DL-HD70 Installation Guide
Technical Specifications
Supported Audio and Video
Maximum Video Compatibility with Cat 6
60 m: Deep Color 36/30/24 Bit at 1080p
35 m: Deep Color 48 Bit at 1080p, 3D, and 4k x 2k
Maximum Video Compatibility with shielded Cat 6
or greater cable and shielded connectors
70 m: Deep Color 36/30/24 Bit at 1080p
Video Compliance
HDMI, HDCP, and CEC (Consumer Electronics Control)
Embedded Audio
Up to PCM 8 channel, Dolby Digital TrueHD, and DTS-HD Master Audio
IR Carrier Frequency Range
33-55kHz at 5 volts
RS232 Baud Rate
Up to 115200 baud
40 m: Deep Color 48 Bit at 1080p, 3D, and 4k x 2k
DL-HD70 Installation Guide
HDBaseT Signal Characteristics
Maximum Distance
70 m
Cable Requirements
Category 6 or greater with TIA/EIA-568B crimp pattern
Bandwidth
10.2 Gbps
Chassis and Environmental
Dimensions
135mm x 74mm x 15mm (5.31 in. x 2.91 in. x 0.59 in.)
Operating Temperature (Environment)
0° to +40° C (+32° to +104° F)
Operating Temperature (Chassis)
31° C (88° F) (S); 38° C (100° F) (R)
Operating Humidity (Environment)
20% to 90%, Non-condensing
Power
Maximum Power Consumption
3 watts (S), 6 watts (R)
Power Supply Input Voltage
100-240V AC at 50-60 Hz
Power Supply Output Voltage
12V DC
Regulatory
CE, RoHS
Included Accessories:
Other
Standard Warranty
2 Years
Included Items
Installation Guide, Power Supply, US Power Cable, IR Transmitters (2 ea), IR Receivers
(2 ea), Mounting Brackets (4 ea), Mounting Screws (4 ea)
Power Supply with
locking connector
IR Receiver (IR eye) - 2 ea
IR Transmitter (IR emitter) - 2 ea
US Power Cable
11675 Ridgeline Dr.
Colorado Springs, CO 80921
Toll-Free: 800-530-8998
Fax: 719-260-0075
www.libav.com
3-pole Terminal Block - 2 ea
(attached to the extenders)
rev 131211
Mounting brackets with screws - 4 ea
The DigitaLinx DL-HD70 HDBaseT extender set transmits HDMI, bidirectional IR, and
RS232 up to 70 meters away using a single Category 6 twisted pair cable.
Built-in surge protection and diagnostic LEDs ensure hassle-free and robust installations.
Flexible power design allows the units to be powered at either the TX or RX end, and
only one power supply is required. The 12 volt power supply is secured with a screw-on
connector to prevent the power from being accidentally disconnected.
The DL-HD70 is sold only as a set. The individual transmitter and receiver are not
compatible with other HDBaseT devices due to proprietary PoE circuitry.
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Orange/White
Orange
Green/White
Blue
Blue/White
Green
Brown/White
Brown
1. Verify all components included with the extender set are present
before installation.
2. If the extenders are going to be permanently mounted to a surface,
attach the included mounting brackets with the supplied screws.
3. Turn off power and disconnect the audio/video equipment by
following the manufacturer’s instructions.
4. Connect Category 6 or greater twisted pair cable with RJ45 connectors
between the transmitter (DL-HD70-TX) and the receiver (DL-HD70-RX).
TIA/EIA-568B straight-through wiring connections must be used with all
HDBaseT extenders.
TIA/EIA-568B
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Pin 7
Pin 8
Instructions
Twisted Pair Wiring
Use TIA/EIA-568B wiring for Category 6
connection between send and receive units.
5. Connect an HDMI cable and any desired control accessories between
the display and the receiver (DIGI-HD70-RX).
6. Connect an HDMI cable and any desired control accessories between
the source and the transmitter (DIGI-HD70-TX).
7. Connect the included power supply to the transmitter or receiver and
lock the power supply to the power connector by twisting the locking
collar counter clockwise.
8. Power on attached audio/video devices.
RS232 Wiring
Connect the controller or device RXD signal
to Tx on the DL-HD70 extender. Connect the
controller or device TXD signal to Rx on the
DL-HD70 extender.
DL-HD70-TX or
DL-HD70-RX
Controller or
Device
Tx
RXD
Rx
TXD
The DL-HD70 is capable of passing IR signals between 33 and 55 KHz. To prevent damage to
any of the electronics, the extenders should be powered off while inserting or removing any IR
components. Inserting an IR transmitter into the IR IN port may damage the IR circuit for that
extender.
GND
IR OUT: The IR transmitter (IR emitter) must be plugged into the IR OUT port.
Passing IR Signals:
IR IN: The IR receiver (IR eye) must be plugged into the IR IN port.
Diagnostic LEDs:
The DL-HD70 provides four blue LEDs to indicate the current operating status and to assist
troubleshooting an installation.
Power: Solid, the DL-HD70 extender is receiving power from the power supply or from the
remote extender via Category 6 cabling.
Status: Flashes once per second, the HDBaseT processor is running.
Link: Solid, the two DL-HD70 extenders are communicating via Category 6 cabling.
HDCP: Solid, HDCP signal is present in the HDMI stream. Flashes quickly, no HDCP signal is
present in the HDMI stream.
Important notice:
•
Do not attempt to disassemble or alter the extender housing. There are no userserviceable parts inside the unit. Doing so will void your warranty.
•
To minimize the possibility of equipment damage from electrostatic discharge
(ESD), all source and destination equipment must be powered off during installation.
•
Do not connect the extender to a telecommunication outlet wired to unrelated
equipment. Doing so may damage the unit or any connected equipment. Ensure all
connected twisted pair cabling is straight-through (point-to-point).
•
Allow proper ventilation to reduce the risk of thermal failure.
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