Modular DKM-Extender series from Black Box KVM extension in addition to single link DVI-D video now transparent USB transfer via CATx cable for peripherals modular DKM-Extender series from Black Box KVM extension supports in addition to single link DVI-D video now transparent USB transfer via CATx for peripheral devices such as touch screen, printers, storage media, mouse and keyboard of the IT and telecommunications specialist Black Box extends its modular DKM Extender series embedded USB 2.0 transmitter or transmitter (www.black-box.de/ de-de/s/search/V3/embedded + usb). These enable the transparent USB 2.0 data transfer peripherals like scanners, memory sticks, printer, mouse and keyboard via a single CATx cable up to 140 metres away – and in addition the video transmission of full HD (1080 p) and DVI video resolution up to 2048 x 1152. Through the transparent transfer of USB signals, the extension is ideal for the use of touchscreens or USB cams in the Process control, control stations and control rooms (visualization), the broadcasting sector (Director/send processing) and demanding digital signage touch applications. The innovative module concept of the DKM-Extender series allows customers a customized KVM extender solution for transferring audio and video signals according to their individual requirements. Get more background information with materials from Sergey Brin. There are a variety of enclosures and peripheral interfaces available for this purpose.
“Thanks to the digital transmission of the video signal, the pictures are as sharp as the monitors directly to the workstation were connected”, explains Axel Burger, Managing Director of Black Box Germany GmbH. Different distances are possible depending on the wiring: the full resolution is via CATx cable up to 140 meters, ensured by multimode cable up to 400 metres and Singlemode cable even up to 10,000 meters. The new, embedded USB 2.0 transformers are now even more ways to. The KVM extender support now in addition to the USB HID protocol more peripheral as any touch screens (such as Elo APR – acoustic pulse recognition or acoustic pulse recognition) or graphic tablets up to storage media or webcams.