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The CrystalView DVI Fiber 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 Fiber makes this possible by the use of single mode or multimode fiber cable. You can fully operate and control a computer or server from as far away as 6 miles using 9 µm single mode fiber. The CrystalView DVI Fiber supports all combinations of DVI-D monitors and video cards. 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 fiber cable. The receiver can be up to 6 miles from the transmitter using 9µm single mode.
Extend a KVM station from a CPU using fiber cable up to 6 miles
Supports 18/24-bit color (selectable)
Compatible with all operating systems
Status and data error indicators on all units
Easy installation and operation
CrystalView DVI Fiber basics
The CrystalView DVI Fiber system consists of a transmitter that connects to a PC, or server 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 6 miles of standard fiber cable.
Installing the CrystalView DVI Fiber 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 fiber cable.
Keyboard and mouse emulation
The CrystalView DVI Fiber uses a microprocessor to emulate the keyboard and mouse. Only the transmitter unit has to be connected for the PC to boot properly.