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PS/2 VGA/Audio Cat 5 KVM Extender (1600 x 1200@150m) (CE350)

  • Local and Remote Units connect at distances up to 150 m using Cat 5e cable
  • Dual console operation - control your system from both the local and remote keyboard, monitor, and mouse consoles
  • Superior video quality - 1920 x 1200@60Hz(30 m), 1600 x 1200@60Hz(150 m)
  • Adjustable gain control - automatically and manually adjust signal strength to compensate for distance
  Security policy

Guaranteed Original

  Delivery policy

We accept deliveries nationwide through partner couriers

  Warranty Policy

1 to 3 years Limited Hardware Warranty

  • Local and Remote Units connect at distances up to 150 m using Cat 5e cable
  • Adjustable gain control - automatically and manually adjust signal strength to compensate for distance
  • Dual console operation - control your system from both the local and remote keyboard, monitor, and mouse consoles
  • Built-in ASIC for greater reliability and compatibility
  • Auto Signal Compensation (ASC) and storage of settings
  • RS-232 serial ports - connect to a serial terminal, or serial devices such as touchscreens and barcode scanners (Baud Rate up to 115200 bps)
  • Audio Enabled - supports stereo speakers and microphone
  • Pushbutton operating mode selection (Local Unit only) - select between Local and Auto operating modes, with the press of a single button
  • Built-in 8KV/15KV ESD protection (Contact voltage 8KV; Air voltage 15KV) and 2KV surge protection
  • Superior video quality - 1920 x 1200@60Hz(30 m), 1600 x 1200@60Hz(150 m)
  • Superior Audio - no loss in audio quality at 150 m
  • Supports Wide Screen formats *
  • Supports VGA, SVGA, SXGA (1280 x 1024), UXGA (1600 x 1200), WUXGA (1920 x 1200) and multisync monitors; local monitor supports DDC; DDC2; DDC2B
  • Hot pluggable
  • Rack mountable
  • Easy to install - no software required - connecting cables to the devices is all it takes
  • * The EDID data for a widescreen is sent from the local video output port. For widescreen modes and displays connect the monitor to the local video output port or use an ATEN EDID emulator.
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