20 Pcs Extender VGA Male to LAN CAT5 CAT6 RJ45 Network Cable Female AdapterCategory: Aten Vga ExtenderDescription:1.Use this adapter along with CAT5 cables to extend VGA video signals up to 100ft2.Save money by using a CAT5 cable versus a VGA cable3.Makes running cables easier due to RJ45 being thinner4.Requires no external power5.Connects VGA female to RJ45 maleFeatures:VGA Extender over CAT5/CAT6/RJ45 Cable(cable not included)1.This adapter will allow you to connect your PC, laptop, DVR, Media Center, or Game console VGA video port to TV, Projector, Monitor with available VGA input for ultimate multimedia experience2.A perfect solution for your Media Center PC to your HDTV.3.Allow transmitting signal between VGA video ports for distances up to 66ft (approximately 20 meters) over CAT5, CAT6 ethernet cable (cable not included).4.The distance and picture quality depends on length of the cable, and the resolution that you'd like to transmit5.We recommend you use CAT6 or shield CAT5 for the best performance6.For best results please try to stay away from major power lines fluorescent and neon lights.( 12 Inches / 0.3 Meter )7.Connector:15-pin HD-15 Male to RJ45Specification:Size:5.5 x 3.2 x 1.5cmColor: blackPackage weight:0.7oz/19g x 1How to use:With this adapter, using the CAT5 or SUTPThe distance is within 20 m when use this adapterNote:1.Make sure that the your connection works over regular VGA cable2.For the long runs try to avoid jack connections, for the best result use straight network CAT5 cable3. CAT5 cable may be affected by close proximity of fluorescent fixtures. If possible, keep it at least 2 feet (0.5 meters) away4.You CAN NOT use switch, router or hub to transmit video using these adapters5.DO NOT use crossover network cable. Use either 568A, or 568B wiring on both ends6.If connecting to a TV with VGA PC Input, and there is the message Unsupported PC Signal check your manual for maximum or fixed resolution of your TV PC input. In most cases it is 1024x768. The other way to test the limits is to lower your PC video card resolution to 800x600, then gradually increase it. Some TV's and monitors require fixed resolution of the video card in order to display picture.