KVM Switch

KVM switch comes with an 8 or 16 port KVM switch, cascade KVM port, and local user console supporting sun native resolution or 1920 x 1200 high resolution.
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    • 1U high rackmount KVM switch
    • 8 port KVM switch
    • 1 user consoles (1 x local, VGA + PS/2)
    • 1 x cascade port, up to 64 servers by 8 level
    • 8 x KVM cables, support PS/2 & VGA
    • Compatible with Windows Vista, MAC, IBMs, PCs, and HP servers
    • 110/220VAC power supply
    $275.00
    • 1U high rackmount KVM switch
    • 8 port KVM switch
    • 2 user consoles (1 x local, 1 x remote with RJ45 port & receiver)
    • Remote console can extended up to 150 meters via Cat6 cable
    • 1 x cascade proprietary in / out port, up to 120 servers by 8 level
    • 8 x proprietary KVM cables, Mix support PS/2, USB & Sun
    • Option for 6' proprietary cascade cable
    • Compatible with Windows Vista, MAC, IBMs, PCs, and HP servers
    • External 110/220VAC power adapter
    $630.00
    • 1U high rackmount KVM switch
    • 16 port KVM switch
    • 2 user consoles (1 x local, 1 x remote with RJ45 port & receiver)
    • Remote console can extend up to 150 meters via Cat6 cable
    • 1 x cascade proprietary in / out port, up to 128 servers by 8 level
    • 8 x proprietary KVM cables, Mix support PS/2, USB & Sun
    • Option for 6' proprietary cascade cable
    • Compatible with Windows Vista, MAC, IBMs, PCs, and HP servers
    • External 110/220VAC power adapter
    $860.00
    • 1U high rackmount KVM switch
    • 12 x DVI-D port KVM switch
    • 1 x local user consoles (1 x DVI-D, 2 x USB, 1 x Audio)
    • Port switching with front buttons & keyboard hotkeys
    • Compatible with HP, IBM, Dell PC, Server & Blade Servers
    • External 100/240 auto-sensing AC power adapter
    • Option for 12V / 24V / 48V / 125V / 250V DC power supply
    $780.00
    • 1U high rackmount KVM switch
    • 8 port KVM switch
    • 1 user consoles (1 x local)
    • Local console support 1152 x 900 Sun Mirco native resolution
    • Remote console can extend up to 150 meters via Cat6 cable
    • 1 x cascade proprietary in/out port, up to 120 servers by 8 level
    • 8 x proprietary KVM cables, Mix support PS/2, USB & Sun
    • Option for 6' proprietary cascade cable
    • Compatible with Windows Vista, MAC, IBMs, PCs, and HP servers
    • External 110/220VAC power adapter
    $385.00
    • 1U high rack mount KVM switch
    • 16 port KVM switch
    • 1 user consoles (1 x local)
    • Local console support 1152 x 900 Sun Mirco native resolution
    • Remote console can extended up to 150 meters via Cat6 cable
    • 1 x cascade proprietary in / out port, up to 128 servers by 8 level
    • 16 x proprietary KVM cables, Mix support PS/2, USB & Sun
    • Option for 6' proprietary cascade cable
    • Compatible with Windows Vista, MAC, IBMs, PCs, and HP servers
    • External 110/220VAC power adapter
    $610.00
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Everything You Need to Know About KVM
KVM, which is an abbreviation for Keyboard, Video, and Mouse, is a device that allows a user to control multiple computers from one keyboard, video, mouse, or monitor. There are two different types of KVM devices: Local Remote KVMs and KVM over IP. The local remote device is a physical plug that allows the receiver to connect to a KVM switch and controls up to 150 meters away from the keyboard, monitor, and mouse. These types of KVMs can be used around the house or in a workspace and allows the user to connect between multiple servers. On the other hand, the IP KVM switch provides the users access through the internet browser and Ethernet cables with a secure IP address. The user profiles can be configured by the OSD menu (multi-lingual supported), hotkey function, or an eight characters password protection. These devices allow multiple computers to be controlled remotely across a wide area network or local area network. KVM switches are beneficial in that they are space-saving and lessen the number of monitors, they conserve energy by reducing the number of monitors that have to be used, and are time-saving by allowing the user to do multiple tasks on one specific workstation.