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AdderLink INFINITY 1100
Single-head, DisplayPort or HDMI video, audio and USB 2.0 KVM over 1GbE IP network extension, switching and matrix system, supporting lossless encoding with 1:1 pixel mapping
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Single-head, DisplayPort or HDMI video, audio and USB 2.0 KVM over IP
over 1GbE IP network
• Spatially lossless encoding with 1:1 pixel mapping
• Supports DisplayPort or HDMI connectivity
• Unlimited extension distances
• Supports digital and analog audio
• Maximizes rack space with small form factor pixel-perfect, real-time desktop experience with single-head video, digital audio, and USB 2.0 delivered over a 1GbE IP network
ADDERLink® INFINITY 1100 is a high performance IP KVM extender that forms part of the ADDERLink INFINITY Range. This enables the relocation of critical computing hardware into a secure and temperature controlled environment away from the user work station, while maintaining a pixel-perfect desktop experience.
AdderLink INFINITY 1100 is fully compatible with AdderLink INFINITY Manager (AIM).
Perfect Digital Video, Real Time Control
Using a spatially-lossless encoding system, with 1:1 pixel mapping, the ADDERLink INFINITY 1100 provides pixel-perfect and color accurate video with no artifacts. The digital video received is the same as the digital video leaving the remote computer.
Standard IP Technology
Using standard IP technology allows a choice of CATx or fiber connections. Resilience is offered by the optional second network port which provides teaming facility for load balanced and critical systems.
Unlimited Extension Distances
Extension distance is not limited to a single 328 foot cable length. If you need to extend further, simply add a 1GbE network device to achieve an additional 328 feet. This can be repeated many times. Also fitted with SFP cages to accept fiber optic transceivers for much greater distances.
USB 2.0 with Class Control
Supports USB devices including graphics tablets, jog shuttles, joysticks and 3D explorers, alongside mass storage devices. For secure applications, the system can disable the use of non-HID devices, meaning there is no need to physically block USB ports to prevent the use of mass storage devices.
Flexible and Scalable Extender or Switch
ADDERLink® INFINITY 1100 can be configured as a simple extender or self-managed distributed KVM switch. Each receiver can see up to 16 sources and rapidly switch between them.
ADDERLink® INFINITY Matrix
With the addition of the AdderLink INFINITY Management System (AIM), you can turn multiple point-to-point extenders into a scalable digital KVM matrix system that allows any workstation to link with any computer connected to the network.
Creating an Unmanaged Matrix
Although AdderLink INFINITY 2000 units are most often organiZed and managed by a central AIM server, it is possible to create small networks of AdderLink INFINITY 2000/4000 units, most often in matrix arrangements, i.e. multiple Transmitter and Receiver units which can freely cross-connect.
This method of connection works well for small numbers of Transmitter and Receiver units, but will become more difficult to manage as more units are attached. The maximum number of Transmitter sources that can be made available to any Receiver unit is 16 (sixteen).
Intelligent EDID management allows the true characteristics of the monitor to be passed back to the computer. This ensures perfect video display without additional configuration.
Plug and Play
ADDERLink INFINITY devices are delivered in a zero config state so you can plug them in and start working on them straight away. There is no need for drivers or software to be installed.
Redundant network operation
The units support network teaming allowing for full network redundancy and increased resilience for mission critical applications.
The ALIF1100 models supports 2 channel digital audio input via USB and the digital video connector.
Touch Screen Support
Touch screen support including onscreen keyboard and floating launch button with configurable size which can be positioned anywhere on the screen.
Support for Dithered Video
Allows analog or noisy video to pass through the system along with computer that dither the video to enhance the perceptive image quality. Some Mac® computers use this technique.