ADDERView PRO 4-Port USB DVI-I KVM Switch
The AdderView Pro AV4PRO-DVI-US is a professional grade KVMA switch delivering ultimate flexibility for users who wish to share a high resolution screen and modern USB peripherals between a multiplicity of computers.
The AV4PRO-DVI is designed to enable four computers to be controlled from a single high resolution KVM console using 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.
- Access up to four computers with one 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 Features
AV4PRO-DVI-US Package Contents
- (1) AV4PRO-DVI KVM Switch
- (1) Power adapter (12.5W) and US-specific power lead
- (1) Quick start guide and Safety document
- (1) Self-adhesive rubber feet
- (1) 2-Year Limited Warranty & Lifetime World Class Support
Adder AV4PRO-DVI-US Specifications
|Physical||1U High metal case|
|Width||9.17 in. (233 mm.)|
|Height||1.7 in. (44 mm.)|
|Depth||4.53 in. (115 mm.)|
|Hardware Compatibility||Supports PC, RS/6000, Alpha, SGI, Sun and Apple with USB keyboard and mouse, and VGA or DVI video 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||USB 2.0 type B, Dual link DVI-I, 3.5mm stereo jack|
|Local KVM Console Connection Video||Dual-link DVI-D|
|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 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|
AV4PRO-DVI is also known as AV4PRO-DVI-US.
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry,
For consistent Enumerated USB switching and video EDID (essentially video resolution and frequency settings), Adder recommends to disconnect power from the AV4PRO-DVI and the re-connect it after changing user console or computer interface (in this case, connecting / disconnecting laptops). That is all you need to do; During the power up, the KVM will automatically ping and configure each attached device for use.
Please refer to the Adder AV4PRO-DVI Manual for further information on configuring and operating the unit.
Note, it may also be possible for your to swap-out the laptops without power cycle - see below for procedure. However, this second procedure is hypothetical and the AV4PRO-DVI is not designed for 'Hot-Swapping'; We are unable to guarantee this method to work at all, or without any loss in functionality.
- Switch ports to a source you are not disconnecting,
- Swap-out the laptop
- Switch back to the original port. This switching step is needed for initializing the Enumerated USB.
- Now you can click 'F' and then '2' to refresh the display EDID information to match the video to the source. If the laptops are the same, using the 'stored EDID' feature by clicking 'F' and then '3', instead of the previous 'refresh EDID', may also help you in quickly restoring the video settings.
Question: How do you get 2 USB (keyboard and mouse) to 1 USB type b?
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry,
To pass the keyboard and mouse signals from the user station to the source PCs, you connect a USB A-to-B cable from the KVM switch to each of the source PCs (the B-ends into the KVM switch, and A-ends into the computer). The cleanest way to do this is to use Adder's USB + DVI combo KVM cables which include connections for the video and USB.
On the user station side, you simply plug in the cables from your keyboard and mouse into the KVM switch user station ports.