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KA162 4 PORT HDMI KVM SWITCH 4K (AUTO SWITCHING) - KAMEHA
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KA162 4 PORT HDMI KVM SWITCH 4K (AUTO SWITCHING) - KAMEHA

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RM599.00  
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SKU: KA162
Weight: 700 grams
Stock: Stock available

Brand: KAMEHA
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Features

  • Computer: HDMI input maximum support 4K2K30Hz RGB4:4:4, 8 Bit
  • Display: HDMI input maximum support 4K2K30Hz YUV 4:4:4, 8 Bit
  • The Four USB-TYPE B interface pass through three USB interface to the corresponding host of HDMI signal channel.
  • Operating system support Windows 95/98/2000/2006/NT/XP/WIN7/WIN8/WIN10, Linux, Unix, MAC, etc.
  • Support hot plug, connect or disconnect devices to the KVM switch in any time and without turn off devices.
  • Support auto switching (monitor the devices in a specified time interval.)
  • Support keyboard’s hot keys to control the KVM switch.
  • Available to use keyboard and mouse without any delay after switching the host devices.
  • With mounting ears.

Specifications

1). Input resolution list

Resolution

I/P

Resolution

Color Space

Support

50Hz

P

720*576

P

1280*720

P

1920*1080

59.97/60Hz

P

720*480

P

1280*720

P

1920*1080

29.97/30Hz

I

720*480

P

1280*720

I

1920*1080

P

1920*1080

P

3840*2160

P

1280*720 3D

P

1920*1080 3D

25Hz

I

720*576

P

1280*720

I

1920*1080

P

1920*1080

P

3840*2160

23.97/24Hz

P

1280*720

P

1920*1080

P

3840*2160

P

1280*720 3D

P

1920*1080 3D

2). VESA Resolution (RGB8bit)

Output Device

Resolution

Refresh Rate

Copy

mode

Only second

screen mode

PC

4K TV

LENOVO

ThinkPad E470c

800×600

60HZ

60HZ

1024×768

60HZ

60HZ

1152×864

60HZ

60HZ

1280×600

60HZ

30HZ

1280×720

60HZ

30HZ

1280×768

60HZ

30HZ

1280×800

60HZ

30HZ

1280×960

60HZ

30HZ

1280×1024

60HZ

60HZ

1360×768

60HZ

60HZ

1366×768

60HZ

30HZ

1400×1050

60HZ

30HZ

1440×900

60HZ

30HZ

1600×900

60HZ

30HZ

1680×1050

60HZ

30HZ

1920×1080

60HZ

60HZ

1920×1220

/

30HZ

/

1920×1440

/

30HZ

/

2048×1152

/

30HZ

/

2048×1536

/

30HZ

/

2560×1600

/

30HZ

/

2560×1920

/

30HZ

/

2560×2048

/

30HZ

/

2840×2160

/

30HZ

/

4096×2160

/

30HZ

/

Panel Descriptions

1) Bi-coloured light

Green Status = USB connected

Red Status = HDMI connected

Orange Status = USB + HDMI connected

2) Select button (Reset & Switch).

3) Reset status indication.

1) 12V DC power input.                             2) Upgrading the firmware

3) HDMI out port.                                     4) USB keyboard and mouse output ports.

5) HDMI in ports.                                      6) USB keyboard and mouse input ports.

Connecting and Operating

  1. Connect all the PC to the HDMI KVM switch, then start all the PC.
  2. After all the PC are started in step 1, then you can switch to any PC by keyboard hot key or the key pad on the KVM panel. (For example, if you want to control the PC connected to HDMI IN 2 just press the key under the PORT 2 LED indicator, or the keyboard hot key commands described following).

NOTE: If you need to do auto switching within a specified time

Step 1:

Step 2 : 

HOW TO USE KEYBOARD HOT KEYS:

To enter Hotkey mode, press Scroll lock twice quickly, the buzzer beeps once.

Input any Hotkey combination that follows; the buzzer beeps once when input is completed.

FAQ

Problems

Solutions

Keyboard and mouse don’t work at all no matter which input port is switched to

Try below ways:

1. Unplug and plug the USB keyboard and mouse

2. Make sure the USB cable connections from KVM switch to host devices are all correct

3. Reset the KVM switch by press RESET key

4. Unplug and plug the power cord of the KVM switch then press RESET key

5. Make sure the precision of the mouse is less than 2000DPI

Only after switch to some input port the keyboard and mouse don’t work

Make sure the USB cable connection from KVM switch to host devices is correct and the USB cable isn’t broken

Mouse is slowed down/lag/delayed in

Windows 95/98/2000 system

1. Go to device manager of the Windows, make sure the KVM USB device is recognized by Windows, if not, go to Windows control panel and add new hardware manually

2. After KVM USB device is recognized by Windows, install USB drivers in Windows device manager

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Delivery Info

Courier service available to whole Malaysia

Self collection at our office available

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