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Delock DisplayPort 1.4 KVM Switch 8K 30 Hz with USB 3.0 and Audio

Item No. 11484
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Description

This KVM switch by Delock is a convenient solution for connecting four computers with DisplayPort output to one DisplayPort monitor.
Additionally there is an HDMI output for connection of two monitors, of which only one can be active at a time.

Peripheral devices
Furthermore, two USB 2.0 ports for a mouse and keyboard, and two USB 3.0 ports for a hard drive or USB memory can be connected.

Flexible Control
The active computer can be selected by mouse gesture, keyboard hotkey, button on the device or infrared remote control.

Multi-Stream Transport (MST)
With the support of MST (Multi-Stream Transport), multiple monitors can be used at the DisplayPort output with an optional MST hub.


Note

KVMs emulate a standard wired 104 key keyboard and wired generic 2 or 3 button scroll wheel mouse on their respective console ports. Whether or not a wireless or gaming mouse and keyboard work with KVM switches depends on several factors; in general, most wireless mice and keyboards do not support working with KVM switches. We recommend to use a standard wired mouse and keyboard with our KVM switches.


Specification

• Connectors:
  Input:
  4 x DisplayPort female
  4 x USB 3.0 Type-B female
  8 x 3.5 mm 3 pin stereo jack female (audio)
  1 x 3.5 mm 3 pin stereo jack female for optional IR-receiver
  1 x DC 5 V power connector screwable
  Output:
  1 x DisplayPort female
  1 x HDMI-A female
  2 x USB 3.0 Type-A female (USB 3.0 Hub)
  2 x USB 2.0 Type-A female (keyboard + mouse)
  4 x 3.5 mm 3 pin stereo jack female (audio)
• Switching via button, mouse button, hotkey or infrared remote control
• Automatic switching when turning a PC on or off
• Supports HDCP 1.4 and 2.2
• Supports HDR
• Supports MST (Multi-Stream Transport)
• Resolution up to:
  DisplayPort output:
  7680 x 4320 @ 30 Hz
  3840 x 2160 @ 60 Hz
  HDMI output:
  3840 x 2160 @ 60 Hz
  (depending on the system and the connected hardware)
• Robust metal housing
• Colour: black
• Dimensions (LxWxH): ca. 243 x 75 x 26 mm


Power supply specification

• Wall power supply
• Input: AC 100 ~ 240 V / 50 ~ 60 Hz / 0.6 A
• Output: 5 V / 3 A
• Ground outside, plus inside
• Dimensions:
  inside: ø ca. 2.1 mm
  outside: ø ca. 5.5 mm


System requirements

• PC with DisplayPort female + USB Type-A female
• Monitor or TV with DisplayPort or HDMI interface
• Connection cables


Package content

• KVM switch with USB and audio
• Remote control
• 4 x cable USB 3.0 A male to USB 3.0 B male, length ca. 1.0 m
• External power supply
• Mounting brackets and screws
• User manual


Package

• Retail Box


Here you can find information about DisplayPort

Interface
Output
• 1 x DisplayPort 20 pin female
• 1 x HDMI-A 19 pin female
• 2 x USB 3.0 Type-A female
• 2 x USB 2.0 Type-A female
• 4 x 3,5 mm Klinkenbuchse (Lautsprecher, Mikrofon)
Input
• 1 x 5 V DC female 5,5 mm x 2,1 mm
• 2 x DisplayPort 20 pin female
• 4 x 3.5 mm stereo jack female (speaker, microphone)
• 2 x USB 3.0 Type-B female
Technical characteristics
Maximum screen resolution
• 7680 x 4320 @ 30 Hz
Physical characteristics
Housing colour
• black
Housing material
• metal
Length
• 178.0 mm
Width
• 75 mm
Height
• 26 mm
How can I disable the "mouse traversal function"? The mouse gesture only works on the rear USB2.0 ports.
If the mouse is connected to the front USB3.0 ports, the gesture is no longer active.
Sometimes the connected devices are not recognised. In Windows 10 under "Power Options" the "USB selective suspend setting" should be set to "Disabled".
Is it possible to deactivate the automatic switching of inputs? Sorry, the automatic switching of the input ports can not be turned off.
The user manual speaks of a FLASH key. Where can I find it on the keyboard? The user manual is unfortunately misleading on this point. What it means is that the keys are pressed one after the other:
"Press [Scroll Lock] ++ [Scroll Lock] + [F]+[L]+[A]+[S]+[H] to set all hotkeys to default."
So: F key, then L key, etc.
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