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Target Modules and
User Modules
EN
Installation and Operating Guide
Devices with integrated USB
A9200138-1.01
About this manual
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Version 1.01 – 30/01/2015
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Safety instructions ............................................................................................ 1
Chapter 1: Target modules
Target module »DVI-U-CPU« .......................................................................... 3
Target module »DVI-U-CPU-UC« ................................................................... 7
Target module »DVI-U-CPU-MC2« ............................................................... 11
Target module »DVI-U-CPU-MC2-UC« ........................................................ 16
Target module »DVI-U-CPU-Fiber« ............................................................... 22
Target module »DVI-U-CPU-Fiber-UC« ........................................................ 27
Target module »DP-U-CPU« .......................................................................... 32
Target module »DP-U-CPU-UC« ................................................................... 36
Target module »VGA-U-CPU-UC« ................................................................ 40
Chapter 2: User modules
User module »DVI-U-CON« .......................................................................... 44
User module »DVI-U-CON-MC2« ................................................................. 50
User module »DVI-U-CON-MC4« ................................................................. 57
User module »DVI-U-CON-Fiber« .................................................................. 65
User module »DVI-U-CON-2« ....................................................................... 72
User module »DP-U-CON« ............................................................................ 78
User module »DP-U-CON-2« ......................................................................... 84
Chapter 3: Generic HID
Enabling/disabling the user module’s Generic HID mode .............................. 90
Enabling/disabling the target module’s Generic HID mode ........................... 91
Chapter 4: Extender mode
Opening the on-screen display in extender mode ............................................ 92
Configuration ................................................................................................. 93
Target and user modules (USB) · ii
Safety instructions
Safety instructions
Please read the following safety instructions carefully before you start operating the
G&D product. The instructions well help in avoiding damages to the product and in
preventing possible injuries.
Keep this manual handy for all persons who will be using this product.
Follow all warnings or operating instructions which are on the device or stated in
this user manual.
, Beware of electric shocks
To avoid the risk of electric shock, do not open the device or remove the covers.
If service is required, please contact our technicians.
, Disconnect the main power plug or the power supply before installation
Before installation, ensure that the device has been disconnected from the power
source. Disconnect the main power plug or the power supply of the device.
, Ensure constant access to the power plugs
During the installation of the devices, ensure that the power plugs remain accessible.
, Do not cover the ventilation openings
Ventilation openings prevent the device from overheating. Do not cover them.
! Avoid tripping hazards
Avoid tripping hazards while laying cables.
, Only use a grounded voltage source
Operate this device by using a grounded voltage source.
, Use only the provided G&D power pack
Operate this device with the provided G&D power pack or with the power pack
listed in the manual.
! Operate the device only in designated areas.
The devices are designed for indoor use. Avoid exposure to extreme cold, heat
or humidity.
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Safety instructions
Special instruction for dealing with laser technology
The Fiber devices of the target modules and user modules use components with laser
technology which comply with laser class 1.
They meet the requirements according to EN 60825-1:2007 and EN 608252:2004+A1:2007 as well as U.S. CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11.
LASER CLASS 1
DIN EN 60825-1:2001-11
Invisible laser beam,
avoid exposure with
optical instrumentst
Complies with 21 CFR
1040.10 and 1040.11
Mind the following instructions when dealing with laser beams:
! Avoid eye contact with invisible laser beam
Do not look directly into the beam using optical instruments.
! Always connect optical connections or cover them with protection caps
When not in use, optical connections of the Transmission sockets as well as cable
plugs must always be covered with a connector or a protection cap.
! Only use G&D certified transmission modules
It is not allowed to use transmission modules that do not comply with laser
class 1 according to EN 60825-1:2001-11. By applying such modules, the compliance of the given instructions and recommendations for laser safety cannot be
guaranteed.
The guarantee of complying with all relevant instructions can only be given by
applying original components. The devices must therefore ony be operated
G&D certified transmission modules.
Target and user modules (USB) · 2
A Target modules
Target module »DVI-U-CPU«
With DVI-U-CPU target modules, you can connect a computer with DVI graphics output to a digital matrix switch of the ControlCenter-Digital or the DVICenter series.
Users at the consoles of the matrix switch can access the target module and operate
the connected computer.
The data stream of the USB devices connected to the active user module (DVI-U-CON
and DP-U-CON series only) is transmitted to the computer with up to 16 Mbit/s.
Package contents
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1 × DVI-U-CPU target module
1 × Video cable (DVI-D-SL)
1 × USB device cable
1 × Twin-PS/2 cable
2 × Audio cable
1 × Power pack (12V/24W)
1 × Power cable
Required accessories
 1 × Category 5e (or better) patch cable to connect the target module to the
matrix switch
3 · Target and user modules (USB)
Target module »DVI-U-CPU«
Installation
Connecting target computers
DVI-U-CPU
Keyb.
Mouse
USB K/M
DVI-D CPU
NOTE: Both keyboard and mouse signals can be transmitted to the computer using
the PS/2 or the USB ports.
Keyb.: Use the purple plug of a Twin-PS/2 cable to connect the purple PS/2 socket
(keyboard) to this port.
Mouse: Use the green plug of a Twin-PS/2 cable to connect the green PS/2 socket
(mouse) of the computer to this port.
USB K/M: Use the USB device cable to connect one of the computer’s USB ports to this
port.
DVI-D CPU: Use the video cable to connect the digital video output of the computer to
this port.
Power
Trans.
Service Line In Line Out
Power In
Line In: Use an audio cable to connect the Line-Out interface of the computer to this port.
Line Out: Use an audio cable to connect the Line-In interface of the computer to this port.
Connection to the matrix switch
Trans: Use a category 5e (or better) twisted pair cable to connect this interface to one
of the Dynamic Port (RJ45) provided at the matrix switch.
ADVICE: You can also connect the target module directly to a compatible user module.
Target and user modules (USB) · 4
Target module »DVI-U-CPU«
Power supply
Power In: Plug the power cable of the power pack in this interface. Then connect the
power cable to the power pack and a power outlet.
Status displays
The LED on the back panel of the target module shows the status of the external
power pack:
LED
Status
Meaning
Power
on
The external power pack is connected and the required voltage (12 Volt)
is available.
off
The external power pack is not (properly) connected.
The blinking Transmission LEDs signal the following operating statuses:
LED
Status
Meaning
Yellow
Off
No user module accesses the target module.
On
A user module accesses the target module.
Blinking
The incoming video signal was not detected.
Flashing
No voltage at PS/2 interface or USB bus.
Off
The target module is turned off.
Blinking
The power pack is connected and supplies the required power.
The connection to the matrix switch could not be established.
Flashing
The connection to the matrix switch is established.
No user module is accessing or the computer is turned off.
On
A user module accesses the target module.
A computer is connected and turned on.
Green
Flickering Keyboard and mouse inputs are transmitted by the accessing user module.
The flickering is defined by the user’s inputs.
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Target module »DVI-U-CPU«
Technical data
DVI-U-CPU
Interfaces to
computer:
Video:
1 × DVI-D (Single Link)
Keyboard and mouse signals:
2 × PS/2 socket
1 × USB-B
Audio:
2 × 3,5 mm jack socket
Data transmission
to matrix switch
Data transmission:
1 × RJ45 socket
Transmission length
Max. 140 metres
Video
Resolution @ 60 Hz:
Max. 1920 × 1200 pixels
Colour depth:
24 bits
Pixel rate:
25 MHz to 165 MHz
Vertical frequency:
50 Hz to 180 Hz
Horizontal frequency:
30 kHz to 130 kHz
Norms:
DVI 1.0, E-DDC
Type:
Bi-directional extension
Resolution:
24 Bit
Sampling rate:
96 kHz
Bandwidth:
22 kHz
Specification:
USB 2.0
Transmission type:
transparent
Transmission rate:
Max. 16 Mbit/s
Type:
Power pack(12 V/2 A)
Connection:
1 × Mini-DIN 4 socket
Current consumption:
Max. 500 mA @ 12 VDC
Material:
Anodised aluminium
Dimensions (W × H × D):
105 × 26 × 104 mm
Weight:
Approx. 240 g
Temperature:
+5 to +45 °C
Air humidity:
< 80%, non-condensing
Audio
USB 2.0
Power supply
Casing
Operating
environment
Conformity
CE, RoHS
Target and user modules (USB) · 6
Target module »DVI-U-CPU-UC«
Target module »DVI-U-CPU-UC«
With DVI-U-CPU-UC target modules, you can connect a computer with DVI graphics
output to two different digital matrix switches of the ControlCenter-Digital or the DVICenter series.
Users at the consoles of the matrix switch can access the target module and operate
the connected computer.
The data stream of the USB devices connected to the active user module (DVI-U-CON
and DP-U-CON series only) is transmitted to the computer with up to 16 Mbit/s.
Package contents
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1 × DVI-U-CPU-UC target module
1 × Video cable (DVI-D-SL)
1 × USB device cable
1 × Twin-PS/2 cable
2 × Audio cable
1 × Power pack (12V/24W)
1 × Power cable
Required accessories
 2 × Category 5e (or better) patch cables to connect the target module to
two different matrix switches
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Target module »DVI-U-CPU-UC«
Installation
Connecting the target computer
DVI-U-CPU-UC
Keyb.
