XTND 4K (40m) Extender Manual
Product Code: XTND4K40
HDBASET IN
DC24V
HDMI OUT
IR (IN) IR (OUT)
TX/RX
XTND 4K (40m) Extender Manual
YO UR
E X TE N DER S
Use an XTND 4K (40m) extender to
extend your favourite HDMI media
device (DVD/Blu-Ray player, Xbox,
Apple TV etc) to a HDTV located up
to 70m away for 1080p content or
40m away for 4K devices.
XTND 4K (40m) requires Cat cabling
to be run from the Transmitter to
the display Receiver, which you can
run yourself if capable or choose to
have professionally installed.
I N TH E B OX
1. x1 XTND 4K (40m) Transmitter
CO N T EN T S
Contents, introduction and box contents
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5 minute quick setup guide and system features
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Transmitter diagram
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Receiver diagram
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Setting up IR control
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Standard wiring diagram
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Product specification
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Guarantee, warranty information and contacting
customer support
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2. x1 XTND 4K (40m) Receiver
3. x1 24V / 1A DC PSU
4. x2 IR Transmitters (TX)
5. x2 IR Receivers (RX)
6. x4 wall mounting brackets
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QU I CK S ET UP
This quick setup guide will get your extender up and working in less than 5 minutes. If you need to integrate IR
control then please continue on to page 6.
1. Power off your display and your HDMI source
device
2. Connect the HDMI source to the HDMI input
on the XTND 4K (40m) Transmitter using an
appropriate HDMI cable.
3. Connect a display such as a HDTV or HD Projector to the HDMI output port on the XTND
4K (40m) Receiver using an appropriate HDMI
cable. We recommend that you use highspeed HDMI cables no longer than 5 meters in
length.
4. Now connect a single Cat5e/6 cable up to
230ft/70m in length between the Cat output
port of the XTND 4K (40m) Transmitter and
the Cat input port on the XTND 4K (40m)
Receiver.
5. Plug in the power supply for either the
Transmitter or the Receiver.
6. Power on your HDMI source device, then
power on your display.
7. At this point the display should show the
video and audio of the HDMI source device
that is connected to the extender.
SYST E M F EAT UR ES
1. Delivers uncompressed video and audio over
network cable
2. Supports the following resolutions:
a. 640x480, 800x600, 1024x768, 1280x1024,
1600x1200, 1920x1080,1920x1200,
4096x2160p (DCI), 3840x2160p (UHD) DTV/
HDTV: 480i/576i/480p/576p/720p/1080i/1080
p/4Kx2K
b. All 3D formats including 3D at 1080p60
4. Stereo or multichannel audio including:
a. LPCM 7.1CH
b. Dolby True HD
c. DTS-HD Master Audio
d. Dolby Atmos
e. DTS: X
5. Two-way IR
c. Up to 48-Bit Deep Colour
6. Bi-directional RS232 control.
3. Enables HD viewing in one additional room
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TRAN S MIT T ER (X1)
1
8
HDBASET
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HDMI INPUT
DC24V
2
3
1. Power LED: This white LED illuminates when the
device is connected to its power supply
2. DC input: Plug the 24V / 1A DC power supply
into the unit
4
IR (IN) IR (OUT)
5
6
TX/RX
7
8. Connection status LED:
i. Solid: The Transmitter and Receiver have a good
connection
3. HDBaseT output: Connect the CAT 5e/6 cabling
run from the Receiver to this port
ii. Flashing: The Transmitter and Receiver have a poor
connection
4. HDMI Input port: Connect HDMI source
e.g. BluRay player, with HDMI cable
iii. Dark: The Transmitter and Receiver have no
connection
5. IR RX: Plug IR RX into this port (if using forwards
IR)
6. IR TX: Plug IR TX into this port
7. RS232 input/output: Connect an RS232 cable
via phoenix connector
9. Data status LED:
i. Solid: There is a HDMI connection with HDCP
ii. Flashing: There is a HDMI connection with no HDCP
iii. Dark: No HDMI signal
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REC E I V ER (X1)
1
8
HDBASET
9
HDMI OUT
DC24V
2
3
1. Power LED: This white LED illuminates when the
device is connected to its power supply
2. DC input: Plug the 24V / 1A DC power supply
into the unit
4
IR (IN) IR (OUT)
