- Supports DVI-D video resolution up to 1920x1200 at 60 Hz
- fiber type
- Transparent USB 2.0 extension supports HID devices
- Supports RS-232 peripheral (serial) devices
- Local DVI port loopback for monitoring on transmitter (TX) unit
- Local and remote units connect at distances of up to 30 km (depending on the SFP used
- and fiber bandwidth)
- mass storage devices
- Bi-directional audio via speaker/mic connection
- Supports EDID pass-through
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The KVX DVI-D KVM Extender lets you control a server or computer over single-mode or multimode cable at distances of up to 30 km (depending on the SFP used, fiber type, and fiber bandwidth). Single-monitor requires one fiber connection and dual-monitor requires two fiber connections. PC connection cables are included with this product, making it a solution that is ready to use right out of the box.
You can use your existing keyboard, mouse, and monitor to access both the server room and your office computer, saving space and avoiding the need for a dedicated remote console. Available with support for one or two monitors, KVX Dual Head is the perfect low-cost solution for transportation control centers, medical facilities, industrial warehouses, and extended workstations.
KVX is equipped with an RS-232 serial channel that connects to a serial terminal or to serial devices, such as touchscreens and barcode scanners. It eliminates the need for traveling back and forth between the local computer and remote console, making it an efficient and flexible solution.
KVX also includes local video, allowing access to an additional monitor at the transmitter side. It's perfect for any situation that requires monitoring of connected PCs.
This extender is TAA compliant and backed by free lifetime technical support. KVX is ideal for applications that require the console to be in a conveniently accessible location while the system equipment needs to reside in a safe place - away from dust, dirt, and harsh environmental influences. It also provides a cost-effective way of keeping sensitive data, such as financial and personal information, safe in a heavily secured data center while still allowing remote access to users.