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- Scan automatically and inspect multiple computers simultaneously just using one
- Supports DOS, Win3.X, Win95/98/98SE/2000/ME/XP, WinNT, Netware, UNIX, Linux
- Supports Microsoft Intellimouse, Logitech net mouse,etc
- Hot plug-add or remove connected PCs for maintenance without powering down the KVM Switch or PCs
- Easily installed, no software or drive required-easy PC selection via push buttons
- LED display for monitoring status
- Direct channel selection by push buttons or keyboard hotkeys
- The Practical Switch draws power through the keyboard port of the corresponding computer
- Max Resolution: QVGA(1920 x 1440 pixels)
- Video Bandwidth: 350MHz
- Dimension: 190 x 88 x 33mm/7.5 x 3.5 x 1.3in(L x W x H)
- The 4 Port KVM Switch has a tiny appearance, and will never occupy your much room
- There are 6 interfaces on the side of the KVM Switch, which will meet your different needs
- The bottom of the KVM Switch is smooth, it will keep stable when working
- The buttons and LED indicating light will give you a convenient operation
- Unique design of the interfaces, you will find that it will be easy to connect your keyboard, mouse or other devices
How to Install a KVM Switch
If you have two or more computers, a KVM switch is one way to manage the computers without multiple keyboards, monitors and mice all over the place. A KVM is really designed with a handful of computers in mind, but can benefit anyone managing two or more computers. A KVM is basically a box that takes cables and separates the signals between your input devices and the computers you have, as long as you don't need to look at more than computer at a time.
- Get all of your 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
How to Use a KVM Switch With 4 Computers
- Keep in mind that KVM switches are of different types. Ensure that you have a KVM switch that supports all computers. Make sure that the KVM interface ports are compatible with all computers and devices to be shared
- Ensure that you have all the equipment required for connecting the KVM switch to the computers. This would typically include the KVM power cable (if required) and all cables required to interface with the computers and devices to be shared. For instance, USB cables, VGA cables and adapters, and PS/2 cables
- Ensure that all the PCs are shut down before you start installation
- Hook up the monitor, keyboard and mouse into the relevant input ports of the KVM switch. Note that you must connect all the devices that have to be shared on the computers. For instance, if you only wish to share the keyboard, connect the keyboard to the input port. If your KVM switch includes speaker output, you may also connect your speaker cables to the switch. This will allow you to share speakers on the computers
- Ensure that you have enough sets of cables for both computers. Usually, 2 identical cables-one for the keyboard and the other for the mouse-form a set of cables. Each computer will have a set of cables. In other words, you should have at least 4 sets of cables for 4 computers
- Plug in the keyboard cable of each set to the keyboard port of the computer and the mouse cable of each set to the mouse port of the same computer
- Plug in the monitor cable to each computer. These are separate from the set of cables mentioned above. Again, each computer will have 1 monitor cable
- Boot both computers. The computers connected to the KVM switch should automatically identify the switch. Check if all devices shared are working on the computers. If not, switch off the KVM switch, unplug and re-plug the cables. If any of the computers still do not identify the KVM switch, restart that computer. If the problem persists, contact your vendor
Tips & Warnings
Label the ports of the computers in order to avoid confusion
Sharing a set of speakers between 4 computers is also possible with the built-in audio support. You can allocate one of the computers as a music server
Do not keep the cable connection crossed. This will result in sending the keyboard command to one computer and the mouse command to the other
- 1 x 4 Port KVM switch
- 1 x User Manual
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