Raritan keyboard / video / mouse (KVM) cable - 6.6 ft

Mfg.Part: CCPT20 | CDW Part: 533243 | UNSPSC: 43202215
  • Keyboard / video / mouse (KVM) cable
  • DB-25 (M) to PS/2
  • HD-15 (M)
  • 6.6 ft
  • for CompuSwitch CS8R; Dominion KSX 440
  • 880; MasterConsole II MCC16
  • II MCC4
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This item was discontinued on May 02, 2018

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Raritan keyboard / video / mouse (KVM) cable - 6.6 ft
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  • Keyboard / video / mouse (KVM) cable
  • DB-25 (M) to PS/2
  • HD-15 (M)
  • 6.6 ft
  • for CompuSwitch CS8R; Dominion KSX 440
  • 880; MasterConsole II MCC16
  • II MCC4
  • II MCC8
  • MXU28
Raritan Computer is the leading provider of KVM (keyboard/video/mouse) and remote management solutions for access and control of servers and other network devices. Raritan makes products that are used to control millions of servers at more than 35,000 network data centers, computer test labs, and multi-workstation environments around the world. From the small business to the enterprise, Raritan's complete line of compatible and scalable KVM and remote connectivity products offers IT professionals the most reliable, flexible, and secure out of band solutions to manage data center equipment, while improving operational productivity.

Raritan keyboard / video / mouse (KVM) cable - 6.6 ft is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I love the fact that this unit is IP based and I can connect to the KVM from home if needed. Easy to set up the system and has AD connectivity so you can set up users via your current Active Directory domain instead of having to create another ID and password to remember.
Date published: 2016-08-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from We haven't put it in the server rack yet but we have been using it to set up the new servers before the rearranging of the racks. I really like this product so far. It was easy to set up both on the network and to LDAP and there isn't much if any mouse delay so far.
Date published: 2016-06-14
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