2-port desktop KVM, HDMI 1.4, audio



End-Of-Life (EOL)
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Replaced by: Vertiv SV240DPH-400

Video: HDMI
Ports: 2 Computers
Output: Single Monitor

Avocent Vertiv SV220D Datasheet (PDF)
Avocent Vertiv SV220D Brochure (PDF)
Avocent Vertiv SV220D Manual (PDF)

The Avocent SV220H desktop KVM switch helps bring order to the desktop. Whether managing a small office/home office or a multimedia desktop at a large organization, the SV220H provides users with instant access to up to two computers all through a single monitor, keyboard and mouse.

The SV220H also provides unique productivity features to help users work more efficiently across systems. Managed Copy and Paste enables effortless transfer of data from one system to another; and this function can be customized to limit the formats and types of data that can be transferred. Advanced video support provides a native HDMI 1.4 connection with video resolutions up to UHD 4K (3840x2160 @ 30). Additional usability features include, zero delay switching between connected sources and flexible assignment of audio devices.

The Avocent SV220H KVM switch is a cost effective productivity solution designed to: Increase productivity with simple, rapid access to systems, Gain true image reproduction and display flexibility with support for UHD 4K displays, and Reduce costs with fewer peripheral purchases and easier IT maintenance

  • Advanced video support for resolutions up to UHD 4K assures image quality is highly accurate and video plays at the highest definition possible.
  • Managed copy and paste allows content to be copied from one system to another. Copy and paste can be managed with built-in controls to specify what can be copied, such as allowing a user to copy numbers only in a specific format.
  • Independent audio switching lets users freeze audio while simultaneously working on a different system.
  • Instant monitor, mouse and keyboard switching via emulation assures zero delay when switching between systems.

SV220H KVM Back View

Cybex SV220H back viewAvocent Vertiv SV220H What's Included? Package contents

Avocent SV220H-001 Specifications:

Height 1.4 in (35 mm)
Width 7 in (177 mm)
Depth2.4 in (61 mm)
Weight1 lbs (0.5 kg)
VideoHDMI 1.4
MAX ResolutionUHD 4K resolutions up to 3840x2160 @ 30 Hz
Operating Temperature32° to 104°F (0° to 40°C)
Storage Temperature-4° to 140°F (-20° to 60°C)
Humidity0-80% RH, non-condensing
Operating Voltage100 to 240VAC
Power Consumption12V DC, 1.5A (maximum) power adapter with center-pin-positive polarity
Device Support
CertificationsRCM, EU, FCC Class B, VCCI, c-UL
USB Peripheral PortsNo
Warranty3 Year

Avocent Cybex (by Vertiv) SV220H is also known as SV 220H

UPC / EAN Barcode icon
UPC 636430075754
EAN 0636430075754
Question: May I know what the ECCN number is for SV220H?
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry,

The Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) for the Avocent (by Vertiv) SV220H is EAR99.

Question: Can you use a Display port to HDMI cable to use the SV220H with a Microsoft Surface?
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry,

According to Avocent (by Vertiv), "Touchscreen devices are not supported by our KVMs."

We do however sell other KVM switches, such as the Adder AV4PRO-DP 4-Port DisplayPort KVM with 'True USB 2.0 emulation', which explicitly mention support for Touchscreen devices and may work for your application.

Please let us know if there is anything else we can ever help you with!

Question: Can the mouse and keyboard be plugged into single port on KVM switch or do they need to be plugged into switch independently to function properly?
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry,

If you are looking to use a Wireless Keyboard and Mouse through a single bluetooth dongle- It's possible that you could plug-in the dongle into a single kb/ms USB port, however it is more likely you would need to plug it into one of the transparent USB Hub peripheral ports. For more information on using a Wireless Keyboard & Mouse with a KVM Switch, please refer to this guide.

If you are looking to use a separate external USB Hub to plug in the keyboard & mouse into one USB port- this would most likely not be supported because it would interfere with the kb/ms port emulation.

Please let us know if there is anything else we can help you with!