USB KVM Switch

Keyboard and Mouse (KM) only switches and KVMs with USB input

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    Adder CCS-PRO

    4 & 8 Computer Command & Control Switch
    Multi-Monitor Mouse Free-Flow Switching
    Instant switching with True USB Emulation
    Redundant power, Serial RS232, USB Hub / CAC & Audio Support
    Adder CCS-PRO8 8 Port Keyboard Mouse Switch- True USB Emulation, Redundant power, Serial RS232, USB Hub / CAC & Audio Support
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    SmartAVI SKM-08S 8 Port KM Switch

    SmartAVI SKM-08S

    8 Computer Command & Control Switch
    Multi-Monitor Mouse PASS Switching
    Switch Via Front Panel, Hot Keys, or Serial RS232
    Independent USB 2.0 and Audio Switching
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    Avocent SVKM120

    2 Computer Command & Control Switch
    Zero Delay Switching With Emulation
    Independent Audio Switching
    Avocent SVKM120 2 Computer Keyboard and Mouse Switch
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    SmartAVI K304E-SH 4 Port Keyboard Mouse Switch

    SmartAVI K304E-SH

    Secure EAL4+, 4 Computer KM Switch
    Multi-Monitor Mouse PASS Switching
    SmartCard (CAC) Port and Independent Audio Switching
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    Raloy RWX119 Rackmount Monitor with Integrated USB KVM

    Raloy RWX119

    1U 19" Widescreen Console Drawer
    High Contrast Samsung LCD
    VGA, DVI, BNC or HDMI Video Input
    Optional 8 to 32 Port Integrated USB KVM
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    SmartAVI HKM-PROS USB3 KVM Switch


    Control 3 HDMI 1.4 Computers & 1 Android (MHL)
    High Definition 1920x1200 Resolution
    3x USB 3.0 Peripheral Ports
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    AdderView PRO

    1 to 4 Multi-Monitor VGA, DVI, or DisplayPort
    4 to 8 Computers / Servers
    Up to 2K (2048 x 1080) Resolution
    Independent USB Hub & Audio Support
    Adder PRO (AV4PRO, AV8PRO) USB Peripheral KVM Switch
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    Keyboard and Mouse (KM) Switches are ideal for controlling a large array of monitors.

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    Optional USB emulation eliminates dropped devices and lag during switching.

  • USB Hub

    Optional USB hub lets users share flash drives, CAC, printers and scanners with sources.

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What is a USB KVM?

A USB (Universal Serial Bus) KVM switch is very similar to a legacy KVM in that it allows you to connect multiple computing devices to a single keyboard, mouse and monitor. The key difference is that the USB based switch does not utilize PS/2 keyboard and mouse technology. All keyboard and mouse connections are accomplished using Universal Serial Bus technology. Depending on manufacturer and model, you will find various options that benefit the end user. They include, but are not limited to:

  1. Audio pass through - control and share audio-out ports
  2. Microphone pass through - Control and share audio-in ports
  3. Universal Serial Bus ports for external device connection - share printers, card readers and other devices across servers
  4. VGA, DVI and HDMI display support - be sure to choose a compatible monitor connection

USB Switch Applications

These switches can be used in a variety of situations. From a user that with two CPU’s who wishes to consolidate into a single keyboard, mouse and display; all the way to the high end user that needs access to many devices and multiple displays with a single keyboard and mouse. The need for Universal Serial Bus ports, audio and microphone switching also play an important part in the switch application.

Key thing to consider when buying a USB Switch

The things to consider when purchasing your switch include the following:

  1. Quantity of source devices - 2 port, 4 port, 8 port, and 16 port are the most popular with some manufacturers providing 32 and even 64 port models
  2. Cable lengths - short applications can use standard Universal Serial Bus and Video cables, longer runs will require "combo cables" or KVM dongles for maximum distance
  3. Type of display, be it VGA, DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort
  4. Required resolution - higher resolutions generally require dual link DVI, HDMI or DisplayPort connections
  5. Required number of user displays / monitors – models supporting two, four and more monitors are available and also requires video cards that can support multi-monitor environments
  6. Universal Serial Bus port extension / sharing for peripheral devices - look for devices with an integrated USB hub to share printers and other Universal Serial Bus devices
  7. Required audio and microphone capability - look for devices with audio support to share speakers and microphones across servers/computers
  8. External power supply or draw from connected PCs - some devices can draw power directly from attached PCs saving power strip space