The following converters have been tested with XDIP:-
No, the XDIP only support progressive video, for example, 1080p.
No, it only supports USB HID devices like keyboards and mice.
The maximum number of Transmitters that a Receiver can access is sixteen, however, there can be more Transmitters than Receivers. Each Receiver can point to different Transmitters. The maximum number supported will depend on factors such as your network setup.
No, the XDIP was designed to work on a single local network.
Out of the box, the XDIP endpoints will use link-local IP Addresses (169.254.x.x) or retrieve an address from a local DHCP Server. From firmware version 1.05 onwards you are able to set a fixed IP address. If you do manually set an IP address, the unit will always have two IP addresses, the one that you manually set and a DHCP or a link-local address. This is because the XDIP needs a known IP address range to auto-discover each other on the network.
The XDIP uses around 450Mb to 500Mb of network bandwidth to transmit the video from one Transmitter to a Receiver.
Yes, it supports English, French, Spanish and German.
Yes, from firmware version 1.5 onwards, there is now an API available.
Yes and No. The XDIP only support USB 2.0 HID devices such as keyboards and mouse.
No. As the video output from one transmitter can be shared with other receivers (monitors), it is not possible to be HDCP compliant.
Yes, there is a mounting bracket that can do this. The part number is RMK10.
The XDIP can either pass the EDID from your monitor or you can use a fixed EDID by setting it on the Transmitter.
The XDIP requires 15 watts of power, so you need a network switch that is capable of either IEEE 802.3 AF or 802.3 AT.
The XDIP can be used as USB matrix. If you turn off the Enable Video Output setting whilst connected to a channel, the last video frame that was shown will remain on the screen. This can only be cleared by rebooting the receiver.
The hotkey switching (as of and below f/w version 1.06) is limited to switching between the 8x Transmitters.