Used DVI Matrix Routers 18x18 | For Sale Item# 37814

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DVI Matrix Routers 18x18 in good condition.

Quantity 3
Condition Normal Wear & Tear
Year 2007
Location North America
Case Type Cased
Previous Use Rentals
Warranty 7 Day

Description

Used on various rentals. Cleaned and maintained by in house technicians.

What's Included

(1) DVI Matrix Routers 18x18
(1) Flight Case
(1) Power Supply

(Unit Price)
$4,968 USD
(Unit Price)
€4.788 EUR
Financing Available
Minimum Order of 1 Units
(Price for 1 units)
(Price for 1 units)
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DVI Matrix Routers 18x18

DVI Matrix Routers 18x18

PureLink is known worldwide for our market-leading and best selling line of DVI Matrix Routers. This data sheet includes information on our largest routers, the 18X18 PureLink's 2nd generation models include a breakthrough feature called Flexible EDID Management, the most advanced EDID functionality available today. In addition to all the other advanced and exclusive features, PureLink models are now compatible with both the Vista Spyder and Barco Encore controllers. When it comes to meeting spec and being reliable, nothing beats a PureLink.

Features:

Flexible EDID Management (Real Time EDID, Fixed EDID, Restore EDID)
Pixel reclocking & error correction for optimal picture quality.
19 Rack Mountable - Robust & Heavy Duty Casing
Two Line LCD Display for Intuitive & Rapid Switching
Controllable via any external controller (e.g. Vista Spyder, Barco Encore)
Built-in RS-232C LAN for external control via PC or Controller
1080p / Computer Resolution up to 2048x1080 at 60Hz
Matrix Switching for up to 18 DVI inputs and 18 DVI outputs
Supports upto WUXGA resolution at 60hz

Technical Specification
s: DS-99M II / DS-1818M II : 19(W) x 10(D) x 9(H) : 12 lbs, 13.6 lbs, DX-3600 Pro : 19(W) x 10(D) x 14(H) : 19 lbs
Dimensions (in) & weight (lbs):
Power Consumption : 80 W (Max.)
Power Supply: DC 12V/10A Adapter
Connector Type: DVI-D/LC
Data Rate: 1.65 Gbps(single link)

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