SYBA SY-KVM20107 User manual

SYBA SY-KVM20107 User manual
 2/4-Port USB KVM with USB 2.0 Hub and Audio User Manual
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FCC Statement
This device generates and uses radio frequency and may cause interference to radio and television reception if not installed and
used properly. This has been tested and found to comply with the limits of a Class B computing device in accordance with the
specifications in Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These specifications are designed to provide reasonable protection against such
interference in a residential installation. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this device does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by plugging the device
in and out, the user can try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
o. Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
e Increase the separation between the device and receiver.
o Connect the computer into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
o Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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Index
INTRODUCTION 3
1.1 FEATURES 3
1.2 PHYSICAL DIAGRAM 4
1.3 PACKAGE CONTENTS 4
SPECIFICATIONS 5
2.1 GENERAL 5
2.2 LED INDICATORS 6
INSTALLATION 7
3.1 SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS 7
3.2 HARDWARE INSTALLATION 7
33 USB ENUMERATION TIME 8
3.4 NOTICE FOR SUN MICRO SYSTEM USER 8
35 DRIVER INSTALLATION 9
3.5.1 OS without driver installation 9
3.5.2 Windows 98/SE 9
OPERATIONS 12
4.1 PUSH BUTTON OPERATION 12
4.2 HOST SELECTION 12
42.1 HOT KEY SUPPORT 12
42.2 SPECIFIC CHANNEL SELECTION 12
4.2.3 CHANNEL SHIFT FUNCTION 12
4.2.4 HOST SELECTED INDICATOR 12
4.3 USB HUB SELECTION 13
43.1 USB HUB SWITCH BY PUSH BUTTON 13
432 HoT KEY SWITCH FOR USB HUB SELECTION 13
4.33 HUB SELECTED INDICATOR 14
4.4 AUDIO SELECTION 14
44.1 AUDIO AUTO-SWITCH FUNCTION 14
442 HOTKEY SWITCH FOR AUDIO SELECTION 14
4.5 AUTO-SCAN FUNCTION: AUTO-SCAN FUNCTION: 15
4.5.1 ACTIVATE AUTO-SCAN 15
4.5.2 AUTO-SCAN TIME INTERVAL 15
453 STOP AUTO-SCAN 15
4.6 HOT KEY SUMMARY 16
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1 Introduction
Thank you for purchasing of 2/4-Port USB KVM with USB 2.0 Hub Audio.
You now have a high quality and durability system to control multiple
computers/servers from one console (Mouse, Keyboard, Monitor, Microphone and
Speaker).
1.1 Features
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Controls 2 or 4 computers from a single console (keyboard/mouse) over USB connection
by using standard USB cables.
Supports USB keyboard/mouse.
Compliant with USB Specification Revision 2.0 and USB Device Class Definition
for HID Revision 1.11.
Four computers can share two USB downstream ports.
Supports two types of switching:
a. Push button on front panel
b. Hot keys on USB keyboard
LED display for easy status monitoring.
Supply Microsoft Intellimouse 3 ~ 5 Key Mouse & Microsoft Natural Keyboard Pro
series.
Supports VGA interface.
Supports WUXGA resolutions up to 1920 x 1200 @ 60HZ.
Supports Windows 98/98SE/2000/ME/XP/VISTA/7/2003, Linux, MAC OS9/0SX,
SUNMICRO Solaris 8 or later.
Provide USB HUB switching in independent method or combination with the host
switching (USB HUB Auto-Switch mode).
Provide audio switching in independent method or combination with the host
switching (enable/disable by hotkey).
Auto-Scan function (Time interval can be adjusted between 5-20 seconds when the
Auto-Scan function is enabled).
Plug and Play ( Windows 98/SE users might need your Windows CD to install the
HID driver for USB keyboard/mouse.) |
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1.2 Physical Diagram
USB Keyboard
USB Mouse
1.3 Package Contents
The product you purchased should contain the equipment and accessories shown
as follows:
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2-Port or 4-Port USB KVM with USB 2.0 Hub and Audio x 1 pes.
VGA+USB cable x 2 pcs/4 pes.
3.5mm audio cable x 2 pcs/4 pcs.
