Atlas MMK-KVM8 Owner`s manual

Owner’s Manual
MMK-KVM8
Modular KVM Switch for
LCD Console Use
MMK-KVM8
Modular KVM Switch for LCD Console Use
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents................................................................................................................................... 2
1. Introduction....................................................................................................................................... 3
1.1 Features.................................................................................................................................. 3
1.2 Package Contents.................................................................................................................. 3
1.3 Technical Specifications........................................................................................................ 4
1.4 System Requirements........................................................................................................... 4
1.5 Cable Diagrams...................................................................................................................... 5
1.6 Rear Panel............................................................................................................................... 6
2. Hardware Installation....................................................................................................................... 6
2.1 Rack Mount Installation........................................................................................................ 6
2.2 Computer / Server Installation............................................................................................. 7
2.3 Optional Module Installation................................................................................................ 9
2.4 Power ON................................................................................................................................ 9
2.5 Daisy Chain Connection...................................................................................................... 10
3. Usage............................................................................................................................................... 11
3.1 Front panel PC port LED Indication:................................................................................... 11
3.2 Hot plug................................................................................................................................ 11
4. Hotkey.............................................................................................................................................. 12
5. OSD (On Screen Display).............................................................................................................. 13
5.1
Login Window.................................................................................................................... 14
5.2
Port Name........................................................................................................................... 15
5.3
Main Menu.......................................................................................................................... 16
5.3.1 LANGUAGE........................................................................................................................ 16
5.3.2 PORT NAME EDIT.............................................................................................................. 17
5.3.3 PORT SEARCH................................................................................................................... 18
5.3.4 USER SECURITY................................................................................................................ 18
5.3.5 ACCESS LIST ................................................................................................................... 19
5.3.6 HOTKEY ........................................................................................................................... 20
5.3.7 TIME SETTINGS................................................................................................................ 21
5.3.8 OSD MOUSE...................................................................................................................... 22
6. Troubleshooting.............................................................................................................................. 23
7. Certifications................................................................................................................................... 23
8. Warranty Info.................................................................................................................................. 24
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1. Introduction
The 8-port modular combo-free KVM switch can control attached servers and computers from local or remote consoles. This KVM
switch is loaded with features including one optional IP-based remote console port (MMK-IPM), On Screen Display (OSD) Menu,
Password security, Hot key Control, and Auto Scan Control. It has complete keyboard and mouse emulation for simultaneous PC bootup process.
With the optional IP-based remote console port you can control one or several computers locally at the server site or remotely via the
Internet using a standard browser. You can securely gain BIOS level access to systems for maintenance, support, or failure recovery
over the Internet. Communication is secure via SSL encryption.
1.1 Features
• 8-port KVM switch
• Support combo interface for connecting to computer ports conveniently
• Support one local console plus one optional remote console (IP)
• Support MS windows, Netware, Unix, and Linux
• Support iMAC, Power MAC and Sun Micro Systems with USB port
• No Software Required --- easy computer selection via On Screen Display (OSD) Menu, Push Buttons, and Hotkeys
• P
rovide various Hotkey (Scroll-Lock / Cap-Lock / Num-Lock / L-Alt / L-Ctrl / L-Win / R-Alt / R-Ctrl / R-Win) for switching computer
port and other control functions, so Hotkey function can be used in various types of keyboards, and to avoid Hotkey duplicate
problem.
