Thinklogical KVM-000083 8 port usb kvm

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The Thinklogical OriginKVM 8250 is a high performance KVM switch that enables true, simultaneous multi-user access from two user stations, allowing them to access and switch between eight multi-platform servers. 


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KVM Switch- 2 Users control up to 8 CPUs

The Thinklogical OriginKVM 8250 is a high performance KVM switch that enables true, simultaneous multi-user access from two user stations, allowing them to access and switch between eight multi-platform servers. 

  • Multi-user, simultaneous (2) user stations with access to 8 PCs
  • CPU Ports 1 and 2 have option of USB Keyboard and Mouse or PS/2 Keyboard and Mouse
  • Switches line level audio and DVI/HDMI video
  • Easily configure, select and manage your system and servers via Thinklogical’s™ unique communication actuation technology and BIOS level access
  • DDC pass through for HDMI support
  • USB pass through for support of USB 2.0 devices of any kind
  • User collaboration in order for 2 users to work on the same CPU at the same time (HDMI and USB pass through for one user only while collaborating)
  • Scalable for multiple applications such as dual display, triple display, or quad display

Video Resolution: All single link and dual-link DVI resolutions

Supply Voltage: 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz

Operating Temp.: 0°-50°C (32°-122°F)

Humidity: 5-95% RH, non-condensing

Dimensions:          

Height: 1.72” (4.4cm)

Depth: 14.12” (36.2cm)

Width: 17.49” (44.5cm)

(Tolerance: ± .039”; .100cm)

Shipping Weight: 27lbs (12.25kg)

Power Consumption: 26 watts

Warranty: 12 months from date of shipment. Extended warranties available

Part Code:

KVM-000083 

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Thinklogical KVM-000083 8 port usb kvm

Thinklogical KVM-000083 8 port usb kvm

The Thinklogical OriginKVM 8250 is a high performance KVM switch that enables true, simultaneous multi-user access from two user stations, allowing them to access and switch between eight multi-platform servers.