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Control panel targets master room controllers

Control panel targets master room controllers
A 6-button auxiliary control panel, which works as a remote control panel for master room controllers, has been released by Kramer Electronics. To communicate the over a single cable with controllers such as the Kramer SL-1, the RC-43T uses proprietary KNET protocol.
29th August 2014

Card can customise switches with fibre or coax SFPs

Card can customise switches with fibre or coax SFPs
The UNI-I/O card, which allows users to customise an IHSE Draco tera enterprise KVM matrix switch with fibre or coax SFPs has been released by IHSE. Supporting either SDI signals or USB 3.0 sources, the coax/fibre hybrid can be configured to the desired cabling requirements. Featuring eight ports, the card allows users to reside broadcast sources and KVM sources in the same matrix frame.
28th August 2014

External drive controls power source output in real-time

External drive controls power source output in real-time
An external drive option, enabling users to directly control the output of a power source in real-time, has been released by AMETEK. The -EXTD enables the California Instruments RS series of regenerative programmable AC sources to be used in HIL test systems.
27th August 2014


AMD communication devices re-introduced by Rochester

AMD communication devices re-introduced by Rochester
The AM7968 TAXIchip Transmitter and the AM7969 TAXIchip Receiver Chipset is a general-purpose interface for very high-speed (4-17.5MBps, 40-175MBd serially) point-to-point communications over coaxial or fibre-optic media. The speed of a TAXIchip system is adjustable over a range of frequencies, with parallel bus transfer rates of 4MBps at the low end, and up to 17.5MBps at the high end.
27th August 2014

Serial I/O modules feature software-controlled configuration

Serial I/O modules feature software-controlled configuration
The Emerald-MM-8EL-XT (EMM-8EL-XT), a family of serial I/O modules offering four or eight serial ports, has been released by Diamond Systems. Based on PCIe octal UART with 256-byte TX/RX FIFOs and auto RS-485 transmit control, the ports feature software-controlled configuration and optional opto-isolation.
27th August 2014

Router provides security for mission-critical networks

Router provides security for mission-critical networks
A router and security device, designed for industrial networking, has been introduced by Belden. Featuring a combination of protocol and IP routing, built-in firewall protection and VPN security, the Magnum 10RX provides WAN connectivity and security functions needed for reliable communication between mission-critical network devices.
26th August 2014

Acquire real-time data from PROFIBUS DP I/O devices

Acquire real-time data from PROFIBUS DP I/O devices
Form-fit-function replacements for the previous generation devices, Molex has announced the second generation Brad applicomIO PROFIBUS Network Interface Cards (NICs). These devices deliver a communication solution to acquire deterministic real-time data from I/O devices connected to the PROFIBUS DP protocol used by robotic manufacturers, complex machine builders, system integrators and end users.
22nd August 2014

Device enhances performance over unmanaged networks

Device enhances performance over unmanaged networks
A DVP (Digital Video Protection) device, designed to deliver high quality video over unmanaged networks, has been released by VideoFlow. The DVP100X handles up to 80 streams and 80 VPN tunnels simultaneously, enabling live content to be delivered over unmanaged networks with no packet lost while nullifying the jitter caused by transiting.
22nd August 2014

Keyboard registers every key with a 1,000Hz polling rate

Keyboard registers every key with a 1,000Hz polling rate
Offering switchable N-Key Rollover/USB 6 N-Key Rollover for full- anti-ghosting functionality, an LED backlit mechanical keyboard has been released by Tesoro Technology. Named after the legendary sword of King Arthur, the Tesoro Excalibur keyboard features a 1,000Hz polling rate, registering every key.
21st August 2014

SSD offers 'three times the lifespan of typical MLCs'

SSD offers 'three times the lifespan of typical MLCs'
A SATA III, 7-pin SSD, claimed to be both high-performing and cost effective, has been introduced by ADATA Technology. The ISMS312 is a high-speed MLC NAND flash, providing a sequential read/write speed up to 250/40MBps and MTBF of up to 1m hours. Featuring a 1.15W power consumption, the 6Gbps SSD is claimed to extend the life of the devices it supports. 
21st August 2014


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