AL-V716L – 16-Port PS/2-USB VGA Single Rail LCD KVM Switch
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Angustos AL-V716L LCD KVM Switch is
optimized for high density Rack in modern
Integrating a 17” LED screen, keyboard and
mouse pad in a 1U rackmountable sliding
housing. The short-depth design ultilized for
narrow space for short-rack mounting in
condensed area. The AL-V716L can control up
to 16 computers; with 16 additional KVM
switches are cascaded, a single AL-V716L LCD
KVM Switch can control up to 256 computers.
In addition, the AL-V716L included an
additional hot-pluggable USB port that
supports other keyboard and mouse for
back-up. With all of the technology involved,
the AL-V716L LCD KVM Switch has gone
beyond the expectations and requirements for
a modern Data Center use, which including :
short space optimization, exceptional display
quality, easy to install, extreme versatility.
High Density Utilization
• Front USB for back up mouse-keyboard.
• LCD KVM console with an 17” LED-backlit 4:3
LCD monitor in a single rail design.
• Short-depth overall size allowing user to work
with in condensed space of high density Rack
• Slide Lock – secure the console drawer to
remain firmly in slide position when not in use.
• Superior video quality – up to 1280 x 1024
@60Hz; DDC2B; 16.7 Mil. Color.
• Cascade up to 256 computers from a single
console (With compatible KVM Switches)
• Auto PS/2 and USB interface sensing.
• Keyboard and mouse emulation (PS/2 and
USB) for seamless switching.
• Computer selection with pushbuttons, hotkeys,
and multilingual on-screen display (OSD).
• Two level password security.
• Operates with all software and operating
systems including all Windows versions, DOS,
Linux, Unix, BSD, all Sun OS, all Mac OS and
• Keyboard Language supports: English (UK),
English (US), German (GER.) Japanese, Korean,
Russian, Swedish, Chinese.
• Standard rack mount kit included
• No software required – Plug and Play
• Firmware upgradable
• Supports hot-plugging
• Supports Over IP Module for Remote Control
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