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4Site MultiView KVM Switch

Simultaneously display and control four computers on one display.

The ServSwitch 4Site II gives you true KVM switching for controlling four servers from one keyboard and mouse. Plus, it gives you the ability to display the video from those four servers on one monitor—all at the same time, and in real time.

In Full-Screen Mode, the video from one of the four connected CPUs or servers is displayed on the entire screen and in maximum resolution. Operation of the keyboard and mouse automatically switches to the selected CPU or server. 

Quad Mode
In Quad Mode, the screen is split into four fields of equal size. Each field displays the live video from one of the connected CPUs or servers. Select keyboard and mouse operation from the field of the corresponding computer.

Picture-in-Picture Mode
In Picture-in-Picture (PiP) mode, you can display the full-screen video from one of your computers. Then, video from up to three other computers is shown as thumbnail images down the right-hand margin of the screen. This way, you can monitor one computer while 


simultaneously keeping an eye on the other three. You can also scale the images to a comfortable viewing size.

Win Mode
Using the WIN mode, all video sources can freely be resized and independently repositioned anywhere on the display, just like windows. They can overlap each other with transparent appearance, Resizing and repositioning is done by mouse or touch screen. Four customized Win modes can be saved for quick activation e.g. via front buttons 1-4.

Compatible and simple
The 4Site II gives you the flexibility to use all types of monitors and video equipment. It supports all combinations of analog VGA and digital DVI video cards, monitors, even cameras. The switch automatically determines the resolution of the monitor and each of the four servers.

Use almost anywhere
Use in control rooms, server farms, security systems, and anywhere you need to monitor multiple video sources. The 4Site II supports up to (4) peripheral USB 2.0 devices to switch automatically or manually between ports.