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Raritan Dominion KX II Dual USB/HDMI CIM

D2CIM-DVUSB-HDMI

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Video / Interface: HDMI
Keyboard & Mouse: USB
Virtual Media & CAC + USB Emulation: Yes
BIOS-Level Virtual Media: Yes
Quantity: 1 Pack
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The Raritan D2CIM-DVUSB-HDMI is a dual USB, HDMI based virtual media CIM for use with certain Raritan KVMs. This CIM is required for virtual media, absolute mouse synchronization, and the advanced KVM features of the Raritan Dominion KX III or the legacy Raritan Dominion KX II. This CIM is recommended for customers with HDMI KVM needs planning to access virtual media drives at the OS/BIOS levels as well as the Smart Card, tiering and audio features.

* Please note: This Digital Computer Interface Module requires Dominion KX II Release 2.5 firmware to operate.

Raritan D2CIM-DVUSB-HDMI Features

  • Raritan D2CIM-DVUSB-HDMI - Control HDMI Computer from up to 150ft away via Single CAT5/6 cable

    Up to 150ft via Single CATx Cable

    Raritan D2CIM-DVUSB-HDMI Computer Interface Module (CIM) extends access to your HDMI enabled computer over a single CAT5/6 cable; The maximum resolution achievable is:
    • 1920 x 1080 - up to 150 feet (50 meters)
  • Raritan D2CIM-DVUSB-HDMI supports High Definition 1080P HDMI Video

    Blazing-fast, High Definition HDMI Video

    Raritans new enhanced digital D2CIM-DVUSB-HDMI CIM supports high definition standard HDMI video resolutions of up to 1920x1080, including widescreen formats. Note, Only Single Link HDMI is supported. HDCP (high bandwidth digital copy protection) is not supported.

  • Raritan D2CIM-DVUSB-HDMI - USB Virtual Media with Support for Audio & Smart Card (CAC)

    USB Virtual Media with Support for Audio & Smart Card (CAC)

    Raritan D2CIM-DVUSB-HDMI supports beaming of USB devices over IP - also known as "Virtual Media". This enables the use of memory sticks, external drives, mice, and web cameras with remote target servers. The included dual USB also supports Smart Card or US Government Common Access Card (CAC) use.


  • Raritan D2CIM-DVUSB-HDMI - BIOS-Level USB Virtual Media Support

    BIOS-Level Virtual Media

    The D2CIM-DVUSB-HDMI has two USB plugs, one for keyboard/mouse and one for virtual media; This enables many additional server BIOS, including ones that require a special 'USB Profile', to access virtual media drives. 

  • Raritan D2CIM-DVUSB-HDMI - Absolute Mouse Synchronization

    Absolute Mouse Synchronization

    The Absolute Mouse Synchronization feature in the D2CIM-DVUSB-HDMI allows for the use of absolute coordinates that are specified in the USB HID mouse specification instead of using 'mouse acceleration' on the target machine mouse drivers. This ensures the pointers are always synchronized.

  • Raritan D2CIM-DVUSB-HDMI - extended profile DDC/E-EDID display emulation

    DDC/E-EDID Display Emulation

    DDC/E-EDID is supported by the digital CIMs with the "preferred timing mode" set by the Dominion KX III administrator. This is the preferred/native/default video resolution, called the "Display Native Resolution" on the KX GUI. The default resolution can be changed by the user on the Port Configuration Page for each port.


  • Raritan D2CIM-DVUSB-HDMI - Audio via USB / Digital Audio over IP

    Audio via USB

    Digital Audio over IP is supported using USB Virtual Media on new enhanced Dominion KX III CIMS. USB Audio allows you to interface with audio peripherals such as speakers, microphones, or mixing desks. Note, Audio is not embedded in the HDMI signal.

  • Raritan D2CIM-DVUSB-HDMI - Compact 0U palm-sized

    Compact 'Zero-U'

    Raritan CIMs are compact transmitters that fit in your palm, and take 0U of space in rack. These CIMs can simply be zip-tied or hang off the back of racks.

  • Raritan D2CIM-DVUSB-HDMI USB Powered (No external power supplies needed)

    USB Powered

    Raritan CIMs are automatically powered over USB connector by the source computer. This eliminates a need for any separate power supply and makes setup simple. 



  • Raritan D2CIM-DVUSB-HDMI Flash upgradable

    Flash Updatable

    Raritan CIMs can be Flash-upgraded with new firmware - ensuring Raritan CIMs are future proof - and allow you to set custom settings for each CIM level for non-standard operations.

  • Raritan D2CIM-DVUSB-HDMI Plug and Play - No drivers needed

    Plug and Play

    Raritan CIMs are designed for plug and play functionality and do not require any drivers or software to be installed for standard operations.

  • Raritan D2CIM-DVUSB-HDMI DVI Compatibility Mode for HDMI CIMs

    DVI Compatibility Mode for HDMI CIMs

    Servers may output video using limited range RGB in accordance with HDMI standards. The result is that the video may be too dark or light. We have seen this with Dell Optiplex servers at 1920x1080. Also for Apple's Mac Mini using the HDMI port.

    A "DVI Compatibility Mode" check box is available on the GUI for each port. This mode will provide the DVI E-EDID to the target upon request. The server will output a DVI compatible video signal.


D2CIM-DVUSB-HDMI Package Contents

Raritan D2CIM-DVUSB-HDMI What's Included?

  1. (1) D2CIM-DVUSB-HDMI Computer Interface Module
  2. (1) 2-Year Limited Warranty Card

D2CIM-DVUSB-HDMI Resources


Raritan D2CIM-DVUSB-HDMI CIM (Computer Interface) Manual Thumbnail DKX3 CIM / D2CIM-DVUSB-HDMI Manual (PDF)
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Question: Do I just need to purchase 2 of these to have the KVM be located at up to 150 ft away? Would I need any Raritan backbone?
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry. This Computer Interface Module (CIM) will attach directly to a Raritan KVM switch. It requires CAT5 cable and a compatible Raritan KVM switch, such as the Dominion KX III line (https://www.kvm-switches-online.com/raritan-dominion-kx-iii.html), to operate. It would not be possible to use only two CIMs to provide access to a server.

For something like a point-to-point extension, you may be interested in looking at some dedicated KVM extension solutions: https://www.kvm-switches-online.com/kvm-extenders.html.