Eclipse Rackmount expands product offerings with ERL, ERW, and ERD Series of products

Additions to our product lineup will be shipping in the coming weeks with our new ERL, ERW, and ERD Series of products. The ERL Series features a 20″ LCD with keyboard and optional KVM confined into 1U of height and 25.6″ of depth. The ERW Series holds a unique 19″ widescreen LCD capable of 1440×900 resolution. Finally, the ERD Series offers dual slides and a 17″ or 19″ screen that can be left out for monitoring when the keyboard is put away, all within 1U. See below for some additional detail on each one, and be sure to contact us with any questions or to request a quote!

ERL-20N

The ERL-20N boasts a 20″ screen capable of 1600×1200 resolution, and a total weight of only 44lbs. Due to the size of the panel, the only pointing device currently available is the N Model touch pad (shown). Durable “One-Man” installation rails come standard with this product.

ERW-19N

The ERW-19N features a widescreen that breaks from the standard 4:3 tradition. The 1440×900 resolution is perfect for projects such as video editing where a letterbox ratio can be critical. Like the other models, the product is also available in a Sun-compatible version capable of the 1152×900 resolution known well to Sun users.

ERD-17N

The ERD-17N (also available in the 19″ ERD-19N) sets itself apart with its dual sliding drawers. Along with the handsome looks, the ERD Series possesses the ability to fully utilize the features of our emerging technologies, including the option for a Multi-Active User KVM.

It should be noted that all three of the product families featured above will be available with the following options:
– Sun-specific monitors and keyboards to support Sun resolutions and hot keys.
(ERL-20SN, ERW-19SN, and ERD-17SN/ERD-19SN respectively)
– 8-, 16-, and 32-Port cascadable KVM switches.
– Cat-6, IP, 2-, 3-, and 4-Multi-Active User Matrix KVM options.
– BNC + S-Video and/or DVI-D inputs.
– DC power and touchscreen options.

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