Adder to launch new products at NAB 2016

Cambridge,  March 2016: Adder Technology, the high performance KVM (keyboard, video, mouse) specialist, will be launching several new products on booth SL 11109 at NAB, including the AdderLink XD150FX fibre extender and Adder RED-PSU; a power distribution unit with optional redundancy. Also on show will be a new professional grade VGA to DVI conversion module and VGA CAM for the DDX30, further augmenting the DDX30 range with an analogue computer access module. The AdderLink XD150FX is a high-performance point-to-point fibre extender with USB2.0 that can transmit high quality video — up to 2560x1600 — and analogue audio over a duplex fibre optic cable. The extender enables users to locate critical computing hardware away from workspaces in an access and temperature controlled environment. This latest addition to the range includes a built-in level of IP control with the inclusion of a network port, which enables it to be controlled by other systems.


NAB will also be the first time that North American audiences get to see the fully UL-approved Adder RED-PSU, a power distribution unit, with redundancy, in operation. The newly launched 19 inch rack-mountable solution features 16 lockable power outputs, two hot-swappable power modules, a web interface and intelligent load balancing for 24/7 reliability.


Additional new technologies on stand include two new A/D converters. The first is a VGA computer access module (CAM) to complement the range of modules available for the AdderView DDX matrix. The VGA CAM is designed specifically for use with the AdderView DDX30, a compact and flexible digital matrix solution. This new module supports VGA connections which ensures all DDX matrix systems can flexibly handle both analogue and digital sources. The second solution is the Adder DVA, a professional grade VGA to DVI converter that adds to the Adder range of toolkit solutions. A product developed for the US market, the Adder DVA broadens the capabilities across the range of Adder solutions including the AdderLink Infinity matrix by ensuring analogue sources can be seamlessly integrated with this state-of-the-art digital solution.