SmartAVI EDID-Mirror-1P EDID Emulator for DVI computers works with Windows 7 and Linux
Eliminate the Headache of Display Configuration and Auto-detection with SmartAVI EDID-Mirror. The EDID-Mirror prevents Windows7, XP and Linux from auto-configuring your displays if your computer is started up with the displays disconnected or turned off. Certain operating systems, especially Windows 7, have a display auto-detection feature that can reconfigure your displays if they are not powered on or connected at startup. This can lead to the frustrating task of reconfiguring your displays.NOTE:
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The solution is the EDID-Mirror, a DVI-D EDID (Extended Display Identification Data) emulator that provides a constant signal to the computer, regardless of whether the displays are present or not. This ensures that the display configuration is not lost.
SmartAVI EDID-Mirror-1P EDID Emulator for DVI computers works with Windows 7 and Linux Features:
- Learn the EDID configuration at once
- Stores EDID configuration in non-volatile memory so that the unit may be powered off and the configuration will not be lost
- Display can be disconnected as needed without losing EDID configuration
- Uses standard EDID configuration standards
- Compatible with most DVI-D displays and all Windows versions
- Includes: [EDID-Mirror-1P, PS5VDC2A. ]
SmartAVI EDID-Mirror-1P EDID Emulator for DVI computers works with Windows 7 and Linux Applications:
- Corporate or Educational Presentations
- Financial (Remote Servers/User Control)
- Call Centers
- Industrial (Long-Range Workstation Isolation)
- Information Terminals/Kiosks
- Airport Installations (Air Traffic/Passenger Info)
- Educational Environments with remote displays
Note: All Smart-AVI items are noncancelable and nonreturnable.
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