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Avocent HMX 6000
IP-based high performance KVM extension and switching system provides access to system computers via a CATx (or fiber) network, supporting dual DVI video at 2560x1600 resolution
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3) HMX 6000 Dual DVI, USB, Audio, SFP, VNC, Transmitter Model No. HMX6210T-001 In stock
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Dual-head DVI, copper & fiber KVM over IP network DVI/USB extender
featuring dual-head DVI-D (dual- or single-link), USB, audio (3.5mm in/out), RS232, Ethernet over twisted pair and SFP ports, optionally supporting VNC
Avocent HMX 6000 Series is an IP-based high performance KVM extender that can be part of a fully-matrixed KVM solution when an HMX Advanced manager is added to the solution. This enables you to locate your critical computing hardware in a secure and temperature controlled environment away from the user work station, while maintaining a pixel perfect desktop experience.
Avocent HMX 6000 is a high performance KVM extender that provides access to system computers via a CATx network, allowing users the ability to access and share computing resources. It is ideal for demanding applications such as pre- and post-production editing, control rooms and collaborative environments. The KVM has hotkey capability and allows fast switching. It provides access to DVI-D video resolution of up to 2560x1600 @ 60Hz.
USB 2.0 True Emulation with Class Control
HMX 6000 enables you to connect any USB 2.0 human interface device from mice and keyboards through to graphics tablets, jog shuttles, joysticks and 3D explorers. Furthermore, most other USB devices can also be attached, such as mass storage devices.
Redundant Network Operation
The units are able to detect whether the network is in operation and can automatically change to its second network port if it detects a failure.
Ideal for Control Rooms
• Plug and play
• 330 foot extension distance on single CATx; unlimited using standard IP network
• 1640 feet to 6.2 miles over fiber
• Single link or single head configuration
• Resolutions up to 2560x1600 @ 60hz
• USB mass storage supported plus keyboard, mouse tablet and touch screen
• Redundant network operation
Dual Link or Dual Head DVI
HMX 6000 features full DVI connectivity for either dual link or dual head applications. DVI delivers native digital video signals from your computer to your digital panel (LCD for example) without the need to convert signal types from the digital domain. By delivering native digital video throughout the HMX 6000 network, you can be assured of accuracy on each and every pixel.
Network Topology - CATx or Fiber
You can configure your network topology to best suit your needs. If you simply want to extend one computer Tx to one user Rx, you can do so by connecting both Tx and Rx units via a low cost CATx cable or fiber. Distance is not limited - a single copper network cable will deliver IP traffic up to 330 feet away. If you want to go further, simply add a network switch in to achieve an additional 330 feet. This can be done as many times if you wish. HMX 6000 network is assumed to be a private network which you manage. As such, you can control maximum data rates generated by each Tx unit to ensure absolute stability.
Perfect Digital Video
HMX 6000 makes use of multiple video encode technologies devised by Avocent to deliver the very best picture available. Avocent's encoding systems are spatially lossless, with 1:1 pixel mapping, so the digital video you receive is the same as the digital video leaving the remote computer.
Because of the efficient manner in which HMX 6000 constructs data for IP transmission, it is perfectly reasonable to make use of standard off-the-shelf wireless routing to connect either Rx or Tx units to your network. Typical desktop applications (word processing, datasheet etc.) will use very little bandwidth.
Digital Stereo Audio
HMX 6000 delivers crystal clear stereo audio digitally across the network. This ensures continuous fidelity and channel separation between the Tx and Rx units, or even in Multicast environments.
HMX Advanced Manager
Using HMX Advanced Manager gives access to advanced management functions including an EPG style on screen displaying a window which appears in front of the users screen detailing the channels available to them. An administrator can specify different channels and permissions for each user.
HMX 6000 includes a bidirectional RS232 interface which can be used to connect devices such as touch screens, simple printers or to control external equipment, and feedback remote data sources.