Media Converters

At its core, media converters are simple devices used to connect two devices or LANs that are not entirely relatable, due to different speeds, operation types, modes or media types (twisted pair, fiber, coax). Most common usage is to insert fiber segments into copper networks. This gives you the ability to extend your Ethernet network beyond the 100-meter limit imposed by copper cable. Media converters can be used anywhere in the network to integrate newer technology with existing equipment to support new applications, technologies and future growth. Instead of costly, across-the-board upgrades, media converters can extend the productive life of the existing cabling as well as the active equipment.

DKM Extenders

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Expand your signal extension options in the DKM FX Matrix Switching System

By relocating computers and servers in separate equipment rooms, it becomes easier to protect critical CPU's and servers from dirt, moisture, and unauthorized access. Operators are offered a much more friendly work area without the heat and noise disturbances produced by powerful computer CPU's and servers. This is critical for data centers, hospitals, sound studios, financial centers, air traffic control towers, and sea-going vessels.

Now you can have KVM control with high-resolution digital graphics wherever you need it. Use DKM Extenders as standalone point-to-point extenders or use them for end point connectivity with your DKM FX or FXC system for long-distance transmission, up to 6 miles, of video, keyboard, mouse, USB, and serial peripherals over CATx or fiber.

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