The all-in-one Avocent SwitchView (2SVPUA20-001) multimedia desktop 2-port KVM switch lets you switch between USB or PS/2 systems, share your USB devices and control multimedia applications. The Avocent SwitchView (2SVPUA20-001) MM2 model provides independent switching for KVM and two USB 2.0 hub ports. With the Avocent SwitchView (2SVPUA20-001) multimedia KVM switch, you can use one compact device to control multiple PCs and share access to your USB devices; digital camera, CD ROM, PDA, scanner or printer.
Note: Cables are not included
Avocent SwitchView (2SVPUA20-001) Function Diagram
Avocent SwitchView (2SVPUA20-001) Features and Benefits:
- Multi-platform USB or PS/2 system support
- Integrated USB hub for sharing USB peripherals/devices
- Audio feature share speakers and a microphone
- Independent switching for KVM and two USB 2.0 hub ports
- USB 2.0 multimedia key mapping for USB keyboard Compact, space-saving KVM switch eliminates desktop clutter
- 2048 x 1536 high VGA resolution ideal for desktop graphical applications
- Push-button or multiple keyboard hotkeys for customize channel selections
- Auto scanning allows easy monitoring of attached computers
- Color-coded cables and connectors provide quick installation
- Easily add computers without powering down the KVM switch or attached computers
- Power supply included
- Error free boot up with keyboard and mouse emulation
- Backed by Avocent 2 year warranty and technical support
- Also available in a 4-port model
Avocent SwitchView (2SVPUA20-001) Specifications:
|1.7 in (4.3 cm)
|5.5 in (13.97 cm)
|3.5 in (8.89 cm)
|1 lb (.45 kg)
|Power Frequency Input
|9V DC @1A external transformer
|PS2 or USB (2.0)
|(VGA, SVGA, XGA, QVGA, SXGA, UXGA, QXGA) Maximum resolution of 2048 X1536
|USB (2.0) Keyboard and Mouse or PS/2 Keyboard, PS/2 Mouse, IntelliMouse (PS/2 only), IBM Scroll Point, Logitech 2 Button, Logitech Trackball Scroller, Microsoft Trackball Scroller, Microsoft Scroller, Microsoft Intelleye Five Button
|En55022 Class B, EN55024,61000-3-2,6100-3-3, FCC 15 Class B, CE
Answer: Unfortunately, it will not. USB has a range of about 35 feet before there is too much signal degeneration. You would need to use a simple KVM extender such as the X-50: https://www.kvm-switches-online.com/x50.html
Question: I currently have a keyboard and trackball connected to a powered USB hub and then sent 30 ft to a PC. It works fine. I want to now use that same keyboard and trackball and use it o a second PC located next to the first. Can I connect my Key/Trackball to this KVM, use the single USB cable I am currently using to connect to the single PC and use it to connect the two KVM units?
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry. Unfortunately, the answer really depends on the specific set up and hardware involved. You might be able to plug the keyboard and trackball into the KVM, and then run 2 separate USB cables for the computers (you would need two cables, so that each computer was plugged into its own port/channel). Again, depending on the setup and hardware involved, you may be able to plug both computers into the KVM, then run the USB hub out the 30' to the keyboard and trackball (this solution my cause issues with hotkey switching and keyboard/mouse emulation). Neither option addresses the VGA/audio input (if you need that capability).
Depending on your particular needs, the best solution might be a KVM extender: https://www.kvm-switches-online.com/kvm-extenders.html .
If you would like to discuss the different options, please give us a call at 1-877-586-6654.
Question: I need a KVM switch a resolution of 2560 X 1080, where can i fnd it?
Answer: Than you for your inquiry. One dual-link DVI KVM that has a max resolution of 2560 x 1600 @ 60Hz (using dual Link DVI) is the Aten CS1782A ().
Other KVMs may fit the bill depending on your particular requirements. Please call us at 1-877-586-6654 or contact us via out online chat feature to discuss your project in greater detail.