• Provide ACL (Access Control List) security function. Store up to 8 independent user accounts
• Hot Plug --- add or remove connected computers without powering off the KVM switch or computers
• Support two user layers, and search computer/server name
• Plug-n-Play monitor support
• Keyboard status restored when switching computer
• Support Daisy Chain function with both Bus (8-layer) and Tree (2-layer) topologies
1.2 Package Contents
Modular KVM Switch Unit – 1 PCS
Quick Installation Guide – 1 PCS
Bracket with thumb screw – 1 SET
Screw – 4 PCS
Table 1-1. Package Contents
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1.3 Technical Specifications
Feature
Specification
KVM Type
PS/2 and USB interface KVM switch
Console Ports
Plus One Optional Remote Module
PC Port Connector
HDDB-15
PC Ports
8
Max. Distance (KVM switch -- Host)
10 m (32 feet)
Video Resolution
1920 x 1440 (Local Console)
1280 x 1024 for IP-Based remote console
IP-Based Remote Module (MMK-IPM)
RJ-45 8P8C for 10/100M Ethernet, DB9 male for Modem, Null
modem and serial power control, Mini USB 2.0 receptacle
Daisy Chaining
Support Daisy Chaining with both Bus (8-layer) and Tree (2-layer)
topologies, DB15 Female Connector
Computer port selection
On Screen Display (OSD) Menu, Hot Key
Hotkey
Provide various Hotkey (Scroll-Lock/ Cap-Lock/ Num-Lock/ Alt/
Ctrl/ Win)
Security
Provide ACL (Access Control List) security function, store up to 8
independent controllable Computer lists
Multilingual OSD (On Screen Display) control
8 languages (English, France, Germen, Spanish, Italian, Russian,
Japanese, Simplified Chinese)
Auto-Scan Intervals
5 ~ 99 Sec.
Keyboard Emulation
PS/2 or USB
Mouse Emulation
PS/2 or USB
Housing
Metal
Power
DC Power adapter : 12VDC, 1A
Operation Temperature
0°c – 50°c
Storage Temperature
-20°c – 60°c
Humidity
0 – 80%, Non-Condensing
Mechanical
For 1RU Rack Mount Modular Design LCD Console Use
Dimension
16.5" x 6.7" x 1.7" (420mm x 170mm x 44 mm)
Table 1-2. Technical Specifications
1.4 System Requirements
Model
8-port modular KVM switch
Computer Side
8 HDDB-15 pin male to one HDDB-15 pin, one Mini Din 6 pin,
and one USB special cables
IP Module
One CAT5 cable, Network Access Environment
Table 1-3. System Requirements
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1.5 Cable Diagrams
PC Port Special Cable
HDDB-15 pin male to one HDDB-15 pin male, one Mini Din 6 pin and one USB special cable
Figure 1-1. HDDB-15 / VGA + USB x 1 (3M) (MMK-DB10)
Figure 1-2. HDDB-15 / VGA + PS/2 x 1 (3M) (MMK-DD10)
Daisy Chain Cable
VGA Cable
HDDB-15 pin Male to Male
Figure 1-3. Daisy Chain Cable
Note: D
aisy chain needs all 15 cable lines connected. This is a special VGA cable, normal VGA cable has unconnected lines.
Do not use other VGA cable for daisy chain.
CAT5/5E/6 Straight Through UTP/STP Cable
Figure 1-4. CAT5/5E/6 Straight Through UTP/STP Cable (8P8C)
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1.6 Rear Panel
8 port Modular Combo-free KVM Switch:
8 port Modular Combo-free KVM Switch with optional IP module (MMK-IPM):
Remote Console Module (IP Module)
Connector for Each Host Port
Daisy Chain In
DC Power Jack
Figure 1-5. Rear Panel
2. Hardware Installation
1. P
lease check all peripherals according to the list before installation, to make sure that the unit was not damaged during shipping. If
you encounter any problem, please contact Atlas Sound.
2. Before installation, make sure all peripherals and console have been turned off.
2.1 Rack Mount Installation
Hardware kits contents:
1. Bracket A with thumb screw x 2
2. Screw (length = 6 mm) x 4
Install modular KVM switch step:
1. Install two screws (length = 6 mm) to combine bracket A
and KVM switch. (Both sides)
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2. Push KVM switch into the rails from rear of cabinet.
3. Tighent thumb screw of bracket A to fix KVM switch to console and finish installation. (Both sides)
2.2 Computer / Server Installation
Figure 2-1. Computer / Server Installation
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3-in-1 HDDB-15 Cable Installation
Each computer port connector is HDDB-15 type. Inspect the 3-in-1 DB15 cable. It will have a HDDB-15 male connector at one end.
Plug it into computer port on the rear of KVM switch. The other end of input cable has three connectors: a HDDB-15 male type for
computer video, a purple mini din 6-pin PS/2 connector for keyboard and a green mini din 6-pin PS/2 connector for mouse. Plug these
three connectors into the respective ports on the computer. Repeat the same procedure for all other computers.
a. PS/2 computer --- Plug PS/2 mouse connector to computer mouse port and PS/2 keyboard connector to computer keyboard
port. Do not hot plug PS/2 port. If you must do that make sure PS/2 mouse is plugged in first then the PS/2
keyboard.
