AV Access Launches a New 4K KVM over IP Extender for Multi-User for Remote Systems
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AV Access, a leading brand in the online market of Pro AV industry, today announced the addition of 4KIP100-KVM KVM over IP extender to the company’s KVM extender portfolio. Multiple sets of extenders can work together via a standard Gigabit Ethernet switch for effortless KVM extension. Thus, multiple users can seamlessly control multiple remote computers simultaneously with ultra-low latency. 4KIP100-KVM is ideal for any long-distance KVM extending applications like data control centers, video surveillance centers, government, healthcare, video gaming and education.
4K UHD & Point-to-Point Transmission
“In addition to this KVM over IP solution, we have also a wide range of KVM products like CATx KVM extenders, 2×1 and 4×1 KVM switches, USB 2.0 extender, USB 3.0 switch, etc. I’m so delighted to announce our latest addition to one of the most robust product lines in the industry. 4KIP100-KVM could be one of the most cost-effective and plug-n-play solutions for extending KVM control of remote systems across the enterprise”, said Kevin Zhang, director of AV Access’s product development.
Composed of a transmitter and a receiver, the KVM over IP extender supports point-to-point application. A pair of transmitter and receiver can be directly connected, extending 4K@30hz HDMI video signal and USB 2.0 signal over single Cat5e/6 cable up to 120m/390ft with ultra-low latency. Since the receiver includes three USB ports, users can not only connect a keyboard and a mouse, but also other USB 2.0 peripherals such as microphone, camera, touchscreen interface and flash drive.
Economical Solution for Multi-User Control
Up to 16 sets of transmitter and receiver can work together via a standard Gigabit ethernet switch without the VLAN settings. “4KIP100-KVM is an ideal solution for control centers, especially data control centers and video surveillance centers, as remote server control is a daily task for operators working in these environments. They usually place all computers in one device room for easier management and maintenance. With our product, multiple operators can have concurrent access to their respective remote computer/server from their local console”, added Kevin, “To route the signal from a transmitter to a receiver, they just need to toggle each individual switches of the DIP switch on the decoder to the same positions as these in the encoder”.
What’s more, 4KIP100-KVM supports 1080P@120Hz, 7.1-channel audio and HDCP 1.4 specification. Users can remotely control their PC, Play Station or Xbox with a set of keyboard, mouse and gamepad. At the same time, they can have a prefect gaming experience with crystal-clear image, higher fresh rate and immersive sound.