SmartAVI HDN-4Quad - 4 Port Quad Monitor 4K HDMI KVM w/ 2x USB Peripheral Hub, RS-232 & Audio
The SmartAVI HDN-4Quad is a dedicated multi-platform KVM switch capable of managing up to 4 different computers through four HDMI monitors, one USB keyboard & mouse, a single set of speakers and a USB 2.0 Device.
The USB emulation technology utilized by HDN-4Quad enables immediate hotkey source switching through a remote USB keyboard and mouse. HDN-4Quad uses single link connectors providing high resolutions of up to 4K (3840x2160 @ 30Hz) with zero pixel loss from TMDS signal correction.
- 4-port KVM switching; access & control keyboard-video-mouse functions on up to 4 remote computers
- Supports Ultra-HD 4K (3840x2160 @ 30Hz) - 4K-ready HDMI 2.0 connectors
- Zero pixel loss with TMDS signal correction
- Supports all USB 2.0 Devices (keyboard, mouse, peripherals).
- 2x USB Peripheral Ports - Independent (asynchronous) switching of KVM and peripheral USB ports.
- Balanced stereo audio output - independent switching. Users can listen to audio from one computer while working on the other or scan a document and save in another computer.
- Front panel keys for selecting users and channels manually
- RS-232 control for remote control
- Hot-key commands for quick channel selection.
- Complete keyboard emulation for error free booting
- Control Sun, Mac, Linux, Unix or PC computers from a common KVM console
- Rack mountable in a standard 19 inch rack (rackmount kit sold separately)
Controlling the HDN-4Quad
The HDN-4Quad is plug-and-play, easy to install into any AV setup and use right out of the box! Once set up, the HDN-4Quad is controlled with:
- Front Panel Buttons: Two simple source selection buttons that make it easy to switch command between different computers.
- USB Keyboard Hotkey Commands: Simple hotkey commands over PC that offer more robust control of the HDN-4Quad.
- TCP/IP Web Console: Connect to an online interface that offers full visual command of the HDN-4Quad's switching functions.
Display Data (EDID) Learning & Programming
Detection of DDC signals for all attached devices is effortless with HDN-4Quad due to its real EDID learning and programming. This is vital in optimizing the resolution of the selected graphics card to properly display on the remote monitor. Furthermore, the EDID learning feature continues to replicate the right DDC for the computer to enable the display card to effectively work when unused ports are not selected.
Full USB Keyboard & Mouse Emulation
The USB keyboard and mouse emulation utilized by HDN-4Quad provides accurate and quick source switching by means of keyboard hotkeys and mouse actions. HDN-4Quad imitates the presence of a keyboard and mouse for every attached computer through a USB cable. This is essential as it simulates the existence of the keyboard and mouse to all the computers while switching without interruptions.
- (1) HDN-4Quad
- (1) Power supply
- (1) Quick Start Guide
SmartAVI HDN-4QuadS Specifications:
|Maximum Pixel Clock||165 MHz|
|Input Interface||(16) HDMI|
|Output Interface||(4) HDMI|
|Resolution||Up to 4K UHD (3840x2160 @ 30Hz)|
|DDC||5 volts p-p (TTL)|
|Input Cable Length||Up to 20 ft.|
|Output Cable Length||Up to 20 ft.|
|Data Rate||1.65 Gbps per color|
|Input Interface||(4) 3.5 mm Stereo Audio|
|Output Interface||(1) 3.5 mm Stereo Audio|
|Frequency Response||20 Hz to 20 kHz|
|Nominal Level||0-1.0 V|
|Common Mode||Rejection at 60 dB|
|Signal Type||USB 2.0, 1.1, and 1.0 w/ internal hub|
|Input Interface||(4) USB Type B (female)|
|Output Interface||(2) USB 1.1 Type A (female) for keyboardand mouse|
(2) USB 2.0 Type A Transparent
|Front Panel Buttons||< M1||M2 > source selection buttons|
|TCP/IP Web Console||via web-based control console|
|Hot Keys||via USB keyboard|
|Power||External 100-240 VAC/ 5VDC4A @ 20W|
|Dimensions||12.5" W x 4.3" H x 6.4" D|
|Approvals||UL, CE, ROHS Compliant|
|Operating Temp.||32-131 °F (0-55 °C)|
|Storage Temp.||-4-185 °F (-20-85 °C)|
|Humidity||Up to 95%|
|Emulation||Keyboard and Mouse; EDID information from display|
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry,
That would absolutely be possible. You can simply plug in the monitor cables from computer 2 to the inputs for the monitors 2-4 on port 1.
If you want want the monitors from computer 2 to show on multiple ports, you can use a HDMI splitter to split the video signal to multiple ports.
For a recommendation based on your application, please feel free to contact your KVM Switches Online sales representative directly.