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PC to HDMI over Gigabit Ethernet / USB - Model: PC2HDNET

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* Support Mirror/Extend/Primary
* Connect & control up to 6 units (for 6 monitors) from one PC

Extend your computer display & I/O across a Gigabit or standard Ethernet network to a far away HDMI TV or any HDMI display devices.

Computer to HDMI TV/Monitor via GigaNet Ethernet / USB

Connection Diagram:


PC  ))) WiFi  ((( WiFi Router -- Ethernet --+

PC --- wired Ethernet --- +

PC --- RJ45 cable (directly) ---

PC --- USB cable (directly) ---


The HDMI over Ethernet extends host computer I/O across a standard Ethernet network to TV or any display devices, PC2HDNET allows to operate a far-away computer in any display device(especial the big size TV) with HDMI input, it provide 1920x1080P high resolution and real time stream video display, with keyboard and mouse and full USB peripheral interoperability over a Giga network.
PC2HDNET makes you enjoy the big size TV to be a computer primary or extend monitor, no matter play 1080P HD video on TV or Skype/MSN or any computer operation, it is top choice to swap your computer to a living room big size HDMI TV via Giga network.

- Connect up to 6 units for controlling up to 6 monitors from one PC.
- Easy to swap computer operation, from the study room to the living room, through the Gigabit Ethernet(more than 300feet).
- HDMI output (both audio & video), compatible with LCD TV and monitor.
- Delivers smooth high-resolution up to 1920 x 1080P
- Easily connect additional HDMI TV/monitor with notebook/desktop computer via Gigabit Ethernet port or USB 2.0 port
- Compatible with all Notebook/Desktop computers.
- Two USB ports let you connect your most used peripheral(mouse/keyboard..).
- Microphone input port and Earphone jack (green) output for easy Skype/MSN using.
- Mirror, Extend and Primary a computer display workspace.
- Support rotation (Normal/Left/Right/Upside-Down) function control.
- Supports left, right, up and down extend display.
- Works seamlessly with Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP operating systems.
- Ports include: HDMI, 2 x USB 2.0, Microphone, Earphone and Gigabit Ethernet.

- Video:
- External display output supported HDMI.
- Supports resolution up to 1920 x 1080P.
- Network :
- IEEE802.3: 10Base-T, 100Base-TX and 1000Base-T compatible, Ethernet RJ-45.
- USB:
- Peripherals: USB 2.0 x 2
- Upstream connector: Mini-B type x 1
- Current of each port: Standard USB 500 mA
- Audio :
- HDMI Digital audio out.
- Earphone jack (green) out.
- Microphone jack (pink) in.
- Power requirement :
- DC5V, 2000mA
- Dimensions :
- 133 x 71 x 27 (mm)

Minimum System Requirements :
- Windows XP X86 / Windows Vista X86/64 / Win7 X86/64
- For text work or play a lowest resolution video on a lowest resolution monitor)
- Pentium 4 CPU at 1.8GHz or higher
- 256MB system memory
- For play a 1080p video on a FULLHD display device
- Intel core 2 duo 2.0GHz or equivalent
- 1GB system memory
- Equipped Ethernet Notebook/Desktop computer(Gigabit function need equipped Gigabit Ethernet computer/Router/Switch Hub)
- Network cable (Gigabit function needs Cat-5e or above)
- Display device(e.g. TV or LCD monitor) with HDMI input
- CD-ROM drive (For software installation)

Package Contents :
- HDMI over Ethernet device x 1
- DC5V power adapter x 1
- Driver / Manual CD x 1
- Quick Installation Guide x 1

When sending a playing movie to the remote monitor, performance could decrease for below situations:

  • If your PC CPU level is not good enough because certain resource is needed when playing a movie.
  • If the movie resolution is higher (performance will be decreased in the order such as 640*480, 800*600,...)
  • If some of 100Mbps total bandwidth from local to remote is taken by else applications.
  • The more (up to 6) remote monitors to send to, the more the performance will decrease. For example, when sending to only one remote monitor, it can be 20~25fps, but when sending to 2 remote monitors, it could become 10~15fps on each remote monitor.