Camplex CMX-DVI-TR DVI Single Mode-Multimode Fiber Extender


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    CMX-DVI-TR - Overview

    Extend high resolution DVI signals from your computers and projection systems over 4900 feet of singlemode fiber or 980 feet of multimode OM3 fiber with the Camplex CMX-DVI-TR. It's the perfect compact tool for live event presentations, distance learning applications and more. Add a simplex singlemode or OM3 LC Camplex fiber optic tactical cable and you're ready for high quality DVI signal transmission in any long distance environment.

    The CMX-DVI-TR fiber converter extends your DVI signals at resolutions up 1900 x 1200. The micro size of the transmitter and receiver are easily mounted to the back of a laptop, PC or the output on a presentation switcher. And best of all, using a Camplex fiber-based system ensures nearly zero signal loss over long distances.

    A unique feature of the CMX-DVI-TR is its EDID learning capability. A simple press of the EDID button will ensure signal compatibility to make sure your signal is always on.

    The transmitter and receiver unit each include a power supply. Please Note: This unit is not HDCP compliant.

    • Features:

      • Extend DVI-D up to 4921 feet Singlemode/984.3 feet Multimode OM3
      • Supports DVI 1920 x 1200 @60Hz
      • Transmitter with EDID Learning
      • Compact, Lightweight Design
    • Specifications:

      • Video Bandwidth: 1.65 Gbps
      • Fiber Connector Type: LC
      • Wavelength: 1310/1550nm
      • Dimensions: 2.6 x 1.5 x 0.6 in/ 65 x 39 x 15mm
      • Weight: 0.36 lb / 160g
    • Item Includes:

      • Two 5VDC/2A Power Supplies
    • Warranty:

      • 1 Year

    CMX-DVI-TR - Required Accessories

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