ADDER XDIP reverse KVM switch that enables up to eight consoles to access a single computer or switch. The XDIP is a high resolution, ultra low latency, digital KVM Keyboard, Video, Mouse) unit. Easy operation across your standard 1GbE local network. This XDIP Reverse KVM include 3 XDIP modules
Note:- requires all XDIP units to be connected to a common network switch
ADDERLink XDIP is a high resolution, ultra low latency, digital KVM (Keyboard, Video, Mouse) extender or matrix or reverse KVM.
Easy operation across a direct 100m CatX connection as well as your standard 1GbE local network gives you the choice of point to point or easy switching. Using a standard IP network they can transmit up to 1920 x 1200 video stream, analog audio, USB2.0 and 2 channel audio over a single CATx cable.
Each node also has a feed through port allowing a local user station the ability to switch between a remote computer and a local computer. The transmitting node allows USB and video to monitor the source computer.
• 100m extension distance over CATx cable
• Feed through ports at both local and remote
• Power from POE or external power source
• USB2.0 (low and full speed) for keyboard, mouse, tablet and touch screen
• Bi-directional analog audio (line in/out) with headphone support
• Plug and play
High quality, low latency streaming, real time control
The video extension system is compressed; every frame is sent with a minimal latency of 24ms (1½ frames at 60Hz).
Single CATX cable required - No limitation on extension distances
Video, USB2.0 and audio all pass along a single minimum spec of CAT5e cable allowing reuse of existing infrastructure cables in the building. Distance is linked to the IP standard of 100m runs with a 40% overhead for safety. Longer distances are achieved by routing through your IP infrastructure.
Feed through at local and remote nodes
Feed through ports for both video and USB are available.
Enables connection of any USB human interface device: from mice and keyboards through to touch screens, graphics tablets, jog shuttles, joysticks and 3D explorers. Mass storage devices are NOT supported. Simple contention is used on the ownership of mouse control with a release after 2 seconds of non-movement between local and remote users.
The extender has an intelligent EDID management to allow the true characteristics of the monitor to be passed back to the computer or alternatively, a fixed EDID can be specified.
Plug and Play
The AdderLink XDIP extender is delivered in a zero config state so you can plug the units in and start working with them straight away. There’s no need for drivers or software to be installed. A simple wizard takes you through setup at the start of life of the product.
CD-quality analog audio
The unit delivers CD-quality stereo audio (16-bit sampling at 48kHz) is available to transfer audio between local and remote. Headphones are also supported (up to 32 Ohms impedance).
All computers with HDMI, USB and audio
The system supports resolutions to amaximum of 1920 x 1200 @ 60Hz
Supports USB2.0 HID devices (Keyboard, Mouse and Touch)
All known operating systems
HDMI, 2 x Audio 3.5mm, USB type B, 8p8c Ethernet port
Feed through connections
HDMI, 3 x USB type A
POE 802.3af via Ethernet port or 3 Pin Locking DC jack (Optional: 100-240VAC 50/60Hz, 0.7A, input to power adapter, 12VDC 18W output from power adapter)
Compact case, robust metal construction. 169mm/6.65” (w), 31mm/1.22” (h), 120mm/4.8” (d), 0.6kg/1.3lbs.
0 to 40ºC / 32 to 104ºF
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