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Avocent HMX Computer Interface Module for DVI-D Video, USB, Audio

HMIQDHDD-001

$1,235.00

Discontinued
Recommended replacement: Avocent HMX5200T-001
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The Avocent HMIQDHDD is a HMX IQ computer interface module dual head DVI-D video, USB, audio for use with the Avocent HMX series.

The HMX IQ Computer Interface Modules are used to connect target computeres to the TCP/IP Area Network. HMX IQ selection depends on type and number of displays to be supported and the video that is generated by the computer. All HMX IQ modules are hardware based and require no software or drivers to be loaded on to the target computer. All HMX IQ modules are operating system (OS) independent, enabling the solution to function with Windows¨, Mac¨, Linux or Sun¨ computers.

The Avocent HMX Desktop Over IP Solution consists of: (all sold separately)

Avocent HMX Desktop Over IP Solution Diagram
Avocent HMX Desktop Over IP Solution Diagram

Avocent HMIQDHDD-001 Specifications:

Mechanical 
Height 1.10 in. (28 mm.)
Width 5 in. (127 mm.)
Depth7.87 in. (200 mm.)
Weight1.65 lbs. (0.75 kg.)
FormatExternal metal-cased module
Environmental 
Operating Temperature32° F to 104° F (0° C to 40° C)
Storage Temperature-4° F to 122° F (-20° C to 50° C)
Power 
Power In5VDC
Consumption6W
Connections 
USB1
DVI-D1 (supports digital video only)
3.5mm stereo speaker jack1
RJ45 network1
Network Speed100Mbps or 1Gbps
EncryptionSSL/AES 128 bit
Performance 
Keyboard, mouse, mass storageUSB
Stereo speakers24 bit 44kHz
ResolutionDigital video up to 1920x1200@60fps, 100Mbps or 1Gbps network
Standards 
Approved AgencycUL, UL, CE, FCC15 Class A
UPC / EAN Barcode icon
UPC 636430048956
EAN 0636430048956
Question: Is there a distributor in France ?
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry. To locate a local reseller, please visit the following Emerson Network Power (the manufacturer of Avocent equipment) webpage: http://www.emersonnetworkpower.com/en-US/About/ContactUs/Pages...

Under 'Sales Contact Type' (column 2) select 'Partners/Resellers' and in 'Location' (column 3) select the appropriate local.

Question: For 1 Central Unit and 1 remote mouse/keyboard/screen, do I need an HMX manager ?
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry. In a point-to-point setup as you describe, you will not need the HMX manager.

The HMX manager allows a multi-point to multi-point system where an individual user station could reach out to any number of attached systems.

Question: Can the Avocent HMIQDHDD be rack mounted or mounted to the monitor like an HMX 2050?
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry. The HMIQHDD can be rack mounted with the use of the optional rack mounting kit (RMK-67).

We have added the RMK-67 (https://www.kvm-switches-online.com/rmk-67.html) as an accessory for the HMIQHDD.

Question: What would be the replacement for Avocent HMIQDHDD-001 power supply P/N PSC0003-001 since they are discontinued?
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry,

The PSC0003 was indirectly replaced by PSC0005. The difference between the Avocent PSC0003 and PSC0005, is the PSC0003 is 5v DC @ 5 amps while the PSC0005 is a 5v DC @ 4 amps. The PSC0003 itself was initially a 4A PSU but was replaced for 5A (PSC0003-001) due to some under-power issue to HMX1000/2000 product.

According to the vendor, PSC0005 should also work with HMX 1000/2000 series transmitters and receivers including the Avocent HMIQDHDD transmitter, but with the PSC0005 being a 4A it may at some point exhibit the same issue as the original 4A PSC0003. The PSC0005 has not been properly tested or QA with the HMX 2050, so we cannot guarantee that it will be fully compatible or a straight replacement.