User`s Manual
User's Manual
LCD KVM Console Rack Drawer
◘
◘ Features and functions may be added or changed
after the manual was written. Please visit our
website to download the latest version of manual
for reference.
RoHS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION...........................................................................
2
FEATURES....................................................................................
2
PRODUCT TYPE...........................................................................
3
PRODUCT DESIGN......................................................................
Front View...........................................................................
Rear View...........................................................................
Dimensions.........................................................................
3-5
3
4
5
PACKAGE CONTENTS.................................................................
KVM Cable..........................................................................
KVM Power Cable...............................................................
6-7
6
7
OPERATIONS................................................................................
KVM Operation....................................................................
Before Use..........................................................................
During Use..........................................................................
After Use.............................................................................
Hot Plugging.......................................................................
Power On/Off and Reboot...................................................
Assembling & Disassembling..............................................
Standard Rack Installation..................................................
Single Stage Installation.....................................................
Cascade Installation...........................................................
8-14
8
8
8
9
9
9
10
11-12
13
14
OSD OPERATION.........................................................................
OSD Overview.....................................................................
OSD Navigation...................................................................
OSD Main Screen Headings................................................
OSD Functions.....................................................................
15-18
15
15
16
16-18
SAFETY GUIDE.............................................................................. 19
INTRODUCTION
The Serveredge LCD VGA KVM Console Rack Drawer integrates a multi-port KVM switch with a LCD console
while taking up only 1RU height in your server rack.
This Serveredge LCD VGA KVM Console Rack Drawer can control up to 1/8/16 PCs with direct connections
and it can control up to 256 PCs using a 2 level cascade connection.
It is easy and quick to install. Just connect the cables to the correct ports with no need of any software
configuration to get started.
This LCD KVM Console provides two methods to control the computers connected to it:
1. By keyboard hot keys.
2. By OSD operation.
In addition, it also provides a powerful and automatic scanning function to scan and monitor all computers
connected to it.
The LCD KVM Console is the best choice when it comes to saving time and money by allowing you to use one
KVM platform to manage all the computers connected to it. There’s no need for each computer to have its own
keyboard, mouse and monitor, thus saving valuable rack space.
FEATURES
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Control platform with LCD, keyboard, mouse and multi-port KVM switch.
1RU height, compatible with all 19’’ standard cabinets.
17/19’’ LCD screen with high brightness and resolution.
Ultra thin keyboard with keypad.
Mouse touchpad with two function button.
Front panel with lock to prevent damage by accident.
Extra Power adapter.
Automatic power on/off.
An easy to use OSD menu.
One control platform can control 1/8/16 computers with direct connections.
One control platform can control up to 256 computers by 2 level cascading connection.
Compatible with PS/2, USB standard interface.
Supports VGA, SVGA, XGA video input.
Compliant with DDC, DDC2, DDC2B standard and VESA standard.
Supports maximum resolution of 1920 * 1080
Supports multiple operating systems: WIN95/98/98SE/ME/200/XP, WIN 7, WIN NT, UNIX, LINUX.
www.serveredge.com.au
|
2
|
PRODUCT TYPE
Model No.
