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erin . ormation Welcome Introduction Thank you for choosing the Adder X50 USB extenders which provide a very effective way to put distance between your computer and its peripherals. The compact casings and ease of use of the Adder X50 modules belie the ingenuity of their operation. Using our proprietary transmission techniques we are able to reliably transfer more signals than ever before along a single length of Category 5, 5e or 6 twisted pair cabling. What this means for you is that your vide

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erinformation Welcome Introduction Thank you for choosing the Adder X200 extender Peripheral connections to each computer system are Special circuitry within the remote module allows set. These compact modules allow you to remotely handled by Computer Access Modules (or CAMs). you to make adjustments to the sharpness and control up to two computer systems from a The long distance link between the CAMs and the brightness settings to suit your own preferences. common keyboard, video monitor, mouse

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. ... . ...... . ... ........... .... .... ... . .... .. ... .... Welcome Introduction The Adder TS4 is a robust keyboard and mouse switch created specifically for trading floors and control rooms, where information must be controlled across numerous systems and screens. The TS4 allows a single keyboard and mouse to fulfil the function that previously required four separate sets. This provides immediate savings in both desk space and also the time required to access information spread across up

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. .... . ........ .... .. ... .... ... .... ....... .... ..... 1 Contents Welcome Introduction 3 What’s in the box 4 What you may additionally need 4 Installation Mounting 5 Connections 5 Computer port connections 6 Local user port connections 6 Extended user port connections 7 Remote (IP) user port connections 7 Power supply connection 9 Power switching connections 9 Cascade connections 11 How cascade connections operate 12 Addressing computers in a cascade 13 Using cascaded computers 14 Testin

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It is necessary for the SmartView Multiscreen to be attached and powered on during this sequence so that it can give the required responses and keep track of all the modes and settings requested by each of the connected PCs. Mouse characteristics - do not unplug a PS/2 mouse connection from a PC whilst the PC is on. Due to the design of PS/2 mice communications the mouse function on the PC will be lost and you will have to re-boot the PC to regain normal operation. Unplugging the mouse from the

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Refer to the list of supported drivers in section 2.1. 2.6 Configuring the SmartView Multiscreen The SmartView Multiscreen is supplied pre-configured with factory defaults which are suitable for most applications. There are a number of more advanced options which can be set by the user. These are stored in the SmartView Multiscreen's EEPROM memory and are retained when the power is disconnected. The options may be changed whilst the SmartView Multiscreen is in configure mode. You may enter confi

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An ‘r’ will show briefly on the display to confirm that the reset has been completed. 4.7 Setting a security password There are many situations where unrestricted access to corporate file servers or sensitive information needs to be controlled. In such circumstances, the SmartView Multiscreen can be locked away in a room or secure cabinet and controlled remotely. In this mode typing the keyboard hotkeys together with 'L' will blank the screen, disconnect the keyboard and mouse from all of the co

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Most keyboards and mice will also operate at distances of 20 metres. A2. SmartView to PCs 1 to 16 Cable specifications: Video - 15 pin high density male D connector to 15 pin high density male D connector wired as a standard VGA PC to monitor cable. There are two types commonly available. The best type cables which will give excellent quality are constructed with coaxial cable cores. Cheaper ‘data’ cables are often used, but can degrade video quality if used over longer distances. Avoid using 'd

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Many modern monitors are fitted with automatic power save relays and will switch off after a few seconds if connected to an inactive PC. If you are using such a monitor you must not use the L2 feature. Constant switching on and off of your monitor's relay will eventually damage your monitor. 4.3 Timeout setting for switching between the local and remote keyboard/mouse ports (A and B) If you are controlling the SmartView from two locations then you will have connected keyboards, monitors and mice

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If a password has been set then ‘P’ will be displayed and the SmartView will remain locked until a valid password is entered. 3.2 Front panel key and remote controller The front panel key is used to select which channel is currently connected to the shared keyboard, mouse and monitor. It is also used to enter configuration mode (see section 2.5). Pressing the key during normal operation will cause the next channel to be selected. For the 2 port SmartView this cycles around ports 1 and 2. For the





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