Digital KVM matrix switches let you operate multiple computers over multiple consoles (consisting of display, keyboard & mouse).

The systems consist of three components:

1. A central module, which connects user consoles and computers
2. Computer modules, which forward signals from computers to the matrix
3. User modules to connect the consoles on which users work
Depending on the requirements, users can choose between compact and modular central modules. Both, computer modules and user modules are available for all common video signals and provide various features to adjust your system to your individual requirements.

Central modules form the core of digital KVM matrix systems. Here, any connected computer modules and user modules are administered and assigned. This enables users to access any computer connected to the KVM matrix when the consoles are also integrated into the matrix.

Computer modules connect the external computer interfaces keyboard, video, mouse and audio with the central module. The signals are combined, processed and transmitted via CAT x cable or optical fibres.

Console modules CAT cables or optical fibres connect the user modules to the central module and provide the required interfaces for peripherals (monitor, keyboard, mouse, speakers/microphone).

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