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by Stuart Berry July 17, 2018

4K Displayport KVM Over IP Receiver

The EXT-DPKA-LANS-RX features a maximum output resolution of 4K 30 Hz 4:4:4. HDCP 2.2 and 1.4 are also supported. USB, RS-232 2-way IR, and audio can be routed independently between any Sender and Receiver unit, allowing end-users to control any of the sources and the displays within their network.

This Receiver features a built-in scaler to help optimize the image for a variety of displays and different viewing environments. It also includes a powerful video-wall controller that accommodates screen configurations up to 16x16, providing flexibility in sizing and manipulating live and signage content in demanding installations.

Digital and analog audio break-out de-embeds audio from the video and sends it to a separate audio system, enhancing the impact of presentations.

The Receiver’s integrated USB hub with two USB 2.0 and two USB 1.1 ports accommodates touch panels, keyboard and mouse, and a variety of supported devices. This feature, along with analog audio inputs and outputs, makes the new AV over IP products perfect to use in collaborative and interactive installations. To ensure maximum versatility and compatibility, the audio outputs on the Receiver units are compatible with both headphones and line level devices such as powered speakers.

The new KM Emulation feature facilitates real-time, simultaneous Keyboard and Mouse control of each source from connected workstations, eliminating the inherent limitations of earlier systems. Power-over-Ethernet allows the new Receiver unit to be powered through a standard PoE-enabled IP network switch, without the need for external power supplies.

When used with the EXT-CU-LAN Matrix Controller, system configuration is automated and quick. Enhanced network security by separating the control and AV networks is also made possible with the EXT-CU-LAN. The Enhanced Gefen API provides added functionality and facilitates use with third-party controllers.

A built-in 2-port Gigabit switch allows daisy-chaining of additional Receivers. In applications where there is a need to replicate content on multiple displays, the ability to cascade Receivers extends the range of these units far beyond the limits of a point-to-point video distribution system.

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