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Binary™ 320 Series 1080p over 1CAT Extender with IR

B-320-1CAT

- By ordering this product with custom specifications you acknowledge that the sale is final and the product may not be returned or exchanged.

- Send us a sample of the wood that you would like the speaker to match. Your order will be placed on hold for up to 14 days as we wait for your wood sample. Samples not received after 14 days will cause your order to be canceled. Please send your physical sample along with a copy of your Triad Order attached to the address listed below.

Triad Speakers
Sales - RUSH - Paint Sample
15835 NE Cameron Blvd.
Portland, OR 97230
- Your order will be placed on hold for up to 14 days as we wait for your color sample. Samples not received after 14 days will cause your order to be canceled. Your sample must be of a solid color. Wood, multi colored wallpaper/fabrics and faux finishes CANNOT be sent as samples for custom paint matching. Please send your physical color sample along with a copy of your Triad Order attached to the address listed below.

Triad Speakers
Sales - RUSH - Paint Sample
15835 NE Cameron Blvd.
Portland, OR 97230

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The Binary™ 1CAT HDMI Extender delivers reliable HDMI transmission up to 130’ over a single Cat5e/6 cable. This engineering marvel is able to transmit full HDMI 3D at 1080p with Deep Color and up to 7.1 channels of lossless audio – all without skipping a beat. And for the ultimate control system flexibility, it carries bidirectional IR, too.

Binary™ 320 Series 1080p over 1CAT Extender with IR

The Binary™ 1CAT HDMI Extender delivers reliable HDMI transmission up to 130’ over a single Cat5e/6 cable. This engineering marvel is able to transmit full HDMI 3D at 1080p with Deep Color and up to 7.1 channels of lossless audio – all without skipping a beat. And for the ultimate control system flexibility, it carries bidirectional IR, too.

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Important Notice - To simplify installation, power is not supplied to the transmitter’s IR input, meaning you don’t need to use the IR dongle when connecting it to a control system. Power is still supplied at the receiver’s IR input for quick connection of an IR receiver. Also, we’ve updated the IR circuitry board to accept from 3.5V to 12V to provide broader support of various IR systems.
Power Supply - Binary 1 Cat HDMI extenders use a 5 Volt DC power supply. Binary HDBaseT extenders use a 24 Volt DC power supply, and matrix switchers with integrated Cat 5 extenders use 12 Volt DC supplies. Using any 12 or 24 Volt DC power supply with any 5 Volt Binary products will result in damage to the product and possibly the power supply. Be sure to use the correct power supply with the correct product.

Built In ESD & Surge Protection

Intelligent circuit design has resulted in a very robust product with excellent ESD and surge protection that exceeds CE Level 3 standards. During development, they were hit with ESD at 15KV and surges up to 2500V.

Easy Install

The durable low-profile metal cases come equipped with integrated mounting hardware for a variety of installation needs.

HDMI® (with 3D) Compliant

This extender offers full support of HDMI® (with 3D), Deep Color and HDCP 2.0, as well as support for Dolby® True HD, Dolby® Digital Plus, DTS™-HD Master and LPCM audio formats.

Bi-Directional IR

Over the same CAT5e cable, you can easily send commands from a control system to the TV – and simultaneously control DVD players, cable boxes and other source equipment from the TV location.

Screw Down Power Plug

Our In-line power supply has a screw lock to secure the power to the unit. No more worries about service calls just because the plug is loose or unplugged.

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B-320-1CAT-HDIR
Yes
HDMI 3D
HDMI Type A 19-pin
Carrier frequency: 20-60kHz
Latch-locking
6.75 Gbps
Black
3.5" x 1" x 2.9"
1 x 3.5mm Stereo
Metal
20-90% RH (no condensation)
32-104°F
3W Max
5V DC 2A
Each
1.1 lbs
1U
 
HDCP Compliance
HDMI Compliance
HDMI Connector Type
IR Signal Frequency
Power Connection Type
Supported Video Bandwidth
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Audio & Video

