This powered DVI EDID Storer
reads and remembers the EDID of your display and lets your PC boot directly from it.
DVI EDID Storer Features:
- Make your computer think it is directly connected to the display even using converters or Cat5 extenders
- Stores EDID settings even when unit has been unplugged
- Compliant with DVI specification 1.0
- Supports high-resolution display up to UXGA [25-165MHZ]
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The EDID Emulator captures and retains EDID information from a monitor/display and can then be connected to the video signal source, emulating the information in order to trick the video source (video card) into outputting the same video signal - even if the display is not directly connected to the video source or is connected using a video extension system.
Since most video extender systems don't offer EDID communication between the signal source and a remote display, the DVI EDID Emulator is a perfect workaround for ensuring the optimum signal is provided to the display, regardless of whether or not there is a direct connection between the source and the display.What is EDID:
EDID - Extended Display Identification Data is a VESA standard data format that contains basic information about a monitor and its capabilities, including vendor information, maximum image size, color characteristics, factory pre-set timings, frequency range limits, as well as character strings for the monitor name, model number and serial number.
Computers and HDTV video source devices can sometimes lose the EDID -- basically the electronic identification of a display which lists its possible resolutions and frequencies. When displays are switched away or disconnected and then reconnected, the EDID can be lost and the computer or HD video source device can lose the ability to display the image properly.
This DVI EDID Storer allows you to switch or relocate HDTV or Computer video displays while "tricking" the source devices into thinking that the display is still present -- maintaining smooth video operations throughout the process.
EDID is an essential aspect of all Plug & Play connectivity systems as it allows the display to tell the signal source what types of signals and what resolutions it is capable of accepting. EDID is communicated over two conductors embedded in the DVI cable called the DDC (Display Data Channel) lines.
Your video is only as good as the DVI EDID Storer that connects it. Why not buy it today?