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USB-VGA dual-view KVM extender (500 feet)
ATEN CE774 dual-view KVM extender allows access to a computer system from a remote dual-view console up to 500 feet (150m) away. The dual view function provides support for two displays, allowing the video output to seamlessly display on two monitors.
Its advanced PC Wake - Up feature that allows you simply uses a pushbutton from the remote dual view console to wake a PC at the local site via RS-232, no need to go to the local site to wake up the PC.
CE774 eliminates the need for traveling back and forth between the local computer and remote console, efficient and flexible.
Use the improved built-in front panel tuners to easily adjust the picture quality.
Features and Benefits
• Dual View support - connect two screens to transmit two video output signals to a remote site up to 500 feet (150m) awayusing inexpensive CAT-5e/6 cables
• Dual console operation - control your system from both the local and remote USB keyboard, monitor, and mouse consoles
• PC Wakeup support - from the remote console, simply use a pushbutton to wake a computer at the local site via RS-232
• Superior video quality – 1920x1200 @ 60Hz (100 feet, 30m), 1600x1200 @ 60Hz (500 feet, 150m)
• Gain/Compensation control – adjusts signal strength in order to compensate for distance
• RS-232 Channel – allow you to connect to a serial terminal, or serial devices such as touchscreens and barcode scanners
• Built-in 8KV/15KV ESD protection (Contact voltage 8KV; Air voltage 15KV)
• Sun/Mac keyboard support and emulation*
• Supports wide screen formats**
1x CE774L USB KVM Extender (Local Unit)
1x CE774R USB KVM Extender (Remote Unit)
1x VGA Cable
1x USB KVM Cable Set
2x Power Adapters
1x Mounting Kit
1x User Instructions
* 1. PC keyboard combinations emulate Sun/Mac keyboards
* 2. Sun/Mac keyboards only work with their own computers
** The EDID data for a widescreen is sent from the local video output port. For widescreen modes and displays connect the monitor to the local video output port or use an ATEN EDID emulator.