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DVN Dual-Link Multi-Screen KVM Switches
Dual- and quad-screen 4-port dual-link DVI KVM+audio switches with USB 2.0 peripheral sharing, EDID learning, RS232 and optional IP remote control
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Dual- and quad-screen 4-port dual-link DVI-D KVM+audio switches
with USB 2.0 peripheral sharing, EDID learning, RS232 and IP remote control
DVN Pro dual-link DVI multi-screen KVM switches are dedicated multi-platform KVM switches capable of managing up to four different dual- triple- or quad-head dual-link computers through two, three or four DVI-D monitors, one USB keyboard & mouse, and a single set of speakers while sharing USB 2.0 devices.
The USB emulation technology utilized by DVN Pro dual-link DVI multi-screen KVM switches enables immediate hotkey source switching through a remote USB keyboard and mouse.
DVN Pro dual-link DVI multi-screen KVM switches use dual-link connectors providing high resolutions of up to 2560x1600 @60Hz or up to 1920x1200 @60Hz for single-link connections.
Source Switching Made Easy
DVN Pro dual-link DVI multi-screen KVM switches provide a simplified management approach to up four computers with DVI-D, audio, and USB 2.0 outputs. This dynamic KVM console can be controlled remotely from easily accessible keyboard hotkeys or RS-232 commands, as well as directly through the console's easy to read front panel.
EDID Learning and Programming
Detection of DDC signals for all attached devices is effortless with DVN Pro dual-link DVI multi-screen KVM switches due to their real EDID learning and programming. This is vital in optimizing the resolution of the selected graphics card to properly display on the remote monitor. Furthermore, the EDID learning feature continues to replicate the right DDC for the computer to enable the display card to effectively work when unused ports are not selected.
Full USB Keyboard AND Mouse Emulation
The USB keyboard and mouse emulation utilized by DVN Pro dual-link DVI multi-screen KVM switches provides accurate and quick source switching by means of keyboard hotkeys and mouse actions. DVN Pro dual-link DVI multi-screen KVM switches imitates the presence of a keyboard and mouse for every attached computer through a USB cable. This is essential as it simulates the existence of the keyboard and mouse to all the computers while switching without interruptions.
• RS-232: Any external device or program supporting RS-232 can control the DVN Pro dual-link DVI multi-screen KVM switches. DVN Pro dual-link DVI multi-screen KVM switches uses very simple protocol, that enables easy integration with other devices.
• USB keyboard: Hot keys enable the user to switch and control all the different functions of the KVM system.
• TCP/IP: SMTCP-2 is a Smart-AVI's optional TCP/IP converter that enables users to switch and control DVN Pro dual-link DVI multi-screen KVM switches from anywhere in the world using a LAN or WAN connection.
Independent Simultaneous Device Selection and Flexible Sharing
Flexibility is key with the DVN Pro dual-link DVI multi-screen KVM switches. It enables the use of a USB keyboard and mouse of one computer while other USB peripherals such as speakers, scanners and printers are connected to other computer sources. DVN Pro dual-link DVI multi-screen KVM switches maintains the ability to switch all connected devices to any one of the computer sources as with any other KVM switches.
DVN Pro dual-link DVI multi-screen KVM switches have a broad range of applications, but the main function of these KVM switchws is to centralize the access of several computers into one comprehensive PC. Not only do they function as KVM consoles, they also support USB 2.0 functionality. This allows a user at the console to use USB devices that would otherwise be unavailable with conventional KVM devices. For example, it allows a user to use a flash memory drive or camera without having to plug it directly into the remote computer. DVN Pro dual-link DVI multi-screen KVM switches are a perfect solution for the medical or industrial field, where it may not be practical or safe to have one or more CPUs in the general vicinity.