1x8 DVI/USB Dual-Link KVM Switch


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The Rose KVM-8TDDL/A1 is an 1x8 KVM Switch including DVI-I, Dual-Link, USB 2.0 and stereo audio. The DVI USB KVM switch ideal for switching your DVI video and audio from 8 computers to a one centralized workstation. The video and audio from each computer can be switched to the local KVM station jointly or independently with the push of a button on the front panel or using simple keyboard hotkey commands.

Two USB 2.0 ports are provided for connecting shared high speed USB peripherals. This allows you to share the USB devices between the eight connected computers.

Each connected computer's speaker and microphone outputs are connected to the DVI KVM Switch. This eliminates the need for a set for each computer. The audio can be switched independently or jointly with a computer selection.

Rose KVM-8TDDL/A1 Backview

Rose KVM-8TDDL/A1 Backview

Rose KVM-8TDDL/A1 Features:

  • Available with 8 video ports
  • Supports local USB keyboard and mouse
  • Front panel push-buttons or hotkey switching
  • User definable keyboard hotkey sequence
  • Switch USB hub, speaker and microphone jointly with the CPU selection or independently
  • Supports both digital and analog video
  • USB 2.0 compliant
  • 2 port USB hub for connecting shared USB devices
  • Scanning feature scan through each CPU connection at a fix or programmable rate (Fixed = 5 sec. / Programmable = 10-100 sec.)
  • Multi-platform support
  • Firmware upgradeable through the USB port


Rose KVM-8TDDL/A1 Application Diagram

Rose KVM-8TDDL/A1 Application Diagram

Rose KVM-8TDDL/A1 Specifications:

Width 12.0 in. (30.5 cm.)
Height 1.75 in. (4.45 cm.)
Depth 7.0 in. (17.8 cm.)
Weight 4.05 lbs. (1.84 kg.)
Power Adapter +9 VDC/1A
Single Link DVI
Resolution 1080p, 1920x1200
Bandwidth 165 MHz
Video In 1.2 Volts p-p
DVI in/out DVI-I 29 pin female
Power Male barrel jack
Controls Eight front panel computer select buttons
Video DVI-D
Approvals FCC, CE
Question: What is the power in Watt for this KVM @ 115VAC?
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry. According to the manufacturer, this devices draws 20W.