24 Aug 2016

Draco OPS extender module simplifies connection

IHSE has announced the launch of the new Draco OPS extender module for use with its range of KVM extenders and matrix switches.

The Draco OPS extender provides a single KVM CON unit in a module constructed to the OPS (Open Pluggable Specification) standard. Developed in partnership with Eyevis, the module can be inserted directly into monitors with a compatible OPS slot, enabling the display to act as a monitor for the Draco tera KVM matrix switch with no additional external devices.

The module includes a second port to enable fully-redundant interconnection for greater reliability.

Enno Littmann, managing director of IHSE said: “Keeping the total number of devices to a minimum in any system increases reliability and reduces power consumption, integration complexity and last but not least cost. The OPS system is ideally suited to multi-display installations, such as videowalls and control room displays, where Eyevis EYE-LCD displays are commonly used. Together we have produced a solution that allows any OPS HD monitor to be plugged directly into a KVM switch or KVM CPU Unit, using just a single Cat X or fiber connection, thereby eliminating the need for an additional interface box for each screen.”

“Creating a new solution within the short time of our new partnership with IHSE once again shows the fast and flexible possibilities both companies and their products offer”, summarizes Rainer Link, International Sales Director at eyevis.

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