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4×4 matrix switch simultaneously connects each of its four outputs to any of its four inputs

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Four seven-segment LED displays provide indication of the switch states, as well as signal status of the video inputs. The unit can be controlled manually through its intuitive front panel console, or with a computer through its Ethernet or serial communications interfaces.

A built-in web server allows the unit to be controlled from any web browser, and the unit’s integral telnet server enables it to be easily controlled by a remote, automated client. The switch supports data rates from 125 Mbps to 2.97 Gbps, it features automatic re-clocking and equalization. The unit is controlled via a front panel, Ethernet or RS-422/RS-485 links.

More information at www.sensoray.com/2444

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