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 Modular Extenders

Nov 4, 2019, 14:12 p.m.
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This modular KVM extension system takes video, USB, and serial signals over CATx or fiber.

Mix and match modular interface cards to extend DVI, HDMI, SDI, USB, RS-232, and audio signals. Distances depend on the medium. Over CATx, go up to 460 feet; over multimode fiber, go up to 3280 feet, and over single-mode fiber, go up to 6 miles. Video standards and resolutions include DVI-D up to 2560 x 1600; HDMI up to 2560 x 1440; and DisplayPort resolutions up to 4K/60. The modular housing is compatible with other DKM FX & FXC Matrix Switching Systems.
Categories : Modular Extenders

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