Lindy’s family of DVI-D KVM extenders allows for the creation of reliable, scalable and modular solutions with maximum efficiency in the transmission of AV content in various applications.
KVM technology, ideal in installations that require a long distance between the source and console, allows the user to connect to systems that are increasingly complex via a control station (standard keyboard, video and mouse) and manage them remotely, no matter where they are located. But in critical corporate environments, the mere transmission between source device and console may not be enough, as modular systems that allow for cascade connection and a flexible configuration of multiple KVM switches in a solution capable of supporting different platforms may be needed. Furthermore, there are growing demands, in terms of resolution and image quality, for IT and AV environments, which need more efficient transmission technologies. Indeed, content from monitors is transmitted without delays and users must be able to control them remotely via mouse, keyboard, touchscreen or other USB devices without any limitations. A constant evolution of needs and products that sees Lindy first in line in the offering of transmission technologies that are suitable for every bandwidth and range requirement. From the range of Lindy DVI-D KVM extenders, solutions and services for a broad array of sectors can be created, thanks to the effective use of common resources and the development of a transparent and open user access in complex environments.
From KVM extenders to matrix switching, solutions for every need
Navigation and marine, communication, education, collaboration and industrial automation are just some of the sectors in which Lindy extenders find an ideal application. Markets that are accompanied by the option for pre-installed switching that can be activated upon request, which transforms the basic models of KVM extenders, combined with a network switch, into an efficient and suitable KVM matrix switch system for multiple uses. In fact, matrix switching allows for connecting a high number of destination devices to a Human Interface Device (keyboard, video and mouse), allowing each user to connect with a certain device by simply pressing a button.
Lindy’s KVM extenders offer all that is necessary for the expansion and distribution of digital signals such as DVI and USB in a modular range composed of three base models that can be implemented with coordinated added options. Here are the features of the first three Lindy offerings for remote control and AV signal extension.
KVM Extender Cat.6 DVI-D Single Link & USB 2.0 130m
A KVM extender with limited upgrade options and a range of 130m with cat. 5/6 connections and maximum resolution of 1920×1200. Available upgrade options: Mass Storage USB 2.0 support, matrix switching.
KVM Extender Cat.6 DVI-D Single Link, USB 2.0 & Audio options or RS232 130m
An extender with the full range of upgrade options available and a range of 130m with cat. 5/6 connections and maximum resolution of 1920×1200. Available upgrade options: USB 2.0 Mass Storage, audio, matrix switching and VGA software; RS232 hardware (as an alternative to audio).
KVM Extender on Fiber-Optic DVI-D Single Link & USB 2.0 500m
The possibility of expanding the maximum range to 20km with single & multimode fiber-optic connections and resolution up to 1920×1200. Available upgrade options: Mass Storage USB 2.0 support, audio, matrix switching and VGA software; RS232 hardware (as an alternative to audio).
An offering that can be configured flexibly via optional packets, not just when ordering but even years later. Lindy’s KVM DVI-D Extenders are distinguished for their features that are suitable for numerous needs and that, thanks to their structure, can be increased and combined by systems integrators and end users.
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