Adder AdderLink Infinity Dual Head 4K Transmitter
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The ADDERLink INFINITY 4000 Series (ALIF4000) is the world’s first dual-head, 5K high performance IP KVM matrix over a single fiber. Fully compatible with the existing ADDERLink INFINITY (ALIF) range, and supported by the ADDERLink INFINITY Manager (AIM), the ALIF4001 can be used as a point-to-point extender or easily integrated into a wider matrix system.
- Dual-head 5K video, digital audio and Hi-Speed USB2.0 over a single link
- Supports up to 10-bit per color SDR and HDR10
- Pixel-perfect image quality
- Multi-channel digital audio via DisplayPort™ connectivity
- Adder’s USB True Emulation for fast switching
- Backwards compatibility with all of the ALIF range
- Flexible and scalable
- Full touch screen control with floating launch icon and on screen keyboard
Dual-head 5K screens over a single link
The ADDERLink INFINITY 4001 (ALIF4001) can deliver two 5K screens over a single link.
10-bit per colour and HDR10
Allows greater color depth, supports both SDR10 and HDR10
Multigigabit Ethernet support
Multirate (1/2.5/5/10) GbE support enables premium video performance over standard CAT6 cable up to 100m
Dual-multirate ports can be teamed together for enhanced resiliency or improved video capability.
Support for 5K resolutions
5K video resolutions supported for high resolution and ultra-wide video applications (5120x1440 @60Hz or 5120x2880 @30Hz).
High frame rate support
Refresh rates up to 240Hz supported for HD video resolutions.
High speed USB2.0
Supports transparent USB communication up to 480Mbps for those using mass storage devices, mouse and keyboard, graphics tablets, jog shuttles, joysticks and 3D explorers.
Perfect digital video
Using the same encoding system as the other products in the ADDERLink INFINITY (ALIF) range, the digital video is spatially lossless, with 1:1 pixel mapping, ensuring that the digital video you receive is the same as the one leaving your remote computer.
The ALIF4001 can integrate seamlessly into your existing ADDERLink INFINITY setup, replacing or working in conjunction with your existing ALIF endpoints.
Plug and play support for USB devices and third-party tools, such as Blackmagic® Design DaVinci Resolve® Color Grading Panels.
Multi-channel digital audio, via DisplayPort™, provides a high-quality immersive sound experience.
Onboard diagnostics tool
Diagnostics tool maximizes uptime and assists with technical support enquiries by allowing the customer to troubleshoot network issues directly from the unit.
Flexible and scalable
Each ALIF4001 unit can be configured as a simple extender or distributed KVM switch. Each receiver can see up to 16 sources or can be connected to the ADDERLink INFINITY Manager (AIM) to create a larger and more fully featured matrix.
Supports resolutions up to 5120x2880 including UHD or DCI and refresh rates up to 240Hz
Up to 10-bit per color SDR and HDR10
Analog Line in/out 2 channel 16bit @48KHz 1V RMS in/1V RMS out
2x DP Audio in either 2, 6 or 8 channels linear PCM
4 ports of USB2.0 with Adder’s USB True Emulation to support keyboard, mouse and touch
One port of transparent Hi-Speed USB2.0
USB device seen as: 7 or 13 port hub
2x 10GbE or 2x 1GbE (no 10/100 support) via SFP or:
2x 10,5,2.5GbE and when using SFP-CATX-MR SFP
Local Unit - Transmitter (TX)
Computer: 2x DisplayPort™, 2x USB type B, 2x 3.5mm audio jack sockets, 1x DB9 socket
Ethernet: 2x SFP+ cages
Power: 3 pin Kycon socket
(L)210mm /8.3” x (W)215mm/8.5” x (D)40mm/1.6”
Aluminum and steel construction
External power: 12VDC, 5A
Typical power consumption: 20W
Operating temperature: 0 to 40°C/32 to 104°F
Storage temperature: 0 to 40°C/32 to 104°F
Storage and operating relative humidity: 10-90% non-condensing
Altitude: < 2000m
Dimensions: (L)285mm/11.2” x (W)245mm/9.6” x (D)145mm/5.7”
UKCA, CE and FCC: See the compliance web page for the full list
Mean Time Between Failure
ALIF4001T 159,000 hrs
Telcordia SR332 Issue 4 March 2016. Calculated @55°C
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