The DisplayPort KVM Extender over CAT-7 allows the installation of a Hi-Def display, keyboard, mouse, and other USB peripherals up to 100 feet (30 meters) away from a computer, using two or three CAT-7 cables. Resolutions up to 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA) or 1080p Full HD when using two CAT-7 cables, and up to 2560 x 1600 (WQXGA) when using three cables can be supported. HDCP is also supported. When using USB 2.0, 480 Mbps data rates are supported. This extender is also backward compatible with USB 1.1.
User application: Install your computer source away from your desktop for a clean, secure, and quiet work environment. This is ideal for post- production studios that need a quieter workspace or for kiosks that do not have room to hide or store the computer tower. By extending the Keyboard, Video, and Mouse to a remote desktop, the computer source can remain safe, locked in a server room to prevent tampering by users. KVM extenders can also be used in music studios, internet cafes, computer classes, board rooms, work offices, casinos, and also for Digital Signage applications that provide user interactivity.
How It Works
Connect the included DisplayPort cable from the computer to the DisplayPort input of the Sender unit. Connect the included USB cable from the computer's USB Host Interface port to the Sender unit. Connect the Receiver unit to a Hi-Def display using a DisplayPort cable. Connect a keyboard, a mouse, or another USB peripheral to the two USB ports on the Receiver unit. Connect the Sender unit to the Receiver unit using two or three CAT-7 cables, depending on the maximum required video resolution. First, connect the supplied 5V DC power supplies with locking connectors to the Sender and Receiver units. Then, connect them to available electrical outlets. Turn on the power to the computer, the display, and any connected USB device that is externally powered.