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QuadMUX

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QuadMUX - analog KVM switch with 4 video channels per computer

With QuadMUX KVM Switches, you can operate 4 computers over 1 user console.

QuadMUX devices switch the following signals:

  • Keyboard/mouse
  • VGA

The devices are only available as multi-channel variants.

  • QuadMUX - with 4 video channels per computer

The video sources of the connected computers enable combinations across all computers (scenarios). The scenarios can be stored within the switch and recalled by pressing a hotkey.

A working system consists of one QuadMUX and the required computer connection cable sets.

Front view QuadMUX
Rear view QuadMUX

Product details

Scenario switching

QuadMUX KVM switches provide just as many connections on console and user side as miniMUX4-MC3 + MC4 devices. The most important difference between the units are their switching options.

QuadMUX variants, however, combine the video sources from different computers. These combinations (scenarios) can be retrieved using hotkeys. The correct information mix will be immediately available on three or four monitors. The scenarios are defined in the OSD AdonIS of the QuadMUX.

The computer to which the keyboard is switched by default in that scenario is also defined here. This assignment can be cancelled. You can use hotkeys to switch keyboard or mouse on each of the other computers within the scenario.

Video

  • VGA resolution 1920 × 1440 @ 75 Hz or 2k × 2k @ 60Hz
  • Video bandwidth VGA up to 400 MHz

Device

  • Switches 16 video inputs from four computers to four video outputs
  • Stores up to eight video combinations as scenarios that can be immediately displayed over hotkey/OSD
  • Accesses only standard keyboard/video/mouse interfaces
  • Permanent keyboard/mouse emulation for each channel
  • Available as desktop and 19" variant
  • Can be cascaded with miniMUX4
  • Requires no software installation
  • Can be combined with all G&D products
  • Hot-pluggable
  • Password protection and rights assignment for each user

System upgrade

  • Flash upgrade at device

The QuadMUX is available as desktop (DT) or rack mount (RM) variant

QuadMUX KVM switches are fully equipped. There are no expansions available for these products.

Connect the computer to the back side of the switch. Standard VGA cables and a G&D triplex cable for 1 × keyboard, video, and mouse link the computers to the switch.

  • The PS/2 cable sets are available in the following lengths: 2 m, 5 m
  • The USB cable sets are available in the following lengths: 2 m, 5 m

Connect keyboard, monitors, and mouse to the corresponding interfaces of the user console.

To find out more details about the startup, you can download the QuadMUX manual.

List of item numbers


Item No.Product
A2100046QuadMUX
A2100047QuadMUX-RM

Glossary

Abbreviation Description
RM Rackmount kit

Explanation

Resolutions up to 4K

Resolutions up to 4K

DisplayPort video signals

DisplayPort™ video signals

DVI-DualLink video signals

DVI-DualLink video signals

DVI-SingleLink video signals

DVI-SingleLink video signals

Analogue VGA video signals

Analogue VGA video signals

CrossDisplay-Switching feature

CrossDisplay-Switching feature

USB 2.0 transmission

USB 2.0 transmission

Transmission of audio signals

Transmission of audio signals

Integrated OnScreenDisplay

Integrated OnScreenDisplay

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