The IR Transmitter Kit Art. No. 38017 contains only one IR emitter. If you want to connect several HDMI signal sources, including changeover switches. you may need a second IR emitter in certain situations.
Extends IR signals using FSK Wireless Technology up to 100m (Line of sight) / 30m* (indoors)
Digital frequency hopping technology minimizes RF interference
Powered via AV equipment’s USB Port or USB power supply (not included)
Supports all universal full band IR devices (20 - 60kHz)
2 Year Warranty
* Please Note: Actual distances will depend entirely on the construction of the building and any walls or floors that are situated between the Transmitter and Receiver units.
The Wireless Extender allows you to control your AV equipment throughout your house even through walls and ceilings using your existing remote control. Its small, lightweight design allows it to be discreetly installed next to your AV equipment.
The Wireless IR Extender can be installed either just using the Transmitter and Receiver units, or in conjunction with the supplied IR Receiver and Emitter cables. To power the Wireless IR Extender simply connect the supplied USB DC cables to the Transmitter and Receiver units and to an available USB port on your TV, AV Receiver, DVD Player etc or to a USB power supply (not included).
The IR repeater cable extends an IR signal allowing AV equipment to be installed in a concealed location making it perfect for discreet installations.
With support for frequencies from 38 – 56 kHz the repeater cable is compatible with a wide range of AV equipment, whilst its USB connector allows it to be powered directly from an USB port on the AV equipment or from a USB power supply/charger.
Also supports large cable lengths, e.g. LINDY 25m active cable No.41054 and the LINDY HDMI hybrid cable up to 100 m
Also supports HDMI switchers on the side of the signal sources
4 outputs for additional optional IR emitters (contains 1 emitter)
2 year LINDY manufacturer's warranty
This IR transmitter kit is ideal if your HDMI signal sources and change-over switches are hidden in an AV rack or are spatially separated or if there are problems with HDMI CEC transmission. Or if you want to continue only using the original remote controls of the individual devices.
Attach the IR sensor to your display in an unobtrusive spot. The sensor then feeds the IR signal to the HDMI injector, the HDMI cable/extender sends the signal to the extractor (splitter) where it is split again before being sent to the HDMI signal sources via an IR emitter.