Hudson, OH (PRWEB) October 15, 2013 -- KVMSwitchTech is always looking to come up with innovative products and solutions that meet customer needs. The new and improved line of long range DVI and HDMI Extenders continues that tradition. As the HDMI standard continues to evolve and mature and provide a more robust feature set, long range HDMI Extender products are another step in that direction. KVMSwitchTech’s new HDMI and DVI Extenders have been enhanced to support the HDBaseT standard.
Long range HDMI Extender up to 330ft comes with 3D support (Video resolution up to 4Kx2K) which is four times higher than standard 1080P. This unit has unique features such as HDCP authentication, CEC and 3D pass through, Dolby True HD & DTS Master Audio support, and LED link activity indicator. Some of the new extenders not only support High Definition Video and Audio but also support bi-directional IR and RS232. Customers looking to extend the same video source to multiple locations can use these units in conjunction with HDMI Splitter products.
The new Cat5 DVI Extender also uses HDBaseT technology. It is capable of sending DVI-D signals up to 330 feet over a single conventional and inexpensive CAT5e/6 cable. HDBaseT technology is much better compared to older DVI extenders that require shielded Cat6 cable. These units also support RS232 and IR extension for remote management of displays. Most common applications for these units are in government, digital signage, home theater, digital signage, and hospital applications.
KVMSwitchTech is a dedicated supplier of Digital Signage and Extender products items including a broad spectrum of video and audio splitters and extenders. Their expert staff of engineers and sales representatives has a long history in designing and installing systems. All of their staff is either a quick email or phone call away with no annoying phone menus to navigate. Call for help determining the best option for your needs.
Raghav Mehta, KVMSwitchTech, http://www.kvmswitchtech.com/, 234-380-5708, [email protected]