vga KVM switch
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Before you begin
Make sure that all your computers are turned off before installing the KVM to avoid mouse and keyboard errors when booting up your computers.
Make sure that all computers and monitor are properly grounded and all cables are well seated. Label all of cables with the number for each respective computer to avoid confusion.
1. Attach monitor HDB 15 VGA connector to the back panel of KVM switch
2. Attach USB keyboard to the front panel USB keyboard port
3. Attach USB mouse to the front panel USB mouse port
4. The following steps apply to PS/2 computers:
Attach one end of HDB15 VGA cable to the KVM switch, the other end to computer VGA, keyboard, and mouse ports.
The following steps apply to USB computers:
Attach one end of HDB15 VGA cable to KVM switch, the other end to computer VGA port, and USB port.
Controlling multiple computers from one set of Keyboard, Mouse and VGA Monitor
Build in PS2 to USB conversion
Support both USB and PS2 PC
Support USB keyboard and USB mouse
Support Windows. DOS, Netware, Linux, UNIX
No Software Required
Easy PC selection via front panel buttons or keyboard hotkey commands
Auto Scan Mode for monitoring PCs
Complete keyboard and mouse emulation for simultaneous computer boot-up processes
LED Display for easy status monitoring
Buzzer sound for switching port confirmation