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VGA Connector enables keystone integration.

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March 29, 2012 - Featuring field terminated screw terminal design, VividVGA Connector eliminates need for crimping and soldering and minimizes signal degradation and shorted terminations. Connector is backwards compatible and supports WUXGA video signal transmission over UTP/STP CATx and mini-coaxial cable up to 10 ft and 50 ft respectively. XGA transmission coverage extends to 20 ft and 160 ft, respectively.

Archtech Electronics Corp./NTW Group

117A Docks Corner Rd., Dayton, NJ, 08810, USA

Original Press Release

NTW Resolves VGA and Keystone Applications Integration Restrictions

Press release date: March 28, 2012

Networking The World (NTW) 2012 New Products line up will begin with the VividVGA Connector - a patent pending field terminated VGA connector capable of keystone integration to its Data & Audio/Video Solutions.

The VividVGA Connector features an easy field termination screw terminal design, eliminating the need for crimping and soldering and reduces signal degradation and shorted terminations. The VividVGA Connector supports signal transmission over UTP/STP CATx wiring as or 5 Mini-Coaxial Cable. The fully tested connector is backwards compatible and supports signal transmission s WUXGA video quality over UTP & STP CATx and Mini-Coaxial Cable up to 10 feet and 50 feet respectively, where as XGA transmission coverage extends to 20 feet and 160 feet respectively.

Paul Foung, Vice President and VP of Engineering for NTW says, "This once-impossible integration demonstrates NTW's commitment to setting new standards and exceeding market expectations. Users and customer come to NTW for new and innovative solutions that deliver a reliable, high performance and easy-to-install system-wide solution. [And The release of new products such as these becomes a regular reminder to our customers that NTW has the expertise and customer-oriented mindset to support their needs."

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