Belkin SOHO KVM Switch, DVI & USB 2 Ports



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The Belkin F1DD102L is a 2-port DVI & USB SOHO Desktop KVM Switch which lets you share one monitor, keyboard, and mouse between two computers, saving space on your desk and reducing equipment clutter. The design incorporates a built-in USB 2.0 2-port hub with one of the ports conveniently located on the front. This enable you to connect an MP3 player, printer, scanner, or any other of your USB devices to the KVM Switch while allowing computers, also connected, to access them. Sensitive push buttons on the front allow for easy switching, and independent audio-switching means you can play music from one computer while accessing files from another.

Belkin F1DD102L Features:

  • Switches easily between Mac computers and PCs with DVI monitor connections
  • Front-panel buttons with NEW LED indicator lights allow you to access audio and video content from multiple computers simultaneously
  • Requires no software for installation
  • Includes a built-in USB 2.0 hub for connecting your peripherals
  • Included cables are color-coded to match the front buttons and back panel for trouble-free installation
  • Now supports hot-key functionality for optional switching
  • Supports monitors with DVI-D Dual-Link connections
  • Supports USB keyboards and mice
  • Supports USB-based computers

Belkin F1DD104L KVM Switch Back View
Belkin SOHO KVM Switch Back View (4-port model shown)

Package Includes:

  • SOHO Desktop KVM Switch
  • 2 All-in-One Cable Kits, 6 ft.
  • 9V, 1.1A DC Power Adapter
  • User Manual
  • Quick Installation Guide

Belkin F1DD102L Specifications:

Length 12.5 in. (31.8 cm.)
Width 5.5 in. (13.9 cm.)
Depth 5.5 in. (13.9 cm.)
Weight 1.48 lbs. (0.67 kg.)
Enclosure High-impact plastic
Operating Temperature 32° to 104° F (0 to 40° C)
Storage Temperature -20° to 140° F (-20 to 60° C)
Power 5V DC, 2.6A
No. of Users Supported 1
No. of Computers Supported 4
Platforms Supported Mac, PC
Video Supported DVI-D Dual Link
USB Hub Yes
Ports USB
Max Resolution 1920 x 1200
Audio Input/Output 3.5mm jack
Microphone Input/Output 3.5 mm jack
LED Indicator 4
KVM Cables Included Yes
Question: How do I get this product to work properly with the Microsoft Digital Media Pro Keyboard software? The switch seems to be defeating the recognition of the keyboard by Windows 7.
Answer: Because particular operating environments vary widely, detailed tech support is beyond the scope of this FAQ.

While most KVMs are operating system independent, support for keyboard software can be spotty. Your best bet will be to contact Belkin support directly at

Question: Just to confirm, this device will support xd monitors at 2560x1440 pixels...correct? When I downloaded the manuel it says it only supports 1980 x 1200 pixels.
Answer: We contacted Belkin and they recommended that we assume only the 1920x1200 would be supported, based on the manual. Even though the tech specs state a resolution of up to 2560 x 1600 @ 85Hz we were told that this information may be inaccurate and that the information in the manual (1920 x 1200) should be referenced. We regret any confusion caused by this information.

Thank you for pointing out the discrepancy, we will update the product specs to reflect this new information from Belkin.

Question: Dose this KVM support wirless keyboards and mouse? (like Logitech?)
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry. Unfortunately, there is no KVM on the market that explicitly states it supports wireless keyboards and mice. It is a hit or miss proposition and we cannot guarantee any particular switch will work.

When we have customers attempting to use a wireless keyboard or mouse, we generally suggest Avocent switches. That is not to say this switch will not work with your particular setup, it just seems we have the most luck with the Avocent models.

Question: Do both computers have simultaneous access to any peripherals connected to the USB ports or are those ports tied to the currently selected PC?
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry. USB hub KVMs typically allow independent switching of the USB devices or they share simultaneous access. The manual and product literature does not mention either independent switching of the USB hub or simultaneous sharing, so we could not say either way. We have reached out to Belkin for further clarification and will update this post if we find out a definitive answer.

Question: Leuchtet der Ring der beiden Druckknopfe?
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry. If we understand your question correctly, the colored ring does not light up, but there are two LEDs on either side that will light up when either the target computer and/or audio peripherals are in use.