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AdderLink X2 MultiScreen
PS/2 KVM, audio, multiple full speed RS232 serial and multiple VGA video extension to control a multi-video-head PC over 1000 feet of UTP cable
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PS/2 KVM, audio, multiple RS-232 serial and multiple VGA video extension
to control a multi-video-head PC over 1000 feet of UTP cable
AdderLink X2 MultiScreen KVM extenders extend multiple very high quality VGA video signals, together with PS/2 keyboard and mouse signals, multiple transparent, full speed RS232 signals and high quality audio up to 1000 feet over Category 5 or higher twisted pair cable.
In addition to this functionality, AdderLink X2 MultiScreen provide a local feed through port for control of computer at the local computer end. Based on the technology of the hugely successful AdderLink X2 Gold, the AdderLink X2 MultiScreen provide industry-leading rack densities and is a modular and flexible solution.
AdderLink X2 MultiScreen provide local access in order that configuration does not have to be carried out remotely or require the unplugging and plugging in of local screens, keyboard and mice.
Video resolutions of 1600 x 1200 are achievable at 650 feet and 1280 x 1024 at 1000 feet. AdderLink X2 MultiScreen apply a high level of signal compensation that allows for a greatly increased range of very smooth and fine adjustments. AdderLink X2 MultiScreen also offer their own brightness correction to ensure that the image is crisp, clear and bright, regardless of the distance and is individually selectable per video head.
AdderLink X2 MultiScreen's state of the art 300MHz DeSkew circuits compensate for any skew effects that may be introduced by long CATx cables. DDC circuits are also fitted to enable the computer to query the monitors so that the video cards can be optimally configured. Without this circuitry, some well-known high performance video cards cannot be used at high resolutions.
AdderLink X2 MultiScreen units ensure that the transmitter and receiver clocks are synchronised to ensure that no audio is ever lost or added, thus preventing annoying audio clicks.