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    DISPLAYING STATIC SCREEN REMOTELY

    A company wants to display production schedules on screens in two different production locales. The schedules are basically static and refresh once per day at the most.

    The one production locale is within 50 metres cable run, the other about double that.

    Any thoughts would be most welcome.

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    What about normal RG59 cable running thro a splitter - One to each screen ?

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    I forgot to mention that the schedules for each locale are different

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLIVE-TRIANGLE View Post
    I forgot to mention that the schedules for each locale are different
    Oh ...... ok what about two separate Rg59 cables running from the sources ?

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