The CDA-2EQGA High Resolution 1 x 2 Distribution Amplifier from FSR is designed to satisfy typical applications requiring a local monitor and a remote display device with a long cable run. The CDA-2EQGA's local monitor output is fully buffered by an independent amplifier stage to elimate interaction with the remote output.
The remote output is buffered and equalized to maintain high signal integrity with even the highest video resolutions. This means that the signal that you feed into the CDA-2EQGA will arrive at the far end of the cable with an almost immeasurable amount of loss. Cable runs of 175' are possible using standard mini hi-res coax cable.
The remote output sync circuitry provides a termination option switch to help overcome display jitter and image loss associated with improper sync termination. Image jitter and loss problems are infrequent, but unpredictable and frustrating issues that result from differences in VGA cable construction and display input termination.
To ensure installed system compatibility, the CDA2EQGA can obtain EDID display information data from either the local (default setting) or remote monitor by setting the internal jumpers. The CDA2EQGA model employs a green automatic power down feature that reduces standby power consumption to less than 50mW, which is a reduction of over 95%. This mode can be disabled in applications where a horizontal sync signal is not present to support this feature.
The CDA-2EQGA incorporates a mini stereo input jack on the front and a 5 position pluggable captive screw terminal on the back for balanced stereo audio output. An active audio balancing circuit ensures long, noise-free stereo audio cable runs from the point of installation to the house sound system. The CDA-2EQGA is suitable for laptop or desktop presentations such as PowerPoint that require the secondary audio and video feeds to run longer distances. It can be a versatile complement to a designer's/integrator's palette.