PureLink unveils a modern KVM extender set with the latest HDBaseT 3.0 technology, used for co-working in lecture halls or during video conferences. The modern upgrade is a part of PureLink’s current anniversary campaign.
The modular two-piece set consists of a presentation switcher and an HDBaseT receiver,
which in combination enable uncompressed 4K resolutions with up to 18Gbps over 80
The switcher offers inputs for USB-C incl. DP Alt-Mode and 60 W Power Delivery as well as
HDMI with a separate USB 3.2 USB-B input. A total of six USB inputs are available for KVM,
cameras, or storage media – two on the switcher itself and four more on the receiver. A local
display can also be connected to the switcher via HDMI output. In addition, balanced audio
extraction is possible on both the switcher and the receiver.
Both devices use the latest, bidirectional HDBaseT 3.0 protocol and also support Power
over Cat (PoC), so only one of the devices requires a power supply.
The extender set thus ensures universal controllability and compatibility within digital
learning and working environments.
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