External power adaptor DC 5V 2A x 1 pcs
User Manual x 1 pcs
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2 Specifications
2.1 General
pecification
Number Of Computer Controlled
2
Selection Method
Push Button/Hot Key
LEDs
Host Selected LED (RED)
HUB Selected LED (Green)
Auto Switch & Auto Scan LED (Green)
Compliant with USB Version
USB1.0/USB1.1/USB2.0
Compliant with HID Version USB HID 1.11
Video 2 x VGA WUXGA male 4 x VGA WUXGA male
USB 2 x USB Type B female 4 x USB Type B female
PC Connectors :
Microphone |2 x Audio Jack Female (Pink) a vM Female
нак 2 x Audio Jack Female 4 x Audio Jack Female
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1 x VGA WUXGA
Video 1 x VGA WUXGA female —
Mouse 1 x USB Type A female 1 x USB Type A female
Console port Keyboard 1 x USB Type A female 1 x USB Type A female
Microphone 1 x Audio Jack Female (Pink) E. ER do female
TA 1 x Audio Jack Female 1 x Audio Jack Female
Р (Сгееп) (Green)
USB Downstream ports
2 x USB Type A female
Auto-Scan Interval
5,10,15,20 sec
DDC,DDC2 monitor
Yes (support DDC 2B, max resolution up to 1920 x
1200)
Operating system supported
Win 98/98SE/ME/2000/XP/Vista/7/2003,
Mac OS9/X, Linux, Sun Micro OS
Cables Included
2 sets of USB, VGA and audio|4 sets of USB, VGA
cable and audio cable
Cable Length
1.8M
Power By External Adaptor
Output Voltage 5V
Output Current 2A
Hot Pluggable Yes
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Device driver No
Dimensions (LxWxH) 155 x 80 x 44 mm 220 x 80 x 44 mm
Unit Weight 5229 715g
2.2 LED Indicators
e Host Selected Indicators (RED)
ON: Indicates which PC is available and selected.
Flash: Indicates which Host PC is selected but is not available
© Hub Selected Indicators (GREEN)
Indicates which PC is connecting with USB Hub downstream ports..
e Hub auto-switch / Auto-Scan Indicator (GREEN)
ON: Hub Auto-Switch mode is active.
The USB HUB will switch with selected PC.
OFF: Hub Auto-Switch mode is inactive.
The USB HUB is independent and must be switched by hot key.
Flash: Auto-Scan mode is active.
2-Port USB KVM
= Hub Selected LED
Hub Auto — Switch
/Auto Scan LED
&
Host Selected LED
4-Port USB KVM
Hub Auto — Switch
{Auto Scan LED
- Hub Selected LED
Host Selected LED
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Installation
3.1 System Requirements
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Computer: PC with 1 spare USB port and 1 VGA ports. (if you wish to share speakers
and/or microphone, computer must also have available audio ports)
Operating system: Windows 98/98SE/2000/ME/XP/Vista/7/2003, Mac OS9/OSX,
Linux Kernel 2.3 or later, Solaris 8 or later, Sun Microsystems OS.
VGA cable to computer: 1 VGA female-to-male cable per computer. (accessory).
USB cable: 1 USB cable with one Type-A end and one Type-B end per computer.
(accessory)
Audio cable: 1 3.5mm speaker and micphone audio cable per computer. (accessory)
One monitors support VGA interface, and one VGA cables to monitor.
USB keyboard/mouse.
One speaker and micphone with relative cable if necessary.
Other USB device to USB downstream port if necessary.
3.2 Hardware Installation
Hub Auto - Switch
{Auto Scan LED
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Hub Selected LED USB Downstream Port
Host Selected LED For Other Devices
Push Button
USB USB
Reset Button Keyboard Mouse
Connects USB keyboard/mouse to the console front ports of KVM.
Connects all audio cable to each computer, KVM, speaker and micphone if necessary.
Connects other USB devices to USB Hub downstream ports 1f necessary.
Connects the monitor VGA cable to the monitor output port of KVM.
Apply DC 5V power adaptor to power this KVM Switch.
Connects the VGA cable between the VGA port on the computer display card and the
VGA input port of KVM.
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7 Make sure that the USB function of your computer is enabled and working properly.
Connects the USB cable Type-A end to the computer USB port, and the cable Type-B
end to the KVM’s USB upstream port.
8 Turn on the computers and make sure that the USB ports are enabled and working
properly.
USB Upstream USB Upstream USB Upstream USB Upstream
Speaker Speaker Speaker
Speaker
Power jack
VGA From VGA From VGA From VGA From VGA To
PC4 PC3 PC2 PC1 Monitor
3.3 USB enumeration time
This KVM Switch supports USB plug & play; all the components can be added
and removed at any time without the need to shut the unit down. However, it will
take several seconds to enumerate USB device, the time consumed depends on the
number of USB devices and the speed of computer.