5
6
TX/RX
7
8. Connection status LED:
i. Solid: The Transmitter and Receiver have a good
connection
3. HDBaseT input: Connect the CAT 5e/6 cabling
run from the Receiver to this port
ii. Flashing: The Transmitter and Receiver have a poor
connection
4. HDMI output port: Connect HDMI source e.g.
BluRay player, with HDMI cable
iii. Dark: The Transmitter and Receiver have no
connection
5. IR RX: Plug IR RX into this port
6. IR TX: Plug IR TX into this port (if using forwards
IR)
7. RS232 input/output: Connect an RS232 cable
via phoenix connector
9. Data status LED:
i. Solid: There is a HDMI connection with HDCP
ii. Flashing: There is a HDMI connection with no HDCP
iii. Dark: No HDMI signal
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S E T TI N G UP IR CO NTRO L
This will enable backwards IR control (the most common form of IR control) where IR signals from a remote in
your distant location is sent back to the extender and sent to your source device to make it appear as though it
is in the same room as you.
SOURCE CONT RO L V I A I R ( BAC K WA R D S I R )
1. Plug IR Transmitter TX into the 3.5mm jack port labelled IR TX on the XTND 4K (40m) Transmitter
2. Place IR Transmitter TX bud (small circular part) in front of the IR eye of the source (where you would normally point the remote to control the HDMI source device).
3. Plug IR Receiver RX into the 3.5mm jack port labelled IR RX on the XTND 4K (40m) Receiver.
4. Place IR Receiver at or near the display (position it close to where you would usually point your remote to
turn your TV on or off).
DISPLAY CONT RO L V I A I R ( FO RWA R D S I R )
1. Plug IR Transmitter TX into the 3.5mm jack port labelled IR TX on the XTND 4K (40m) Receiver.
2. Place IR Transmitter TX in front of the IR eye of the display (position it where you would usually point your
remote to turn on or off your TV).
3. Plug IR Receiver RX into the 3.5mm jack port labelled IR RX on the XTND 4K (40m) Transmitter
4. Place IR Receiver in a visible uncovered position where it is able to receive remote signals.
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STA N DAR D WIR ING D IAGRAM
This is a typical wiring diagram that shows how we would expect an XTND 4K (40m) Extender set up to look
once installed. This diagram features a single HDMI source device (a BluRay player) being sent to 1 room, with a
display located up to 70 metres away, and with IR controlling the source device via backwards IR.
Key
IR cable
HDMI cable - 5m / 16ft Max
HDMI over cat cable - 70m / 230ft Max
Connection
Direction
IR Transmitter
IR Receiver
DC24V
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SP EC I F I CAT ION
Frequency bandwidth
297MHz (10.2Gbps)
Transmitter input/output ports
x1 HDMI input
x1 Cat 5e/6
x1 IR Transmitter
x1 IR Receiver
x1 Phoenix connector (rs232)
Receiver input/output ports
x1 HDMI output
x1 Cat 5e/6
x1 IR Transmitter
x1 IR Receiver
x1 Phoenix connector (rs232)
Power supply
x1 DC 24V 1A
ESD Protection Human Body Model
± 8kV (air-gap discharge) ± 4kV (contact discharge)
Dimensions (mm) (Width x Depth x Height)
Display Receiver (65x115x17)
Weight (g)
Display Receiver 200g x2
Operating temperature
0°C ~ 40°C / 32°F ~ 104°F
Storage temperature
-20°C ~ 60°C / -4°F ~ 140°F
Relative humidity
20 ~ 90% RH (Non-condensing)
Maximum power consumption
20W
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TWO-Y E A R R EPLACEMENT WARRAN TY &
G UA RANT EE
A one-year worldwide replacement guarantee covering HDanywhere™ electronic devices is provided by HD
Connectivity Ltd. . If you need to use this guarantee, please contact HDanywhere Customer Services: support@
hdconnectivity.com or telephone (0)1648 576 348 during UK office hours.
Hereby, HDanywhere™ declares that this HDMI connectivity device is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of the following Directives: 2006/95/EC (LVD Directive); 2004/108/EC (EMC
Directive); 999/5/EC (R&TTE Directive).
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