The Adder SmartView Multiscreen SVMS2-QUAD KVM switch expands the horizons of computer control by adding multiple monitor support to an advanced KVM switch. The SVMS2-QUAD enables a keyboard, mouse and 4 monitors to control 2 computers. The Multiscreen is a new concept in KVM switches and enables you to benefit from all the convenience of the proven SmartView switches which taking advantage of the multiple monitor facilities available on many modern computers.
Computers fitted with multiple video cards are becoming more common as operating systems have developed to make use of the extended video "real estate" offered by multiple monitors. The increased display area enables more information to be presented to the user without reducing the resolution. The Multiscreen SVMS2-QUAD enables several computers equipped with these multiple video facilities to be controlled from a keyboard, mouse and an array of monitors. All the monitors and the keyboard and mouse are switched together from one computer to the next giving you full control of the wider picture.
The Adder SVMS2-QUAD maximizes the video quality by minimizing any ghosting, smudging or fading effects. DDC (Display Data Channel) signaling is supported on all the SmartView's video ports making them "plug-and-play" compatible and enabling your computers' video cards to be configured for best performance.
Adder SmartView Multiscreen KVM Switch Diagram
Adder SVMS2-QUAD Features:
- Control several multi-video enabled PCs from a single keyboard, mouse and bank of video monitors.
- High quality video with DDC support and resolutions up to 1920 by 1440 pixels.
- Computer selection via keyboard hotkeys, mouse, front panel key, RS232 or remote controller.
- SmartBoot enables simultaneous bootup of all computers.
- Software independent operation ensures very wide compatibility.
- Reliably draws power from the attached PCs avoiding the need for an extra power supply.
- Flash upgradeable for future device support and enhancements.
- Excellent for banking, security and engineering applications.
- Cascadeable to support more than four computers.
- Hardware compatible with desktop and laptop PCs, RS6000, SGI and DEC Alphas.
- May be linked together to synchronously switch up to sixteen monitors.
- Sun and USB keyboard and mouse connections plus full audio support are available to special order in addition to standard PS/2.
Adder SVMS2-QUAD Specifications:
|4.1 in. (105 mm.)
|10.2 in. (260 mm.)
|6.1 in. (155 mm.)
|Draws its power from the attached computers
|Keyboard & Mouse
|6-pin mini-DIN female
|15-way high-density D-type
|15-way standard D-type connector with proprietary pin allocation
|Front panel key
|For computer selection
|Shows selected computer and keyboard/mouse activity
|Reset & option switches
|Optional remote controller
|connects to rear
|Computers may be selected using the front panel key, keyboard hotkeys, a three button mouse or wheel mouse, RS232 data commands or the optional remote controller
|The keyboard, mouse and all the video heads are switched together so that the keyboard and mouse are controlling the computer whose video is currently displayed on the monitors.
|SmartView Multiscreens may be linked together via their options ports to provide synchronized switching
|PS/2 or AT style keyboards supported
|Supports 2 and 3 button mice and most wheel and scroll mice including the Microsoft IntelliMouse and IntelliMouse Explorer
|High bandwidth video supported at resolutions up to 1920 x 1440
|Flash upgradeable to support new devices by connecting a computer's serial port to the options port and running a download program.
|Software independent operation ensures very wide compatibility that includes Windows 3.X, WFWG, 95, 98, 2000, NT, ME, XP, DOS, Unix, Linux, NetWare, OS/2 and BSD
|Hardware compatible with desktop and laptop PCs, RS6000, SGI and DEC Alphas.
|Optional Remote Controller
|Plugs into the options port at the rear of the SmartView
|Complies with European EMC directive 89/336/EEC. CE marked. FCC class A compliant.
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry. We have confirmation from the manufacturer that this particular switch takes advantage of some PS/2 emulation. Since wireless connections communicate vastly different than wired connections, combined with the fact this unit uses emulation techniques, we do not believe it will support wireless PS/2 devices.