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Kramer VP-81KSi

The Kramer VP-81KSi can switch any one of eight inputs to one computer graphics video, one unbalanced and one balanced stereo audio, and one twisted-pair output. 1/16/2012 7:14 AM Eastern

Kramer VP-81KSi

Jan 16, 2012 12:14 PM




Kramer Electronics has introduced the VP-81KSi, an analog Step-in switcher for computer graphics video. The unit can switch any one of eight inputs to one computer graphics video, one unbalanced and one balanced stereo audio, and one twisted-pair output. The VP-81KSi is designed to work with a family of Step-In modules: the SI-1VGA, SI- 1VGAT, and WSI-1VGA. These Step-in modules are part of Kramer’s Table Mount Solution Products, such as the line of TBUS models, which are mounted in or below conference room tables. With the VP-81KSi, meeting attendees can connect the computer graphics video and audio from their laptops into the module located in a TBUS at their seat. The module is prewired to the switcher that is connected to the projector. Each attendee can make his laptop the active device by pressing a switch in the module. The VP-81KSi is HDTV-compatible and has a bandwidth of 440MHz to ensure performance for signals with resolutions up to WUXGA. The VP-81KSi switcher offers several control options including front-panel buttons, remote Step-in modules, RS-232, RS-485, Ethernet via a built-in web server, contact closure, and IR. It has a power supply that operates on 100-240V AC and fits a standard 19in. rackmount. Price: $1,295


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