- 4 Port KVM switch is compact size design, easy portable
- Supports Microsoft Intellimouse, Logitech Net Mouse, etc.
- Supports DOS, Win3.X, Win95/98/98SE/2000/ME/XP, WinNT, Netware, Unix, Linux
- Hot plug-add or remove connected PCs for maintenance without powering down the KVM switch or PCs
- Superior video quality-up to 1920 x 1440
- No software required-PC selection via push buttons, or hot keys
- Keyboard status restored when switching PCs
- LED display for monitoring status
- Buzzer sound for switching port confirmation
- Bandwidth: 200MHz
- Function: 4-Port KVM
- PC Port: 4 (4-Port KVM)
- Max PC Connector: 4 (4-Port KVM)
- LED Display: 4 (4-Port KVM)
- PC Port Connector: Mini Din PS/2 keyboard 6pin male; Mini Din PS/2 keyboard 6pin female; VGA HDDB15pin female8 sec.
- Console Port Connector: Mini Din PS/2 keyboard 6pin male; Mini Din PS/2 keyboard 6pin female VGA; HDDB15pin female
- PC Selection: Hot key/plate
- Video Display Console: NO
- Keyboard Emulation: PS/2
- Muse Emulation: PS/2
- VGA Resolution: 1920 x 1440
- Housing: Plastic
- 4-Port KVM Size: 201.3 x 75.5 x 47.4mm/7.92 x 2.97 x 1.86in(L x W x H)
- Color: Blue
- 4 port KVM switch can meet your different needs
- Auto scan function for monitoring PC operation
- This 4 port KVM switch box allows you to share 1 set of keyboard, mouse and monitor for 4 computers
How to Install a KVM Switch:
- Get your entire computers ready by turning them off and disconnecting any keyboards, monitors or mice. You will also need to get all of the computers you plan to use relatively close together. If it will be three or more, you may want to get a rack.
- Setup the KVM switch in a central location so that is about an equal distance from all the computers. Plug in the KVM into a local power supply.
- Connect all the computers. Connect the cable from each keyboard, video and mouse port on the computers to the KVM switch.
- Restart and test each computer by choosing the computers from the switch one at a time.
- 1 x KVM Switch
- 1 x User Manual