masterEASY single fiber redundant is a highly optimized KVM Extender over IP for distances up to 160km/99mi at a resolution of 1920x1200@60Hz and is available in fiber. masterEASY convinces with an ultra flat housing - 4 single in 1RU, embedded sound included and the KVM Extender over IP is compatible with standard network components.
Feature - Freeze last image - in case of a signal failure the last saved image is displayed in a red frame.
USB 2.0 in house development
The in-house developed USB 2.0 implementation supports typical USB devices like touch screens, sound modules, printers and alike components. On top the support for memory devices such as thumb-drives and USB HDDs can be enabled or disabled on demand providing another layer of security. And of course keyboards and mice are supported, too.
Mastereasy locals and remotes are small form factor devices. They fit easily underneath a desk and up to four units can be mounted on a 19”- shelf. Single-sided interface orientation provides easy access in setup and service. They provide two power inputs for redundant feeding. Easyline is designed fanless and with that noiseless for silent and ergonomic work spaces.
Mastereasy allows limiting the transmission bandwidth limitation in nine fix steps. This allows to managed network utilization by reducing operational performance. Depending on the use case, this might not even have a recognizable impact (e.g. static image monitoring)
The Mastereasy KVM extender provides two ways of transmitting stereo audio signals. The video embedded (inluded) 2-channel – L-PCM standard and unbalanced analog ( Upgrade opt) bi-directional audio using 3.5mm jacks for Line input and speakers.
Kvm-tec upgrades fOr MASTEReasy Fiber
(already pre-installed and activatable)
- USB Memory
- sound analog in both directions in CD quality
- VGA as DVI transferred (longer delivery time and must be ordered in advance )
EASY SWITCHING WITHOUT SWITCH
In frontbridging, 2 Local KVM Extenders can be bridged to 1 remote dual KVM Extender (2 network sockets) and thus one or two monitors can simultaneously display the contents of the PCs with different images and can be operated either right or left.
2 local single Unit + 1 remote dual Unit = Bridging on 1 or 2 screens