Mouse
USB K/M
DVI-D CPU
NOTE: Both keyboard and mouse signals can be transmitted to the computer using
the PS/2 or the USB ports.
Keyb.: Use the purple plug of a Twin-PS/2 cable to connect the purple PS/2 socket
(keyboard) to this port.
Mouse: Use the green plug of a Twin-PS/2 cable to connect the green PS/2 socket
(mouse) of the computer to this port.
USB K/M: Use the USB device cable to connect one of the computer’s USB ports to this
port.
DVI-D CPU: Use the video cable to connect the digital video output of the computer to
this port.
Power
Trans. 1
Trans. 2
Service Line In Line Out
Power In
Line In: Use an audio cable to connect the computer’s Line-Out interface to this port.
Line Out: Use an audio cable to connect the computer’s Line-In interface to this port.
Connections to the matrix switches
IMPORTANT: Only connect one Trans. interface of the target module per matrix
switch.
NOTE: Use category 5e twisted pair cables (or better) to connect the devices.
Trans. 1: Connect this interface to a Dynamic Port (RJ45) of a matrix switch.
Trans. 2: Connect this interface to a Dynamic Port (RJ45) of another matrix switch.
NOTE: You can also connect the target module directly to two compatible user
modules.
Target and user modules (USB) · 8
Target module »DVI-U-CPU-UC«
Power supply
Power In: Plug the power cable of the power pack in this interface. Then connect the
power cable to the power pack and a power outlet.
Status displays
The LED on the back panel of the target module shows the status of the external
power pack:
LED
Status
Meaning
Power
on
The external power pack is connected and the required voltage (12 Volt)
is available.
off
The external power pack is not (properly) connected.
The blinking Transmission LEDs signal the following operating statuses:
LED
Status
Meaning
Yellow
Off
No user module accesses the target module.
On
A user module accesses the target module.
Blinking
The incoming video signal was not detected.
Flashing
No voltage at PS/2 interface or USB bus.
Off
The target module is turned off.
Blinking
The power pack is connected and supplies the required power.
The connection to the matrix switch could not be established.
Flashing
The connection to the matrix switch is established.
No user module is accessing or the computer is turned off.
On
A user module accesses the target module.
A computer is connected and turned on.
Green
Flickering Keyboard and mouse inputs are transmitted by the accessing user module.
The flickering is defined by the user’s inputs.
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Target module »DVI-U-CPU-UC«
Technical data
DVI-U-CPU-UC
Interfaces to
computer:
Video:
1 × DVI-D (Single Link)
Keyboard and mouse signals:
2 × PS/2 socket
1 × USB-B
Audio:
2 × 3.5 mm jack socket
Data transmission
to matrix switches
Interface:
2 × RJ45 sockets
Transmission length
Max. 140 metres
Video
Resolution @ 60 Hz:
Max. 1920 × 1200 pixels
Colour depth:
24 bits
Pixel rate:
25 MHz to 165 MHz
Vertical frequency:
50 Hz to 180 Hz
Horizontal frequency:
30 kHz to 130 kHz
Norms:
DVI 1.0, E-DDC
Type:
Bi-directional extension
Resolution:
24 bits
Sampling rate:
96 kHz
Bandwidth:
22 kHz
Specification:
USB 2.0
Transmission type:
transparent
Transmission rate:
Max. 16 Mbit/s
Type:
Power pack (12 V/2 A)
Connection:
1 × Mini-DIN 4 socket
Current consumption:
Max. 600 mA @ 12 VDC
Material:
Anodised aluminium
Dimensions (W × H × D):
105 × 26 × 104 mm
Weight:
Approx. 260 g
Temperature:
+5 to +45 °C
Air humidity:
< 80%, non-condensing
Audio
USB 2.0
Power supply
Casing
Operating
environment
Conformity
CE, RoHS
Target and user modules (USB) · 10
Target module »DVI-U-CPU-MC2«
Target module »DVI-U-CPU-MC2«
With DVI-U-CPU-MC2 target modules, you can connect a computer with two DVI
graphics outputs (dual-head) to a digital matrix switch of the ControlCenter-Digital or
the DVICenter series.
Users at the consoles of the matrix switch can access the target module and operate
the connected computer.
The data stream of the USB devices connected to the active user module (DVI-U-CON
and DP-U-CON series only) is transmitted to the computer with up to 16 Mbit/s.
IMPORTANT: Only consoles configured for multi-monitor operation via channel
grouping can show the images of both of the computer’s video outputs on separate
monitors.
At consoles with one monitor only, the image of the computer’s second video output is not displayed.
Package contents
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1 × Target module DVI-U-CPU-MC2
2 × Video cable (DVI-D-SL)
1 × USB device cable
1 × Twin-PS/2 cable
2 × Audio cable
1 × Power pack (12V/2A)
1 × Power cable
Required accessories
 2 × Category 5e (or better) twisted pair cables to connect the target module to the
matrix switch
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Target module »DVI-U-CPU-MC2«
Installation
Connecting the target computer
DVI-D CPU 2
Keyb.
Mouse
USB K/M
DVI-D CPU 1
NOTE: Keyboard and mouse signals can be transmitted to the computer using either
the PS/2 interfaces or the USB interface.
Keyb.: Use the purple plug of the Twin-PS/2 cable to connect the computer’s PS/2
keyboard interface to this interface.
Mouse: Use the green plug of the Twin-PS/2 cable to connect the computer’s PS/2
mouse interface to this interface.
USB K/M: Use the USB device cable to connect one of the computer’s USB interfaces
to this interface.
DVI-D CPU 1: Use one of the supplied video cables to connect the computer’s first dig-
ital video output to this interface.
DVI-D CPU 2: Use one of the supplied video cables to connect the computer’s second
Channel 1
Channel 2
digital video output to this interface.
Trans.
Power
Service Line In Line Out
Power In
Line In: Use one of the supplied audio cables to connect the computer’s Line Out
interface to this interface.
Line Out: Use one of the supplied audio cables to connect the computer’s Line In inter-
face to this interface.
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Target module »DVI-U-CPU-MC2«
Connection to the matrix switch
NOTE: Only use category 5e (or better) twisted pair cables to connect the devices.
Trans.|Channel 1: Connect this interface to a Dynamic Port (RJ45) of the matrix
switch.
Trans.|Channel 2: Connect this interface to another Dynamic Port (RJ45) of the matrix
switch.
NOTE: You can also connect the target directly to a compatible user module.
Power supply
Power In: Insert the power pack’s connection cable to this interface.
Start-up
Connect the power cable to the power pack and a power socket.
The target module starts as soon as it is supplied with power. During start-up, the
channels are automatically grouped (see below).
Automatic grouping of channels
When operating the target module for the first time, the matrix switch recognises the
main channel and the target module’s additional channel. The channels are automatically added to a channel group.
The web application uses the following icons to mark the different types of channels:
Main channel: target module icon with »MC« lettering
Video channel: target module icon with blue spot
NOTE: In addition to the data of the KVM main channel, a channel group transmits
up to seven additional video channels and/or one USB 2.0 or RS 232 channel.
In the web application, the list of target modules provides separate entries for
grouped channels. The icon next to the module name shows that the module is
part of a channel group.
Click the icon to get information about the channel group.
NOTE: You can adjust any channel groups that were created automatically or
manually. More information about channel groups is given in the separate manuals of the matrix switch web applications.
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Target module »DVI-U-CPU-MC2«
Status displays
The LED on the back panel of the target module shows the status of the external
power pack:
LED
Status
Meaning
Power
on
The external power pack is connected and the required voltage (12 Volt)
is available.
off
The external power pack is not (properly) connected.
The flashing Transmission LEDs highlight the following operating statuses of the
particular connection:
LED
Status
Meaning
Yellow
Off
No user module accesses the target module.
On
A user module accesses the target module.
Blinking
The incoming video signal was not detected.
Flashing
No voltage at PS/2 interface or USB bus.
Off
The target module is turned off.
Blinking
The power pack is connected and supplies the required power.
The connection to the matrix switch could not be established.
Flashing
The connection to the matrix switch is established.
No user module is accessing or the computer is turned off.
On
A user module accesses the target module.
A computer is connected and turned on.
Green
Flickering Keyboard and mouse inputs are transmitted by the accessing user module.
The flickering is defined by the user’s inputs.
Target and user modules (USB) · 14
Target module »DVI-U-CPU-MC2«
Technical data
DVI-U-CPU-MC2
Interfaces to computer
Video:
2 × DVI-D (single link)
Keyboard and mouse signals
2 × PS/2 socket
1 × USB-B
Audio:
2 × 3,5 mm jack plug
Date transmission to Interface:
matrix switches
Transmission distance:
2 × RJ45 socket
Video
Resolution @ 60 Hz:
Max. 1920 × 1200 pixels
Colour depth:
24 bit
Pixel rate:
25 MHz to 165 MHz
Vertical frequency:
50 Hz to 180 Hz
Horizontal frequency:
30 kHz to 130 kHz
Type:
Bi-directional extension
Resolution:
24 Bit
Refresh rate:
96 kHz
Bandwidth:
22 kHz
Specification:
USB 2.0
Transmission type:
transparent
Transmission rate:
Max. 16 Mbit/s
Type:
Portable power pack (12 V/2 A)
Connector:
1 × Mini-DIN 4 socket
Power input:
Max. 800 mA
Material:
Anodised aluminium
Dimensions (W × H × D):
105 × 46 × 104 mm
Weight:
Approx. 260 g
Temperature:
+5 to +45 °C
Air humidity:
< 80%, non-condensing
Audio
USB 2.0
Power supply
Housing
Operational
environement
Conformity
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Max. 140 metres
CE, RoHS
Target module »DVI-U-CPU-MC2-UC«
Target module »DVI-U-CPU-MC2-UC«
With DVI-U-CPU-MC2-UC target modules, you can connect a computer with two DVI
graphics outputs (dual-head) to two different digital matrix switches of the ControlCenter-Digital or the DVICenter series.