3.4 Notice for Sun Micro System user
the booting period, if you are using such Sun Microsystems, it is possible that you |
for few minutes, then the login screen will come out.
Since Sun Microsystems does not support multiple keyboard and mouse, please
make sure only one set of keyboard and mouse on your KVM and your Sun
Microsystems computer.
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MIC posv |
Due to some Sun Microsystems do not support the USB 2.0 HUB feature during Т
will see the system show up keyboard detected failed message, screen go to blank |
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3.5 Driver Installation
3.5.1 OS without driver installation
No driver is needed for the following operation systems.
1. Windows ME/2000/2003/XP/VISTA/7/2003
2. MAC OS9/0SX
3. Linux kernel 2.3 or later
4. Sun Microsystems Solaris 8 or later
3.5.2 Windows 98/SE
After you connect this KVM Switch to your PC, Windows 98 will automatically
detect the device and prompt for the driver installation. Please prepare your
Windows 98 CD ready, and install the driver by following the instructions.
Add New Hardware Wizard
A. Press “Next” to Continue.
B. Tick “Search for the best
driver for your device” and
press “Next” to continue.
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Add Now Hardware Wizard
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C. Please insert the
“Windows 98” CD into your
CD-ROM drive. Tick
“CD-Rom drive” and press
“Next” to continue.
D. Press “Next” to start the
installation process.
E. Sometimes Windows
cannot locate the necessary
driver automatically. So you
need to choose “Browse” to
specify the location of the
driver on your “Windows
98” CD manually.
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F. Press “OK” to continue.
G. Press “Finish” to finish
installing the USB Human
Interface Device driver for
keyboard & mouse.
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4 Operations
4.1 Push button Operation
You can switch to any desired USB host connection with audio together by
pushing the push button on the front panel of KVM Switch. You can also disable
Audio Auto-Switch function by Hotkey. Please refer section 4.4.1 Audio
Auto-Switch Function.
4.2 Host Selection
4.2.1 Hot Key Support
The hot key function is working on USB keyboard which is plugged at port
marked with keyboard logo of the KVM. However, there is no hot key support for
USB keyboard which is plugged to the USB Hub downstream ports which locate
on upper part of the KVM.
4.2.2 Specific Channel Selection
You can select the computer you want to control by the following hot keys:
2-Port USB KVM
[Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [1]: Switch control to host 1
[Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [2]: Switch control to host 2
4-Port USB KVM
[Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [1]: Switch control to host 1
[Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [2]: Switch control to host 2
[Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [3]: Switch control to host 3
[Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [4]: Switch control to host 4
4.2.3 Channel Shift Function
M Switch control to previous host:
[Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [Up Arrow]
Bm Switch control to next host
[Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [Down Arrow] or
[Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [Enter]
4.2.4 Host Selected Indicator
The Host Selected LED (Red ) on KVM front panel indicates the host port status:
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m OFF: Indicates the host port is not selected.
@ ON: Indicates the host port is available and selected.
ΠFlash: Indicates the host port is selected but is not available
4.3 USB Hub Selection
4.3.1 USB Hub Switch by Push Button
You must enable Hub Auto-Switch function before you can use push button to
switch USB Hub. There are two ways to toggle Hub Auto-Switch alternatively:
Press any push button on KVM front panel for 3 seconds.
By using hot key: [Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [H]
After Hub Auto-Switch function is enabled, the Hub auto-switch / Auto-Scan
Indicator on front panel will turn ON statically, and USB hub can be switched
along with selection of host port by push button on front panel. The USB hub
switching time is one second later after port switch, the reason to delay the USB
hub switch is to decrease USB enumeration loading if user changes active port
very fast.
4.3.2 Hot Key Switch for USB Hub Selection
If Hub Auto-Switch function is disabled, the USB hub switch is independent
from host port. You can use the following hot keys to switch USB hub to specific
port:
2-Port USB KVM
[Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [Q]: Switch USB hub to port 1
[Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [W]: Switch USB hub to port 2
4-Port USB KVM
[Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [Q]: Switch USB hub to port 1
[Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [W]: Switch USB hub to port 2
[Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [E]: Switch USB hub to port 3
[Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [R]: Switch USB hub to port 4
If Hub Auto-Switch function is enabled, USB hub will be switched along with
selection of host port by Hot Key. In this mode, hot key [Scroll Lock] + [Scroll
Lock] + [Q/W/E/R] for USB hub switching are disabled.
