I-Keys - input device for programming shortcuts
I-Keys are programmable input devices with 20 (I-Key20) keys, which store shortcuts.
Each key can be programmed with two different shortcuts to double the number of programmable commands. The programmed shortcuts are forwarded to a connected KVM switch or computer.
- Access shortcuts by pressing a key
- Macros can be easily created
- Easy operation and programming
- Shortcuts can be processed by any computer
- One key can hold two functions (layer technology)
- One key needs to be reserved for changing between the layers
- Save 38 individual macros
- Keys can be individually labelled
Connect the I-Key to the computer's PS/2 keyboard interface. Then connect the keyboard to the I-Key's PS/2 socket. The computer's keyboard interface supplies the I-Key with power.
List of Item Numbers
Transmission via CAT-X cable
DVI-DualLink video signals
DVI-SingleLink video signals
Analogue VGA video signals
SDI video signals
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