETTVIN
I decided to return this product and will try another similar hoping it was just defective.
A. Villarreal

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80 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Donald M. Craig on March 15, 2011
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I used these to connect the DVI-D output of an nVidia GeForce 7900 GS to the HDMI/DVI input of a Samsung UN55B8000XF at 1920 x 1080 60p. For cable I used the Amazon reference sell CiTi Electronics 100 feet Cat6 x 2 which cost $16.25 each. There was no signal at 100 feet so I cut the cables to 86 feet and re-terminated. This produced a very noisy signal. I cut and re-terminated again at 75 feet (which was as short as I could go) and the signal was excellent. I used a MediaBridge DVI-D to HDMI adaptor at the sending end. Your performance will depend on the sender and receiver's circuitry, as well as the cable used, but I'd say it's very likely you'd get 75 feet of range using cheap Cat6 at 60p. I also tested range using an OPPO BDP-83 as source: nothing at 100 feet, acceptable signal at 86 feet and 24p, unacceptable signal at 86 feet and 60p, excellent signal at 75 feet. It is highly unlikely you'd get an acceptable 1920 x 1080 60p signal at 30 meters, but you should be fine at 23 meters with Cat 6. Recommended.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Deepak on March 27, 2011
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I could not find the specs for this product when researching HDMI extenders. In particular, I wanted to know which HDMI version number the product was compliant to. The low price and positive reviews led me to purchase it anyway. A tiny user manual is included with the product and the specs therein seem to indicate compliance to HDMI 1.2a (to be more precise, the field labeled "Output Video" says "HDMI 1.2a").

I have the sender/receiver set up with 35 ft of Cat 6 cable transmitting 1920x1200 at 24 bit depth. This is the maximum resolution/color depth specified for HDMI 1.2a.

A note applicable to Windows XP users and perhaps users of some other OSes: The OS may not show a 24-bit color depth, though it offers 16-bit and 32-bit. 32-bit is actually 24-bit RGB with 8 bits assigned for each primary color. This has to do with the OS addressing memory by 32-bit words; the remaining bits are unused.

The cable run for my setup isn't very long, but still, I'm impressed by how it "just works".

One more thing for those that may care -- there is no apparent delay introduced with this product. I was concerned about possible delays in the signal which might impact, for instance, gaming. Having thought about it a bit, the propagation delay must be miniscule. The internal clock runs at 165 MHz which corresponds to about 6 nanoseconds per cycle. Which would mean that even if 1000 cycles were required for a bit to pass through either the sender or the receiver (which would be a very conservative estimate for the number of cycles), that would still only amount to about 6 microseconds. And as for the prop delay down the cabling, I don't need to do the calculation to know that that value would be even more miniscule. Bottom line, any delay introduced would be some very very small fraction of a millisecond, which would be for most intents and purposes non-existent.
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34 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Mark on October 3, 2010
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Have a Dishnetwork HD Satelite receiver in our data rack, have a LCD HD TV located in our Exercise room. Wanted to get HD on that TV. Plugged the HDMI "Sender" into the Satelite receiver, plugged 2 6' Cat5e patch cable into that and plugged it into the Patch panel for our network. Then about 60' of Cat5e cable in the walls to the room, from the wall plate in the room to a 1' Cat5e patch cable to the HDMI "Receiver" and plugged it into the TV.
Turned on Satelite, turned on TV. Nothing... DANG right where I left off with the SABRENT HDMI Extender which only worked for about 2 mins and then an hour the next day (Not recommended).
Humm, did I cross connect the CAT5e patch cables???? Switched the two Cat5e cables, PRESTO came up just fine. TV synced up to 1080i and the picture looks great!!!!
This worked great, and other plusses for this product. Already included 10" HDMI cables as part of the Sender/Receiver so it works great on the back of the Satelite receiver and the back of the TV without another connection to worry about. Plus the receiver doesn't need a power adapter.
Can't believe I waited so long to try one of these out, plus the price was right.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Richard Hill on May 22, 2013
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Getting this item to work was quite an odyssey--and despite that, I've given it 5 stars because when all the issues were resolved, it works just as I had hoped--and it was an inexpensive solution.

I wanted to move my cable box to the basement and have the output from that box delivered to the HDMI input on my TV. Before starting this project, the cable box was next to the TV, connected to it via a standard HDMI cable. My new TV can be wall mounted, and I thought it would look much cleaner to have the large cable box removed from view. I had had the house wired with CAT5e and CAT6 cables when it was built, so I thought these HDMI extenders might be the answer. However, I had read so many DOA reviews that I was concerned they wouldn't work as advertised, and I think that influenced my attempts to get them working.

My first attempt with them was to connect them using short cables. That is, I left the cable box next to the TV and replaced the existing HDMI cable with these extenders connected to each other with two short ethernet cables. It didn't work, so I quickly assumed I had done everything right and the reviews I had read about these not working well were correct. Bad assumption. Upon a more careful inspection, I realized that the ports are labeled: one side is marked "DDC", and the other, "TMDS." As one might reasonable presume, the cables have to be inserted connecting each side to its corresponding side. Once I did that, they worked fine.

So the next step was to move the cable box to the basement and try again, this time using the pair of CAT5e ethernet cables (I was already using the CAT6 cables for other purposes in the system). It didn't work.
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