The 2A-130G VGA EDID Emulator is designed for ATEN KVM extender or video extender installations that do not utilize a local monitor at the site where the computer/video source is located. The 2A-130G emulates and stores a default ATEN EDID (Extended Display Identification Information) setting in a non-volatile memory. This means the computer/video source can still “see” the display, even though it is not directly connected.
The 2A-130G is suitable for any ATEN KVM or video extender installation where a monitor is not required at the local site, providing a simple, cost-saving, and convenient solution for display-related boot-up problems.
Subsitutes as a monitor at the site where the computer/video source is located
EDID built-in – Stores ATEN standard EDID information in device
ATEN standard EDID supports all popular resolutions
Superior video quality – up to 1920 x 1200@60Hz, 1366 x 768@60Hz
USB Powered – No need for an external power adapter
No software required – Eliminates incompatibility and installation issues; no need to confi gure
Aten specializes in connectivity and management solutions in information technology, professional audio / video and green energy business. The company was established in 1979 by Shang-Chung Chen. Its headquarters is located in Xizhi District, New Taipei city, Taiwan. Their services are known worldwide.
Their products are KVM Switches, remote management solutions, audio-visual switches and matrices, interface adapters, power distribution unit, information technology management systems, video products, USB peripherals and data communication. Aten had over 1630 employees as of 2014. Their website is www.aten.com. They also have their subsidiaries in U.S.A, Belgium, Japan, U.K, Korea, China, Australia, Taiwan, and Russia. Aten is the parent company of IOGEAR.
Aten is now the largest KVM switch manufacturer company in the world. Atens went public in 2003 and since then has remained the only listed KVM manufacturer in the world.