UltraMatrix 4xE system offers the ability to connect 4 users (non-blocking) to as many as 1,000 computers.
UltraMatrix 4xE switches are available in several models. They have fixed port configurations and plug-in expansion cards. The 4x8 and 4x16 units connect 4 users with 8 or 16 computers. The 1x8 and 1x16 units add access to 8 or 16 more computers and add another user port at each switch. These extra user ports can be used for local access or as redundant access. With the optional expansion cards, the 4xE switches are connected together so four users can have non-blocking access to as many as 1000 computers.
Cables Rose's UltraCable streamlines the cable connections to UltraMatrix, simplifying cable management and improving system reliability. Order the computer or user cable by the computer's keyboard, monitor, and mouse connector style and desired length. We stock a large variety of cable types in lengths up to 100 feet. Expansion cables are ordered by length and are usually connected in a bus. You need two cables for each switch you want to add.
Installation UltraMatrix is easy to install. You simply connect your computers and keyboards, monitors, and mice to the UltraMatrix ports using the UltraCable. Configure each switch's address and connect the switches together with the expansion cables. Access the on-screen display from the Advanced Visual Interface (AVI), configure settings such as computer names and security, and save it in flash memory. You'll be impressed by the simplicity and appearance of the AVI. Since the switches are networked together, configuring one switch configures them all.
Operation You can tailor the UltraMatrix to suit your style of operation by configuring the level of security that you desire. You can either auto-assign security settings to KVM stations or require users to log into the switch with a user ID and password. The user profile then grants access rights to designated computers and controls other characteristics. Use simple keyboard commands to access computers and system status. The Advanced Visual Interface gives helpful messages to indicate the status of all connections. To allow maximum versatility, users can connect in four different modes: view, share, control, and private. Each card also has a serial port if you wish to control the connection of any user station to any computer by the serial data link of another computer.
Keyboard and Mouse UltraMatrix fully emulates the keyboard and mouse, so computers can be booted at any time. It supports all operating systems such as Windows 95/98/NT/2000, Linux, Sun Solaris/Open Windows, Apple, and Unix workstations. Keyboard and mouse can be PC or Sun. Five types of computer mice are directly supported including wheel mice. USB and Apple are supported with inexpensive external converters.
Flash Memory To support the latest devices, UltraMatrix contains flash memory. Rose provide free lifetime firmware upgrades, available from our FTP site. Load new firmware into the UltraMatrix to add new features or support new equipment.
Advanced Visual Interface UltraMatrix excels with its Advanced Visual Interface (AVI) on-screen display technology. The interface is intuitive since it uses pop-up boxes to make selections. Help lines are shown for each item to make the interface even more user-friendly. The interface can be programmed for English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, or Portugese. You can easily configure the computer names, security, appearance, screen saver and many other features with ease and style. Use the AVI to connect to computers by name, see connection status, and observe system status in real time.
rear view of UltraMatrix 4xE, model number EE4-4x16U/E2
Features and Benefits
To locate your computer, keyboard, monitor, or mouse further than 20 feet, use our coax high-resolution cables, ViewLink extenders, or CrystalView extenders to go as far as 1000 feet. Rack mount kits are available for 19", 23", or 24" racks.