ECMS4000 Extender

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Extend digital and analog video, USB keyboard and mouse, USB media, and audio signals with the Emerge® ECMS4000 extender. The ECMS4000 extender provides today’s digital content creation professionals with high resolution video, rich color depth, uncompromised responsiveness, CD quality audio, and compatibility with a wide range of user interface devices – while mission critical servers are securely maintained and managed.

The Avocent Emerge ECMS4000 extender delivers uncompromised digital workstation extension across unlimited distances. Offering high quality crisp video and highly responsive mouse interaction, this network-based product also provides CD quality audio and seamless extension of USB mass storage devices. Media-intense applications such as video editing benefit from real-time user experience while mission critical media servers are securely maintained and managed. The Emerge ECMS4000 extension product consists of a transmitter that connects externally to each remote computer with dual DVI-D video connectors, and a receiver that connects at each user desk with dual DVI-I connectors.

The Emerge ECMS4000 extender provides access from dual video monitor workstations to user stations using point-to-point extension over the same IP connection. The high quality extension provided by the ECMS4000 product is ideal for users who need a rich media dual video display experience while using TCP/IP as the transport protocol. The solution operates within the boundaries of a typical IP network.

ECMS4000 Extender Quick Facts

  • Provides quality high resolution video using cost-effective Ethernet cabling and networking devices. Delivers virtually unlimited extension distances.
  • Supports digital video up to 1920 x 1200 at 60 Hz
  • Provides real-time extension of dual video over Ethernet using a single CAT 5 cable.
  • The extender makes it possible to back-rack digital workstations without impact to operations

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