IP Access
Solution
SED-KLVGA-0117
17" LCD KVM Console Rack Drawer - Single Port USB/PS2/VGA
SED-KLVGA-0119
19" LCD KVM Console Rack Drawer - Single Port USB/PS2/VGA
SED-KLVGA-0817
17" LCD KVM Console Rack Drawer - 8 Port KVM USB/PS2/VGA
SED-KLVGA-0819
19" LCD KVM Console Rack Drawer - 8 Port KVM USB/PS2/VGA
SED-KLVGA-1617
17" LCD KVM Console Rack Drawer - 16 Port KVM USB/PS2/VGA
SED-KLVGA-1619
19" LCD KVM Console Rack Drawer - 16 Port KVM USB/PS2/VGA
SED-KLVGA-0119IP
19" LCD KVM Console Rack Drawer - Single Port USB/PS2/VGA With IP Access
SED-KLVGA-0819IP
19" LCD KVM Console Rack Drawer - 8 Port KVM USB/PS2/VGA With IP Access
SED-KLVGA-1619IP
19" LCD KVM Console Rack Drawer - 16 Port KVM USB/PS2/VGA With IP Access
PRODUCT DESIGN
Front View
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Handle
Lock
Front panel
LCD screen
Rear mounting ears
LCD OSD control key
Front mounting ear
Mouse touchpad
Guide
Lock hole
www.serveredge.com.au
|
3
|
Rear View
SED-KLVGA-0117 / SED-KLVGA-0119 (with IP module)
SED-KLVGA-0817 / SED-KLVGA-0819 (with IP module)
SED-KLVGA-1617 / SED-KLVGA-1619 (with IP module)
1 2 3 4
5
6
1. Restoring IP Module to Default
• Plug a needle or a ballpoint pen into the hole to restore the IP module to default setting.
2. RJ45 Port
• CAT5e/6/6a UTP can be plugged into this port for establishing a connection with the the LAN including
the controlling computer.
3. IP Module Reset
• If the IP module is not responding, plug a needle or a ballpoint pen into the hole to reset it.
4. Power Jack
• The DC 9V~12V power supply cable plugs into this jack.
5. USB Port
• For plugging in your USB keyboard and mouse.
6. Computer Port
• Port to connect computers
Note: For operation of IP Module, please refer to the related user manuals.
www.serveredge.com.au
|
4
|
Dimensions
17 inch model
19 inch model
www.serveredge.com.au
|
5
|
PACKAGE CONTENTS
Packaging Includes
ITEM
Q’TY
LCD KVM Console Rack Drawer
1
KVM Cable with VGA, USB and
PS/2 connectors
1
AC Power Cable
1
User Manual
1
Quick Install Guide
1
KVM Cable
Cable Type
USB and PS/2 Cable
Application Type
All
KVM Port
PC or Server Port
VGA port (For KVM
Keyboard, mouse
and monitor)
VGA, Keyboard, Mouse
(Standard USB & PS/2
Interface)
PC or Server Port Side
KVM Port Side
USB and PS/2 Cable
www.serveredge.com.au
|
6
|
KVM Power Cable
Cable Type
AC Power Cable
Note
3 Plugs of National
Standard
AC Power Cable
www.serveredge.com.au
|
7
|
Voltage Range
Machine Type
100~240V
All
OPERATIONS
KVM Operation
Before Use
• Make sure all the devices are safely grounded.
• Make sure the KVM cable and power cable are connected correctly.
During Use
• Pull the KVM completely out of the cabinet, the rail guides will automatically lock and the power will turn on.
• Release front lock. As shown below:
•
To open the front panel the LCD can be flipped up to 120 degrees as shown below:
•
Press the LCD power key to turn the LCD on.
www.serveredge.com.au
|
8
|
After Use
•
•
•
•
Press the LCD power key to turn the LCD off.
Close the LCD panel and lock the front panel.
Release guide locks.
Push the KVM completely back into the cabinet to power it off.
Hot Plugging
The KVM control platform supports hot plugging. It can be connected and disconnected without powering off.
Please follow the steps below:
When hot plugging PC port:
1. The connecting cable must be plugged into the port from which it is pulled out.
2. Plug the mouse before the keyboard.
Power On/Off and Reboot
Power on:
1. Connect the computers to the KVM switch;
2. Power on the KVM switch;
3. Power on the computers.
Reboot:
If the KVM switch does not respond, just press the reset button on the panel.
www.serveredge.com.au
|
9
|
Assembling & Disassembling
The device can be assembled and disassembled as following.
1.
3.
2.
4.
www.serveredge.com.au
|
10
|
Standard Rack Installation
1.
Screw the front flange to the rack first. Slide the bars with the rear flange towards the rack until the flanges
make contact with the rack, then screw the rear flanges to the rack.
2.