Users at the consoles of the matrix switch can access the target module to operate the
connected computer.
The data stream of the USB devices connected to the active user module (DVI-U-CON
and DP-U-CON series only) is transmitted to the computer with up to 16 Mbit/s.
IMPORTANT: Only consoles configured for multi-monitor operation via channel
grouping can show the images of both of the computer’s video outputs on separate
monitors.
At consoles with one monitor only, the image of the computer’s second video output is not displayed.
Package contents
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1 × Target module DVI-U-CPU-MC2-UC
2 × Video cable (DVI-D-SL)
1 × USB device cable
1 × Twin-PS/2 cable
2 × Audio cable
1 × Power pack (12V/2A)
1 × Power cable
Required accessories
 4 × Category 5e (or better) twisted pair cables to connect the target module to
two different matrix switches
Target and user modules (USB) · 16
Target module »DVI-U-CPU-MC2-UC«
Installation
Connecting the target computer
DVI-D CPU 2
Keyb.
Mouse
USB K/M
DVI-D CPU 1
NOTE: Keyboard and mouse signals can be transmitted to the computer using either
the PS/2 interfaces or the USB interface.
Keyb.: Use the purple plug of the Twin-PS/2 cable to connect the computer’s PS/2
keyboard interface to this interface.
Mouse: Use the green plug of the Twin-PS/2 cable to connect the computer’s PS/2
mouse interface to this interface.
USB K/M: Use the USB device cable to connect one of the computer’s USB interfaces
to this interface.
DVI-D CPU 1: Use one of the supplied video cables to connect the computer’s first dig-
ital video output to this interface.
Channel 1
Channel 2
DVI-D CPU 2: Use one of the supplied video cables to connect the computer’s second
digital video output to this interface.
Power
Trans. 1
Trans. 2
Service Line In Line Out
Power In
Line In: Use one of the supplied audio cables to connect the computer’s Line Out
interface to this interface.
Line Out: Use one of the supplied audio cables to connect the computer’s Line In inter-
face to this interface.
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Target module »DVI-U-CPU-MC2-UC«
Connections to the matrix switches
IMPORTANT: Connect only one of the target module’s Trans. interfaces for each
matrix switch!
NOTE: Only use category 5e (or better) twisted pair cables to connect the devices.
Connecting the first matrix switch
Trans. 1|Channel 1: Connect this interface to a Dynamic Port (RJ45) of the first matrix
switch.
Trans. 1|Channel 2: Connect this interface to another Dynamic Port (RJ45) of the first
matrix switch.
Connecting the second first matrix switch
Trans. 2|Channel 1: Connect this interface to a Dynamic Port (RJ45) of the second
matrix switch.
Trans. 2|Channel 2: Connect this interface to another Dynamic Port (RJ45) of the sec-
ond matrix switch.
ADVICE: You can also connect the target module directly to up to two compatible
user modules.
Power supply
Power In: Insert the power pack’s connection cable to this interface.
Start-up
Connect the power cable to the power pack and a power socket.
The target module starts as soon as it is supplied with power. During start-up, the
channels are automatically grouped (see below).
Target and user modules (USB) · 18
Target module »DVI-U-CPU-MC2-UC«
Automatic grouping of channels
When operating the target module for the first time, the matrix switch recognises the
main channel and the target module’s additional channel. The channels are automatically added to a channel group.
The web application uses the following icons to mark the different types of channels:
Main channel: target module icon with »MC« lettering
Video channel: target module icon with blue spot
NOTE: In addition to the data of the KVM main channel, a multichannel configuration
transmits up to seven additional video channels and/or one USB 2.0 or RS 232
channel.
In the web application, the list of target modules lists grouped modules separately.
The icon next to the module name shows that the module is part of a channel
group.
Click the icon to get information about the channel group.
NOTE: You can adjust any manually or automatically created channel group.
More information about channel groups is given in the separate manuals of the
matrix switch web applications.
19 · Target and user modules (USB)
Target module »DVI-U-CPU-MC2-UC«
Status displays
The LED on the front panel of the target module shows the status of the external
power pack:
LED
Status
Meaning
Power
On
The external power pack is connected and the required voltage (12 Volt)
is available.
Off
The external power pack is not (properly) connected.
The flashing Transmission LEDs highlight the following operating statuses of the
particular connection:
LED
Status
Meaning
Yellow
Off
No user module accesses the target module.
On
A user module accesses the target module.
Blinking
The incoming video signal was not detected.
Flashing
No voltage at PS/2 interface or USB bus.
Off
The target module is turned off.
Blinking
The power pack is connected and supplies the required power.
The connection to the matrix switch could not be established.
Flashing
The connection to the matrix switch is established.
No user module is accessing or the computer is turned off.
On
A user module accesses the target module.
A computer is connected and turned on.
Green
Flickering Keyboard and mouse inputs are transmitted by the accessing user module.
The flickering is defined by the user’s inputs.
Target and user modules (USB) · 20
Target module »DVI-U-CPU-MC2-UC«
Technical data
DVI-U-CPU-MC2-UC
Interfaces to computer
Video:
2 × DVI-D (single link)
Keyboard and mouse signals
2 × PS/2 socket
1 × USB-B
Audio:
2 × 3,5 mm jack plug
Date transmission to Interface:
cmatrix switches
Transmission distance:
4 × RJ45 socket
Video
Resolution @ 60 Hz:
Max. 1920 × 1200 pixels
Colour depth:
24 bit
Pixel rate:
25 MHz to 165 MHz
Vertical frequency:
50 Hz to 180 Hz
Horizontal frequency:
30 kHz to 130 kHz
Type:
Bi-directional extension
Resolution:
24 Bit
Refresh rate:
96 kHz
Bandwidth:
22 kHz
Specification:
USB 2.0
Transmission type:
transparent
Transmission rate:
Max. 16 Mbit/s
Type:
Portable power pack (12 V/2 A)
Connector:
1 × Mini-DIN 4 socket
Power input:
Max. 1000 mA
Material:
Anodised aluminium
Dimensions (W × H × D):
105 × 46 × 104 mm
Weight:
Approx. 260 g
Temperature:
+5 to +45 °C
Air humidity:
< 80%, non-condensing
Audio
USB 2.0
Power supply
Housing
Operational
environment
Conformity
21 · Target and user modules (USB)
Max. 140 metres
CE, RoHS
Target module »DVI-U-CPU-Fiber«
Target module »DVI-U-CPU-Fiber«
With DVI-U-CPU-Fiber target modules, you can connect a computer with DVI graphics
output to a matrix switches of the ControlCenter-Digital series.
NOTE: The user modules con be connected only to an I/O card of the
CCD-I/O 16-Card-Fiber series.
Both, the user module and the I/O card are available as single-mode variants or as
multi-mode variants.
Make sure that the port at the user module, the Dynamic-Port at the IO card and the
optical fibres are compatible with each other.
At the consoles of both matrix switches, users can access a target module to operate
the connected computer.
The data stream of the USB devices connected to the active user module (DVI-U-CON
and DP-U-CON series only) is transmitted to the computer with up to 16 Mbit/s.
Package contents







1 × Target module DVI-U-CPU-Fiber-UC
1 × Video cable (DVI-D-SL)
1 × USB device cable
1 × Twin-PS/2 cable
2 × Audio cable
1 × Power pack (12V/2A)
1 × Power cable
Required accessories
 1 × Compatible optical fibre cable to connect the user module to
the matrix switch
Target and user modules (USB) · 22
Target module »DVI-U-CPU-Fiber«
Installation
Connecting the target computer
DVI-U-CPU-Fiber-UC
Keyb.
Mouse
USB K/M
DVI-D CPU
NOTE: Keyboard and mouse signals can be transmitted to the computer using either
the PS/2 interfaces or the USB interface.
Keyb.: Use the purple plug of the Twin-PS/2 cable to connect the computer’s PS/2
keyboard interface to this interface.
Mouse: Use the green plug of the Twin-PS/2 cable to connect the computer’s PS/2
mouse interface to this interface.
USB K/M: Use the USB device cable to connect one of the computer’s USB interfaces
to this interface.
DVI-D CPU: Use the supplied video cable to connect the computer’s digital video out-
put to this interface.
Link Status
Service
Line In Line Out
Power
Trans.
Power In
Line In: Use one of the supplied audio cables to connect the computer’s Line Out
interface to this interface.
Line Out: Use one of the supplied audio cables to connect the computer’s Line In inter-
face to this interface.
23 · Target and user modules (USB)
Target module »DVI-U-CPU-Fiber«
Connection to the matrix switch
The devices use components with laser technology which comply with laser
class 1.
