DRACO tera compact XV | 480c Series
Matrix Frames for high speed KVM switching up to 4K
The Draco tera compact XV series is designed for high speed KVM supporting video images up to 4K without delay or loss of signal quality. Built on the award winning technology for flex-port capabilities, the new XV series supports extended length separation of computers to workstations up to 10km. Both vario and compact series extenders allow the widest range of signal support – including DVI, Dual-Link DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort for video and data sources for USB-HID, USB 2.0, Digital Audio, Analog Audio, RS-232 and RS-422. Frames sizes range from 8 ports to 80 ports and offer options for dual power, SNMP and 3rd party control via the optional API protocol for IHSE control.
- Compact size 1RU frame up to 48 fiber ports and 60 or 80 ports in 2RU
- Flex-port technology allows any port to be configured per required source or destination
- Supports video signals for DVI, Dual-Link DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort with USB-HID standard
- Optional support for USB 2.0, Audio and RS-232/422
- API option for 3rd party control or pushbutton management
- Optional redundant power
1RU frame sizes come in 16, 32 and 48 while the 2RU is offered in 60 or 80 ports. Up to 80 KVM slots are available for connecting the Vario or Compact series of extenders supporting DVI, Dual-Link DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort, USB 2.0, RS-232/422. Up to 32 universal slots are available for SDI or USB 3.0
Building on the field proven technology found in the Draco tera enterprise, the tera compact series brings a full set of high performance features at an affordable price. It is a simple operation to set up and configure the matrix with the on-screen display (OSD) or through any of the available software bundles supporting the feature-enhanced Draco tera tool.
For those who prefer a third party control application, the Draco tera compact can be configured to operate with many popular control systems using the IHSE API protocol package such as Crestron, HRS or Lawo’s L-S-B control software. In addition, DNF programmable pushbutton panels have been developed using the IHSE API allowing quick pushbutton source and destination control normally found in broadcast and studio environments.
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