IHSE’s Draco Compact XV Fiber Matrix System

Based on DisplayPort 1.2 devices, IHSE’s Draco Compact XV 16x8 fiber matrix KVM matrix system comes ready to go.

Since it’s designed for small to mid-sized KVM switch systems, IHSE’s Draco Compact XV 16x8 fiber matrix system provides a pre-packaged KVM matrix system for Dual-Head 4K based on DisplayPort 1.2 devices.

As the world’s first Dual Head 4K KVM matrix system, the Draco Compact XV is intended to meet the extreme bandwidth requirements for sharing multiple UHD and Digital Cinema Initiatives video signals in the same switch fabric.

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It supports up to 16 Dual Head 4K computers and eight Dual Head 4K monitors at resolutions up to 4096x2160 60fps and 4:4:4 color sampling on each display.

Internal synchronization for each extender enables perfect timing for seamless resolutions up to 8192x2160 when the desktop is extended across both displays.

The Draco compact XV 16x8 matrix system can be set up quickly via the on-screen display (OSD) or through the included Draco tera tool software for configuration and real time diagnostics. 

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