The ADDERLink XDIP Single Link with PoE HDMI & USB Extender over IP with PSU is designed to improve IT scalability for small to medium businesses. Utilizing a standard 1 Gb/s IP network, the XDIP enables users to extend and manage critical PCs with ultra-low latency and HD video. An intuitive API delivers remote control of the matrix and allows the XDIP to be integrated into larger systems controlled by third-party software.
- Flexible and scalable: each XDIP unit can be configured as a simple extender, distributed KVM switch, or for AV distribution. Each receiver can see up to 16 sources and each transmitter can connect to up to 256 receivers.
- Configurable units: the XDIP user and computer units are identical and can be configured as a transmitter or receiver. This means the solution can be built to suit the application, and should the application change, units can be re-configured to suit.
- High-quality video: the XDIP supports video resolutions of up to 1920 x 1200 @ 60 Hz.
- Power over Ethernet (PoE): compatible with most PoE switches, the XDIP can be easily installed without the need for additional power. Many PoE switches offer redundant power options, which the XDIP can leverage for enhanced reliability.
- Remote control: users can remotely control their XDIP network via a RESTful API or HTTPS web browser. By managing the receiver end points through an API, users can control the matrix. The XDIP is designed to work with any third-party controller via HTTPS.
- Extension distance: extension distance is linked to the IP standard of 328' with a 40% overhead for safety. Longer distances can be achieved by routing through IP infrastructure.
- Audio capability: XDIP delivers bidirectional analog audio (16-bit sampling at 48 kHz) passed between the local and remote units. Headphones are also supported (16 to 32 Ohms).
- Plug and Play: the XDIP is delivered in a zero config. state, so it works, without the need for drivers or software, as soon as it is connected. A simple setup wizard guides the user through set up when the device is connected.