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Stream a Single Video Source to 2 Separate VGA Monitors

November 10, 2012 Leave a comment

IOGEAR GVS72 2-Port VGA Video Splitter
The GVS72 is a 2-port VGA video splitter and a signal booster with IOGEAR’s patented VSE (Video Signal Enhancement) Technology. It is the best choice for splitting and carrying a video signal to more that one display with the same quality as the original signal. The GVS72 VGA Video Splitter is used to take video input from a single source and direct it to two video outputs for monitors using analog signals.

The signal boost obtained by using IOGEAR’s patented VSE (Video Signal Enhancement) Technology allows you to not only split the signal but it also amplifies the video signal to increase the transmission distance to about 215 feet away. This is no small feat, your average VGA card, over a standard VGA cable, sends a clear VGA signal approximately 25 feet.

Operating with a bandwidth of 350MHz (350 million cycles per second) that is almost 60 times greater than a simple TV signal. The high bandwidth allows for the transmission of large amounts of information at a very high rate of speed, thus allowing for the use of high resolution settings upwards of 1920 x 1440 in 24 or 32 bit true color mode.
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Motion Sensor Triggers AutoSlide Door to Open when IR Beam is Broken

November 10, 2012 Leave a comment

SlideRight AS06/WS AutoSlide Infrared Motion Sensor, Single

The AutoSlide™ Infrared (IR) Motion Sensor from SlideRight is an add-on accessory for AutoSlide automatic sliding door bundle systems and includes 1 sensor. The IR Motion Sensor hardwired to the AutoSlide and installed above the sliding door. When the IR beam from the sensor is broken by an approaching person the AutoSlide system will immediately be triggered to open the door and provide hands-free convenience. This is especially helpful when your hands are full or if a certain family member has trouble remembering to shut the door behind them allowing bugs in and causing the thermostat to work harder than it needs to. The IR beam height is adjustable allowing for it to be set so that an approaching young child will not activate the door and be given easy access outside of the home. Because the IR Sensor is hardwired to the AutoSlide system it does not require any batteries for operation. It is important to note that installation of only 1 IR Motion Sensor will only automate the sliding door one-way. To fully automate your sliding door from the inside and outside 2 IR Motion Sensors will need to be installed.
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