Figure 2-2. 3-in-1 HDDB-15 Cable, 3m (MMK-DD10)
b. USB computer --- Plug in USB connector. This single USB connector can handle both keyboard and mouse data, it work as a
standard HID (Human Interface Device) no extra driver needed.
Figure 2-3. HDDB-15 / VGA + USB Cable, 3m (MMK-DB10)
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2.3 Optional Module Installation
IP Module
Please refer to “MMK-IPM Owner's Manual” for details.
IP Remote Console
Installation: Power off the KVM switch first. Remove the cover of the add-on slot, slide in the IP module and make sure the module is
fully inserted into the slot.
The IP module redirects local keyboard, mouse and video data to a remote administration console. It allows you to control one or many
computers locally at the server site or remotely via the Internet using a standard browser.
Figure 2-4. IP Module Installation
2.4
Power ON
Check Connections and Plug In Power Supply
Double check to ensure all cables / connectors are properly connected. Visually check the color of keyboard and mouse connector to
make sure the keyboard and mouse cables are connected to the proper ports.
Plug in the power supply to the KVM switch and plug the AC power plug into the electrical receptacle. Now you will see the LED of
Port 1 light up and hear a "beep" sound.
Recommend Power ON sequence as follows: Monitor, KVM Switch, finally Computer.
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2.5 Daisy Chain Connection
Use one end of the daisy chain cable to connect to the Daisy Chain port of Master KVM switch and connect the other end of the daisy
chain cable to the Local Console port of the next Slave KVM switch. Please repeat the connection procedures for next Slave KVM
switch. You can daisy chain a maximum of eight banks.
Figure 2-6. Daisy Chain Connection
The console OSD menu will show only the port information of the master KVM switch. When the master unit starts up, it will query all
daisy chained Slave units, and automatically set up the Bank ID for each Slave unit.
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3. Usage
When you power on the KVM switch, it will prompt a Login window waiting for inputting user name and password. Please refer to
“Hotkeys and OSD manual” for details.
3.1 Front panel PC port LED Indication:
8 Ports
Figure 3-1. Front Panel
There are two LEDs for each port:
• “
P” power: the Green LED on indicating a Computer is connected to the port. Notice the PC99 Computer always power on the
PS/2 ports even if the Computer is not powered on, so the Green LED will turn on.
• “
O” online: the Red LED on indicates the port has been selected. The Red LED will flash if there is no Computer connected to
the port.
• Press the “BANK” button and the port button simultaneously to reset the KVM switch.
3.2 Hot plug
The KVM Switch supports “Hot Plug” function for non-PS/2 connectors. You may Hot Plug the USB mouse or USB keyboard as you
like.
Note:
• DO NOT hot plug PS/2 port.
• S
ome O.S. (Operation Systems) like SCO Unix or Linux do not support “Hot Plug” function. If you apply “Hot Plug” to this kind
of O.S., it will cause unpredictable behavior or shut down the Computer. Before attempting to use “Hot Plug”, please make
sure your O.S. and mouse software driver support the “Hot Plug” function.
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4. Hotkey
You can also conveniently command the KVM switch by switching ports through simple key sequences. The default hot key is SCROLL
LOCK and the user can change the hot key at their convenience by accessing the OSD menu and changing the default hot key.
To send commands to the KVM switch, the SCROLL LOCK key must be pressed twice within 2 seconds. You will hear a beep for confirmation and the keyboard will switch to Hotkey mode. Then enter a command in 2 seconds. If during Hotkey mode no key has been
pressed in over 2 seconds the Hotkey mode will be aborted and return to Operation System control state.
A Command should be issued in Hotkey mode in 2 seconds.
