Kramer VA-1VGA Computer Graphics Video EDID Emulator

Kramer VA-1VGA Computer Graphics Video EDID Emulator

Kramer VA-1VGA Computer Graphics Video EDID Emulator

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Kramer VA-1VGA Computer Graphics Video EDID Emulator

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  • EDID Emulator
  • Non-Volatile Memory
  • Control Capture Button
  • Standalone or Rackmount

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The VA-1VGA Computer Graphics Video EDID Emulator from Kramer is an EDID emulator for VGA signals. It can capture EDID settings in non-volatile memory from the output to allow for reliable connection to source signals.

Use this unit to store EDID data in non-volatile memory to facilitate connection to source signals
It offers a bandwidth of 1.8GHz
The device can be controlled via its capture button
This unit belongs to the Kramer TOOLS Series and up to (3) of these units can be mounted side by side in 1U of rack space using the separately available K-3T rack adapter
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Kramer VA-1VGA Computer Graphics Video EDID Emulator
  • 12VDC Power Supply
  • Seven-Year Warranty Against Defects in Material & Workmanship
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    • 1Description
    Performance Input: 1 XGA input on a 15-pin HD connector
    Output: 1 XGA output on a 15-pin HD connector
    Maximum Output Level: >2Vpp
    Bandwidth (-3dB): 1.8GHz
    Differential Gain: 0.02%
    Differential Phase: 0.02 degrees
    K-Factor: <0.05%
    Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 74dB @ 5MHz (unweighted: 66dB)
    Controls: Push button for EDID monitor information storage
    Coupling: DC, direct wiring between input and output
    Power 12VDC, 35mA
    Dimensions (HxWxD) 1.2 x 2.4 x 2.6" (3 x 6 x 6.5cm)
    Weight 0.33 lbs (0.15kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.9 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.9 x 4.8 x 3.4"

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