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  • ServSwitch DT Dual-Head DVI USB Manual
    Manual for the KV9622A and KV9624A (Version 2)
 

Black Box Explains...Stream mode vs. burst mode/prompt mode.

Computers and mice must communicate with each other in order to operate properly. Most computers and mice communicate via a method called “stream mode”—as a mouse is being moved, it... more/see it nowsends the coordinates of its new position in a constant stream of information.

However, some computers communicate via a method known as “burst” or “prompt” mode. With this method, the mouse holds its data until the CPU sends a request (or “prompt”) for it. This mode of communication presents a problem for many KVM switches, as they normally pass along mouse coordinates in a stream mode. This results in a CPU receiving data when it isn’t expecting it, and the mouse simply won’t function properly.

All ServSwitch™ products contain support for stream-mode CPUs, and several ServSwitch products support both stream and burst/prompt modes. Call our FREE Tech Support about requirements for your application. collapse


Product Data Sheets (pdf)...ServSwitch Brand Fiber KVM Extender II/II-SM

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  • ServSwitch KVM Switch DT DisplayPort with USB and Audio Manual
    Manual for KV9702A, KV9704A (Version 2)
 
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  • ServSwitch Octet KVM Switch Software
    Software for KV1700A, KV1701A, KV1702A, KV1703A (Octoware 3.4.0.0)
 
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  • ServSwitch DKM DVI-D KVM Switch Modular Housing Manual
    Manual for the ACXMODH2, ACXMODH2R, ACXMODH4, ACXMODH4R, ACXMODH6R, ACXMODH-RMK, ACXMOD21R, ACX1MT Series, and ACX1MR Series (Version 1)
 

Product Data Sheets (pdf)...ServSwitch Fiber Optic KVM Extenders

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  • ServSwitch KVM Extender, DVI-D and USB 2.0, over CATx Manual
    Manual for ACU1500A (Version 2)
 

Black Box Explains...CAT5: When more isn’t always better.

In data communications applications, using products that exceed required capacities is usually not a problem. For example, if a 28.8K modem is required, a 33.6K or 56K model will work... more/see it nowjust fine.

But sometimes, more isn’t better. Take KVM extenders designed to expect CAT5 and only CAT5 cable. You’d expect that Category 3 cable wouldn’t be effective with these products, and you would be right.

But you may also assume that if Category 5 cable works fine, Category 5e, Category 6, and other higher-capacity cables would work even better. Unfortunately, this isn’t the case, and here’s why:

KVM extenders from many manufacturers, including ServSwitch CAT5 KVM Extenders, are designed specifically for the Category 5 specs defined by the TIA/EIA standard. Higher-level cables, such as Category 5e, have different characteristics and specifications. Although differences—specifically twist ratios—might seem small, they can have a negative impact on these extenders, which are expecting a true Category 5 transmission.

So with ServSwitch CAT5 KVM Extenders, you can think big with CAT5—just don’t think bigger. collapse

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  • ServSwitch Wizard Extender
    Installation and User Guide (Sep-02)
 
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