Slide the switch onto the support flanges. Use the screws supplied with this package to loosely attach the
front of the switch to the front of the rack.
www.serveredge.com.au
|
11
|
3. Slide the rear attachment sliding brackets along the slide bars until they contact the rear of the switch.
4. Use the screws supplied in the box to attach the bars to the rear of the switch.
www.serveredge.com.au
|
12
|
Single Stage Installation
To set up your installation, do the following:
1. Plug in the KVM port side of the cable into one of the ports located on the LCD KVM console
rear panel.
2. At the PC or Server Port side of the cable, plug the keyboard, mouse (only plug either USB or
PS/2, not both), video cables into their respective ports on the computer.
3. Plug the power adapter cable into the switch’s power jack, then plug the power adapter into an AC
power source.
4. Repeat step 1-3 for any other computers you are connecting.
This completes the single stage installation, and you can turn on the power to the computers.
NOTE: The LCD KVM switch initially links to computer connected to the first CPU port.
www.serveredge.com.au
|
13
|
Cascade Installation
To set up cascade installation, do the following:
1. Set up single installation as mentioned in SINGLE STAGE INSTALLATION.
2. Connect one end of HDB15 cable to IN port of upper KVM, and the other end to OUT
port of lower KVM.
This completes the cascade installation, and you can turn on the power to the computers.
NOTE: The LCD KVM switch initially links to computer connected to the first CPU port
www.serveredge.com.au
|
14
|
OSD OPERATIONS
OSD Overview
The On Screen Display (OSD) is used to handle all computer control and switching procedures. All
procedures start from the OSD main menu. To pop up the main menu, tap [Ctrl] twice.
If OSD menu is set as “console locked”, you must input password each time the main menu appears. If no
password has been set, just press [Enter] to show main menu.
Note: There are two passwords in OSD. One is user password which is initially empty. And the other is
supervisor password which is “admin”.
OSD menu interface is shown as below:
Note: OSD always starts in List View, with the highlight bar at the same
position it was in the last time it was closed.
OSD Navigation
To dismiss OSD, press [Esc].
To move up and down through the list one line at a time, use the Up and Down Arrow Keys. If there are more
list entries than what can appear on the main screen, the screen will scroll.
To activate a port, move the highlight bar to it then press [Enter].
After selecting a port, the OSD menu automatically disappears and a blue tip window appears to indicate the
port currently selected.
www.serveredge.com.au
|
15
|
OSD Main Screen Headings
Heading
Explanation
PN
This column lists the port numbers for all the CPU ports on
the installation. The simplest method to access a particular
computer is to move the highlight bar to it, then press [Enter].
QV
If a port has been selected for Quick View scanning, an
arrowhead symbol displays in this column to indicate so.
PC
The computers that are powered on and are on line have an
arrowhead symbol in this column to indicate so.
NAME
If a port has been given a name, its name appears in this
column.
OSD Functions
OSD functions are used to configure and control the OSD. For example, you can: rapidly switch to any port;
scan selected ports only; limit the list you wish to view; designate a port as a Quick View Port; create or edit
a port name; or make OSD setting adjustments.
F1 GOTO:
GOTO allows you to switch directly to a port either by keying in the port’s name or its port number.
To use NAME method, move highlight bar to “NAME”, press [Enter], input name of a port, then press [Enter]
to confirm.
To use PN method, move highlight bar to “PN”, press [Enter], input port number, then press [Enter] to switch.
If the port number is invalid, it will remind the user to input again.
To switch to other BANK, move highlight bar to “BANK”, press [Enter], input bank number, then press [Enter]
to switch to the specified bank. If the bank is invalid, it will remind the user to input again.
Note: When keying name, if there is a matching name, the matched name will appear on the screen, just
press [Enter] to switch to that port.
To return to main menu, press [Esc].
F2 SCAN
The SCAN function can automatically scan from current selected port, the scan interval can be set by users.
When scanning, a small window on the screen indicates the current port number. Press [Space] to stop
scanning, and the KVM switches to the port last scanned.
www.serveredge.com.au
|
16
|
F3 LIST
The LIST function lets you broaden or narrow the scope of which ports the OSD displays on the main
screen.
