Posted on October 27, 2012 by KVMGalore | 2 comments
A KVM (Keyboard, Video, Mouse) extender is a device used to extend a computer's console (keyboard, monitor, mouse) away from the computer.
KVM extenderInstead of using long coax cables to connect the extended console to the keyboard, video and mouse ports of the computer – a KVM extender typically achieves the extension ...read more.
Categories: KVM Extenders
Tags: CAT-5, CATx, console, fiber-optic, IP, local, multi-video, receiver, remote, RS232, serial, transmitter
Connecting computers with a mix of DVI and VGA video to one KVM switch may prove challenging. The reason: VGA video is analog, while DVI video – as the name (Digital Visual Interface) implies – is digital. Analog video and digital video are incompatible and cannot be mixed.
Additionally, the (one) monitor connected ...read more.
Posted on March 21, 2012 by KVMGalore | 0 comments
To use a computer we need to interact with it through at least three (3) peripherals:
– A keyboard for input (“K” in KVM)
– A mouse for input and interaction (“M” in KVM)
– A monitor to visually view the computer's video output (“V” in KVM)
So, in an over-simplified way ...read more.
Categories: KVM Switches
Tags: auto-scan, broadcast, cascade, CAT-5, CATx, coax, computer, console, IP, Keep Alive, keyboard, keypad, KVM switch, KVMA, KVMP, mouse, multi-user, multi-video, On-Screen-Display, OSD, port, push-button, RS232, secure, sharing, split-screen, switch