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EUBK=European standard black EURD=European standard red
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TESmart 4x2 dual monitor KVM
The 4x2 dual-monitor KVM provides you with great flexibility to easily integrate cross-platform computer equipment. You can output the two HDMI ports of one PC to two HDMI monitors at the same time, or you can choose to output the HDMI signals of two PCs to two monitors at the same time. You can use the front panel buttons, IR remote control and keyboard hotkeys to control the Dual Monitor KVM.
The 4x2 dual-monitor KVM only supports one set of keyboard and mouse and 2 monitors to control 2 PCs. Supports the use of hotkey commands to switch between the keyboard and mouse, as well as external devices and audio channels, without switching the screen order. Supports USB 2.0, you can even connect USB 2.0 hubs, USB drives, printers, barcode scanners or other USB devices to the Dual Monitor KVM. Using an EDID emulator in each input port allows the PC to always have the correct display information and prevents the display settings from being changed when the input port is switched.
Use only one set of keyboard, mouse and 2 monitors to control 2 computers.
Unix / Windows / Debian / Ubuntu / Fedora / Mac OS X / Raspbian / Ubuntu supporting Raspberry Pi and other Linux-based systems.
Supports hot plugging, connecting or disconnecting the device with KVM at any time without shutting down the device.
Support front panel buttons, IR signal, keyboard hot keys to control KVM.
Can be used to use the keyboard and mouse immediately after switching computers.
Supports up to 3840 * 2160 @ 60Hz resolution.
Through an additional standard USB 2.0 hub port, bar code scanners, USB hard drives or other USB devices can be connected to the KVM.
There is an EDID emulator in each input port, so that the PC always has the correct display information.
Support keyboard and mouse pass-through mode to improve KVM compatibility.
how to use :
Step 1: Connect the two outputs of PC1 to the "input A&B" of the PC1 port of the KVM switch. PC1 USB to KVM PC1 USB (USB Type A to Type B cable)
Step 2: Connect the keyboard, mouse or wireless dongle of keyboard and mouse to the designated port.
Note: This product supports keyboard and mouse pass-through mode: compatible with more K&M, including multimedia keyboards and wireless mice with receivers. (Note: If the keyboard has a USB hub, you can only connect it to the USB2.0 port, but you cannot use the hotkey function. In addition, it does not support Bluetooth keyboards and mice, nor does it support gaming mouse software.)
Step 3: Connect speakers and monitors to KVM.
Step 4: Turn on the power switch to start the Dual Monitor KVM.
Q1. How to identify whether the KVM is in the keyboard and mouse pass-through mode?
Answer: Turn on the KVM and press [Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [F3]. If the buzzer beeps twice, it means that the KVM is in keyboard and mouse pass-through mode. One beep means in keyboard and mouse emulation mode. (Keyboard and mouse pass mode, mouse gestures cannot be used. If you use a normal keyboard and mouse, it is recommended that you turn on the emulation mode.)
Q2. How to change the hotkey combination?
If your keyboard does not have the [ScrollLock] key, or the [ScrollLock] key is used for other functions, you can use the [Right-Ctrl] hotkey in the following ways
Instead of the [ScrollLock] key:
Method 1: Execute the hot key command [ScrollLock] + [ScrollLock] + [F1].
Method 2: You can press and hold the "SW" key on the KVM panel for about 10 seconds until you hear a beep, and then change the switching method of the hot key (if it is currently [ScrollLock] + [ScrollLock] + number, it Will be changed to [[Right-Ctrl] + [Right-Ctrl] + number)
If you want to change the hotkey from [Right-Ctrl] to [ScrollLock], you can do the following:
Method 1: Execute the hotkey command: [Right-CtrI] + [Right-CtrI] + [F1].
Method 2: You can press and hold the "SW" key on the KVM panel for about 10 seconds until you hear a beep, and then change the switching method of the hotkey (if it is currently [[Right-Ctrl] + [右Ctrl] + number , It will be changed to [ScrollLock] + [ScrollLock] + number)