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  • ServSwitch Wizard SRX DVI-D/USB Extender (Dual-Head) PDF Drawing
    PDF Drawing of the ACU5502A-R3 (1)
 

Product Data Sheets (pdf)...Select Server Cabinets


Product Data Sheets (pdf)...ServSwitch EC for PS/2 and USB Servers and PS/2 Consoles

  • Video...ServSwitch 4site Flex Demo

    Watch an on-screen demonstration of the ServSwitch 4Site Flex. This multiviewer KVM streams high-definition video from four sources to one monitor, and enables several viewing modes. Ideal for conference previewing,... more/see it nowbroadcast and security applications, and space-limited control rooms. Supports VGA and digital video, HDCP and embedded audio, and streams video at 60 frames per second. Hotmouse control enables fast switching between tiles. collapse


Black Box Explains...Digital Visual Interface (DVI) and other digital display interfaces.

There are three main types of digital video interfaces: P&D, DFP, and DVI. P&D (Plug & Display, also known as EVC), the earliest of these technologies, supports both digital and... more/see it nowanalog RGB connections and is now used primarily on projectors. DFP (Digital Flat-Panel Port) was the first digital-only connector on displays and graphics cards; it’s being phased out.

There are different types of DVI connectors: DVI-D, DVI-I, DVI-A, DFP, and EVC.

DVI-D is a digital-only connector. DVI-I supports both digital and analog RGB connections. Some manufacturers are offering the DVI-I connector type on their products instead of separate analog and digital connectors. DVI-A is used to carry an analog DVI signal to a VGA device, such as a display. DFP, like DVI-D, was an early digital-only connector used on some displays; it’s being phased out. EVC (also known as P&D) is similar to DVI-I only it’s slightly larger in size. It also handles digital and analog connections, and it’s used primarily on projectors.

All these standards are based on transition-minimized differential signaling (TMDS). In a typical single-line digital signal, voltage is raised to a high level and decreased to a low level to create transitions that convey data. TMDS uses a pair of signal wires to minimize the number of transitions needed to transfer data. 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. collapse

  • Manual... 
  • ServSwitch EC for DVI + USB Servers and DVI + USB Console
    (Version 1)
 
  • Manual... 
  • ServSwitch DT DVI 4-Port with Transparent USB 2.0 User Manual
    User Manual for the KV9604A (Version 1)
 
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  • ServSwitch KVM Extender, DVI-D and USB 2.0, over CATx Quick Start Guide
    Quick Start Guide for ACU1500A (Version 1)
 

Product Data Sheets (pdf)...ServSwitch Affinity

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  • ServSwitch USB Micro Extender
    Installation and User Guide (Jun-05)
 
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