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VGA KVM & USB,RS232,IR audio over IP- Transmitter
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VGA KVM & USB,RS232,IR audio over IP- Transmitter

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This extender kit is a versatile solution that can combine multiple interfaces and that can be installed with your existing equipment.

Specifications:

- Extends and distributes HDMI/VGA/DVI signal with two-directional RS-232, analog audio and USB signal over LAN
- Supports Windows-based management software, using PC computer for easy setting input/output link
- Supports Android/iOS APP control
- Selection of the input source by front panel button
- Embedded RS-232 distribution function, sending RS-232 signal from one TX to multiple RX modules
- IGMP support, up to 8K Jumbo frame packet management
- Perfect for large scale remote HD content access and security monitoring systems, digital media applciations.
- Résolution : HDMI 1080p / VGA-DVI 1920 x 1200
- Automatically changes the VGA signal into DVI or HDMI signal and vice-versa
- Supports loop port on the transmitters for a local display
- Compatible with the DHCP server on your network
- Up to 16 transmitter modules and 254 receiver modules can be installed on the same IP
- Maximum connection distance between 2 active devices: 150 meters over category 5e cable

Supports the following operating modes:

- Point to Point direct connection (Extender)
- Point to Point with switch connection (Extender over LAN)
- Multiple TX to Multiple RX via switch connection
- Multiple TX to Multiple RX connection (matrix switcher)
- Multiple TX to one RX connection (KVM switcher over IP)
- One TX to Multiple RX connection (splitter)
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