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Инструкция по эксплуатации Adder Technology, модель X100

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These compact modules allow you to place the controlling keyboard, video monitor and mouse more than 100 metres from a computer system. The range topping X100A module also allows you to extend your audio accessories away from your computer. Two types of remote X100 modules are available and two types of local CAMs can be chosen. These local and remote modules can be used in varying combinations to suit your requirements. The long distance link between the modules is made via Category 5, 5e or 6 twisted pair cabling. Special circuitry within the remote module allows you to make adjustments to the sharpness and brightness settings to suit your own preferences. PSUX100CAMPCAUDIO* USB VIDEO PS/2 KEYBOARD PS/2 MOUSE X 00 X 00APS/2 keyboard connection . . PS/2 mouse connection . . Video connection . . Audio connection . Brightness control . . Sharpness control . . -PS /P -USB/PPS/2 keyboard connection . PS/2 mouse connection . Video connection . . Audio connection* . . USB connection . * only when supplied with X100A X 00or X 00A-PS /Por -USB/Pe.g. X 00A-PS /P welcome contentsinstallation& operationspecialconfiguration furt . erinformation Supplied items X 00Module ComputerAccessModule(CAM) Note: CAMs with connections suitable for Sun Computers are available under special order. Package variants X100-PS2/P Standard X100 with PS/2-style CAM X100-USB/P Standard X100 with USB CAM X100A-PS2/P Audio-equipped X100 with PS/2-style CAM X100A-USB/P Audio-equipped X100 with USB CAM Four self-adhesive Power adapter rubber feet and country- specific power CD-ROM lead welcome contentsinstallation& operationspecialconfiguration furt . erinformation Installation & Operation Connections Installation of the X100 modules is straightforward and minimal configuration requirements in most cases. The moulded CAM (Computer Access Module) connects directly to the system, while the remote X100 module is at the other end of the twisted pair cable and attaches to the keyboard, mouse, etc. • Connections.at.the.CAM.(local).unit • Connections.at.the.X100.(remote).module Cable length advice The X100 modules support twisted-pair structured cabling within categories 5, 5e and 6. Of these three cable types, category 5 generally provides the best transmission of video signals because its four pairs of conductors are the most evenly twisted. Category 5e and 6 cables use conductor pairs that are unevenly twisted in order to combat interference effects encountered within higher frequency networks. While these uneven twists work well for Ethernet signals, they can impose problems for the video signals transceived by the X100 modules. The X100 modules send the red, green and blue video signals on separate twisted pairs within the cable. If any of the colour signals are made to travel slightly further or shorter distances than the others, the result is seen as mis-aligned colours on screen. This is called skew and becomes more noticeable as cable runs become longer and screen resolutions/refresh rates increase. As an approximate guide, you should expect the following maximum cable lengths (achievable at resolutions up to 1600 x 1200 @ 60Hz): Category 5 Category 5e or 6 100m . 50 to 100m . . length limited by skew in the cable. welcome contentsinstallation & operationspecialconfiguration furt . erinformation Connections at the CAM (local) unit 1 Where possible ensure that power is disconnected from the system to be connected. (Note: If it is not possible to switch off devices prior to connection, then a ‘Hot plug’ procedure is available – see the Hot plugging and mouse restoration section for more details). 2 Locate the required CAM and attach its video, keyboard and mouse (PS/2style or USB) and optional audio connectors to the relevant sockets on the computer system. Note: CAMs derive power from the Category 5, 5e or 6 cable computer system via either the PS/2-style to X 00 module keyboard connector or USB connector. 4 Attach the connector of the cable run to the socket of the CAM. The other end of the cable run will attach to the remote X100 module. ComputerAccessModuleGreenindicator-powerpresentYellowindicator-signalactivity PS/2-style.keyboardAudioVideoUSB.keyboard/mousePS/2-style.mouseArangeofdifferentconnectorcombinationsaremadeavailablebythevariousCAMformats3 Lay a suitable length of category 5, 5e or 6 cabling between the computer system and the remote peripherals - see Cable length advice. welcome contentsinstallation & operationspecialconfiguration furt . erinformation Connections at the X100 (remote) module 1 Place the X100 module adjacent to the remote user location. 2 Attach the video monitor, keyboard, mouse (and, optionally for X100A users, speaker) connectors to the sockets of the Adder X100 module. FromkeyboardFromvideomonitorAdderX 00module From mouse 3 Attach the connector of the cable run leading from the CAM to the TO LOCAL socket of the X100. .adder.comTOLOCALPOWERFrompoweradapterCategory5,5eor6cableleadingtotheCAMmoduleAdderX 00mod...

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