Rack KVM consoles integrating a 16 or 32-port Matrix Cat6 KVM switch, industrial LCD monitor, and 104-key keyboard into a 1U high rack drawer. The Matrix KVM console allows simultaneous and independent access from up to 4 consoles. Acnodes Matrix Cat6 KVM rack LCD consoles feature high-definition video support, multi-platform support, port switching and channel selection options, and easy expansion via KVM cascading.
Matrix Cat6 KVM Rack LCD Console
17" / 19" / 20.1" rack KVM consoles with an integrated 16-port or 32-port Matrix Cat6 KVM switch, industrial LCD monitor, and a 104-key keyboard with touchpad in a 1U high rack drawer designed for 19" wide rack cabinets.
REFERENCES Matrix Cat6 KVM Switch - Overview A matrix Cat6 KVM switch is a type of KVM switch that allows multiple users to access and control multiple computers connected to the switch simultaneously. Unlike traditional KVM switches, which only allow one user to access a single computer at a time, matrix Cat6 KVM switches enable multiple users to access multiple computers concurrently, making them ideal for large-scale operations such as data centers, server farms, and control rooms. Matrix Cat6 KVM switches use Cat6 cables to transmit keyboard, video, and mouse signals between the computers and the consoles, providing high-speed data transfer and superior video quality. They offer advanced features such as hotkey switching, customizable user profiles, and multi-level security protocols to ensure maximum performance and security. Matrix Cat6 KVM switches are available in different configurations, depending on the number of computers and consoles that need to be connected. They can be cascaded to support even larger installations, and some models offer support for dual monitors, audio, and USB peripherals. Overall, matrix Cat6 KVM switches offer a scalable, flexible, and efficient solution for managing multiple computers and consoles in complex and demanding environments. They provide users with greater control, enhanced productivity, and increased security, making them a valuable tool for businesses and organizations that rely on mission-critical applications and data.