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Matrix Networked computer to Multiple Display Selection

Discussion in 'Audio/Video' started by HotFalcon, Dec 11, 2018.

  1. HotFalcon

    HotFalcon Guest


    I have a network of 12 computers on a standard 100Mbps TCP network, I have three large monitors and one CCTV system.

    I need to select any computer on the network to any one of the large display monitors along with being able to select a display for the CCTV system output to display.
    The CCTV can be Picture in Picture to any one of the network computer display's.

    What is the best solution for this problem?

    Please assist.
  2. KVMGalore Expert

    KVMGalore Expert Staff Member

    Hello HotFalcon,

    Thank you for reaching out on our HelpCenter.

    What type video is being used on your...
    a) Computers
    b) Monitors
    c) CCTV
    VGA? or DVI? or HDMI? or other (please specify)

    Important note: To continue this discussion - please respond via KVMGalore HelpCenter thread, NOT via e-mail.

    Either way, a good solution would be a Video over IP solution on your existing (or dedicated) network. (Note: This solution does not require that your computers be on the same network or on any network for that matter).
    Connect a Transmitter unit to each one of your 12 computers and CCTV system.
    Connect a Receiver unit to each one of your monitors.
    Connect all Transmitter and Receiver units to a network.
    Video over IP system will then allow you to route, at will, and source (Transmitter) to any destination-monitor (Receiver).
    Note: For a larger selection you should also brows through our KVM over IP offering.

    Hope this helps!
    We welcome your questions - please come back and ask us anything, anytime, or just offer your feedback.

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