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2-Port USB KVM
[Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [1]: Switch both host and hub to port 1
[Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [2]: Switch both host and hub to port 2
4-Port USB KVM |
[Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [1]: Switch both host and hub to port 1
[Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [2]: Switch both host and hub to port 2
[Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [3]: Switch both host and hub to port 3
[Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [4]: Switch both host and hub to port 4
4.3.3 Hub Selected Indicator
The Hub Selected LED (Green LED) on KVM front panel indicates the USB
hub selection status:
OFF: Indicates the USB hub is not active at this port.
ON: Indicates the USB hub is active at this port.
4.4 Audio Selection
4.4.1 Audio Auto-Switch Function
Press [Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [A], then Audio Auto-Switch function will
be disabled / enabled alternately. Audio Auto-Switch function is ON by default.
4.4.2 Hot Key Switch for Audio Selection
You can use the following hotkeys to switch audio to specific port. There is no any
indicator for audio selection.
2-Port USB K YM
[Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [Z]: Switch audio to port 1
[Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [X]: Switch audio to port 2
4-Port USB KVM
[Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [Z]: Switch audio to port 1
[Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [X]: Switch audio to port 2
[Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [C]: Switch audio to port 3
[Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [V]: Switch audio to port 4
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4.5 Auto-Scan Function: Auto-Scan Function:
4.5.1 Activate Auto-Scan
Press [Scroll Lock] + [Scroll Lock] + [S] will activate Auto-Scan function, and
the KVM will shift the display through all the ports sequentially.
4.5.2 Auto-Scan time Interval |
The default time interval of Auto-Scan is 5 seconds. You can press the numeric key
[1], [2], [3], [4] to adjust the time interval during auto-scan. The mapping table is:
4.5.3 Stop Auto-Scan
Press the SPACE key : The 4-Port USB KVM with USB 2.0 Hub with Audio will
stop the Auto-Scan operation by pressing Space key and will stay in the current
scanning port.
Press any other key on the keyboard : Press any keys on keyboard excluding number
key [1], [2], [3] and [4] to turn off the Auto-Scan function, the monitor screen will
jump back to the original host port before auto-scan.
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4.6 Hot Key Summary 4.7 Sun Microsystems Function Key Emulation:
Step 1 Action There are 16 special functions on the Sun Microsystems keyboard, the KVM Switch can emulate
pot | pe | | Enable/Disable USB HUB Auto-Switch these function keys. Here is the mapping table for Sun Microsystems function key emulation. To
— =. Li poet Switch fo Ñelfi active these emulation, you have to press the LEFT Wien KR first (this key usually is located
a = between the left [Ctrl] and left [Alt]), then choice the second relative key.
eE а Switch to host 2 | |
[sores | | [sare " Switch to host 3 ss... | т.
scroll |scroil | 8 . Sun Microsystems À
jet} == A Switch to host 4 | | EA, Emulation Key
| | | Switch next host
[ser > ;
faa A Switch the upper one host Props L_Win & L_Ctrl
= Switch the next one host | Compose â
= Enable/Disable Audio Auto-Switch Front L_Win 8 F1
y Switch to the audio 1 ne
—— (Available only Audio Auto-Switch disabled) Р
oo { Switch to the audio 2 Find L Win & F3
— = (Available only Audio Auto-Switch disabled) cm
Scroll |serol | El Switch to the audio 3 Again |
led ce (Available only Audio Auto-Switch disabled) TER SEE
pon | joes Switch to the audio 4 Undo
fe sf — (Available only Audio Auto-Switch disabled) Copy
eo : fas | a | Switch to the HUB 1
| (Available only USB Hub Auto-Switch disabled) Paste
[scroll | Scroll Switch to the HUB 2
Е = (Available only USB Hub Auto-Switch disabled) Cut
¡iman | [seroil Switch to the HUB 3 Hel
—— | E (Available only USB Hub Auto-Switch disabled) ий
[sit | = | ‚ Switch to the HUB 4 Power
Poni Peine (Available only USB Hub Auto-Switch disabled)
Ч К Start to Auto-Scan Mute Е
Auto-Scan time interval is 5 seconds Volume Down
(Available only when Auto-Scan function is ON) icons in&3
Auto-Scan time interval is 10 seconds Volume UP L_Win
No [Scroll (Available only when Auto-Scan function is ON)
Lock] needed Auto-Scan time interval is 15 seconds
(Available only when Auto-Scan function is ON)
Auto-Scan time interval is 20 seconds
(Available only when Auto-Scan function is ON)
* Notice: To adjust the interval time for Auto Scan, you do not need to press the
[Scroll Lock], and this can be used only by normal number key.
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