AMA-2121AX is a rugged waterproof remote terminal station designed to extend control room operations in toughest plant floor conditions. The core of AMA-2121AX unit is a KVM extender that allows the display and host PC to be connected via single Cat 6e cable and be up to 100 m (330 ft) apart. AMA-2121AX enclosure construction is ideal for wash down manufacturing environments where there is presence of dust, bacteria, and water.
AMA-2121AX is a single Cat 6e cable connection remote terminal station equipped with 21.5” full high definition 1920 x 1080 resolution LCD displays, projected capacitive multi-touch screen, waterproof keyboard and pointing device. AMA-2121AX has built-in HDMI extender receiver and consolidates HDMI, USB and Power cables into one Cat 6e cable. AMA-2121AX makes cable installation quick and effortless, thus saving time and money spend on installation.
Key features of AMA 2121AX-
• Fully enclosed/sealed stainless steel enclosure.
• Meets NEMA 4X/IP65 requirements
• 21.5”active matrix TFT LCD Display
• 1920×1080 FHD resolution
• Projected capacitive touch screen
• Integrated waterproof keyboard and pointing device
• Integrated KVM Extender (upto 330 feet remote location)
• Built-in power-over-cable (power supply not required)
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About Arista Corporation
Arista Corporation is a globally recognized leader in manufacturing video wall LCD displays, AV extenders, matrix switchers, AV Multi-viewers, and other related products for the AV installation and industrial markets. Founded in 1994 and headquartered in Fremont, CA, with operations in China, India, and Taiwan, Arista Corporation is committed to the highest standards of product development, engineering, manufacturing, and customer support. The company’s extensive product portfolio includes video wall LCD monitors, AudioVisual extenders, AudioVisual matrix switchers, and AudioVisual MultiViewers.