CrystalView DVI CATx Digital CATx KVM extender

CrystalView DVI CATx  Digital CATx KVM extender
CrystalView DVI CATx
Digital CATx Extender
Digital CATx KVM extender
Extends keyboard, video, mouse, serial, and
audio signals up to 400 feet away
Supports DVI-D video at resolutions
up to 1920 x 1200 @ 60Hz
Serial and Audio capability (optional)
Supports CAT5, CAT5e, and CAT6 cables
PS/2 or USB keyboard and mouse support
Single or Dual video models
Easily adapted to your system
Features and Benefits
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The CrystalView™ DVI CATx Advantage
Supports:
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DVI-D video modes
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PS/2 or USB keyboards and mice
The CrystalView DVI CATx is the KVM extender of choice
for businesses that need to extend and operate a
computer, server, or KVM switch from a great distance.
The CrystalView DVI CATx makes this possible by the use
of standard CAT5, 5e, 6, or 7 cable. You can fully operate
and control a computer or server from as far away as 400
feet using standard CATx cable. It supports all
combinations of DVI-D monitors and video cards.
Extend a KVM station from a CPU using
CATx cable up to 400 feet (120 m)
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Video resolutions up to 1920 x 1200 @ 60Hz
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Supports 16/24–Bit color (user selectable)
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Local KVM access on all models
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Single and Dual video models available
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Optional serial support with rates up to 19.2KBaud
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Optional bi-directional audio support
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Compatible with all operating systems
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Fully automatic KVM sharing
Status and Data error indicators on all units
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Easy installation and operation
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Rack mountable options
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Note : CATx = CAT5, CAT5e, CAT6, or Cat7 cables
The system consists of two units; a transmitter and a
receiver. The transmitter connects to your CPU’s
keyboard, DVI-D monitor, and mouse connectors, or to a
Rose KVM switch. The receiver connects to a keyboard,
DVI-D video monitor and mouse or KVM station. The
transmitter and receiver are connected together with CATx
industry standard cable. The receiver can be up to 400
feet from the transmitter using CAT5, 5e, 6, or 7 cables.
All models are available with both transmitter and receiver
KVM access. The transmitter’s KVM access allows an
additional KVM station to be connected to the transmitter
unit. If your system requires dual video, the CrystalView
DVI CATx dual video model can fully support it. If you
need to extend your serial device or audio the CrystalView
DVI CATx serial and audio model can support this feature.
Standard CATx cable
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Typical Application
Part Numbers
Transmitter
Receiver
Up to 400’ of
Catx Cable
Dual DVI Video model Application
Digitally access a computer from two locations,
locally or up to 400feet away
CrystalView DVI CATx basics The CrystalView
DVI CATx system consists of a transmitter that
connects to a PC, server, or KVM switch and a
receiver that connects to a keyboard, monitor, and
mouse or a KVM switch. The transmitter and receiver
units are connected together with up to 400 feet of
standard CATx cable. Serial / audio models connect to
the computers serial and audio ports and to the
corresponding ports on the transmitter. The serial /
audio receiver connects to a set of speakers and to a
supported serial device.
The ideal way to apply the CrystalView DVI CATx is to
connect the transmitter to a Rose Electronics KVM
switch. Expanding the switch allows the receiver to
access up to 1,000 computers or servers.
Models The CrystalView DVI CATx is available in a
PS/2 or USB model. All models allow for a second
KVM station to be connected to the transmitter unit,
providing operation from the transmitter or the
receiver unit. The dual video model supports systems
that need to digitally transmit a second video source.
Serial and full stereo audio models provide extended
serial and audio support.
CRK-2DTXPD1D PS/2, DVI-D, Single video
CRK-2DTXPD2D PS/2, DVI-D, Dual video
CRK-2DTXUD1D USB, DVI-D, Single video
CRK-2DTXUD2D USB, DVI-D, Dual video
/AUD = Serial and Audio option
Specifications
Dimensions
4.125W x 5.625D x 1.375H (in)
10.0W x 14.4D x 3.0 (cm)
Weight
0.65 lbs / 0.3 kg (each unit)
Operating Temp 5˚C – 45˚C / 41˚F – 113˚F
Humidity
80% max, non-condensing
Resolution
Serial
1920 x 1200 @60 Hz
Speed – 19,200 Baud
Data Format – Format independent
Flow Control – RTS, CTS, DTR, DSR
Audio
Bi-directional stereo audio
CD-quality (16-bit, 38.4KHz)
Line level – 5V p-p
+17db microphone amplification
setting option
Connectors
Video – DVI – I
Keyboard – PS/2 or USB
Mouse – PS/2 or USB
Serial – DB9F
Audio – 3.5mm stereo jack
Power
90-240 VAC to 5.0 VDC / app. 10W
Max distance
400’ (120m) CATx cable (AWG24)
200’ (60M) CATx cable (AWG26/8)
Indicators (LEDs) Front panel – power
Video check LED
RJ45 LEDs – Data error / status
Approvals
CE
Installation Installing the CrystalView DVI CATx
units is as easy as connecting the KVM station to the
receiver, connecting the CPU to the transmitter, and
connecting the transmitter to the receiver with CATx
cable. Serial and audio models connect to the
corresponding ports on the computer and local unit.
The remote unit connects to a set of speakers and a
supported serial device.
Keyboard and Mouse emulation The
CrystalView DVI CATx uses a microprocessor to
emulate the keyboard and mouse. Only the
transmitter unit has to be connected for the PC to
boot properly.
CrystalView DVI CATx
(PS/2 model)
CrystalView DVI CATx
(USB model)
CrystalView DVI CATx (Serial / Audio model shown)
 Phone: 281-933-7673  E-mail: [email protected] 
10707 Stancliff Rd. Houston, TX 77099
Rose Electronics – Europe: +49 (0)2454 969442 Rose Electronics – Asia: +65 6324 2322
DS-CRVDx-2.0
 Copyright 2006 Rose Electronics. All rights reserved
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