They meet the requirements according to EN 60825-1:2007 and EN 608252:2004+A1:2007 as well as U.S. CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11.
Mind the following instructions when dealing with laser beams:
 Avoid eye contact with invisible laser beam on page 2
 Always connect optical connections or cover them with protection caps on page 2
 Only use G&D certified transmission modules on page 2
NOTE: Use optical fibres with LC plugs to connect the devices. The cables are available as accessories.
IMPORTANT: For each matrix switch, connect only one Trans. interface of the target module!
Trans.|Tx: Insert the LC plug of a compatible optical fibre cable.
Connect the other end of the cable to the Rx interface of a Dynamic Port provided at
the first matrix switch.
Trans.|Rx: Insert the LC plug of a compatible optical fibre cable.
Connect the other end of the cable to the Tx interface of the same Dynamic Port provided at the first matrix switch.
ADVICE: You can also connect the target module directly to a compatible user module.
Power supply
Power In: Connect the cable of the power pack to this interface. Now connect the
power cable to the power pack and a power socket.
Target and user modules (USB) · 24
Target module »DVI-U-CPU-Fiber«
Status displays
The LED on the back panel of the target module shwos the status of the external
power pack:
LED
Status
Meaning
Power
On
The external power pack is connected and the required voltage (12 Volt)
is available.
Off
The external power pack is not (properly) connected.
The blinking LEDS on the back panel highlight the following operating statuses of
the particular connection:
LED
Status
Meaning
Yellow
Off
No user module accesses the target module.
On
A user module accesses the target module.
Blinking
The incoming video signal was not detected.
Flashing
No voltage at PS/2 interface or USB bus.
Off
The target module is turned off.
Blinking
The power pack is connected and supplies the required power.
The connection to the matrix switch could not be established.
Flashing
The connection to the matrix switch is established.
No user module is accessing or the computer is turned off.
On
A user module accesses the target module.
A computer is connected and turned on.
Green
Flickering Keyboard and mouse inputs are transmitted by the accessing user module.
The flickering is defined by the user’s inputs.
25 · Target and user modules (USB)
Target module »DVI-U-CPU-Fiber«
Technical data
DVI-U-CPU-FIBER
Interfaces to computer
Video:
1 × DVI-D (single link)
Keyboard and mouse signals
2 × PS/2 socket
1 × USB-B
Audio:
2 × 3,5 mm jack plug
Date transmission to Interface:
matrix switches
Transmission distance:
1 × LC-Duplex socket
 DVI-CPU-Fiber(M)
Max. 100 Meter (62,5μ/125μ),
Max. 200 Meter (50μ/125μ OM2)
Max. 400 Meter (50μ/125μ OM3)
 DVI-CPU-Fiber(S)
Max. 5.000 Meter (9μ/125μ OS1)
 DVI-CPU-Fiber(S+)
Max. 10.000 Meter (9μ/125μ OS1)
Video
Audio
USB 2.0
Power supply
Housing
Operational
environment
Conformity
Resolution @ 60 Hz:
Max. 1920 × 1200 pixels
Colour depth:
24 bit
Pixel rate:
25 MHz to 165 MHz
Vertical frequency:
50 Hz to 180 Hz
Horizontal frequency:
30 kHz to 130 kHz
Type:
Bi-directional extension
Resolution:
24 Bit
Refresh rate:
96 kHz
Bandwidth:
22 kHz
Specification:
USB 2.0
Transmission type:
transparent
Transmission rate:
Max. 16 Mbit/s
Type:
Portable power pack (12 V/2 A)
Connector:
1 × Mini-DIN 4 socket
Power input:
Max. 500 mA
Material:
Anodised aluminium
Dimensions (W × H × D):
105 × 46 × 104 mm
Weight:
Approx. 340 g
Temperature:
+5 to +45 °C
Air humidity:
< 80%, non-condensing
CE, RoHS
Target and user modules (USB) · 26
Target module »DVI-U-CPU-Fiber-UC«
Target module »DVI-U-CPU-Fiber-UC«
With DVI-U-CPU-Fiber-UC target modules, you can connect a computer with DVI graphics output to two different matrix switches of the ControlCenter-Digital series.
NOTE: The user modules con be connected only to an I/O card of the
CCD-I/O 16-Card-Fiber series.
Both, the user module and the I/O card are available as single-mode variants or as
multi-mode variants.
Make sure that the port at the user module, the Dynamic-Port at the IO card and the
optical fibres are compatible with each other.
At the consoles of both matrix switches, users can access a target module to operate
the connected computer.
The data stream of the USB devices connected to the active user module (DVI-U-CON
and DP-U-CON series only) is transmitted to the computer with up to 16 Mbit/s.
Package contents







1 × Target module DVI-U-CPU-Fiber-UC
1 × Video cable (DVI-D-SL)
1 × USB device cable
1 × Twin-PS/2 cable
2 × Audio cable
1 × Power pack (12V/2A)
1 × Power cable
Required accessories
 2 × Compatible optical fibre cable to connect the user module to
the matrix switch
27 · Target and user modules (USB)
Target module »DVI-U-CPU-Fiber-UC«
Installation
Connecting the target computer
DVI-U-CPU-Fiber-UC
Keyb.
Mouse
USB K/M
DVI-D CPU
NOTE: Keyboard and mouse signals can be transmitted to the computer using either
the PS/2 interfaces or the USB interface.
Keyb.: Use the purple plug of the Twin-PS/2 cable to connect the computer’s PS/2
keyboard interface to this interface.
Mouse: Use the green plug of the Twin-PS/2 cable to connect the computer’s PS/2
mouse interface to this interface.
USB K/M: Use the USB device cable to connect one of the computer’s USB interfaces
to this interface.
DVI-D CPU: Use the supplied video cable to connect the computer’s digital video out-
put to this interface.
Link Status
Link Status
Service
Line In Line Out
Power
Trans. 1
Trans. 2
Power In
Line In: Use one of the supplied audio cables to connect the computer’s Line Out
interface to this interface.
Line Out: Use one of the supplied audio cables to connect the computer’s Line In inter-
face to this interface.
Target and user modules (USB) · 28
Target module »DVI-U-CPU-Fiber-UC«
Connection to the matrix switch
The devices use components with laser technology which comply with laser
class 1.
They meet the requirements according to EN 60825-1:2007 and EN 608252:2004+A1:2007 as well as U.S. CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11.
Mind the following instructions when dealing with laser beams:
 Avoid eye contact with invisible laser beam on page 2
 Always connect optical connections or cover them with protection caps on page 2
 Only use G&D certified transmission modules on page 2
NOTE: Use optical fibres with LC plugs to connect the devices. The cables are available as accessories.
IMPORTANT: For each matrix switch, connect only one Trans. interface of the target module!
Trans. 1|Tx: Insert the LC plug of a compatible optical fibre cable.
Connect the other end of the cable to the Rx interface of a Dynamic Port provided at
the first matrix switch.
Trans. 1|Rx: Insert the LC plug of a compatible optical fibre cable.
Connect the other end of the cable to the Tx interface of the same Dynamic Port provided at the first matrix switch.
Trans. 2|Tx: Insert the LC plug of a compatible optical fibre cable.
Connect the other end of the cable to the Rx interface of a Dynamic Port provided at
the second matrix switch.
Trans. 2|Rx: Insert the LC plug of a compatible optical fibre cable.
Connect the other end of the cable to the Tx interface of the same Dynamic Port provided at the second matrix switch.
ADVICE: You can also connect the target module directly to a compatible user module.
Power supply
Power In: Connect the cable of the power pack to this interface. Now connect the
power cable to the power pack and a power socket.
29 · Target and user modules (USB)
Target module »DVI-U-CPU-Fiber-UC«
Status displays
The LED on the back panel of the target module shwos the status of the external
power pack:
LED
Status
Meaning
Power
On
The external power pack is connected and the required voltage (12 Volt)
is available.
Off
The external power pack is not (properly) connected.
The blinking LEDS on the back panel highlight the following operating statuses of
the particular connection:
LED
Status
Meaning
Yellow
Off
No user module accesses the target module.
On
A user module accesses the target module.
Blinking
The incoming video signal was not detected.
Flashing
No voltage at PS/2 interface or USB bus.
Off
The target module is turned off.
Blinking
The power pack is connected and supplies the required power.
The connection to the matrix switch could not be established.
Flashing
The connection to the matrix switch is established.
No user module is accessing or the computer is turned off.
On
A user module accesses the target module.
A computer is connected and turned on.
Green
Flickering Keyboard and mouse inputs are transmitted by the accessing user module.
The flickering is defined by the user’s inputs.
