The RCMDVI40BT is integrated with an exclusive RCM API for providing various extensive functions, including local / remote access control, automated operation sequences (SendKey / SendMouse), screen monitoring, remote troubleshooting, image sampling comparison, optical character recognition (OCR), and more. Additionally, by using the RCMMS (Remote Control & Monitoring Management Software), a centralized management platform featuring Panel Array, users can manage, monitor, and control up to hundreds of RCM devices simultaneously. The RCMDVI40BT is equipped with an FPGA graphics processor that offers great image and video quality to enhance OCR accuracy. Moreover, in order to enhance production line applications, the RCMDVI40BT supports OSD Title Bar Notification, RFID authentication from a local console, industrial status LED lights with status detection, and Access Control Box (2XRT-0015G) for managing remote control privilege at local site.
The RCMDVI40BT can be used with ATEN's CCVSR (Control Center Video Session Recorder software) to record all operations made on the server. Every operation and change – booting up at BIOS level to system level, logging in and logging out, running software applications to configure the operating system – is recorded and saved to a secure video file for security reference and troubleshooting purposes, and etc.
The transmitter supports connections via an RJ-45 port or a SFP slot. It can be connected to a receiver either directly, or via a high-speed network over a copper-based or fiber-based LAN. When connecting to a fiber optic network using 1-Gbps SFP fiber module* expansions, transmission distance can be extended up to 10 km. It also features dual power supplies for redundancy to ensure uninterrupted operation. In addition, with RS-232 support and Auto MDIX, the RCMDVI40BT provides a convenient way to enable digital extension for production line applications through a network.
As an IP-based matrix extender, the RCMDVI40BT can be used as a point-to-point / point-to multipoint / multipoint-to-point / multipoint-to-multipoint extender. When combined with the KVM over IP Matrix Manager (CCKM), it can be integrated into a KVM over IP Matrix System (multipoint-to-multipoint) for providing more flexible applications in different working environments.
With integration with the CCKM, IT administrators can benefit from advanced features such as auto detection of all extenders on the same subnet for the sake of fast installation or configuration, username / password authentication and authorization, and the ability to define different types of connections that can be switched and shared. Security features of the RCMDVI40BT include AES 128-bit encryption for secured data transmissions, as well as RADIUS, LDAP, Active Directory, TACACS+ for 3rd-party authentication services. All in all, the RCMDVI40BT is the most cost-effective and convenient way to provide full digital extension for production line applications through a network.