- Designed for small and medium sized applications.
- Migrate from analog to digital KVM.
- Supports server access modules (SAMs) and receivers using shielded CAT6 cable.
Small, yet powerful.
Small in size, but large in features and performance, the DCX3000 is an ideal solution for process monitoring and control, broadcast studios, medical labs, test beds, and advanced data centers where the personnel numbers are lower than in enterprise-sized organizations.
30-port, slim chassis and small SAMs
The DCX3000 is an attractive option for small to medium applications with 30 ports to support a combination of users and servers, with the supported maximum of23 CPUs/servers.
Interface-powered server access modules (SAMs) extend DVI or DisplayPort and USB signals over shielded CAT6 or higher rating. The switch can be located up to 32 feet (10 m) from the SAM, and up to 164 feet (50 m) from the CPU or server. The SAMs support audio via the USB interface, and the receiver can output the audio through the 3.5-mm jack.
Price point is on point
Not every broadcast studio or control room needs a large, expensive KVM matrix switch with all the bells and whistles. The DCX3000 has an attractive price point for smaller applications while still providing crystal-clear video and fast matrix switching.
Intuitive user interface
The unique and easy-to-use graphical interface is more intuitive to use than a text-based on-screen menu (OSD). Choose from auto-refreshed preview thumbnails, which are larger and easier to see. The GUI shows all connected devices in a layout that makes the matrix simple to view at a glance.
Zero compression, pixel perfect
The DCX3000 delivers every pixel of every video frame with zero compression and zero latency, fulfilling the needs of even the most demanding graphical applications an guaranteeing perfect video synchronization for multiple display applications.
Secure system configuration is provided by the Web user interface, which is also compatible with tablet and mobile devices. The UI gives an administrator control for connected devices, enabling the choice of video only, shared, private, or exclusive access modes to be set up. In private mode, other users are able to view the shared video, but have no keyboard and mouse access to the target. In exclusive mode, no other user has access to the configuration.