Target and user modules (USB) · 30
Target module »DVI-U-CPU-Fiber-UC«
Technical data
DVI-U-CPU-FIBER-UC
Interfaces to computer
Video:
2 × DVI-D (single link)
Keyboard and mouse signals
2 × PS/2 socket
1 × USB-B
Audio:
2 × 3,5 mm jack plug
Date transmission to Interface:
matrix switches
Transmission distance:
2 × LC-Duplex socket
 DVI-U-CPU-Fiber-UC(M)
Max. 100 Meter (62,5μ/125μ),
Max. 200 Meter (50μ/125μ OM2)
Max. 400 Meter (50μ/125μ OM3)
 DVI-U-CPU-Fiber-UC(S)
Max. 5.000 Meter (9μ/125μ OS1)
 DVI-U-CPU-Fiber-UC(S+)
Max. 10.000 Meter (9μ/125μ OS1)
Video
Audio
USB 2.0
Power supply
Housing
Operational
environment
Resolution @ 60 Hz:
Max. 1920 × 1200 pixels
Colour depth:
24 bit
Pixel rate:
25 MHz to 165 MHz
Vertical frequency:
50 Hz to 180 Hz
Horizontal frequency:
30 kHz to 130 kHz
Type:
Bi-directional extension
Resolution:
24 Bit
Refresh rate:
96 kHz
Bandwidth:
22 kHz
Specification:
USB 2.0
Transmission type:
transparent
Transmission rate:
Max. 16 Mbit/s
Type:
Portable power pack (12 V/2 A)
Connector:
1 × Mini-DIN 4 socket
Power input:
Max. 600 mA
Material:
Anodised aluminium
Dimensions (W × H × D):
105 × 46 × 104 mm
Weight:
Approx. 360 g
Temperature:
+5 to +45 °C
Air humidity:
< 80%, non-condensing
Conformity
31 · Target and user modules (USB)
CE, RoHS
Target module »DP-U-CPU«
Target module »DP-U-CPU«
With DP-U-CPU target modules, you can connect a computer with DisplayPort graphics
output to a digital matrix switch of the ControlCenter-Digital or the DVICenter series.
Users at the consoles of the matrix switch can access the target module and operate
the connected computer.
The data stream of the USB devices connected to the active user module (DVI-U-CON
and DP-U-CON series only) is transmitted to the computer with up to 16 Mbit/s.
Package contents







1 × Target module DP-U-CPU
1 × DisplayPort video cable (DP-Cable-M/M-2)
1 × USB device cable
1 × Twin PS/2 cable
2 × Audio cable
1 × Power pack (12V/2A)
1 × Power cable
Required accessories
 1 × Category 5e (or better) twisted pair cable to connect the target module to
the matrix switch
Target and user modules (USB) · 32
Target module »DP-U-CPU«
Installation
Connecting the target computer
Keyb.
Mouse
USB K/M
DP CPU
NOTE: Keyboard and mouse signals can be transmitted to the computer using either
the PS/2 interfaces or the USB interface.
Keyb.: Use the purple plug of the Twin-PS/2 cable to connect the computer’s PS/2
keyboard interface to this interface.
Mouse: Use the green plug of the Twin-PS/2 cable to connect the computer’s PS/2
mouse interface to this interface.
USB K/M: Use the USB device cable to connect one of the computer’s USB interfaces
to this interface.
DP CPU: Connect the computer’s Display Port digital video output to this interface.
Power
Trans.
Service Line In Line Out
Power In
Line In: Use one of the supplied audio cables to connect the computer’s Line Out
interface to this interface.
Line Out: Use one of the supplied audio cables to connect the computer’s Line In inter-
face to this interface.
Connection to the matrix switch
Trans.: Use a category 5e (or better) twisted pair cable to connect this interface to a
Dynamic Port (RJ45) of a matrix switch.
ADVICE: You can also connect the target module directly to a compatible user module.
Power supply
Power In: Insert the power pack’s connection cable to this interface.
Connect the power cable to the power pack and a power socket.
33 · Target and user modules (USB)
Target module »DP-U-CPU«
Status displays
The LED on the back panel of the target module shows the status of the external
power pack:
LED
Status
Meaning
Power
On
The external power pack is connected and the required voltage (12 Volt)
is available.
Off
The external power pack is not (properly) connected.
The flashing Transmission LEDs highlight the following operating statuses of the
particular connection:
LED
Status
Meaning
Yellow
Off
No user module accesses the target module.
On
A user module accesses the target module.
Blinking
The incoming video signal was not detected.
Flashing
No voltage at PS/2 interface or USB bus.
Off
The target module is turned off.
Blinking
The power pack is connected and supplies the required power.
The connection to the matrix switch could not be established.
Flashing
The connection to the matrix switch is established.
No user module is accessing or the computer is turned off.
On
A user module accesses the target module.
A computer is connected and turned on.
Green
Flickering Keyboard and mouse inputs are transmitted by the accessing user module.
The flickering is defined by the user’s inputs.
Target and user modules (USB) · 34
Target module »DP-U-CPU«
Technical data
DP-U-CPU
Interfaces to computer
Video:
1 × Display-Port
Keyboard and mouse signals
2 × PS/2 socket
1 × USB-B
Audio:
2 × 3,5 mm jack plug
Date transmission to Interface:
the matrix switch
Transmission distance:
1 × RJ45 socket
Video
Resolution @ 60 Hz:
Max. 1920 × 1200 pixels
Colour depth:
24 bit
Pixel rate:
25 MHz to 165 MHz
Vertical frequency:
50 Hz to 180 Hz
Horizontal frequency:
30 kHz to 130 kHz
Type:
Bi-directional extension
Resolution:
24 Bit
Refresh rate:
96 kHz
Bandwidth:
22 kHz
Specification:
USB 2.0
Transmission type:
transparent
Transmission rate:
Max. 16 Mbit/s
Type:
Portable power pack (12 V/2 A)
Connector:
1 × Mini-DIN 4 socket
Power input:
Max. 500 mA
Material:
Anodised aluminium
Dimensions (W × H × D):
105 × 26 × 104 mm
Weight:
Approx. 260 g
Temperature:
+5 to +45 °C
Air humidity:
< 80%, non-condensing
Audio
USB 2.0
Power supply
Housing
Operational
environment
Conformity
35 · Target and user modules (USB)
Max. 140 metres
CE, RoHS
Target module »DP-U-CPU-UC«
Target module »DP-U-CPU-UC«
With DP-U-CPU-UC target modules, you can connect computers with DisplayPort
graphics output to two different matrix switches of the ControlCenter-Digital or the DVICenter series.
Users at consoles of both matrix switches can access the target module to operate the
connected computer.
The data stream of the USB devices connected to the active user module (DVI-U-CON
and DP-U-CON series only) is transmitted to the computer with up to 16 Mbit/s.
Package contents







1 × Target module DP-CPU-UC
1 × DisplayPort video cable (DP-Cable-M/M-2)
1 × USB device cable
1 × Twin-PS/2 cable
2 × Audio cable
1 × Power pack (12V/2A)
1 × Power cable
Required accessories
 2 × Category 5e (or better) twisted pair cables to connect the target module to
two matrix switches
Target and user modules (USB) · 36
Target module »DP-U-CPU-UC«
Installation
Connecting the target computer
DP-U-CPU-UC
Keyb.
Mouse
USB K/M
DP CPU
NOTE: Keyboard and mouse signals can be transmitted to the computer using either
the PS/2 interfaces or the USB interface.
Keyb.: Use the purple plug of the Twin-PS/2 cable to connect the computer’s PS/2
keyboard interface to this interface.
Mouse: Use the green plug of the Twin-PS/2 cable to connect the computer’s PS/2
mouse interface to this interface.
USB K/M: Use the USB device cable to connect one of the computer’s USB interfaces
to this interface.
DP CPU: Connect the computer’s Display Port digital video output to this interface.
Power
Trans. 1
Trans. 2
Service Line In Line Out
Power In
Line In: Use one of the supplied audio cables to connect the computer’s Line Out
interface to this interface.
Line Out: Use one of the supplied audio cables to connect the computer’s Line In inter-
face to this interface.
Connections to the matrix switches
IMPORTANT: Connect only one of the target module’s Trans. interfaces for each
matrix switch!
NOTE: Use only category 5e (or better) twisted pair cables to connect the devices.
Trans. 1: Connect this interface to a Dynamic Port (RJ45) of the first matrix switch.
37 · Target and user modules (USB)
Target module »DP-U-CPU-UC«
Trans. 2: Connect this interface to a Dynamic Port (RJ45) of the second matrix switch.
ADVICE: You can also connect the target module directly to up to two compatible user
modules.
Power supply
Power In: Insert the power pack’s connection cable to this interface.
Connect the power cable to the power pack and a power socket.
Status displays
The LED on the back panel of the target module show the status of the external
power pack:
LED
Status
Meaning
Power
On
The external power pack is connected and the required voltage (12 Volt)
is available.
Off
The external power pack is not (properly) connected.
The blinking Transmission LEDs highlight the following operating statuses of the
particular connection:
LED
Status
Meaning
Yellow
Off
No user module accesses the target module.
On
A user module accesses the target module.
Blinking
The incoming video signal was not detected.
Flashing
No voltage at PS/2 interface or USB bus.
Off
The target module is turned off.
Blinking
The power pack is connected and supplies the required power.
The connection to the matrix switch could not be established.
Flashing
The connection to the matrix switch is established.
No user module is accessing or the computer is turned off.
On
A user module accesses the target module.
A computer is connected and turned on.
Green
Flickering Keyboard and mouse inputs are transmitted by the accessing user module.
The flickering is defined by the user’s inputs.
