Black Box HD DisplayPort extender for video and USB 2.0

The Black Box DisplayPort Extender sends uncompressed HD video over CATx up to 492 feet (150 m).

Simplify cabling needs by transmitting video, USB, and audio over one CATx cable, and USB 2.0 over a second cable. Using two cables also increases video bandwidth for faster transmission. For those extension applications where a crisp display is vital, this system sends each pixel of each frame without loss. The receiver supports DisplayPort Dual Mode (DP++), and can be used with HDMI or DVI monitors

Black Box DisplayPort Extender transmits two 1920 x 1200 video streams or one high-resolution (2560 x 1600) video stream, plus digital or analog audio, Hi-Speed 2.0, and USB 2.0. Intelligent EDID management communicates true resolutions from the monitor to the computer. Plug-and-play setup makes this extender simple to install. Like all KVM extenders, this DisplayPort extender enables users to locate critical computing hardware in a secure environment

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