ATEN 8 Port 19" Dual Rail LCD IP Cat5 KVM

Mfg. Part: KL1508AIN | CDW Part: 2853826 | UNSPSC: 43211604
  • KVM console with KVM switch
  • 8 ports
  • PS/2
  • USB
  • 19"
  • rack-mountable
  • 1280 x 1024
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Main Features
  • KVM console with KVM switch
  • 8 ports
  • PS/2
  • USB
  • 19"
  • rack-mountable
  • 1280 x 1024
  • VGA
  • 1U
The KL1508Ai dual rail LCD KVM Switch is a control unit that allows secure access up to 8 computers from a single KVM (keyboard, video, and mouse) console. It consists of an integrated LCD monitor, keyboard, and touchpad in a 1 U rack-mountable retractable sliding housing.
The LCD and keyboard/touchpad modules slide independently of each other. To maximize space in your data center, the keyboard/touchpad module slides back to " hideaway " when not in use, while the thin profile LCD monitor rotates back - flush against the rack - allowing convenient monitoring of computer activity.
The KL1508Ai features IP-based connectivity that allows local and remote operators to monitor and access the computers on your installation. Because it uses TCP/IP for its communications protocol, the KL1508Ai can be accessed from any computer on the LAN, WAN, or Internet - whether that computer is located down the hall, down the street, or halfway around the world.
Compact, high-density, RJ-45 connectors and CAT 5e/6 cable make for a compact, efficient, wiring configuration, while the use of KVM Adapter Cables to link to the computers, permits any combination of PCs, Macs, Sun computers, and serial devices to coexist on the installation.
For added convenience, ports for an external keyboard, monitor, and mouse are provided on the rear panel - permitting you to manage the switch from a local console. There is also an external USB mouse port on the keyboard module, allowing you to use an external mouse, rather than the touchpad.
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