Target and user modules (USB) · 38
Target module »DP-U-CPU-UC«
Technical data
DP-U-CPU-UC
Interfaces to computer
Video:
1 × Display-Port
Keyboard and mouse signals
2 × PS/2 socket
1 × USB-B
Audio:
2 × 3.5 mm jack plug
Data transmission to Interface:
matrix switches
Transmission distance:
2 × RJ45 socket
Video
Resolution @ 60 Hz:
Max. 1920 × 1200 pixels
Colour depth:
24 bit
Pixel rate:
25 MHz to 165 MHz
Vertical frequency:
50 Hz to 180 Hz
Horizontal frequency:
30 kHz to 130 kHz
Type:
Bi-directional extension
Resolution:
24 Bit
Refresh rate:
96 kHz
Bandwidth:
22 kHz
Specification:
USB 2.0
Transmission type:
transparent
Transmission rate:
Max. 16 Mbit/s
Type:
Portable power pack (12 V/2 A)
Connector:
1 × Mini-DIN 4 socket
Power input:
Max. 600 mA
Material:
Anodised aluminium
Dimensions (W × H × D):
105 × 26 × 104 mm
Weight:
Approx. 260 g
Temperature:
+5 to +45 °C
Air humidity:
< 80%, non-condensing
Audio
USB 2.0
Power supply
Housing
Operational
environment
Conformity
39 · Target and user modules (USB)
Max. 140 metres
CE, RoHS
Target module »VGA-U-CPU-UC«
Target module »VGA-U-CPU-UC«
With VGA-U-CPU-UC target modules, you can connect a computer with a VGA graphics
output to two different digital matrix switches of the ControlCenter-Digital or the DVICenter series.
Users at the consoles of the matrix switch can access the target module to operate the
connected computer.
The data stream of the USB devices connected to the active user module (DVI-U-CON
and DP-U-CON series only) is transmitted to the computer with up to 16 Mbit/s.
Package contents







1 × Target module VGA-U-CPU-UC
1 × Video cable (VGA-M/M-2)
1 × USB device cable
1 × Twin-PS/2 cable
2 × Audio cable
1 × Power pack (12V/2A)
1 × Power cable
Required accessories
 2 × Category 5e (or better) twisted pair cables to connect the target module to
two different matrix switches
Target and user modules (USB) · 40
Target module »VGA-U-CPU-UC«
Installation
Connecting the target computer
VGA CPU
Keyb.
Mouse
USB K/M
VGA-U-CPU-UC
NOTE: Keyboard and mouse signals can be transmitted to the computer using either
the PS/2 interfaces or the USB interface.
Keyb.: Use the purple plug of the Twin-PS/2 cable to connect the computer’s PS/2
keyboard interface to this interface.
Mouse: Use the green plug of the Twin-PS/2 cable to connect the computer’s PS/2
mouse interface to this interface.
USB K/M: Use the USB device cable to connect one of the computer’s USB interfaces
to this interface.
VGA CPU: Use the supplied video cables to connect the computer’s analogue video
output to this interface.
Power
Trans. 1
Trans. 2
Service Line In Line Out
Power In
Line In: Use one of the supplied audio cables to connect the computer’s Line Out
interface to this interface.
Line Out: Use one of the supplied audio cables to connect the computer’s Line In inter-
face to this interface.
Connections to the matrix switches
IMPORTANT: Connect only one of the target module’s Trans. interfaces for each
matrix switch!
NOTE: Only use category 5e (or better) twisted pair cables to connect the devices.
Trans. 1: Connect this interface to a Dynamic Port (RJ45) of the first matrix switch.
Trans. 2: Connect this interface to a Dynamic Port (RJ45) of the second matrix switch.
ADVICE: You can also connect the target module directly to up to two compatible
user modules.
41 · Target and user modules (USB)
Target module »VGA-U-CPU-UC«
Power supply
Power In: : Insert the power pack’s connection cable to this interface. Then, connect
the power cable to the power pack and a power socket.
Status displays
The LED on the back panel of the target module show the status of the external
power pack:
LED
Status
Meaning
Power
On
The external power pack is connected and the required voltage (12 Volt)
is available.
Off
The external power pack is not (properly) connected.
The blinking Transmission LEDs highlight the following operating statuses of the
particular connection:
LED
Status
Meaning
Yellow
Off
No user module accesses the target module.
On
A user module accesses the target module.
Blinking
The incoming video signal was not detected.
Flashing
No voltage at PS/2 interface or USB bus.
Off
The target module is turned off.
Blinking
The power pack is connected and supplies the required power.
The connection to the matrix switch could not be established.
Flashing
The connection to the matrix switch is established.
No user module is accessing or the computer is turned off.
On
A user module accesses the target module.
A computer is connected and turned on.
Green
Flickering Keyboard and mouse inputs are transmitted by the accessing user module.
The flickering is defined by the user’s inputs.
Technical data
VGA-U-CPU-UC
Interfaces to
computer
Video:
1 × VGA
Keyboard and mouse signals
2 × PS/2 socket
1 × USB-B
Audio:
2 × 3.5 mm jack plug
Data transmission to Interface:
matrix switches
Transmission distance:
2 × RJ45 socket
Max. 140 metres
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Target module »VGA-U-CPU-UC«
VGA-U-CPU-UC
Video
Audio
USB 2.0
Power supply
Housing
Operational
environment
Supported resolutions:
640 × 350 @ 60-120 Hz
640 × 400 @ 50-120 Hz
640 × 480 @ 50-120 Hz
720 × 400 @ 50-120 Hz
800 × 600 @ 50-120 Hz
1024 × 768 @ 50-120 Hz
1152 × 864 @ 50-85 Hz
1152 × 900 @ 50-76 Hz
1280 × 720 @ 50-85 Hz
1280 × 768 @ 50-100 Hz
1280 × 960 @ 50-75 Hz
1280 × 1024 @ 50-75 Hz
1360 × 768 @ 50-85 Hz
1400 × 1050 @ 50-75 Hz
1440 × 900 @ 50-85 Hz
1600 × 1200 @ 60 Hz
1680 × 1050 @ 60 Hz
1920 × 1080 @ 60 Hz
1920 × 1200 @ 60 Hz
Colour depth:
24 Bit
Pixel rate:
25 MHz bis 165 MHz
Norms:
E-DDC
Type:
Bi-directional extension
Resolution:
24 Bit
Refresh rate:
96 kHz
Bandwidth:
22 kHz
Specification:
USB 2.0
Transmission type:
transparent
Transmission rate:
Max. 16 Mbit/s
Type:
Portable power pack (12 V/2 A)
Connector:
1 × Mini-DIN 4 socket
Power input:
Max. 600 mA @ 12 VDC
Material:
Anodised aluminium
Dimensions (W × H × D):
105 × 26 × 104 mm
Weight:
Approx. 250 g
Temperature:
+5 to +45 °C
Air humidity:
< 80%, non-condensing
Conformity
43 · Target and user modules (USB)
CE, RoHS
B User modules
User module »DVI-U-CON«
With DVI-U-CON user modules, you can connect a console (DVI monitor, keyboard,
mouse and audio devices) to a digital matrix switch of the ControlCenter-Digital or the
DVICenter series.
At the installed console, matrix switch users can access a target module to operate
the connected computer.
The data stream of the connected USB devices is transmitted to the active target
module with up to 16 Mbit/s (DVI-U-CPU, DP-U-CPU and VGA-U-CPU series only).
Package contents
 1 × DVI-U-CON user module
 1 × Power cable
Required accessories
 1 × Category 5e (or better) twisted pair cable to connect the user module to
the matrix switch
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User module »DVI-U-CON«
Installation
Connecting the console devices
LED out
USB Devices
Mouse
Main Power
Generic
Transmission 1
DVI / VGA Out
Micro In
Speaker
Keyb./Mouse
Keyb.
Red. Power
NOTE: Both keyboard and mouse signals can be transmitted to the computer using
the PS/2 or the USB interfaces.
Keyb.: Connect the PS/2 keyboard of the local console.
Mouse: Connect the PS/2 mouse of the local console.
Keyb./Mouse: Connect the USB keyboard and/or USB mouse of the local console.
NOTE: You can also combine PS/2 and USB devices, for example by connecting a
USB mouse and a PS/2 keyboard.
Generic: By default (Keyb./Mouse mode), you can use this interface to connect another
USB input device or supported displays or tablets.
Enable the Generic HID mode (see page 90 ff.) if you want to connect another USB
input device. In this mode, data of the USB input device remains unaltered when
transmitted to the active target module.
IMPORTANT: With enabled Generic HID mode, it is not possible to operate the OSD
with a keyboard connected to the Generic socket.
USB Devices: Connect any USB devices to these interfaces. The data stream of the
connected USB device is transmitted to a compatible target module with up to 16
Mbit/s.
DVI/VGA Out: Connect the monitor of the local console.
Micro In: Connect the optional microphone of the local console.
Speaker: Connect the optional speakers of the local console.
Connection to the matrix switch
Transmission: Use a category 5e (or better) twisted pair cable to connect the Transmis-
sion interface to a Dynamic Port (RJ45) of the matrix switch.
NOTE: You can also connect the target module directly to a compatible user module.
45 · Target and user modules (USB)
User module »DVI-U-CON«
Power supply
Main Power: Connect the power cable to the power pack and a power outlet.
Red. Power: If required, connect the power cable of the optional power pack to this
interface. This provides a redundant power supply. Connect the power cable with
the power pack and a power outlet of a different power circuit.
