By 6 March 2009 | Categories: gizmos


We found the perfect device for anyone who needs to display video feed on more than on monitor simultaneously.

It’s the Chronos range of video ­duplicators. There are four different video duplicators to choose from each offering one video input and either two, four, eight or twelve video outputs depending on your needs.

The CVM range supports SVGA, VGA, XGA, QXGA and multi-sync compliant monitors, and can handle video resolution of 2048 x 1536. These video splitters also provide one of the
market’s highest bandwidth support at 450 MHz, allowing for distances of up to 55 m. The video duplicators come with 2/4/8/12 standard HD15 female ports to connect the monitors and an additional HD15 female port to connect the splitter to your CPU.

A video duplicator is a must-have tool for classrooms, conference rooms, point of sale presentations, trading room floors, security systems, airports, restaurants, and many other applications where you need to share ­information or video presentations with multiple users.

The Chronos video duplicators are easy to set up, simple to use and are compatible with a wide range of operating systems such as Windows 98/SE/ME, Windows 2000/XP/Vista and Mac OS 8.6/OS 9/OS X. The best part is that you can get the CVM-810S (eight ports) for only R700 from PC?Pro Shop on 012-348-4000.


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