Belkin OmniView E Series 4-Port PS2 KVM



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Belkin's affordable OmniView E Series 4-Port KVM Switch (F1DB104P) allows you to control four computers from one console. Designed to work with your PS/2 platform, it reduces desktop clutter and provides a simple, reliable solution at a lower price.

The Belkin OmniView E Series (F1DB104P) also supports high-quality resolution of up to 2048x1536 @85Hz when used with coaxial VGA cabling, offering uncompromising display quality. It requires no additional power supply and standard features include hot key functionality, keyboard and PS/2 emulations, and a Belkin Two-Year Warranty.

The Belkin OmniView E Series 4-Port KVM Switch (F1DB104P) is the simple solution for controlling four PS/2 computers with one keyboard, monitor, and mouse.

Notes: The Belkin OmniView E Series KVM Switches use standard KVM cables. Coaxial VGA cabling is recommended for support of video resolutions of up to 2048x1536@85Hz. The Belkin OmniView E Series KVM Switch is compatible with Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT, Me, XP, Novell Netware 4.x/5.x, DOS, and Linux.

Belkin OmniView F1DB104P Features and Benefits

  • Enables control of four PS/2 computers from one keyboard, monitor, and mouse
  • Supports video resolutions up to 2048x1536 @85Hz through a 400MHz bandwidth
  • Features hot key switching and manual push-button port selection
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
  • Free Technical Support

Belkin F1DB104P Additional Features

  • 10-second AutoScan function
  • Keyboard and PS/2 emulations for error-free boot-up
  • PC99 color-coded connectors for matching cables to appropriate ports quickly and easily
  • LED indicators
Question: What is the power requirement of this model switch?
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry. It appears this KVM will get its power via the attached computers and does not require an additional power supply. This switch is no longer available, but the newer version states that an optional 5Volt 1Amp power supply can be purchased for certain rare cases where the attached computers do not provide enough power.

Question: What is the power supply requirements of this switch, I have one, and expect I have the power supply also, but it will be in a box of power supplies so I have no idea which, they are broken up into output power supplies, so I just need to know what it needs.
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry. This device is typically powered through the PS/2 ports of the attached computers. There was an optional power supply available for purchase (Belkin part number F1DN001-PWR), but we believe it is discontinued.

Here are the specifics on the power from the manual: By PS/2 computer keyboard port; optional 5V DC, 1A power adapter, center-pin-positive polarity.

for your reference, the OmniView E Series KVM Switch F1DB10xP2/F1DB10xP2-B v1 - Product Manual (US) (English) can be found here:

Additional downloads are found here:

Product Reviews

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Belkin OmniView F1DB104P
San Antonio TX
June 11, 2014

Used this KVM sw originally to learn computer networking, then for years as a quick way to switch between computers I was repairing or configuring. I wish I had not lost the manual, wish Belkin had left it online for legacy products.

KVM Switches Online says: Thank you for your review; we appreciate your feedback. We also attempted to locate a manual for the F1DB104B. While we did not find a manual for this specific model, we did locate a manual for the F1DB104P2, which may provide some useful information. The PDF manual for the OmniView E Series KVM can be downloaded here: