DVI-D KVM Fiber Extender With Full Support Of USB 2.0
The new SFX KVM family from SmartAVI extends up to 4 DVI-D displays, USB 2.0 devices, stereo audio, with RS-232 over fiber optic cables.
November 16, 2012 (Newswire.com) - Using a computer with up to 4 DVI-D displays and high-speed USB 2.0 peripherals over long distances is simple with the SFX family of KVM extenders from SmartAVI. The SFX family of fiber optic KVM extenders can send high-definition DVI-D, USB 2.0, stereo audio and RS-232 signals to a remote location up to 1,500 feet away over multimode fiber and up to 10 miles over singlemode fiber. They support all USB device types from high-speed web cams, hard drives, printers, scanners, audio devices, touch screens, digital cameras and game controllers. Because the SFX family uses fiber optic cabling, it is immune to electromagnetic interference. This makes it ideal for use in situations where there is considerable interference with the added benefit of security because its fiber optic signals cannot be easily tapped.
For more information about the SFX family or about any of SmartAVI's products, please visit: http://www.SmartAVI.com
SmartAVI, Inc. is a world-leading innovator of digital signage and video/audio/control signal distribution and switching over UTP/STP and fiber optic cable, based in North Hollywood, California. SmartAVI is internationally known for its aggressively-priced, high-quality audio/visual signal management solutions. System architects everywhere have come to rely on SmartAVI's innovative technologies and commitment to the highest standards in A/V solutions. Companies that have embraced SmartAVI's expertise include: NASA, Boeing, DreamWorks Studios, Johnson & Johnson, United States Army, Procter & Gamble Company, Adobe Systems Incorporated, Lockheed Martin, Monte Carlo Resort, and Miller Brewing Company.
SmartAVI, Inc. is a world-leading innovator of digital signage and video/audio/control signal distribution and switching over UTP/STP and fiber optic cable, based in North Hollywood, California.
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