CS72E 2-Port PS/2 VGA Slim KVM Switch

– 2-Port PS/2 VGA Slim KVM Switch-1
– 2-Port PS/2 VGA Slim KVM Switch-2
– 2-Port PS/2 VGA Slim KVM Switch-3
– 2-Port PS/2 VGA Slim KVM Switch-1

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The KVM (Keyboard, Video, Mouse) switch is a control unit that allows access to two computers from a single console (keyboard, monitor, and mouse). With its custom designed connectors, the significantly reduces the number of ports required for a 2 port KVM switch. The design features a custom SPHD-15 male connector for the keyboard, video, and mouse, and SPHD-15 female connectors for the cables that connect the switch to the computers.

Package Contents

  • 1x 2 Port PS/2 KVM Switch
  • 2x Custom KVM Cable (VGA, PS/2; 1.2m/4ft)
  • 1x Console Adapter Cable (50cm)
  • 1x User Instructions
  • One PS/2 console controls 2 computers.
  • Compact, modern case for convenient attractive placement.
  • Custom connector layout.
  • Power on detection - automatically switches to the first powered on port.
  • Computer selection via front panel pushbuttons and hotkeys.
  • Superior video quality - up to 2048 x 1536; DDC2B.
  • Supports Microsoft IntelliMouse and the scrolling wheel on most mice.
  • Auto Scan function to monitor computer operation.
  • Non-powered.
  • OS Support:Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, LINUX and FreeBSD

2-Port PS/2 KVM Switch

 

Computer Connections 2
Port Selection Hotkey, Pushbutton
Connectors
Console Ports 1 x SPHD-15 Male (Yellow)
KVM Ports 2 x SPHD-15 Female (Yellow)
Power 1 x DC Jack
Switches
Ports 2 x Pushbutton
LEDs
Selected 2 (Green)
Emulation
Keyboard / Mouse PS/2
Video 2048 x 1536 @ 60Hz; DDC2B
Scan Interval 5 seconds
Power Consumption DC5V:0.30W:6BTU
Environmental
Operating Temperature 0-50˚C
Storage Temperature -20-60˚C
Humidity 0~80% RH, Non-condensing
Physical Properties
Housing Metal
Weight 0.32 kg ( 0.7 lb )
Dimensions (L x W x H) 12.50 x 8.15 x 2.50 cm
(4.92 x 3.21 x 0.98 in.)
Note For some of rack mount products, please note that the standard physical dimensions of WxDxH are expressed using a LxWxH format.
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