The detachable DVI extender, DVFX-100-TR offers easy connection to your existing system with minimum efforts and no modification, since it is designed compactly enough and with all industry standard connectors. The metallic die-casting enclosure gives reliable installation, excellent EMI shields and heat dissipation in harsh and noisy environments.
With OPTICIS leading-edge fiber-optic technology, DVFX-100-TR is capable of driving uncompressed WUXGA (1920x1200) 60Hz and even more up to 2K resolution of DVI signal up to 500m (1640ft) over one(1) SC multi-mode fiber.
For better installation and flexibility, it features patent pending Self-EDID management, reading and restoring of the information by just plugging to the display. It is also certified with IEC60601-1, 60601-1-2 for medical uses and FCC/CE and Class 3 LASER Eye Safety for various applications.
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Opticis Co., Ltd., the world's leading fiber-optic A/V connectivity solution provider based in South Korea, was founded in December, 1999 to design and manufacture a variety of fiber-optic digital links of quality. Opticis aims to provide high-speed fiber-optic link solutions for digital video and audio extension mainly along with serial data interface and interconnection required in audio & video industry. In this field, the connectivity issue becomes more critical especially for environmentally cautious, high-speed and long extension applications, where copper cables support only several meters.
In such areas, Opticis has been implementing various interface standards such as the DVI for PC-based graphic interface and HDMI for digital TV industry, DisplayPort for PC and display, SDI for Broadcast system, USB for PC Peripherals and the IEEE1394 (FireWire) for digital appliance interconnection.
With its leadership, the Quality Management System has been certified, having been assessed and complied with the requirements of the quality standard, by ISO 9001:2008.
As a leader of fiber-optic extension, Opticis keeps simplifying connectivity by combining or multiplexing various interface data into an optical data and continues to offer new fiber-optic link products to meet the needs of wide bandwidth data transmission and applications.