K302 Secure KM Switch: 2-Port, Small Form Factor.

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The K302 is a secure 2-port, small-form-factor KM Switch. It allows an easy yet secure sharing of keyboard and mouse between two different security-level sources/computers.

The K302 combines low-cost with high-security and targets to reduce desktop clutter and increase productivity.

Built by design to provide highest possible isolation between two connected computers it includes a set of innovative features for a smooth, flexible user experience.
The HSL Virtual Display Technology (VDT) allows the K302 to switch seamlessly between computers once mouse cursor crosses display borders.
Keyboard and Audio follow Mouse cursor and allow easy navigation between multiple displays.

The K302 works smoothly with all operating systems, from Microsoft to Linux and Apple with no need for software installation. It arrives with a set of preset desktop configurations.

The K302 is a perfect fit for any company with two isolated networks that handles sensitive and confidential information.

The products are fully compatible with EAL4+ and NIAP security requirements. 

System Diagram

  • Small form factor:
    weighing as little as 0.85 lbs. and with a width of 5.4 Inches, it occupies minimum desktop space 

  • Low cost:
    attractively priced and yet not compromising product's high-quality and security

  • Virtual Display Technology (VDT):
    seamless keyboard, mouse and audio switching between computers once mouse cursor crosses display borders

  • OS Independent:
    support for all Microsoft OS, Linux and Apple with no need for SW installation

  • Display configurations:
    product arrives with a predefined preset of display configurations for ease of use

  • Highest security by design:
    Common Criteria EAL 4+ approved, compatible with NIAP security requirements

  • Hardware-based peripherals isolation:
    no dependency on firmware or software; all firmware on ROM (Read Only Memory); no keyboard buffering or memory

  • Unidirectional Optical Data Diodes:
    assuring USB peripherals isolation; data can flow from devices to host only

  • Peripherals Security:
    full USB device filtering to assure support for keyboard and mouse only

  • Active anti tampering system:
    always-on with 10 years battery; holographic tampering evident labels  

K302 Secure KM Switch: 2-Port, Small Form Factor

No. of Computers

2

Console Mouse and Keyboard Ports

2 * USB Type A

Console Audio Jack

3.5mm Female

Computer/Keyboard Mouse Port (per Computer)

USB Type B

Computer Audio Jack (per Computer)

3.5mm Female

Dimensions

135(W) x 57 (D) x 22 (H) mm / 5.4 (W) x 2.2 (D) x 0.85 (H) inch

Weight

Device weight: 0.4 Kg. (0.85 lbs.)

Power Requirements

12V DC, 1.5A (max) power adapter with center-pin-positive polarity

AC Input:

100 to 240VAC

Power Type

External

Operating Temperature

32° to 104° F (0° to 40° C)

Storage Temperature

-4° to 140° F (-20° to 60° C)

Humidity

0-80% RH, non-condensing

Security Accreditation

Common Criteria EAL 4+ ALC_FLR.3

Product life-cycle

10 years

Warranty

2 Years

  Specification Sheets File Size Date
K302 2-port secure KM switch datasheet

This document provides the specifications for K302 2-port secure KM switch.

514 KB 9 Feb, 2015

 
  Quick Start Guides File Size Date
KM Switches Quick Start Guide

KM Switches Quick Start Guide

480 KB 29 Dec, 2014

K302 - 2 Port High Security KM, USB keyboard and mouse, Active anti-tampering, top panel push-buttons, Small form-factor       

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