  • Why am I having issues when sending the HDMI output of my AVR through an extender?
    Sometimes the built in scaling of an AVR can disrupt the timing of the HDMI signal as it passes through an extender. We recommend that the scaling processor be disabled in the AVR any time an extender is being used in the same signal path.
  • When using an HDMI extender I am seeing "sparkles" in the picture on the display.
    Typically this is caused by long lengths of HDMI cable. We recommend minimizing this length to 1 meter or less.
  • I am experiencing a momentary loss of picture when certain household items power on. How can I fix this?
    This issue is caused by electromagnetic interference. If standard connectors are being used on a shielded cable, change to shielded connectors. If shielded category wire and connectors are in place, make sure that continuity of the shield is maintained from the shielded connector on one side to the shielded connector on the other side. If the wiring is not shielded, consider running a shielded cable. See the HDMI Distribution Best Practices document for more information on preventing picture issues.
  • Why can't I get a stable picture on a run over about 65 feet from my BluRay player to the display?
    Make sure that Deep Color is turned off in the BluRay player. Deep color uses a lot more bandwidth than standard 1080p and this can cause picture and sync issues if the run is too long.
  • Control & Programming

  • How do I add additional emitters to the single emitter output of the HDMI extender?
    By using an IR1x4 or IR 2x6 block, a mono cable , and as many IRF-1's or -2's as you need to flash each of your connected devices. Connect the mono cable to the flasher out port on the B-200-1CAT-HDIR, connect the mono-stereo adaptor included with the extender to the end of the mono cable, and plug the other end of the adaptor into the receiver port on the IR block.
  • Does the IR on a HDIR series of extenders output on the same end as it is input?
    No. The IR passes from one end to the other but does not output on the same end.
  • Features & Support

  • Does this HDMI extender support 3D?
    Yes. The maximum supported distance for 3D currently is 65 feet. See the Manual for details on setting the unit to pass 3D.
  • Do your extenders automatically reset after a power outage?
    All of our HDMI extenders (1 cat and HDBaseT) automatically reset after power failures, restoring signal without the need to manually cycle power.
  • Setup & Installation

  • Is it necessary to use 1m or less cables at the transmit & receive ends of the extenders?
    While not critical for proper operation, we strongly recommend 1 meter or shorter, high speed rated HDMI cables. This is to ensure steady picture reproduction and reliability. If any issues arise with longer HDMI cables, change them to 1 meter or less before any other troubleshooting.
  • Why do you recommend using shielded CAT5 wire with your extenders?
    Shielded wire and connectors greatly improve noise rejection, which enhances performance and minimizes the chance of signal dropouts. See the "HDMI Distribution Best Practices" document for more information on preventing picture issues.
  • Why do you recommend avoiding the use of RJ45 wall plates or punch down blocks with your extenders?
    Wall plates or punch down blocks reduce total bandwidth of the run, and allow for interference to affect signal more easily. See the "HDMI Distribution Best Practices" document for more information on preventing interference.
  • Is it acceptable to use pre-made CAT5 patch cables with your extenders?
    We do not recommend premade patch cables because of the limited bandwidth resulting from the the use of stranded wire in their construction.
  • Do the EZ style RJ-45 connectors really make a difference when installing HDMI extenders?
    Yes, they can be easily wiggled loose, causing a short or an improper connection.
  • EDID learning (mode 7) is not working with Samsung displays.
    On Samsung displays, we recommend mode 1 for standard viewing or mode 6 for 3D. See the Installation Manual for complete instructions on setting the EDID mode correctly.
  • Do you have to use the 568B standard with our non-HDBaseT-T extenders?
    While not critical for proper operation, we strongly recommend 568B terminations due to the amount of bandwidth needed to transmit HDMI signal. The pin out is printed on the bottom of each piece of the extender for easy reference.

2-Year Limited Warranty

This Binary™ product has a 2-year limited Warranty. This warranty includes parts and labor repairs on all components found to be defective in material or workmanship under normal conditions of use. This warranty will not apply to products that have been abused, modified or disassembled. Products to be repaired under this warranty must be returned to Snap One or a designated service center with prior notification and an assigned return authorization number (RA).

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