LED Out: If you expanded the functional range of the matrix switch by purchasing the
TradeSwitch function, connect the optional TS-LED-2 (order number A6100041) to this
interface.
Start-up
Start the user module by pressing the Main Power button of the power pack.
ADVICE: The active hotkey configuration is displayed during the System Startup of
the matrix switch.
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User module »DVI-U-CON«
Status displays
Front panel
USB Devices
Power
Red.
Main
Status
Console
Trans.
System
Service
Video
K/M
The LEDs on the front panel of the user module show the system’s operating status.
Section
LED
Status
Meaning
Power
Red.
On
The optional power pack is connected and the required voltage
(12 Volt) is available.
Off
The optional power pack is not (properly) connected.
On
The power pack provides the required voltage.
Off
The power button is turned off or the connection with the mains
could not be established.
Check the proper connection of the power supply cable.
On
The communication with the matrix switch could be established.
Off
The communication with the matrix switch could not be established.
On
The device is booting or carries out a firmware update.
Blinking
The system is ready for operation.
On
Stable image signal at video input.
Off
The incoming video signal could not be detected or it lacks the
required quality to be processed by the system.
On
A local keyboard was found.
Off
No power at PS/2 interface or USB bus.
Blinking
The CPU input (PS/2 or USB) is active and ready.
No local keyboard was found.
Main
Status
Trans.
System
Console
Video
K/M
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User module »DVI-U-CON«
Back panel
LED out
USB Devices
Mouse
Main Power
Generic
Transmission 1
DVI / VGA Out
Micro In
Speaker
Keyb./Mouse
Keyb.
Red. Power
The Transmission interface at the back panel of the user module provides additional
status LEDs. The LEDs have the following meaning:
LED
Colour
Status
Meaning
Left
Yellow
Off
No connection to network.
Blinking
Network connection to an end device.
On
A user module is accessing the target module.
Blinking
No communication with matrix switch.
Flashing
Connection to matrix switch established.
No user module is accessing.
Right
Green
Flickering Keyboard and mouse inputs are forwarded by the accessing
user module.
The flickering is defined by the user’s entries.
Yellow
Flashing
A firmware update is carried out.
TradeSwitch-LED
The optional TS-LED (order number A6100041) lights if the keyboard and mouse signals of a master console are accessing the user
module.
NOTE: Keyboard and mouse signals can only access another user module or a target computer if you activated the TradeSwitch function for the matrix switch.
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User module »DVI-U-CON«
Technical data
DVI-U-CON
Interfaces to
console:
Video:
1 × DVI-I (DVI Single-Link or VGA)
Keyboard and mouse signals:
2 × PS/2 socket
2 × USB-A
Audio:
2 × 3.5 mm jack socket
USB:
4 × USB-A socket
Tradeswitch-LED:
1 × D-SUB 9 socket
Data transmission to Interface:
matrix switch
Transmission length:
1 × RJ45 socket
Video
Resolution @ 60 Hz:
Max. 1920 × 1200 pixels
Resolution @ 85 Hz:
Max. 1280 × 1024 pixels
Colour depth:
24 bits
Pixel rate:
25 MHz to 165 MHz
Vertical frequency:
50 Hz to 180 Hz
Horizontal frequency:
30 kHz to 130 kHz
Type:
Bi-directional extension
Resolution:
24 Bit
Sampling rate:
96 kHz
Bandwidth:
22 kHz
Specification:
USB 2.0
Transmission type:
transparent
Transmission rate:
Max. 16 Mbit/s
Type:
Internal power pack
Connection:
1 × IEC plug(IEC-320 C14)
Audio
USB 2.0
Main power supply
Max. 140 meters
Current consumption:
100 - 240 VAC; 0.4 A - 0.2 A
Redundant
power supply
 optional
Type:
External power pack (12 V/2 A)
Connection:
1 × Mini-DIN 4 socket(Power In)
Current consumption:
12 VDC; 2.0 A
Casing
Material:
Anodised aluminium
Dimensions (W × H × D):
210 × 44 × 210 mm
Weight:
Approx. 1.3 kg
Temperature:
+5 to +45 °C
Air humidity:
< 80%, non-condensing
Operational
environment
Conformity
49 · Target and user modules (USB)
CE, RoHS
User module »DVI-U-CON-MC2«
User module »DVI-U-CON-MC2«
With DVI-U-CON-MC2 user modules, you can connect a dual-monitor console (two DVI
monitors, keyboard, mouse and audio devices) to a digital matrix switch of the ControlCenter-Digital or the DVICenter series.
At the installed console, matrix switch users can access a target module to operate
the connected computer.
The data stream of the connected USB devices is transmitted to the active target
module with up to 16 Mbit/s (DVI-U-CPU, DP-U-CPU and VGA-U-CPU series only).
When using the console to access a target module DVI-CPU-MC2 connected to a dualhead computer, the monitors display the separate images of the graphics outputs.
When accessing a target module with one graphics input only, only the first monitor
displays an image.
ADVICE: Instead of an MC2 target module, you can also connect a dual-head computer by using two separate target modules DVI-U-CPU.
In this case, add both target modules in the web application to channel group.
Package contents
 1 × User module DVI-U-CON-MC2
 1 × Power cable
Required accessories
 2 × Category 5e (or better) twisted pair cables to connect the user module to a
KVM matrix switch of the ControlCenter-Digital or the DVICenter series
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User module »DVI-U-CON-MC2«
Installation
Connecting console devices
LED out
USB Devices
Mouse
Generic
Transmission 1
DVI / VGA Out 1
Micro In
Speaker
Keyb./Mouse
Keyb.
Red. Power
Transmission 2
DVI / VGA Out 2
DVI/VGA Out 1: Connect the first console monitor.
DVI/VGA Out 2: Connect the second console monitor.
Micro In: Connect the console microphone (optional).
Speaker: Connect the console speakers (optional).
USB Devices: Connect any USB devices to these interfaces. The data stream of the
connected USB device is transmitted to a compatible target module with up to 16
Mbit/s.
NOTE: Console keyboard and console mouse can be connected to the user module’s
USB or PS/2 interfaces.
Keyb.: Connect the console’s PS/2 keyboard.
Mouse: Connect the console’s PS/2 mouse.
Keyb./Mouse: Connect the console’s USB keyboard and/or USB mouse.
Generic: By default (Keyb./Mouse mode), you can use this interface to connect another
USB input device or supported displays or tablets.
Enable the Generic HID mode (see page 90 ff.) if you want to connect another USB
input device. In this mode, data of the USB input device remains unaltered when
transmitted to the active target module.
IMPORTANT: With enabled Generic HID mode, it is not possible to operate the OSD
with a keyboard connected to the Generic socket.
LED Out: If you purchased and added the TradeSwitch feature to the matrix switch,
connect the optional TS-LED2 here (order number A6100041).
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User module »DVI-U-CON-MC2«
Connection to the matrix switch
USB Devices
LED out
Mouse
Generic
Transmission 1
DVI / VGA Out 1
Micro In
Speaker
Keyb./Mouse
Keyb.
Red. Power
Transmission 2
DVI / VGA Out 2
NOTE: Use category 5e (or better) twisted pair cables to connect the devices.
Transmission 1: Connect this interface to a Dynamic Port (RJ45) of the matrix switch.
Transmission 2: Connect this interface to another Dynamic Port (RJ45) of the matrix
switch.
NOTE: You can also connect the target module directly to a compatible target module.
Main Power
Power supply
Red. Power
Transmission 2
DVI / VGA Out 2
Main Power: Connect the supplied power cable.
Insert the cable’s Schuko plug in a power socket.
Red. Power: Connect the connection cable of a compatible power pack to provide the
user module with a second, redundant power supply.
Startup
Turn on the user module after its installation.
Use the Main Power power pack or a redundant power pack to establish the power
supply:
 Turn on the Main Power power pack.
 Use an optional power pack to supply the Red. Power socket with power.
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User module »DVI-U-CON-MC2«
Automatic channel grouping
When operating the user module for the first time, the matrix switch recognises the
main channel and the user module’s additional channel. The channels are automatically added to a channel group.
The web application uses the following icons to mark the different types of channels:
Main channel: computer and user superimposed by the digit 2
Video channel: multiple monitors in a row
NOTE: In addition to the data of the KVM main channel, a channel group transmits
up to seven additional video channels and/or one USB 2.0 or RS 232 channel.
In the web application, the list of user modules lists grouped modules separately.
icon next to the module name shows that the module is part of a channel
The
group.
Click the icon to get information about the channel group.
NOTE: You can adjust adjsut any channel groups that were created automatically
or manually. More information about channel groups is given in the separate
manuals of the matrix switch web applications.
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User module »DVI-U-CON-MC2«
Status displays
Front panel
USB Devices
Power
Video 2
Trans. 2
Red.
Main
Status
Trans. 1
System
Console
Service
Video 1
K/M
Section
LED
Status
Meaning
Power
Red.
On
The optional power pack is connected and supplies 12 Volt.
Off
The optional power pack is not (properly) connected.
On
The power pack is turned on and supplies the required
voltage.
Off
The power pack is turned off or the connection to the mains
could not be established.
On
The communication to the matrix switch is established successfully.
Off
The communication to the matrix switch could not be
established.
On
Device boots or firmware update is executed.
