UV2-S

Video and Phantom Power over UTP transmitter

  • Amplifies the signal for clean and crisp transmission
  • Handles resolutions up to 1920×1440 at 60Hz
  • Rugged, Reliable, Compact size
  • Drive standard CAT5 cables to 500 feet for VGA and Component Video
  • Support for local monitor at transmitter
  • Multiple Cat5 outputs

The Model UV2-S is a 2-channel video splitter that can send a VGA or component video signal to multiple displays on Cat5 cable. This unit feature a standard HD15 VGA connector for the input and has 2 RJ45 connectors for the outputs. It also provide an additional VGA output for connection to a local monitor.

The UV2-S can drive Cat5 cables of lengths up to 500 feet. At the remote (receiving) end of the Cat5 cables a Model UV1-R is required to convert the UTP signal back to VGA for connection to a monitor.

In most setups only one power supply is necessary for the entire system. The UV2-S Sender/Splitter come with a power supply that is capable of powering itself and all the UV1-R receivers.

For Cat5 runs of over 300 feet, the receivers need their own additional supplies that must be ordered separately (Model #511-PS9016A (9 vDC 1.6A)).

Made in the USA.

  • Amplifies the signal for clean and crisp transmission
  • Handles resolutions up to 1920×1440 at 60Hz
  • Rugged, Reliable, Compact size
  • Drive standard CAT5 cables to 500 feet for VGA and Component Video
  • Support for local monitor at transmitter
  • Multiple Cat5 outputs
  • Transmit video and phantom power on one cable
  • Eliminates the need for bulky, expensive and hard to build multi-coaxial cables for High-Resolution A/V extension
  • Differential signaling eliminates ground loops and noise
Dimensions

1.22″ H x 4.86″ W x 2.6″ D

Weight

3 lbs. (shipping)

Power Supply

From utility-power (mains) outlet, through included external Universal power supply. Output Voltage: 9 DC Center-Positive, Do not substitute any other external power supply without contacting the factory first

Max Distance

Up to 500 ft. (150 m) for VGA and Component Video

Resolution

Up to 1920 x 1440 non-interlaced at 60Hz

Standards

VGA, SVGA, XGA, or UXGA video

Video Types

VGA through UXGA, RGBS, RGsB (sync on green), or YpbPr

Spec Sheets Versions Last Updated
UV2-S Spec Sheet

JUNE 24, 2020
Manuals Versions Last Updated
UV2-S Manual

JUNE 24, 2020