Adder Ships AdderLink XD150FX Fiber Extender
Adder is now shipping its AdderLink professional grade, long distance, point-to-point, fiber optic extender for video, audio and USB connections.
Adder said the AdderLink device allows digital video 2560 x1600 @60Hz to be sent up to 150m at using OM2 multi-mode fiber and up to 4km using single mode fiber, 400m using OM4 fiber.
The device can handle video, USB2.0 and audio over fiber cables. It provides lossless extension without any visible artefacts or latency, allowing users to be confident of quality and control.
The AdderLink XD150FX can be controlled and monitored via a web interface. This is secured by HTTP authentication with username and password information. It is ideal for long distance extension.
The fiber extender is delivered in a zero config state so users can just plug the units in and start working right away.
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