- Simultaneous 4K60hz on both monitors for “dual monitor extended desktop” setups.
- Compatible with most wired, wireless, mechanical, and gaming keyboards. FAQ & KEYBOARD CHART
- 2 Operating Modes: Mode 1 for extended desktop and Mode 2 for split desktop (each computer displays on 1 monitor simultaneously).
- Supports HDMI, DisplayPort, DVI, & VGA with approved adapters listed here.
- Supports quad monitors through cascading with DCCI.
- Easy setup. Plug & play capable. No drivers required.
- 3 ways to switch inputs: keyboard hotkeys, front push button, or remote control.
- Hotkey triggers assignable to either Scroll Lock to Right-CTRL.
- USB sharing works with printers, jump drives, USB headsets and webcams for teleconferencing. FAQ.
- Auto-scanning with an adjustable time interval from 1 to 250 seconds.
- Transmits audio over HDMI to monitor add/or to external speakers via KVM's stereo output.
- HDMI 2.0 & DP 1.2 supports 4K@60hz, QHD@144hz, FHD@144hz.
- HDCP 2.2 compliant
- No delay, zero latency keyboard and mouse switching.
- IR remote control, battery not included. Requires two AAA batteries.
- 1-year US-based warranty when purchased from BuyTESmart.com.
- 1 x DisplayPort+DisplayPort Dual Monitor KVM Switcher
- 1 x DC 12V Power Adapter
- 1 x IR Remote Control. Two AAA batteries not included.
- 4 x USB connectors
- 8 x 5’ DP 2.0 Cables
- 1 x English User manual
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
- Switch must receive video signal on both HDMI inputs per PC for dual monitor output. Approved adapter list.
- Audio transmitted via HDMI connection. HDMI or DisplayPort monitor required for audio.
- Hotkeys are triggered via a keyboard plugged into the dedicated mouse or keyboard ports.
- Emulation programming is locked and cannot be removed from mouse & keyboard ports.
- Dedicated mouse & keyboard ports should not be used for other types of USB devices.
- Use a powered USB hub to expand the number of USB2.0 ports.
- If the wireless mouse/keyboard is “jumpy”, use a USB extender to reduce distance from the receiver.
- Please install two AAA batteries before use (battery not included).
Dedicated mouse & keyboard ports have emulation programming. Second generation chipsets have “Passthrough Mode” to send special characters such as multimedia keys (play, pause, volume up/down, etc), which greatly improves keyboard compatibility.
Keyboard software such as Logitech Options, DAS Q, Corsair iCUE, etc conflicts with the emulation programming and limits the ability to use dedicated macro keys. We recommend using the KVM’s USB2.0 port as a workaround if this software is desired. The USB2.0 port does not have emulation programming and therefore the KVM will not recognize hotkey switching commands. Please use a powered USB hub to expand USB connectivity, if needed.
USER MANUALPKS0802A10 Manual
K/M Compatibility Chart
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