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Kling-Net information

This web site provide informations about Kling-Net

Kling-Net is a protocol to allow the distribution of real-time video data to remote display devices.

Kling-Net is a network protocol to allow auto configuration of display devices over ethernet. The protocol is developed and patented by ArKaos.

The first implementation of Kling-Net is made to use display devices such as LEDs or LED panels. Those LED panels are connected to a computer through a standard Ethernet network. The purpose of Kling-Net is:

- To allow the connection of display devices to a computer with an automatic configuration

- To ensure a perfect time synchronization of many display devices. The protocol allows to display visuals and to present them following a precise timing.

- To avoid using expansive hardware video converters needed to send video to display devices

- To allow creating a heterogenic network of display devices made by different manufacturer and controlled by a simple computer

- To add some intelligence into display devices in order to make possible the auto configuration of the device. The small processor added to the display device is very inexpensive in order to allow a low cost duplication.

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Video presentation of Kling-Net

The display devices

The Media Server

Network Messages Managed by the Media Server

Network Messages Managed by the Display Device

The Auto Configuration and Discovery Process

The are several ways to control Kling-Net device, this page introduce the products that can send data to Kling-Net devices:

Kling-Net compatible Media Servers