For destinations within the European Union (EU), delivery will usually be made within two to five working days of despatch, depending on service and country.
Orders received and accepted before 3.00pm (CET) will be despatched on the same working day, subject to availability.
We offer fixed rate delivery costs to most mainland EU countries. The delivery costs to each country are shown in the table below.
If the country you require is not in the list or if you are a Business (Trade) account holder, please contact us, and we will calculate the delivery cost for you.
This product has been discontinued and replaced by Part No 39303.
Control 4 computers and share USB devices from a single keyboard, monitor and mouse
4 Port Dual Head DVI-I KVM Switch with built-in 2 port USB 2.0 hub and audio support
True Transparent USB - supports all widely used mice & keyboards
Compact, space saving design
Push Button, Hotkey or auto scan switching
Plug & Play installation - no special software required
Compatible with Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8, Linux (Ubuntu 7.10 and above), Mac OS 10.5
2 year warranty
Control four Dual Head DVI-I Single Link equipped computers using a single keyboard, monitor and mouse with independent control over audio. An integrated USB 2.0 hub allows you to share USB devices such as pen drives, hard drives and printers, between the computers.
Representing excellent value for money it can support both high resolution digital and analogue systems.
True Transparent USB Function
True Transparent USB switching is an advanced USB emulation technology. It allows the KVM to recognise specific keyboard & mouse models and emulate any of their associated special key and function information.
Unique Switching Options
A unique switching arrangement allows the built-in USB hub to be switched independently of the computers allowing you to print from one PC whilst playing games on another. Similarly, independent audio switching means you can listen to music from one computer while browsing the internet on the other.
Supports DVI-I Single Link monitors and computers with video resolutions up to a maximum of 1920 x 1200. The switch can also be used with analogue VGA computers using compatible adapter cables.
Front panel push button or keyboard hotkeys give two methods of switching between computers
Bind audio to either computer for uninterrupted listening
Bind USB devices to either computer for uninterrupted printing, scanning or external drive access
LED indicators show the status of connected computers and selected channels
Built in AutoScan mode
USB 2.0 specification compliant
Integrated two port USB 2.0 hub for sharing high speed devices
Firmware upgradable via USB port
Supports all DVI-I analogue and digital single link resolutions
Analogue VGA resolutions of up to 2048 x 1536
DDC support for "Plug & Play" monitors
Compatible with either DVI digital video signals or analogue (VGA) video signals the LINDY 4 Port Dual Head DVI-I KVM Switch Pro switches both analogue and digital signals to the monitor
Supports 3D graphics according to the HDMI 1.3b specification (PC graphics formats) and frame rates up to 120Hz (but not HDCP or 3D Blu-ray formats according to the HDMI 1.4 specification)
Rear mounted connectors minimise cable clutter
Robust metal housing for excellent EMI shielding
Multi-platform support for PC and Mac computers - compatible with all major operating systems in any combination
Multi-country power supply included
Dimensions: 253 x 110 x 68mm (WxDxH)
2 year warranty
Connecting VGA equipment
To connect a VGA PC, use our VGA to DVI Adapter Cable, a DVI-I cable and our DVI & VGA Monitor Splitter Cable.
Connect the adapter cable to your PC's VGA port and then to the supplied KVM+Audio cable; connect the DVI-I cable from switch's console port to splitter cable. Plug the splitter cable into the VGA and DVI inputs on your display.
When connecting mixed VGA and DVI enabled PC's to the KVM Switch Pro, we recommend you use a display that supports auto switching between digital and analogue inputs. If your display does not support this function, you will need to manually select inputs each time you switch between DVI and VGA computers