The KE9900ST supports DisplayPort video input from the computer while the paired KE Series receiver supports DisplayPort, DVI or HDMI monitor output, providing video resolutions up to 1920 x 1200 and flawless and lossless video compression quality with minimal latency. The extender also supports RS-232 serial commands. In addition to a DC power jack, the KE9900ST transmitter includes an extra DC terminal block for convenient installation.
The KE9900ST can be set on a desk, mounted on a wall or at the rear of a rack with its space-saving 0U rack mount design. Moreover, the KE9900ST can be used as a point-to-point/point-to-multipoint/multipoint-to-point extender, or integrated into a KVM over IP Matrix System (multipoint-to-multipoint) when combined with the KE Matrix Management Software (CCKM), providing more flexible applications in different working environments.
The KE9900ST can be configured through the KE Matrix Management Software or RS-232/Telnet text menu. The KE extender also offers enhanced security features such as supporting AES encryption for secured Video/Keyboard/Mouse/USB data transmissions and RADIUS/LDAP/AD or remote user authentication that provides an added layer of connection security.
When integrated with the KE Matrix Management Software and paired with the KE Series receiver, the KE extender supports more advanced features such as boundless switching, fast switching, video wall, multi display, profile scheduling, auto detection of all KE Series extenders on the same subnet for the sake of fast installation or configuration, as well as username/password authentication and authorization. Please refer to the CCKM webpage for more details.
Whether you're configuring, monitoring, administrating, controlling or extending computer access, the KVM over IP Matrix System is made adaptable, to fit an endless variety of working environments and workstation settings, as well as to provide solutions in broadcasting, control center, multimedia, manufacturing and many other industries where matrix extending is required.