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Built-in DVI male connector at receiver unit, allowing you to directly plug in a female DVI connector without applying an actual DVI cable.
No power is required for the Rx unit, no bulky power adapter.
40.2 x 55.5 x 22.5mm in size, easily installed in a narrow space.
DE01ERK is a DVI extender over Ethernet for a transmission distance of up to 70M. With DVI Adaptors, users can transmit high-quality digital video of PC applications through one cost-effective CAT5/5e to the remote monitor or projector, instead of using short and expensive DVI cables. Additionally, the passive extender requires no power to enable itself and is suitable for severe environments like factories and construction sites, allowing you to monitor the working environment remotely for safety purposes.
With the transmitter connected to the DVI source and the receiver connected to the display, DE01ERK can use a single CAT5e network cable to display a DVI signal on a remote monitor.
DE01ERK is widely used where short-distance DVI extension is required, such as notebook to monitor or PC to TV. It's a compact device that installs easily and quickly in an A/V environment.
Devices of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) use the DVI interface. The DE01ERK DVI extender supports up to 1920 x 1200 and can meet most DVI resolutions. In addition, you can also use it with a USB extender to transmit the touch screen and control signals.
In addition to the distance extension, the DE01ERK DVI extender can be used with the HE01ERK HDMI extender to achieve DVI computer output on an HDMI monitor or HDMI signal on a DVI monitor.
Operating the DE01ERK is easy. Simply connect the transmitter and receiver using a single network cable, with no configuration required.
Though some passive-type DVI extenders on eCommerce websites are cheap, complaints can be found. The most common issue is that the product does not function as advertised, such as:
The DE01ERK DVI extender consumes 5V power from the DVI source device, while a stable extension depends on the quality of the cable and the installation environment. The mini USB port can be used to provide additional power consumption and maintain a stable connection. Benefits of the mini USB design include:
SC&T has been providing professional audiovisual and surveillance solutions for over 20 years. Since 2017, our DE01ERK has sold over 15,000 pairs and is widely used in Pro AV and CCTV markets. All of our products are well-established and mature in both quality and market presence. Additionally, we do not operate any e-commerce platform, ensuring the rights and interests of our global customers are protected.
All SC&T equipment undergoes thorough functional testing by professional engineering personnel before leaving the factory, packaged, and shipped. As most of our customers are in the system integration industry, we strive to minimize the chances of DOA (Dead on Arrival), malfunctions, or unusable devices. Our historical shipping records show a complaint rate of less than 0.1% because we prioritize the quality you need.
Our FAE (Field Application Engineer) team boasts 20 years of experience. We cater to professionals such as system integrators and distributors, dedicating our efforts to resolving any issues our customers encounter. We believe that solving your problems is the first step in building trust.
Easily use a single CAT5e cable to connect the transmitter to your DVI source, and connect the receiver to a DVI monitor to finish the connection.
Please do not use STP or flat cables, as they may cause image output issues.
This extender does not support HDCP. Before using it, please check if your signal source is locked with HDCP and if your HDMI cable and display support HDCP.
Yes, this device has separate transmitter and receiver units that must be connected in the correct order. For example, if you want to use an HDMI computer with a DVI display, you need to use an HDMI transmitter and a DVI receiver.
If the image can display normally, there is no need to use the mini USB power input; the transmitter and receiver can consume power from the computer and screen. When there is signal interference, such as unstable or jumping images, you can use the mini USB port to supply power and stabilize the transmission.
You're also welcome to ask questions about the item, and we will contact you as soon as possible.