New Kramer Computer Graphics Video DAs Have Wide Compatibility

Jerusalem, Israel – May 24, 2005 – Kramer Electronics, Ltd., is pleased to announce the newest additions to its product line – the VP-3xl, VP-4xl and VP-5xl computer graphics video distribution amplifiers. These models have newly designed sync circuitry to ensure compatibility with the range of sync signal variances found in many of the PCs and displays in the market today. The Kramer VP-3xl, VP-4xl, and VP-5xl are high performance distribution amplifiers (1:3, 1:4, and 1:5) for computer graphics video signals. Each machine includes front panel EQ control to compensate for long cable runs, and switches for ID Bit control. The machines have a video bandwidth in excess of 375MHz (-3dB) fully loaded, making them compatible with computer graphics video resolutions from VGA through QXGA. “In the market today it is a fact of life that many PCs and fixed resolution digital displays have subtle variances from what would be considered standard sync signal levels,” states Chris Kopin, vice president of Product Development for Kramer Electronics USA. “As a result, signal processing equipment such as our DAs must be designed to accommodate these wide variations in the sync signals that they process, so that any PC or any display connected will operate flawlessly every time. The VP-3xl, VP-4xl and VP-5xl have newly designed sync processing circuits that address this issue.” The VP-3xl, VP-4xl and VP-5xl each accept one input, provide necessary buffering and isolation, and then distribute the signal to each of its identical outputs. The machines have internal international power supplies and are housed in a half 19" enclosure. The Kramer VP-3xl, VP-4xl and VP-5xl are now in stock and available from Kramer Electronics sales companies around the world.