Control 4 VGA, USB-equipped PCs with a single peripheral set, with USB Dynamic Device Mapping to avoid switching lag-time
The SV431USBDDM 4-Port USB VGA KVM Switch lets you control 4 VGA, USB-equipped PCs using a single peripheral set at high-definition VGA resolutions up to 1920×1440.
The included KVM cables provide a ready-out-of-the-box solution, while USB Dynamic Device Mapping (DDM) and Display Data Channel (DDC) features work to significantly reduce switching lag-time and improve overall compatibility with your connected display and input devices, saving you time and money.
For the next level in KVM performance, this VGA KVM switch integrates multi-core dedicated processing per channel and innovative, USB DDM technology that enables you to quickly switch between connected computers with next-to-zero delay. DDM maintains a constant communication channel between your USB peripherals and connected systems, avoiding the time necessary for your systems to re-recognize the devices when switching.
In addition to faster switching, the KVM offers All-time Display Data Channel (Full DDC) technology to maintain proper display detection among connected systems, a simple one-touch button for hot-key selection and an integrated 2-port USB hub allowing you to share additional peripherals.
Backed by a StarTech.com 2-year warranty and free lifetime technical support.
The StarTech.com Advantage
– Switch between devices with minimal lag through fast-switching DDM technology
– Instant setup and operation with included KVM cables
– Near universal compatibility with all USB input devices through USB DDM Ports
|Keyboard port type
|Mouse port type
|Video port type
|VGA (D-Sub) ports quantity
|USB 2.0 ports quantity
|Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) ports
|1920 x 1440 pixels
|Plug and Play
|AC input voltage
|AC input frequency
|50 – 60 Hz
|External power adapter
|Operating temperature (T-T)
|0 – 60 °C
|Storage temperature (T-T)
|-30 – 70 °C
|Operating relative humidity (H-H)
|0 – 80%
|Storage relative humidity (H-H)
|0 – 80%
|AC adapter included