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2-Port USB 3.0 4K DisplayPort MST KVMP Switch (Cables included)

CS1922

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Computer Ports: 2 Ports
Video Output: (1) DisplayPort Output (with MST Support)
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The ATEN CS1922 2-Port USB 3.0 4K DisplayPort KVMP Switch provides the latest innovations in desktop KVM switching technology for the increasing demand of higher video quality and transfer speeds on modern computers. The ATEN CS1922 offers an unprecedented performance of delivering 4K resolution, the next generation USB 3.1 Gen 1 hub with SuperSpeed 5 Gbps data transfer rates and enhanced user-friendly operations.

As a KVM switch, the CS1922 allows users to access two DisplayPort computers from a single USB keyboard, USB mouse and monitor console. Doing so with ease, the CS1922 provides three convenient switching methods - using front panel pushbuttons, mouse, or hotkeys for flexible access to any computer connected to the installation.

The unique independent switching feature allows the KVM control to focus on one computer while the USB peripheral focus is on another computer. This eliminates the need to purchase a separate USB hub or stand-alone peripheral sharer - such as a print server, modem splitter, etc.

With its rich feature set, the CS1922 is designed to surpass all requirements in graphic design, animation, and video-editing applications. Such as CAD/CAM (computer aided design/manufacturing). The CS1922 allows you to share the audio from each of the connected computers. HD audio transmitted by DisplayPort would offer you a different experience.

Versatile 4K @ 60Hz DisplayPort KVM Switch with MST Support

  • 2-port DisplayPort KVMP Switch with USB 3.1 Gen1 hub and 2.1 surround sound audio
  • One USB console controls 2 computers and 2 USB peripherals
  • Supports MST Mode, Splitter Mode, and Single Port Mode.
  • 2-port USB 3.1 Gen 1 hub with SuperSpeed 5 Gbps data transfer speeds
  • Multi-Stream Transport (MST) allows multiple monitors through a single DisplayPort connector*
  • DisplayPort Dual-Mode (DP++) technology supports HDMI and DVI signals via a DisplayPort-to-HDMI/DVI DP++ adapter **
  • Firmware upgradeable
  • Hot pluggable - add or remove computers without powering down the switch
Aten CS1922 Displayport MST - Dual-Monitor, Triple-Monitor, Quad-Monitor, 5-Monitor
Max Resolution / Monitors (MST)

2-Port USB 3.0 4K DisplayPort KVMP Switch (Cables included) Application

Remarkable Audio/Video Experience

  • Superior video quality - 4K UHD (3840 x 2160 @ 60 Hz) and 4K DCI (4096 x 2160 @ 60 Hz)
  • DisplayPort 1.2 compliant, HDCP compliant
  • Supports HD audio through DisplayPort ***
  • Full bass response for high-quality 2.1 channel surround sound systems

Intelligent Operation

  • Computer selection via front panel pushbuttons, hotkeys, and mouse ****
  • Independent switching of KVM, USB hub, and Audio focus
  • Power On Detection - if a computer is powered off, the CS1922 automatically switches to the next powered-on computer
  • Auto Scan Mode for monitoring all computers

Versatile Compatibility

  • Keyboard emulation/bypass feature supports most gaming keyboards
  • Mouse emulation/bypass feature supports most mouse drivers and multifunction mice
  • Multi-platform support - Windows, Mac and Linux
  • Mac keyboard support and emulation*****
  • Multilingual keyboard mapping supports English, Japanese, French and German keyboards

Note:
* MST requires two monitors capable of DisplayPort 1.2 daisy-chaining, or use of a DisplayPort MST Hub. The PC source must be DisplayPort 1.2 compliant. A DisplayPort v1.1a display can be the last display in a DisplayPort v1.2 chain.
** DisplayPort Dual-Mode technology (DP++) does not require an active adapter for most single display setups.
     Active DisplayPort adapters are recommended if you are unsure of the video source's DP++ compatibility.
*** HD audio through DisplayPort cannot be switched independently.
**** Mouse port switching is only supported under mouse emulation mode with a USB 3-button mouse wheel.
***** PC keyboard combinations emulate Mac keyboards. Mac keyboards only work with their own operating system.

CS1922 Package Contents

Aten CS1922 Package Contents
  • (1) 2-Port USB 3.0 4K DisplayPort KVMP Switch
  • (2) DisplayPort 1.2 Cables (1.5m/5ft)
  • (2) USB Cables (USB 3.0-A to USB 3.0-B; 1.8m/6ft)
  • (4) Audio Cables (1.8m/6ft)
  • (1) Power Adapter
  • (1) User Instructions

Aten CS1922 Specifications

Mechanical
Dimensions (L x W x H)8.27 x 3.46 x 2.19 in.
(21.00 x 8.80 x 5.55 cm)
Weight1.61 lb ( 0.73 kg )
HousingMetal, Plastic
Port SelectionHotkey, 2 x Pushbutton, Mouse
Computer Connections
Computer Connections2 Ports
Console Ports2 x USB Type A Female (Black)
1 x DisplayPort 1.2 Female (Black)
2 x 3.5mm Audio Jack Female (Green; 1 x front, 1 x rear)
2 x 3.5mm Audio Jack Female (Pink; 1 x front, 1 x rear)
KVM (Computer) Ports2 x USB3.1 Gen1 Type B Female (Blue)
2 x DisplayPort 1.2 Female (Black)
2 x 3.5mm Audio Jack Female (Green)
2 x 3.5mm Audio Jack Female (Pink)
USB Hub2 x USB 3.1 (Gen1) Type A Female (blue; 1 x front panel; 1 x rear panel)
Power1 x DC Jack
LEDs
On Line /Selected2 (Orange)
USB Link2 (Green)
Emulation
Keyboard / MouseUSB
Max Resolution4096 x 2160 @ 60Hz
Scan Interval1-99 Seconds (Default: 5 sec.)
Power ConsumptionDC 5.0V; 12.88W
Environmental
Operating Temperature0-50°C
Storage Temperature-20-60°C
Humidity0-80% RH, Non-condensing
NoteFor some of rack mount products, please note that the standard physical dimensions of WxDxH are expressed using a LxWxH format.
Question: Do you have any products that allow running 6 monitors (via MST Hub)? Potentially 2 display port outs, that could be daisy changed into 3 each?
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry,

DisplayPort 1.2 MST is limited to chaining up to 4 display at a resolution of 1080p. As far as I understand, this limitation is based on the total bandwidth of the DisplayPort 1.2 standard, and cannot be bypassed via MST.

If you are looking at a command center type application, the Adder CCS-PRO8 KM switch may be able to accomplish what you are hoping.

You could also use a KVM Over IP Switch and individually open each monitor as a source via the web ui.