Figure 4-1. Hotkey
Command
Function
Space bar
Active OSD

Previous Channel

Next Channel
[1.2,…,8] bank,
First digit bank number start with 1
Second and third digits port number start with “01”
PgUp
Previous bank
PgDn
Next bank
“B”
Turn on / off beeper
“S”
Auto Scan
“U”
Console Security “ON” to “OFF”
“P”
User logout / login
“R”
OSD setting back to factory default value
“L”
Turn on / off power saving
Table 4-1. Hotkey
Example: Hitting Scroll Lock twice then hitting key 1, key 0, and key 1 will switch to bank 1 port 01. The first port is local at bottom
right at the back panel.
Figure 4-1. Hotkey Example
There are two methods to activate the OSD menu.
1. Activate OSD by Mouse
Holding the left mouse button, pressing and releasing the ESC key will activate the Port Display.
Holding the right mouse button, pressing and releasing the ESC key will activate the OSD.
2. Activate the OSD by pressing Hotkey twice, then pressing Space Bar.
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5. OSD (On Screen Display)
On Screen Display Menu provides a menu driven interface to handle a Multilingual Menu, Access Security, Computer switching process, naming a PC or server, setting up the password/window display time and to search a PC port name.
It allows two console users to access the same PC but only one of the users will be linked to the PC, the others user can only view the
same PC.
This OSD Menu has a 3 tiered dialog window:
1. Login Window --- When powering on the MMK-KVM8 switch, it will prompt a login window and ask for user name and password. This KVM system can setup one SUPERVISOR and eight USERS. SUPERVISOR user name and password must be established before other USER accounts can be set-up and OSD access granted. When you login as SUPERVISOR, please go to USER
SECURITY to set up one new SUPERVISOR or USERS. SUPERVISOR can access all Main menu options. USER can access PORT
NAME and PORT SEARCH for switching. 2. Port Name--- port switching using OSD
3. Main Menu--- 8 menus to operate this KVM switch
MAIN MENU
Function
01 LANGUAGE
OSD Language Change
02 PORT NAME EDIT
PORT NAME Modification
03 PORT SEARCH
Quick Searching By Port Name
04 USER SECURITY
Change Password
05 ACCESS LIST
Define User Access Authority 06 HOT KEY
Change Hotkeys
07 TIME SETTINGS
Modify SCAN Time Interval
08 OSD MOUSE Modify OSD MOUSE Speed
Table 5-1. OSD Main Menu
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5.1 Login Window
Figure 5-1. Login Window
Turn on local console monitor and there will be a login window on screen. No input for username and password over 1 minute at login
window will cause the monitor’s signal to turn off. The default SUPERVISOR user name is eight zero digits “00000000 “. The password is eight zero digits “00000000 “.
After login on or port switch either by panel button, OSD, or Hotkey, the screen will display the following information, one digit
BANK NUMBER, two digit PORT NUMBER, PORT NAME and current Hotkey, any input or mouse movement will return the screen
back to PC.
Figure 5-2. Login Window
Security Logout
No input for username and password over 1 minute at the login window will cause the console monitor’s signal to turn off. At normal operation, no input from console keyboard or mouse movement over 10 minutes will cause the KVM switch to turn off the
screen display then go to the Login Window and prompt user name and password.
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5.2 Port Name
Figure 5-3. Port Name
OSD Function Key
Description
F1
Go to Main Menu
F2
CONSOLE OFF
F3
Previous Menu
Enter
Switch to Selected Port
/
Move Select
PgUp
Previous Bank
PgDn
Next bank
Esc
Quit
1
Show port 01 ~ 08
2
Show port 09 ~ 16
3
Show port 17 ~ 24
4
Show port 25 ~ 32
Table 5-2. OSD Function Key
CONSOLE OFF – logout so the next person needs to enter user name and password in order to do operation on this KVM system
USER: There are two type of user SUPERVISOR and USER. SUPERVISOR can setup the change the OSD settings at Main Menu.
USER can do Port switch and Port Search only.
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5.3 Main Menu
Figure 5-4. Main Menu
OSD Function Key
Description
Enter
Select
/
Move
F1
Go to Main Menu
F2
Console off
F3
Back
Esc
Exit
Table 5-3. OSD Function Key
5.3.1 LANGUAGE
The default language is ENGLISH. Move the cursor by keyboard -- "Up Arrow" key and the "Down Arrow" key – or mouse to select language as you need.
