Gefen DVI KVM ELR Extender

A KVM extender from Gefen.
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Gefen DVI KVM ELR Extender

Aug 18, 2011 12:27 PM

Gefen DVI KVM ELR Extender

Gefen announced that its DVI KVM ELR Extender is now shipping. Based on HDBaseT technology, Gefen’s ELR technology enables high-resolution DVI-format video to travel long distances using a single Cat-5 cable. With its ability to carry three USB 2.0 signals on the same Cat-5 cable alongside the DVI, the DVI KVM ELR Extender reduces the amount of cable needed while increasing the length of extension to 330ft. At this distance, high-resolution video is supported at resolutions up to 1920x1200. USB data is sent at rates reaching up to 100Mbps. Installation is plug-and-play, requiring the connection of the computer to the sender unit. The receiver offers three USB outputs for keyboard/mouse, camera, hard drive, printer or scanner, and a display. The DVI KVM ELR Extender comes with locking power supplies to prevent potential disconnects, is rack-mountable, and supports cross-platform computers. Price: $999

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