The extendit ADB100 are a set of two boxes that extend your keyboard, mouse and trackball up to 1000 feet away from the location of your Macintosh CPU...
The extendit ADB100 are a set of two boxes that extend your keyboard, mouse and trackball up to 1000 feet away from the location of your Macintosh CPU.
How it works:
The ADB100 sender unit is placed next to the Macintosh CPU. The ADB cable connects the CPU and the ADB100S sender unit. A Link cable (RJ-11) is used to connect between the ADB100S Sender and the ADB100R Receiver. The ADB100R is placed in close proximity to the extended keyboard location. The extended keyboard is connected to the ADB100R.
The ADB500 unit is an ADB sender unit for up to five (5) additional ADB devices at the same time. It has application when using multiple touchscreen devices and where extra keyboard locations are desired such as educational institutions. The ADB500 sender unit is extended with link cables similar to the way the ADB100 is extended, and it uses the ADB100R Receiver units at the extended location.
Specifications for ADB100 and ADB500:
- Keyboard & Trackball Extension Up To 1000 Feet Away from CPU
- Two Users Can Work At Local & Remote Locations
- Off The Shelf Link Cables Used For Extension (RJ-11 type cable)
- External Power Supply (9 volt DC)
- Installs In Minutes
- USB on one side
- ADB devices on the other side
Gefen, Inc., 6265 Variel Ave, Woodland Hills, CA 91367. Tel: 800-545-6900; Fax: 818-884-3108.