Figure 5-5. Language
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5.3.2 PORT NAME EDIT
Figure 5-6. Port Name Edit
OSD Function Key
Description
Enter
Port Name Edit
/
Move
F1
Go to Main Menu
F2
Console off
F3
Back
Esc
Exit
1
Show port 01 ~ 08
2
Show port 09 ~ 16
3
Show port 17 ~ 24
4
Show port 25 ~ 32
Table 5-4. OSD Function Key
The first line bar is Bank number, following lines are the port name list.
Use Up Arrow key “”, Down Arrow key “” or OSD MOUSE to move. After you have selected the PC port already, you can either
press the ENTER Key, or Move the cursor to the PC name. Double click the left mouse button to switch the PC port immediately.
Press PgUp key or PgDn key for selecting previous or next Bank.
Press the Up Arrow key “” or the Down Arrow key ”” to select “SYSTEM 02“ Press the ENTER key to switch current PC port to
PC port 2, or move the cursor to "SYSTEM 02" and double click the left mouse button to switch current PC port to PC port 2.
Press the “INS” key or click the right mouse button for editing PC name. Press the “ESC” key to cancel editing PC name without any change or the ENTER key to complete the new PC name.
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5.3.3 PORT SEARCH
P O
R T
E N
T E R
S E A R C H
N A M E
X
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Figure 5-7. Port Search
OSD Function Key
Description
Enter
Start Port Search
F1
Go to Main Menu
F2
Console off
F3
Back
Esc
Exit
Table 5-5. OSD Function Key
Search the computer by port name. Enter “*” to show all the port names.
5.3.4 USER SECURITY
At USER SERCURITY of OSD can setup one SUPERVISOR and eight ADMINISTRATORS all with 8 digits name and password.
Figure 5-8. User Security
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OSD Function Key
Description
Enter
Enter user name
/
Move
F1
Go to Main Menu
F2
Console off
F3
Back
Esc
Exit
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Table 5-6. OSD Function Key
Press “ENTER” key to get USERS list. The left column “S” means SUPERVISOR and “1”, “2”,“3”,…., “8” mean ADMINISTRATOR.
The maximum NAME is eight characters (A~Z and 0~9) and PASSWORD is eight characters maximum (A~Z and 0~9). 5.3.5 ACCESS LIST
Figure 5-9. Access List
OSD Function Key
Description
Enter
Select
/
Move
F1
Go to Main Menu
F2
Console off
F3
Back
Esc
Exit
Table 5-7. OSD Function Key
Only SUPERVISOR can set up the ACCESS LIST. The first column is the PC name list and the following 8 columns are the access
rights of each ADMINISTRATOR. Use OSD MOUSE or ENTER key to activate / deactivate the access right of each port. “X” means
access disabled and “O” means access enabled.
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5.3.6 HOTKEY
Figure 5-10. Hotkey
OSD Function Key
Description
Enter
Select
/
Move
F1
Go to Main Menu
F2
Console off
F3
Back
Esc
Exit
Table 5-8. OSD Function Key
Some keyboards may not be equipped with all the special keys. Make sure the key you select is available in your keyboard.
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5.3.7 TIME SETTINGS
Figure 5-11. Time Settings
OSD Function Key
Description
Enter
Save
F1
Go to Main Menu
F2
Console off
F3
Back
Esc
Exit
Table 5-9. OSD Function Key
The “SCAN TIME: 10 SEC” means that the scan interval from one PC port to the next PC port. The default SCAN time is 10 seconds
and the maximum scan time is 99 seconds, and USER cannot use the number pad. Press “ENTER” key to save SCAN TIME
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5.3.8 OSD MOUSE
You can change the move speed of mouse cursor in this item. There are three levels you can choose in it. The fastest move speed is
“FAST”, the second is “MIDDLE” and the slowest is “SLOW”. Using "” and “ ” key on keyboard to move highlight bar and select
what move speed you want to use. After press ENTER Key, the mouse cursor move speed will change.
