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TRENDnet TK 1603R - KVM / USB switch1

TRENDnet TK 1603R - KVM / USB switch
TRENDnet TK 1603R - KVM / USB switch
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Manufacturer: TRENDnet

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Manuf.No.: TK-1603R

Art.No.: S4262520

16 x KVM / USB, 1 local user, rack-mountable

  • 16-port (1U height) KVM switch with VGA and USB connection to servers
  • Supports both USB and PS/2 connections to console port
  • Device monitoring with adjustable Auto-Scan and audible feedback
  • Supports most operating systems and advance mouse designs
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The 16-Port USB KVM Switch lets you manage multiple computers with just one set of keyboard, monitor and mouse. This rack mount device supports USB and PS/2 interface on both the console and the PC side. Popular hardware platforms such as PC, Linux and Mac are supported. Users can switch between PCs using hot-key or push button for flexible management. Users can also hot-plug PCs on the fly to avoid downtime. The 16-Port USB KVM Switch is the perfect choice for managing multiple PC's.
Product Description TRENDnet TK 1603R - KVM / USB switch - 16 ports - rack-mountable
Device Type KVM / USB switch - 16 ports
Enclosure Type Rack-mountable 1U
Subtype KVM
Ports 16 x KVM / USB
KVM Users Qty 1 local user
Features Firmware upgradable
Dimensions (WxDxH) 40.7 cm x 16.5 cm x 4.5 cm
System Requirements Apple MacOS, Linux, Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Microsoft Windows 98SE/2000/ME/XP
Manufacturer Warranty 2-year warranty
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