ADDERView PRO Multi Screen DVI-I USB KVM (Four Monitor)
The AdderView Pro AV4PRO-DVI-QUAD-US is a professional grade triple screen KVM switch delivering ultimate flexibility for users who wish to share a high resolution screen and modern USB peripherals between a multiplicity of computers.
The AdderView Multiscreen AV4PRO-DVI-QUAD is designed to enable four triple-head computers to be controlled from a single high resolution KVM console three either dual link DVI or high definition analogue video links. The switch makes use of Adder's True Emulation technology which enables USB HID devices to be continuously emulated to each computer. This unique technology enables instantaneous and reliable hotkey switching whilst also supporting the extra keys and features of enhanced keyboards and mice. Furthermore, the AdderView includes two independently switchable USB 2.0 channels and an audio channel, giving the user the flexibility to attach selected peripherals to different computers. Models are available supporting single, dual, triple or quad head DVI or VGA computers.
- Access up to four computers with one quad-display, keyboard and mouse user station
- High definition dual link DVI-I video up to 2K (2048 x 1080) for film post production or WQXGA (2560 x 1600) for medical imaging
- USB keyboard & mouse with support for almost any keyboard and mouse, graphics tablet, jog shuttle, joystick, 3D explorer, etc.
- USB 2.0 Hub (2-Port) with broad high speed device support
- Stereo audio support via 3.5mm auxiliary jacks
Adder AV4PRO-DVI-QUAD Features
AV4PRO-DVI-QUAD-US Package Contents
- (1) AV4PRO-DVI-QUAD KVM Switch
- (1) Power adapter (20W) and US-specific power lead
- (1) Quick start guide and Safety document
- (4) Self-adhesive rubber feet
- (1) 2-Year Limited Warranty & Lifetime World Class Support
Adder AV4PRO-DVI-QUAD-US Specifications
|Physical||2.5U High metal case|
|Width||10.24 in. (26 cm.)|
|Height||3.94 in. (10 cm.)|
|Depth||5.91 in. (15 cm.)|
|Hardware Compatibility||All computers with USB interfaces|
|Software Compatibility||Operates with all known software and operating systems including|
Windows (all), DOS, Linux, Unix, BSD, all Sun OS, all Mac OS, NetWare etc.
Computer connections at switch: USB2.0 type B, Dual-link DVI-I (up to 4 per connection), 3.5mm stereo jack
|Computer Connections at Switch||USB 2.0 type B, Dual link DVI-I, 3.5mm stereo jack|
|Local KVM Console Connection Video||4x Dual-link DVI-D (Quad Monitor)|
|Keyboard/Mouse||2 x USB Type A|
|Switched USB||2 x USB2.0 Type A|
|Audio||3.5mm stereo jack|
|Other connections||Options (flash upgrade, sync with other AV4PRO-DVI-MS and RS232 triggered power switches): Modular 10P10C|
|Power||2.5mm DC jack (power adapter included), 100-240VAC 50/60Hz input to power adapter, 5VDC 2A output from power adapter|
|Operating Temperature||0°C to 40°C / 32°F to 104°F|
This part is also known as the AV4PRO-DVI-QUAD-US.
Answer: The native resolution of the Coronis monitors is 3280 x 2048. If the monitors have two DVI connections per monitor, which I believe they do, than the resolution 1640 (half of 3280) x 2048 should work. If the monitors have a single DVI connection there is the possibility that the switch will only work in grey scale mode.
Other considerations include:
Our switches work with most, but not all, Barco calibration software versions. You may also need to enable hybrid DDC to turn on two-way DDC.
This is a very specific application, to ensure a compatible solution it may be best to discuss your specific requirements over the phone. We can calculate the required bandwidth needed and find the appropriate switch for your application. Give us a call at 1-877-586-6654 to discuss your project in more detail.
Question: Does this switch Support wireless mice/keyboards - Specifically Logitech Unifying recivers
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry.
We have not tried this switch with wireless keyboards or mice. In general, however, using wireless keyboards and mice is very hit or miss when it comes to KVMs. This is related to the very different way in which wireless peripherals communicate and a KVM's internal mouse/keyboard emulation. We cannot guarantee a particular wireless setup will work with a particular KVM.
That being said, customers who attempt to use wireless keyboards and mice find Avocent switches, like this model: http://www.kvm-switches-online.com/4sv120bnd1.html, to work best. Alternatively, we have heard of some success when using a KVM equipped with a USB hub in addition to the USB console connectors. However, this typically results in some loss of functionality in regards to Hotkey switching and other keyboard supported functions.
Again, it is a hit or miss proposition and we cannot guarantee any switch will work. For best performance and compatibility, we always suggest wired keyboards and mice.