Duplicate a VGA Video signal at long range with our VGA over CAT5 extender set.
With a single ethernet cable, you can share a high-resolution VGA image over
400 feet... well beyond the length of a typical VGA cable. By using inexpensive
ethernet wire, the MSV-300 provides an economical solution to long-range video
VGA Video Booster/Extender
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The MSV-300 allows either a single
computer or a KVM station to host
two monitors, one local and one remote.
With a low-cost CAT5 run between them,
these units offer high-res VGA diplays
to be duplicated at long distances.
There is no software required, and power
supplies for both units are included.
The local unit accepts a standard VGA-type
signal from either a single computer or a
KVM switch. The local unit has a VGA
output monitor port, as well as an
RJ45 port to connect to the remote unit.
Using any standard CAT5 Patch cable, the
MSV-300 carries the signal from the local
unit up to 130 meters (430 feet) to the
remote unit. The remote unit also has a VGA
port for an additional monitor.
Split a VGA signal at 1600x1200 with inexpensive CAT5 wire.
LED indicates power.
Short/Long range switch to maximize signal quality.
Extends 3.5mm audio as well
Maximum Resolution: 1600x1200
Transmission Distance: 130 meters (430 feet)
Video Input: One DH15M VGA Male on local unit
Video Output: One DH15F VGA Female on each unit
Power Consumption: AC +9V 300mA (included)
Weight: Local unit - 300 grams; Remote unit - 220 grams
Dimensions: Local unit 130x100x35mm; Remote unit - 100x80x35mm