SECURE 4 PORT DUAL-HEAD KVM SWITCHES
Keyboard Video Mouse (KVM) switch offered by HSL allows securely sharing keyboard, video, mouse, audio and USB peripherals between multiple computers while maintaining the highest isolation. HSL secure KVM switch are complaint with the security requirements of US and International agencies when connecting computers across multiple security levels.
- NIAP Common Criteria PP3.0 Certification (DK42x-3 Products Only)
- Securely share peripherals across different security domains
- Prevent information leaks
- Support Ultra High Definition (UHD) 4K video quality (3840×2160@30HZ)
- Zero Delay Switching
- Num Lock, Caps Lock, Scroll Lock indication to front panel
- Interact with four isolated computers using a single set of keyboard, video, mouse, audio and USB peripherals.
- Freeze USB (DK42DU-3/PU-3/HU-3):
Assign the USB port to a specific computer while switching the keyboard, video, mouse and audio between other computers. Useful for various scenarios, for instance, when a USB smart card reader must remain mapped to a certain computer.
- Smoothly switch between computers (Virtual Display Technology):
Automatically switch control from one computer to another by dragging the mouse cursor over the computer’s display border. Peripherals switch to the next computer without having to press any buttons once the mouse is passing the display border.
- View applications in Ultra High Definition (UHD) 4K video quality:
Never compromise on video quality. Run graphic-intensive, ultrahigh definition applications on all single and dual monitor KVM models.
- Avoid typing mistakes:
Since two-way communication is blocked by the KVM security, keyboard lock LEDs do not function. Help users avoid typing mistakes by visually indicating the status of keyboard locks (CAPS-LOCK | NUM LOCK | SCROLL LOCK) on the product’s front facing panel.
- Keep up with future requirements through interchangeable KVM / KM functionality:
Adjust with versatile setup scenarios. The device can be configured in two modes, KVM and KM. In KVM mode (default) one display, keyboard and mouse set is shared between all computers. In KM mode each computer is connected to a separate display while keyboard and mouse are shared, thus allowing simultaneous work on multiple computers.