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Aten HDMI EDID Emulator, VC080-AT


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Technical Details
Item Weight150 g
Product Dimensions24 x 16 x 6.2 cm
Item model numberVC080-AT
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 408,066 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight358 g
Date First Available17 Sep 2013

Product Description

The ATEN VC080 is a HDMI EDID Emulator, which is designed to emulate and store the EDID of a video display, providing constant and reliable EDID data for the a HDMI source device to efficiently optimize video resolution. The ATEN HDMI EDID Emulator is a convenient tool that ensures smooth viewing experience for any video installation. The EDID Emulator provides three flexible methods for selecting and switching between EDID Modes: Default Mode, Programming Mode, and Learning Mode. It comes with an easy-to-u

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The only way to connect to this device to program it, is via a RS232 connection. I have not seen a serial port on a PC in about 10 years. Why on one hand make a HDMI device (very current), and then decide to control it via an obsolete interface? Totally defies logic.

The instruction leaflet that comes with it, is as useless as the device, only giving the very briefest description of the device, and next to no instructions. It tells you what all the modes are, but not how to use them or access them.

Thirdly, it just does not work. I plugged it into a monitor, copied the EDID, and then plugged a laptop into the Aten unit. configured the laptop for two displays, and dragged a window on the second display. I then unplugged the Aten from the display, and the laptop immediately lost the display and moved the window back to the laptop screen.

So I ask, what is the point of this? And when you consider the price, you would expect a far higher level of quality and documentation.
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