Rackmount USB 8 Port KVM Switch

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Rackmount USB 8 Port KVM Switch, KVM-SW-8USB

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Quick Overview Connect up to 8 USB computers with VGA video and control them with a single set of peripheral devices.
Product Description
KVM-SW-8USB, USB KVM Switch controls up to eight USB computers with one USB keyboard, mouse, and VGA monitor. This KVM Switch has built in OSD (On-Screen-Display) for server management. It is a perfect solution for managing multiple USB servers from one location. As the server density increases, one runs out of space in racks and server room quickly. This USB KVM Switch is slim 1U form factor. It provides effective assistance for administrators to control multiple USB servers.

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Manufacturer SmartVM1
Package Contents No
Product Features
  • Built-in microprocessor emulation for each port boot up process.
  • Cables are included with the unit.
  • Cascade for use up to 128 servers.
  • High video quality with up to 1,920 x 1,440 and 200MHz bandwidth.
  • Hot Pluggable - Add PCs or remove connected PCs for maintenance without powering down the USB KVM switch or PCs.
  • Multi-platform - Mix PCs, SUN Microsystems, MACs, IBM compatibles, HP, Compaq and Dell.
  • Name servers up to 16 characters long.
  • Native support SUN 1152 x 900.
  • No Software required - Easy PC selection via on screen display menu, push buttons and hot key
  • Scan mode to monitor servers at intervals 5 to 99 seconds.
  • Support Solaris multi-language.
  • Supports eight characters password protection and search PC server name.
  • VGA and USB two-in-one by 15pin HDDB connector at KVM side.
Product Specifications
  • Bandwidth: 200MHz
  • Keyboard Emulation: USB
  • Mouse Emulation: USB
  • PC Connections : 120/ 128
  • PC Ports: 8
  • Resolution : 1920 x 1440

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