Many of the OSD functions only operate on the computers that have been selected for listing on the main
screen with this function. The choices and their meanings are given in the table below:
Choice
Meaning
ALL
Lists all of the ports on the installation.
QVIEW
Lists only the ports that have been selected as Quick View Ports.
POWERED ON
Lists only the ports that have their attached computers powered on.
POWERED ON +
QVIEW
Lists only the ports that have their attached computers powered on and have
been selected as Quick View Ports.
QVIEW + NAME
Lists only the ports that have been selected as Quick View Ports and have name.
NAME
Lists only the ports that have names.
Move the highlight bar to the choice you want, then press [enter]. An icon appears before the choice to
indicate that it is the currently selected one.
After you make your choice and press [Enter], you return to the OSD main screen with the newly formulated
list displayed.
F4 QV
QV function can select port as Quick View. Move the highlight bar to a port, press [F4], an icon of up triangle
appears. Press [F4] again, the icon disappears.
F5 EDIT
EDIT function creates or edits the name of a port. Press [F5], a pink edit box will appear on the screen. Input
name, and then press [Enter], the port is set a name and it will also appear on the screen.
F6 SET
SET function configures the OSD menu. Move the highlight bar to an option, press [Enter] to enter a setting
option.
CHANNEL DISPLAY MODE: Mode of small tip window.
Choice
Meaning
PN + NAME
Tip window displays port number and port name.
PN
Tip window displays port number.
NAME
Tip window displays port name.
Move the highlight bar to an option and press [Enter] to select it.
CHANNEL DISPLAY DURATION: Time the tip window last.
Options are following:
• 3 SECOND The tip window lasts for 3seconds.
• ALWAYS ON The tip window always on the screen.
Move the highlight bar to an option and press [Enter] to select it.
CHANNEL DISPLAY POSITION: Position of the tip window.
A small blue window appears on the screen. Use arrow key to move it, then press [Enter] to specify the
position.
www.serveredge.com.au
|
17
|
SCAN DURATION: Duration for scanning one port。
Options are 3 seconds, 5 seconds, 10 seconds, 15 seconds, 20 seconds, 30 seconds, 40 seconds, 60
seconds. Move the highlight bar to an option and press [Enter] to select it.
OSD ACTIVATING HOTKEY: Select OSD activating hotkey。
• [Ctrl] [Ctrl] Set hotkey as [Ctrl] [Ctrl].
• [Scroll] [Scroll] Set hotkey as [Scroll] [Scroll].
• [Shift] [Shift] Set hotkey as [Shift] [Shift].
• [Alt] [Alt] Set hotkey as [Alt] [Alt].
Move the highlight bar to an option and press [Enter] to select it.
SET PASSWORD: Set new password.
First enter old password, then enter new password and confirm it. The new password is set. If error occurs,
the screen will remind users.
CLEAR THE NAME LIST: Clear the names of port list.
You need to enter password to clear the names of port list.
RESTORE DEFAULT VALUE: Restore settings to default value.
You need to enter password to Restore settings to default value.
Note: The user password will also be cleared, and the factory password will not.
LOCK CONSOLE: Lock the console.
You cannot switch or scan after you lock the console (including switch by push button on the panel or OSD).
You need to enter password to set.
Note: After Locking the console, you can also unlock the console by this option. It also needs password
verification.
www.serveredge.com.au
|
18
|
SAFETY GUIDE
• Please follow the directions below when installing, using and maintaining in order to keep the device in
working order
• When installing and operating the device, please make sure to have the proper power supply first, and then
resume operations after it is initialized.
• As signal and power transfer both need custom cables, please use matching cables as unmatched cables
may cause system work improperly or even damage the device.
• Keep it in a space with sufficient airflow during operating to prevent high temperatures.
• Keep the device away from wet environments to prevent short circuits.
• Please do not open the device without professional permission.
www.serveredge.com.au
|
19
|
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising