ADDERLink X200s have been designed for use in applications where up to two computers can have their keyboard, video, audio and mouse control extended up to 300m (1000 ft.) across CAT5 or higher UTP cable.

The ADDERLink X200 provides absolute real time keyboard and mouse performance along with hi-definition, hi-resolution video over a VGA interface. The ADDERLink X200 receiver can also be used as a remote user station for the ADDERView CATx range of KVM switches.

Video Performance
Industry leading resolutions of:
1920 x 1200 to 50 m (165 ft.)
1600 x 1200 to 200 m (650 ft.)
1280 x 1024 to 300 m (1000 ft.)

Video Compensation
The ADDERLink X200 applies 128 steps of signal compensation enabling fine picture adjustments.

Brightness Control
The ADDERLink X200 offers its own brightness correction to ensure images are crisp, clear and bright.

Integrated De-Skew
The ADDERLink X200 AS/R model has integrated skew correction with a 300MHz bandwidth (1/4 of a pixel movement at 1600 x 1200 resolution). This removes the video skew issues that can be caused by longer CATx cables.

Two Port Integrated KVM Switch
Each receiver is fitted with two ports to enable connection to a local and remote computer, or two remote computers. The user can quickly select between these ports using keyboard hotkeys or mouse control. Individual video brightness, compensation and skew settings can be applied to each connection.

Flexible System Configuration
Each receiver may be connected to one or two USB, PS/2 or Sun style computer access modules. Furthermore, the X200 receiver unit may be used as the remote user station for any ADDER CATx KVM switch.

Emulated DDC
Unless an extender actively supports DDC some well known high performance video cards cannot be used at high resolutions. The ADDERLink X200 fully supports DDC.

Digital Audio
44.1kHz digital stereo audio delivers high fidelity audio for speakers.

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ADDERLink X200 USB VGA Audio Out KVM Two Port User Station Receiver Unit without SKEW Compensation