Adder industrial KVM extenders are the solution for those who need to organize KVM access to a physically remote computer, whether it is a server, workstation, or a rack of consolidated workstations. Design without moving parts, rack-mount capability, support for resolutions up to 1900x1440 and broadcast range up to 300 meters using twisted pair. Plus-adder proprietary technologies to ensure high image quality and industrial reliability.
DVI KVM switches don't just allow you to control working machines over a more advanced interface. They reveal the possibility of remote use of computers for professional applications related to high-quality graphics. Physical modeling, working with exchange data, or using it in medical and scientific laboratories.
We continue to get acquainted with the industrial KVM switches AdderView CATx series. In this article, we will look at two KVMs, one of which can work over IP. Each of them has a dual power supply system, a built-in signal amplifier. When cascading, the IP version can connect up to 512 machines, providing secure operation via a channel encrypted with a 128-bit key.
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AdderView universal KVM switches are compatible with PC, MAC, and SUN platforms, they have flashable adapters, built-in extenders that allow you to work at a distance of up to 300 meters from the machine, support a resolution of up to 1920x1200, can be cascaded, and have all the modern features that successfully compete with already well-known players in the KVM market.
VNC console is a convenient solution for situations when you need to get console access to a remote computer, but IP-KVM is too expensive and unjustified. There are a lot of situations when you need to manage one or two servers that are difficult to access physically. Such a tasty niche could not remain untouched, and today we are considering solutions for such cases. Solutions are inexpensive and convenient.