Figure 5-12. OSD Mouse
OSD Function Key
Description
Enter
Save
/
Move
F1
Go to Main Menu
F2
Console off
F3
Back
Esc
Exit
Table 5-10. OSD Function Key
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6. Troubleshooting
1.The computer boots up, but the keyboard doesn’t work
• P
S/2 keyboard or PS/2 mouse port is not designed for Hot Plug. USB mouse and keyboard can Hot Plug, but need to wait a
few seconds for Computer bus emulations.
• D
on’t press any keys on the keyboard while the selected computer is booting up. Otherwise it might cause a keyboard
error or keyboard is not detected at Host side.
• Make sure the keyboard works when directly plugged into the computer.
• Try a different keyboard, but use only 101, 102 or 104-key keyboard.
2.The Mouse is not detected during PC boot up
• Make sure to plug in mouse first, then plug in keyboard.
• Make sure the USB or PS/2 mouse works when directly plugged into the computer.
• Avoid moving the mouse or pressing the mouse buttons when switching ports.
3.No video signal display on the remote monitor
4. VGA resolution output mismatch with the monitor’s
• Check that all VGA cables & connectors, CAT5 cable & connector are firmly connected.
• T
he KVM switch will provide DDC information to all the PC VGA board. If both the local console’s monitor and KVM switch
are turned on before the PC boot up, or if the PC boot up faster then the KVM switch, the PC miss the DDC (Data Display
Channel) information that causes the VGA resolution output mismatch with the monitor’s.
In this case, please turn off the PC wait few minute then turn on again.
7. Certifications
FCC
his equipment has been tested and found to comply with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conT
ditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference
2. This device must accept any interference received. Including interference that may cause undesired operation.
CE
This equipment is in compliance with the requirements of the following regulations: EN 55 022: CLASS B.
RoHS
All contents of this package, including products, packing materials and documentation comply with RoHS.
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MMK-KVM8
Modular KVM Switch for
LCD Console Use
Owner’s Manual
Limited Warranty
All products manufactured by Atlas Sound are warranted to the original dealer/installer, industrial or commercial purchaser to be free
from defects in material and workmanship and to be in compliance with our published specifications, if any. This warranty shall extend
from the date of purchase for a period of three years on all Atlas Sound products, including SOUNDOLIER brand, and ATLAS SOUND
brand products except as follows: one year on electronics and control systems; one year on replacement parts; and one year on Musician Series stands and related accessories. Additionally, fuses and lamps carry no warranty. Atlas Sound will solely at its discretion,
replace at no charge or repair free of charge defective parts or products when the product has been applied and used in accordance with
our published operation and installation instructions. We will not be responsible for defects caused by improper storage, misuse (including failure to provide reasonable and necessary maintenance), accident, abnormal atmospheres, water immersion, lightning discharge,
or malfunctions when products have been modified or operated in excess of rated power, altered, serviced or installed in other than a
workman like manner. The original sales invoice should be retained as evidence of purchase under the terms of this warranty. All warranty returns must comply with our returns policy set forth below. When products returned to Atlas Sound do not qualify for repair or
replacement under our warranty, repairs may be performed at prevailing costs for material and labor unless there is included with the
returned product(s) a written request for an estimate of repair costs before any non-warranty work is performed. In the event of replacement or upon completion of repairs, return shipment will be made with the transportation charges collect.
EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT THAT APPLICABLE LAW PREVENTS THE LIMITATION OF CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR PERSONAL
INJURY, ATLAS SOUND SHALL NOT BE LIABLE IN TORT OR CONTRACT FOR ANY DIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL
LOSS OR DAMAGE ARISING OUT OF THE INSTALLATION, USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCTS. THE ABOVE WARRANTY IS
IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
Atlas Sound does not assume, or does it authorize any other person to assume or extend on its behalf, any other warranty, obligation,
or liability. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may have other rights which vary from state to state.
Should your MMK-KVM8 require service, please contact the Atlas Sound warranty department at
1-877-689-8055, ext. 277 to obtain an RA number.
Atlas Sound Tech Support can be reached at 1-800-876-3333.
Visit our web site at www.AtlasSound.com to see other Atlas products.
©2008 Atlas Sound L.P. All rights reserved. Atlas Sound and Strategy Series are trademarks of Atlas Sound L.P.
All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. ATS003332 RevA 1/09
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Telephone: 800.876.3333 • Fax: 800.765.3435
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