The new Draco Tera Flex matrix switch delivers an even higher level of performance, with enhanced flexibility, modularity, scalability and functionality.
The Draco Tera Flex is available in three housing variants (1, 2 and 4 U) with between 16 and 160 ports. All ports can be used flexibly as inputs or outputs. 8-port expansion modules can be mixed between Cat and fiber optic types, with either 1 Gbit/s or 3 Gbit/s bandwidth; thus almost all customer-specific requirements can be achieved. The Draco tera flex is equipped with integrated power supply and redundant network connection as standard.
With its capability to facilitate 1G and 3G technology within a single frame as well as CatX and Fibre interfaces, it supports modern applications with a mix of 2K and 4K in very economic way. Custom design chassis even allow for future field upgradability scaling a system from 40-Port to 80-Port or even 160-Port completely non-blocking.
Fibre-optic ports allows data transfer up to 10km either side of the matrix, perfect for inter-building connections and each computer can be quickly assessed from any position, via keyboard, on-screen display (OSD), the Draco Tera Tool or an ethernet or serial interface.
Each port on the Draco Tera Flex must be connected to an IHSE digital KVM extender module. Extenders are available to suit nearly all combinations of common video and data interfaces.
By simply connecting the extender to the chassis, the internal control software will recognize and auto-configure the port as a CPU or console device. This Flex-Port technology provides a huge time saving for system installers who normally have to pre-configure ports to specific I/O requirements.
The system supports also instant switching technology. With incredible speed, switching between sources is glitch-free and instantaneous thus reducing eye strain and annoying video tearing found with other systems.
Where centralized switching of KVM is necessary, the Draco Tera Flex is the perfect KVM solution. It is especially suited for factory floor automation control systems, production studios, OB Vans, and command and control environments.