Rose Electronics Demos New CrystalLink USB 3.1 Fiber Extender

Rose Electronics showcased the latest in USB and KVM extension solutions leveraging Icron Technologies ExtremeUSB and ExtremeUSB-C technologies at the NAB Show, New York 2017

Rose Electronics' CrystalLink USB Fiber Solution

Rose Electronics' CrystalLink USB Fiber Solution

Rose Electronics demonstrated their new CrystalLink USB 3.1 fiber solution at NAB Show New York. The product extends USB 3.1, 2.0 and 1.1 devices simultaneously over single duplex multi-mode fiber cable to more than 218 yards.

Rose Electronics also showed the new CrystalLink USB 3.1 CATx for simultaneous extension of USB 3-2-1 over 109 yards of CAT 6a cable; as well as select models from the CrystalLink USB 2.0 extender series including the new CrystalLink USB 2.0 CATx Flex that gives installers the option to power at either the host or peripheral side, whichever is most convenient.

For HD video extension, Rose Electronics offers four KVM extender models for DVI + USB 2.0 and HDMI + USB 2.0 applications with the CrystalView EX DVI and EX DVI Multi and the CrystalView EX HDMI and EX HDMI Multi respectively.

All CrystalLink and CrystalView extenders with Icron’s ExtemeUSB and ExtremeUSB-C technologies provide transparent USB extension, true plug and play (no software drivers required) and compatibility with major operating systems.

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