This user station sends KVM- and audio signals via Cat 5 RJ45 cables. It is used either on a Cat.5 KVM switch MC5/-IP as a user station or as an independent KVM extender with a matching Cat.5 KVM module. The KVM switches MC5 and MC5-IP allow you to spatially separate admin workstations via Cat. 5 cables. This Cat.5 KVM module is already integrated in the KVM switch.
This user station sends KVM- and audio signals via Cat 5 RJ45 cables. It is used either at the Cat.5 KVM switch MC5/-IP as a user station or as a stand-alone KVM extender with matching Cat.5 KVM module. The KVM switches MC5 and MC5-IP allow you to spatially separate admin workstations via Cat.5 cables. This Cat.5 KVM module is already integrated in the KVM switch.
Allows console operation at extended distances of up to 200m using CAT5/5e/6 cable
Local workstation may be connected using a suitable CAM, please click here
Connects to your USB keyboard and mouse and VGA monitor
Supports display resolutions of up to 1600 x 1200 @ 75m, 1024x768 @ 200m
Power supply included
Allows your USB keyboard, mouse and monitor to be located up to 200m away from your computer using low cost CAT5/5e cable
Provides a convenient and secure method of remotely locating workstations and fileservers without compromising control and convenience
Installs in minutes - no special software required
Important: This product is solely for use with the MC5, MC5-IP ans SC5 KVM Switch range. It is not a standalone KVM Extender solution. The picture above shows front and rear views of a single unit. See our range of .
Control your servers over the internet or via your LAN
Provides administrator access to your KVM switches and servers over the LAN, internet or telephone line
Integrates into almost any existing KVM configuration that uses standard PS/2 or USB keyboard/mouse, and VGA monitor signals
Provides connection for a local KVM console (USB & PS/2)
PS/2 & VGA Combo KVM cable and rackmount bracket included
IP V.6 protocol not supported
2 Year warranty
The KVM IP Access Switch Classic USB allows administrators to monitor and access their computers from remote locations.
It connects to the internet, an intranet, LAN or Wan using standard CAT5 or higher cable, or to an analogue telephone line (requires modem), and then uses a supplied KVM cable to connect to a local KVM switch or server.
The IP Access Switch Classics remote access and control software runs on its embedded processor - so theres no interference with server operation, or impact on network performance.
KVM over IP remote access to the KVM over IP Extender can be accessed in two ways:
1. Via VNC using a VNC client, please see the Web for VNC clients
2. Via Web browser with Java support. Please note that Chrome and Firefox no longer support the required NPAPI for Java. As of March 2017 the only widely used browser to support NPAPI for Java is Internet Explorer, should this support also be removed then the only available option for remote access will be to use a VNC client.
IP Access Switch Classic
1m 3-in-1 PS/2 & VGA KVM cable
1.8m RS-232 serial cable (for connecting to a terminal)
1m USB A to Mini-B cable
External multi country power supply: 100-240VAC-0.3A/DC 12V-1A regulated with standard 2.5/5.5mm connector
Multi country adapters for use in US, EURO, UK, AUS/China
Simultaneously control 4 computers from a single workstation
Supports Quad View, PiP, PaP and Full Screen Modes
Dual Video Output allows 2 local displays to be connected
Multiple units (up to 8) can be daisy chained to control up to 32 computers
A Remote IP Module (No.32328 sold separately) can be added to create a Remote Console
2 year warranty
The Quad View KVM Switch Pro provides a number of different viewing modes, allowing you to view the connected computers/video sources in a layout which best suits your requirements:
In Quadview, the screen is split into four equal fields. Each field displays the entire screen content of its source video or computer. Keyboard & Mouse operations are switched by selecting (using the front panel buttons, hotkeys or the OSD menu) the corresponding computer‘s quad. Quadview is only available via the primary video output.
PiP (Picture in Picture)
When the Picture in Picture function is activated, on of the video sources is displayed as thumbnails on top of a full-screen image from the primary selected source. This allowsit to be monitored alongside a main feed. The position and size of the thumbnails are all customisable. PiP is only available via the primary video output.
PaP (Picture and Picture)
When the Picture and Picture function is activated, three of the four video sources are displayed as thumbnails down the right side of the display next to primary source. This allows them to be monitored alongside a main feed. The active channel, position and size of the thumbnails are all customisable. PaP is only available via the primary video output.
Full screen mode
In Fullscreen mode, one of the four video sources is shown full screen and at maximum resolution. Keyboard & Mouse operation automatically switches to the corresponding computer when channels are switched. Full screen mode is available on primary, secondary video outputs.
In addition to its video capabilities the Quad View Pro features a USB hub and support for analogue audio for each input. These ports can be automatically switched along with video input, or if required switched independently.