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The CrystalView USB2 Video and USB extender is the extender of choice for extending single, dual, or quad video and USB devices up to 150 feet from the controlling computer. The CrystalView USB2 extender makes this possible by the use of standard CATx cable. You can view single, dual, or quad video and fully operate and control your USB devices from as far away as 150 feet using standard CATx cable. Remotely accessing your USB devices is made convenient in a variety of situations. You can locate users away from hazardous industrial environments where the USB device is located, locate devices away from areas vulnerable to theft of hardware and data, reduce noise and heat; increase desk and floor space. Transmit high quality single, dual, or quad video using CATx cable. Cable length is no problem. The CrystalView USB2 automatically adjusts the video compensation and gain based on the cable length.
Supports USB 1.1 (low and full speed) and USB 2.0 (high-speed)
Extend single, dual, or quad video and USB 2.0 peripherals up to 150 ft (50m) from a CPU using CATx cable (CAT5, 5e, 6, or 7)
Cable length compensation adjustments (Equalization and gain) are automatically performed
Video equalization and gain can be fine tuned with simple keyboard commands
Automatic video skew adjustments (optional)
VESA enhanced DDC enables plug-and-play capability
Flash upgradeable firmware prevents obsolescence
SVGA, VGA, XGA, RGB video modes
Single, Dual, or Quad head VGA video cards
USB or PS/2 keyboards and mice
USB 2.0 high-speed peripherals
Video resolutions up to 1920 x 1200 @ 60Hz
Up to 500 ma of power is available at each USB port for powering high-power USB devices
Optional +12V power adapter for the transmitter (Needed if USB port power in inadequate to power the transmitter)