KVM Extenders and Fibre Optic Hybrid Cables can be combined within industrial and process control to create, versatile and powerful solutions capable of being used over the longest distances.
Professional KVM Extender systems for industrial use need three things: a robust design, 100% reliability and flexible scalability. Our systems meet every expectation, because the sets of the KVM Extender Series can be flexibly fitted with either copper or fibre optic cables depending on the distances involved, and their functional scope can be expanded by enabling various pre-installed options. Every application and environment is different, after all.BUY ONLINE
In industrial production, it’s important to be able to monitor and control all automated processes from a central control room. The KVM Extender Series do an excellent job of transmitting camera images and control signals between a console, a computer and the controlled systems. To make sure that signals arrive at the console optimally, it’s advisable to choose the fibre optic version of this product: an ideal choice for stepping up to Industry 4.0.
For remote control tasks – for example, using cranes at construction sites or to load containers onto ships – it’s typically necessary to position KVM consoles at a distance of between 80 and 120 metres. Besides a keyboard and mouse, USB remote control and an onsite camera are required. The ideal solution is the basic model of our KVM Extender Series. It is able to transmit a DVI video signal plus USB 2.0 for the keyboard, mouse and USB remote control over a Cat.6 Ethernet cable up to 130 metres long.
It takes expertise to manufacture a transmission line with the required precision and technical properties for 4K content with 4:4:4 colour space at 60Hz. Hybrid cables split the HDMI signal into two parts: the AV content itself, which is sent over optical fibres with a bandwidth of 18Gbps, and the far less capacity hungry control signals, for which copper conductors are adequate.DISCOVER MORE
Thanks to the use of robust, corrosion resistant materials such as zinc alloys for the connectors, this hybrid cable easily withstands harsh industrial environments, for example for connecting displays at production lines and in CNC control booths.
Fibre optic technology makes this hybrid cable for high frequency AV signals extremely EMI resistant and low radiation. It is therefore ideally suited for use in sensitive environments such as medical technology or industrial plants.