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EUBK=European standard black EURD=European standard red
USBK=U.S. standard black etc...
UKBK=British standard black
(EU: plug specification BK: product color black RD: product color red)
TESmart 2x1 HDMI KVM Switch 4K@60Hz 4:4:4
This 2x1 HDMI KVM Switch provides you with great flexibility in integrating cross-platform computer equipment easily. It makes you available to switch easily and reliably between any HDMI computers using one HDMI compliant display.
The 2x1 HDMI KVM Switch supports USB 2.0 device, you even can attach USB drive, printer, barcode scanner or other USB devices to the KVM. Switching can be controlled through variable methods, front panel buttons, IR signals, keyboard hotkeys, and mouse gestures to control KVM to switch inputs. Support analog L/R audio output.
Support keyboard and mouse pass-through mode to improve KM compatibility.（Note: If the keyboard has a USB hub, it can only be connected to the USB2.0 port, but the hotkey function cannot be used. In addition, it does not support Bluetooth keyboard and mouse, nor does it support software in the gaming mouse.）
- Support auto-switching to monitor computers in a specified time interval
- Available to use keyboard and mouse without any delay after switch input sources
- HDCP 2.2 compliant
- Support USB 2.0 for printers, USB drives, etc
- With EDID emulators in each input port, keep PCs always having correct display information
- Support Unix/Windows/Debian/Ubuntu/Fedora /Mac OS X/Raspbian/Ubuntu for Raspberry Pi and other Linux based systems.
- Support analog L/R audio output
- Support HDR 10 and Dolby Vision
- Support keyboard and mouse pass-through mode to improve KM compatibility
Q1.How to identify whether the KVM is in keyboard and mouse pass-through mode?
A: Turn on the KVM, press [Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock]+ [F3], if buzzer beeping twice means that KVM is in keyboard and mouse pass-through mode. And beeping once means in keyboard and mouse emulation mode. (keyboard and mouse pass-through mode, the mouse gesture function cannot be used. If you are using an ordinary keyboard and mouse, it is recommended that you turn on the emulation mode.)
Q2.How to change the hotkeys combination?
If your keyboard doesn't with the [ScrollLock] key or the [ScrollLock] key is used for other functionality, you can take the [Right-Ctrl] hotkey
instead of [ScrollLock] key by below way:
Method 1:.Execute hotkey 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 the way to switch the hotkey will be changed (If it is currently [ScrollLock]+[ScrollLock] + Number, it will be changed to [[Right-Ctrl] + [Right-Ctrl] + Number)
The same if you want to change the hotkey from [Right-Ctrl] to[ScrollLock], you could do as follows:
Method 1:Execute 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 the way to switch the hotkey will be changed (If it is currently [[Right-Ctrl] + [Right-Ctrl] + Number, it will be changed to [ScrollLock]+[ScrollLock] + Number)