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  • ServSwitch KVM Short-Range Extender Kit Manual
    Manual for the ACU075A-USB.
 

Black Box Explains... Digital Visual Interface (DVI).

The Digital Visual Interface (DVI) video standard is based on transition-minimized differential signaling (TMDS). In a typical single-line digital signal, voltage is raised to a high level and decreased to... more/see it nowa low level to create transitions that convey data. To minimize the number of tran-sitions needed to transfer data, TMDS uses a pair of signal wires. When one wire goes to a high-voltage state, the other goes to a low-voltage state. This balance increases the data-transfer rate and improves accuracy.

Although there are four types of DVI connectors, only DVI-D and DVI-I are commonly used for monitors. DVI-D is a digital-only connector. DVI-I supports both digital and analog RGB connections. collapse

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  • ServTray Complete with CATx Integrated KVM Tray Module Firmware
    Firmware for the KVT417A-16CATX-1IP, KVT417A-8CATX-1IP, KVT419A-16CATX-1IP, KVT419A-8CATX-1IP, & KVT517A-16CATX-1IP (Version 1.12)
 

Product Data Sheets (pdf)...ServSwitch Micro USB


Black Box Explains...UTP cable and color drift.

UTP cable is often used with video or KVM extenders to extend the reach of a video signal. It’s popular for this application because it’s lightweight, easy to handle, and... more/see it nowinexpensive. But when you transmit video over long stretches of twisted-pair cable, you sometimes run into a phenomenon called color drift or color split.

Color drift shows up as that annoying colored shadow you occasionally see around objects on a video screen. It sometimes happens with UTP cable because the pairs of wire in the cable are twisted at slightly different rates to reduce crosstalk between pairs. Because of these differences between wire pairs, video signals for different colors often travel different distances before they reach the remote receiver. When one color signal arrives behind the others because its wire is longer, you get that red, green, or blue shadow around the objects on your video screen.

UTP cable varies widely by manufacturer, so before installing video extenders, it’s difficult to determine whether or not you’re going to have a color drift problem. You’re more likely to experience color drift with higher grades (CAT5e or CAT6) of cable, on longer cable runs, and on high-resolution screens.

If you experience color drift, there are several possible solutions. You can use a shorter length of cable, switch from CAT5e or CAT6 cable to CAT5 cable, use a lower screen resolution, or use a video skew compensator.

A video skew compensator removes color drift by delaying some color signals to compensate for differences in wire pairs. collapse

  • Pdf Drawing... 
  • ServSwitch Wizard SRX DVI-D/USB Extender (Dual-Head) PDF Drawing
    PDF Drawing of the ACU5502A-R3 (1)
 
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  • ServSwitch Agility
    Digital KVM extension and switching over IP.
 
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  • ServSwitch Fiber CWDM Mux/Demux Manual
    Manual for the ACXCWDM4.
 
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  • ServSwitch Octet KVM Switch Software
    Software for KV1700A, KV1701A, KV1702A, KV1703A (Octoware 3.3.0.3)
 
  • Manual... 
  • ServSwitch DVI-D USB KVM-over-Fiber Extender (Single-Mode) User Manual
    User Manual for the ACS261A-SM (Version 1)
 
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