ATEN CM1164 4-port USB DVI-D KVMP Control Center - KVM / audio / USB switch

Mfg.Part: CM1164 | CDW Part: 3116539 | UNSPSC: 43211604
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Product Details
  • KVM / audio / USB switch
  • 4 x KVM / audio / USB
  • 1 local user
  • desktop
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ATEN CM1164 4-port USB DVI-D KVMP Control Center - KVM / audio / USB switch
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Main Features
  • KVM / audio / USB switch
  • 4 x KVM / audio / USB
  • 1 local user
  • desktop
To improve the operational efficiency of intensive monitoring applications, there needs to be a fast and convenient way to view and manage more computers simultaneously, permitting faster response times from a single location. The CM1164 4-port USB DVI-D KVMP control center charts a revolutionary direction in KVM switch functionality by combining a 4-port DVI-D switch with a 2-port USB hub, and providing the following display modes: quad view mode, which simultaneously displays four digital computers/video sources on a single screen; as well as picture in picture mode and full screen mode to meet the demands.

In addition, CM1164 provides Daisy Chain Control (DDC) functionality. A (DCC) port allows a user to connect and control up to four CM1164 units via a single console. This enables the use of only one keyboard/mouse over several computers or another CM1164. This is convenient for growing networks that need to monitor and manage more computers - daisy chain up to four units and switch between up to 16 computers.

With its unique design and innovative features, the CM1164 4-port USB DVI-D KVMP control center is the right solution for a wide range of practical applications, including control rooms, monitoring systems, and traffic control centers - allowing you to switch seamlessly between four DVI-enabled PCs, and share USB peripherals and audio from a multi-view console.