extension system allows you to locate a keyboard, monitor, mouse, audio and
serial peripherals remotely from a PC up to 1,000 meters away without loss of
resolution. Multi-mode FDDI grade fiber optic cable is used to transmit all
signals between the transmitter unit, located with the CPU, and the receiver
unit, located with the user. The PCFiberlynx is commonly used in areas where
space is at a premium, where data security requires strict control of physical
access, or where environmental issues dictate that the CPU is located in a
controlled environment separate from the user.
extension system consists of a transmitter and a receiver unit. Included are
keyboard, mouse, serial, audio and video cables to attach the CPU to the
transmitter. A rack-mount kit is also included for mounting in a standard EIA
19-inch rack. Fiber optic cable is available for order in several standard
lengths and requests for custom lengths can be quickly accommodated.
Both PCFiberlynx units
feature a video distribution amplifier. The transmitter allows a local monitor
to display the video output from the CPU for machine room supervision, while
the receiver can output to two monitors (or other video displays). This allows
the receiver to support a second monitor or projector as well as the standard
user desktop peripherals.
The PCFiberlynx is
designed to work with PC-compatible computers using a PS/2 (6-pin mini-DIN)
keyboard and mouse, RS-232 serial communications (or serial mice) using DB9
connectors, stereo audio with 3.5 mm jacks, and SVGA video with HD15
connectors. Plug-and-Play video monitors are supported with the PCFiberlynx.
Call Lightwave to discuss your system requirements with an application
- Convenience-Access your PC-compatible from a remote location with the same
crisp graphics and I/O peripherals as you would have with the CPU on your
Computers may be located in a secure location separate from users, preventing
unauthorized access to storage devices and possible loss of sensitive data.
your user environment - Keep fan noise and CPU maintenance interruptions
restricted to the cold computer room.
Remote Video Distribution - A video distribution amplifier is integrated into
each PCFiberlynx unit. The transmitter allows an additional local video
connection for machine room supervision of the CPU, while the receiver can send
video signals to two monitors or projectors for remote sharing or display of
data from the CPU.
Operation - Just plug ordinary video, keyboard, mouse, audio and serial cables
into the PCFiberlynx, connect the transmitter and receiver with ST-terminated
fiber optic cable, and use. The PCFiberlynx automatically adjusts itself for
optimal performance, so no user adjustments are required.
optic signal transmission - All signals are transmitted up to 1,000 meters over
fiber optic cable using Lightwave's patented automatic gain control.
Transmission of signals over optic cable also significantly reduces the
incidence of RF interference caused by the use of copper cabling.