CyrstalView Pro Fiber Digital USB Local KVM Single Mode Fiber Extender Card



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The Rose CrystalView Pro Fiber Card CRV-SLDFSUDVI-IRK is a Digital USB Local KVM Single Mode Fiber Extender Card with internal PSU.  The CrystalView Pro fiber is the KVM extender of choice for businesses that need to extend and operate several computers, servers, or KVM switches from a great distance. The CRV-SLDFSUDVI-IRK makes this possible by the use of standard fiber optic cable. You can fully operate and control 10 computers or servers from as far away as 33,000 feet using 9-micron fiber cable.

Rose CRV-SLDFSUDVI-IRK Features & Benefits:

  • Supports:
    • DVI and VGA video modes
    • PS/2, Sun, USB keyboards and mice
  • Full stereo audio and Serial (optional RS232)
  • Video resolutions up to 1600 x 1200 @ 60Hz (1920 x 1200 optional)
  • Flexible modular architecture
  • Compatible with Rose Electronics KVM switches such as ServeView Pro, UltraView Pro, and UltraMatrix
  • Compatible with Windows, Windows NT, OS/2, UNIX, Linux, and other operating systems
  • Uses a microprocessor to emulate the keyboard and mouse. The keyboard and mouse on the receiver unit do not have to be connected for the PC to boot; only the transmitter must be connected to the PC.
  • Fully automatic KVM sharing (Local access models)
  • Only two fibers needed
  • Digital OSD setup menu

Rose CrystalView Pro Fiber KVM Extender Function Diagram
Rose CrystalView Pro Fiber KVM Extender Function Diagram

Rose CRV-SLDFSUDVI-IRK Specifications:

Operating Temperature 10°C - 45°C / 50°F - 113°F
Storage Temperature 80% max, non-condensing
Power 180-2000µw


PC- Keyboard & Mouse MiniDin6
USB- Keyboard & Mouse Type A/B
Power 4-Pin square
Program RJ22
Serial DB9M
Audio 3.5mm stereo jack (2)
Wavelength 1300nm
Approvals CE
Question: What parameters need to be setup in the CRV-SLDFSUDVI in order for it to run properly in a particular installation?
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry. There are a couple of different parameters that may need to be set up, depending on the environment. These may include pixelclock and phase. Full instructions and troubleshooting information can be found in the Rose CrystalView Pro fiber manual: