Cables Unlimited SWB-9000 2-Port Micro KVM Switch with Built-in 6' Built-in Cables for PS/2 Computers
Condition: Used - Working
Conten: one Cable ass. only
Manufacturer: Cables unlimited / Iogear
Manufacturer Part Number: GCS612A
Color all Black
Plug N Play
This two port MiniView™ Micro KVM switch – the simplest way to manage two PCs or Macs* from a single keyboard, monitor and mouse. This self-powered KVM switch features mouse and keyboard emulation to ensure smooth operation, as well as support for Plug-n-Play monitors and most wheel mice. With VSE Video Signal Enhancement® technology provides rich, 32-bit color at hi resolutions. With KVM cables (6' long) molded into the unit, all you need to do is to plug it into your computers, and you’ve got a complete KVM solution.
* Macintosh support May requires additional Mac Adapter.
•Computers with PS/2 mouse connections, PS/2 keyboard connections, and HDDB15 VGA DB15 connection.
•Keyboard 1 x 6 pin mini-DIN female (purple)
•Monitor 1 x HDB-15 female (blue)
•Mouse 1 x 6 pin mini-DIN female (green)
•Keyboard 2x 6 pin mini-DIN male (purple)
•Monitor 2 x 6 HDB-15 male (blue)
•Mouse 2x 6 pin mini-DIN male (green)
•Height 2.5 cm
•Length 12.0 cm
•Width 4.9 cm
•0-80% RH Non-condensing
•-20 - 60° C
•2048 x 1536; DDC2B
•Case Wt. 16.5 Lb
•Package Wt. 1.15 Lb
•Unit Waight: 0.9 Lb (450g
•The smallest 2-port KVM switch available.
•Use one keyboard, monitor and mouse to control two computers
•6' long molded-in cables to simplify setup
•Support for Microsoft Intellimouse, Logitech FirstMouse+, MouseMan+, and other special mice
•Port selection through convenient Hot Keys
•PS/2 mouse emulation for error-free boot-up
•Saves space and reduces desktop clutter
•Plug-n-Play monitor support
•Supports video resolutions up to 2048 x 1536
•No software required
•Built in AutoScan mode
•LEDs allow for easy status monitoring
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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 27 November, 2010.