PureLink 4 LC Fiber Optic to DVI/VGA Extender
The PureLink DRS1000RV 4 LC Fiber Optic to DVI/VGA Extender provides signal amplifications for long distance DVI/VGA runs. With a high quality, noise-free picture, automatic EDID management, and HDCP compliance, your sure to get a clear, hassle-free transmission every time.
PureLink DVI over CATx Extension System
The PureLink DCE II Tx/Rx DVI over CATx Extension System enables lossless DVI video transmission up to 220 feet using a single category cable. The active receiver uses the source device's power, so no external power source is required. This kit includes both the transmitter and receiver for a complete solution. Just add cables!
PureLink DVI to 4LC Fiber Optic Transmitter
The PureLink DT1000 DVI to 4LC Fiber Optic Transmitter is designed for use with RF6 rack mount assemblies. This solution eliminates open spaces left when installing smaller units. The DT1000 extends an HD signal up to 5000 feet using four fiber optic cables. It has connections for DVI and 3.5mm audio.
PureLink DVI/VGA to 4LC Fiber Optic Transmitter
The PureLink DT1000RV DVI/VGA to 4LC Fiber Optic Transmitter is designed for use with the RF6 rack mount assembly. This allows you to mount multiple extender units in a single housing, eliminating blank holes where smaller units don't fill the entire rack space. It also provides one central power source for all units rather than having to provide individual power for each extender.
The DT1000RV extends a video or audio signal up to 5000 feet using four-strand fiber optic cables. It supports the use of DVI or VGA and 3.5mm audio, with resolutions up to 1080p.
Techlogix Networx TL-FO-HD HDMI over Fiber Optic Cable Extender
HDMI cables are great for transmitting audio and video signals short distances, but larger buildings and larger rooms often need electronics inline to ensure signal performance. Simply pulling a long HDMI cable or connecting multiple HDMI cables together can cause signal drop out, interference, pixelization and a host of other signal and performance problems.
The TL-FO-HD replaces a traditional HDMI cable with active electronics designed specifically for sending audio and video signals up to 1,000 feet. Simply connect the TL-FO-HD transmitter to your source device (often a switcher, matrix, DVD player or cable box), connect the TL-FO-HD receiver to your destination device (often a display or projector), connect the two units with a fiber optic patch cord (sold separately), and connect the power supplies.
Unlike boosters or twisted pair extenders, the TL-FO-HD uses fiber optic technology that is immune to outside electrical interference and will better future-proof your facility.