Flashing
System is ready for operation.
On
Strong video signal at first video input.
Off
No signal at first video input, or the signal quality is too
weak to be processed by the system.
On
A local keyboard was detected.
Off
No power at PS/2 interface or USB bus.
Flashing
The CPU input (PS/2 or USB) is active and ready.
A local keyboard was not detected.
On
Strong video signal at second video input.
Off
No signal at second video input, or the signal quality is too
weak to be processed by the system.
On
The communication to the matrix switch is established successfully.
Off
The communication to the matrix switch could not be
established.
Main
Status
Trans. 1
System
Console
Video 1
K/M
MC2
Video 2
Trans. 2
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User module »DVI-U-CON-MC2«
Back panel
USB Devices
LED out
Mouse
Generic
Transmission 1
DVI / VGA Out 1
Micro In
Speaker
Keyb./Mouse
Keyb.
Red. Power
Transmission 2
DVI / VGA Out 2
The Transmission interfaces at the user module’s back panel provide additional status
LEDs.
Interface
LED
Status
Meaning
Transmission 1
Yellow
Off
No data connection to matrix switch.
Flashing
Data connection to matrix switch established.
Off
No user is logged in at the user module.
On
A user is logged in at the user module.
Off
No data connection to matrix switch.
On
Data connection to matrix switch established.
Off
No user is logged in at the user module.
On
A user is logged in at the user module.
Green
Transmission 2
Yellow
Green
TradeSwitch-LED
The optionally available TS-LED (item number A6100041) flashes
when keyboard and mouse signals of a master console are switched
to the user module.
NOTE: Keyboard and mouse signals can only be switched to another user module
or target computer if you purchased the TradeSwitch function for the matrix switch.
55 · Target and user modules (USB)
User module »DVI-U-CON-MC2«
Technical data
DVI-U-CON-MC2
Interfaces to console
Video:
2 × DVI-I (DVI single-link or VGA)
Keyboard and mouse signals
2 × PS/2 socket
2 × USB-A
Audio:
2 × 3.5 mm jack plug
USB:
4 × USB-A socket
Tradeswitch-LED:
1 × D-SUB 9 socket
Data transmission to
matrix switch
Interfaces:
2 × RJ45 socket
Transmission distance:
Max. 140 metres
Video
Resolution @ 60 Hz:
Max. 1920 × 1200 pixels
Resolution @ 85 Hz:
Max. 1280 × 1024 pixels
Colour depth:
24 Bit
Video bandwidth:
25 MHz to 165 MHz
Vertical frequency:
50 Hz to 180 Hz
Horizontal frequency:
30 kHz to 130 kHz
Type:
Bi-directional extension
Resolution:
24 bits
Refresh rate:
96 kHz
Bandwidth:
22 kHz
Specification:
USB 2.0
Transmission type:
transparent
Transmission rate:
Max. 16 Mbit/s
Type:
Internal power pack
Connector:
1 × IEC plug (IEC-320 C14)
Audio
USB 2.0
Main power supply
Power input:
100 - 240 VAC; 0.5 A - 0.3 A
Redundant
power supply
 optional
Type:
External power pack
Connector:
1 × Mini-DIN 4 socket
Power input:
12 VDC; 2.2A
Housing
Material:
Anodised aluminium
Dimensions (W × H × D):
435 × 44 × 210 mm
Weight:
Approx. 3.0 kg
Temperature:
+5 to +45 °C
Air humidity:
< 80%, non condensing
Operational
environment
Conformity
CE, RoHS
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User module »DVI-U-CON-MC4«
User module »DVI-U-CON-MC4«
With DVI-U-CON-MC4 user modules, you can connect a dual-monitor console (four DVI
monitors, keyboard, mouse and audio devices) to a digital matrix switch of the ControlCenter-Digital or the DVICenter series.
At the installed console, matrix switch users can access a target module to operate
the connected computer.
The data stream of the connected USB devices is transmitted to the active target
module with up to 16 Mbit/s (DVI-U-CPU, DP-U-CPU and VGA-U-CPU series only).
When using the console to access a multi-monitor computer with four graphics outputs,
the separate images of the graphics outputs are displayed on the console monitors.
NOTE: Connecting a multi-monitor computer with four video outputs requires four
target modules of the DVI-U-CPU series or two target modules of the DVI-U-CPU-MC2
series.
In the web application, you can add the target modules of the multi-monitor computers to a channel groups More information about this topic is given in the chapter Expanding the system through port grouping of the web application manual.
When accessing the system with a target module with only one graphics input, only
the first monitor shows an image.
Package contents
 1 × User module DVI-U-CON-MC4
 1 × Power cable
Required accessories
 4 × Category 5e (or better) twisted pair cables to connect the user module to
the matrix switch
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User module »DVI-U-CON-MC4«
Installation
Connecting the console devices
LED out
USB Devices
Mouse
Generic
Transmission 1
DVI / VGA Out 1
Micro In
Speaker
Keyb./Mouse
Keyb.
Red. Power
Transmission 2
DVI / VGA Out 2
Transmission 3
DVI/VGA Out 1: Connect the first console monitor.
DVI/VGA Out 2: Connect the second console monitor.
Micro In: Connect the console microphone (optional).
Speaker: Connect the console speakers (optional).
USB Devices: Connect any USB devices to these interfaces. The data stream of the
connected USB device is transmitted to a compatible target module with up to 16
Mbit/s.
NOTE: Console keyboard and console mouse can be connected to the user module’s
USB or PS/2 interfaces.
Keyb.: Connect the console PS/2 keyboard.
Mouse: Connect the console PS/2 mouse.
Keyb./Mouse: Connect the console USB keyboard and/or USB mouse.
Generic: By default (Keyb./Mouse mode), you can use this interface to connect another
USB input device or supported displays or tablets.
Enable the Generic HID mode (see page 90 ff.) if you want to connect another USB
input device. In this mode, data of the USB input device remains unaltered when
transmitted to the active target module.
IMPORTANT: With enabled Generic HID mode, it is not possible to operate the OSD
with a keyboard connected to the Generic socket.
LED Out: If you purchased and added the TradeSwitch feature to the matrix switch, con-
Main Power
nect the optional TS-LED2 here (order number A6100041).
DVI / VGA Out 2
Transmission 3
DVI / VGA Out 3
Transmission 4
DVI / VGA Out 4
DVI/VGA Out 3: Connect the third console monitor.
DVI/VGA Out 4: Connect the fourth console monitor.
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User module »DVI-U-CON-MC4«
Connection to the matrix switch
USB Devices
LED out
Mouse
Generic
Transmission 1
DVI / VGA Out 1
Micro In
Keyb./Mouse
Speaker
Keyb.
Red. Power
Transmission 2
DVI / VGA Out 2
Transmission 3
NOTE: Use category 5e (or better) twisted pair cables to connect the devices.
ADVICE: You can also connect the target module directly to a compatible target module.
Transmission 1: Connect this interface to a Dynamic Port (RJ45) of the matrix switch.
Transmission 2: Connect this interface to another Dynamic Port (RJ45) of the matrix
Main Power
switch.
DVI / VGA Out 2
Transmission 3
DVI / VGA Out 3
Transmission 4
DVI / VGA Out 4
NOTE: Use category 5e (or better) twisted pair cables to connect the devices..
Transmission 3: Connect this interface to another Dynamic Port (RJ45) of the matrix
switch.
Transmission 4: Connect this interface to another Dynamic Port (RJ45) of the matrix
switch.
Main Power
Power supply
Red. Power
Transmission 2
DVI / VGA Out 2
Transmission 3
DVI / VGA Out 3
Transmission 4
DVI / VGA Out 4
Main Power: Connect the supplied power cable.
Insert the cable’s Schuko plug in a power socket.
Red. Power: Connect the connection cable of a compatible power pack to provide the
user module with a second, redundant power supply.
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User module »DVI-U-CON-MC4«
Startup
Turn on the user module after its installation.
Use the Main Power power pack or a redundant power pack to establish the power
supply:
 Turn on the Main Power power pack.
 Use an optional power pack to supply the Red. Power socket with power.
Automatic channel grouping
When operating the user module for the first time, the matrix switch recognises the
main channel and the user module’s additional channel. The channels are automatically added to a channel group.
The web application uses the following icons to mark the different types of channels:
Main channel: computer and user superimposed by the digit 4
Video channel: multiple monitors in a row
NOTE: In addition to the data of the KVM main channel, a channel group transmits
up to seven additional video channels and/or one USB 2.0 or RS 232 channel.
In the web application, the list of user modules lists grouped modules separately.
The
icon next to the module name shows that the module is part of a channel
group.
Click the icon to get information about the channel group.
NOTE: You can adjust adjsut any channel groups that were created automatically
or manually. More information about channel groups is given in the separate
manuals of the matrix switch web applications.
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User module »DVI-U-CON-MC4«
Status displays
Front panel
USB Devices
Power
Video 2
Trans. 2
Red.
Main
Status
Console
Trans. 1
System
Service
Video 1
K/M
Section
LED
Status
Meaning
Power
Red.
On
The optional power pack is connected and supplies 12 Volt.
Off
The optional power pack is not (properly) connected.
On
The power pack is turned on and supplies the required
voltage.
Off
The power pack is turned off or the connection to the mains
could not be established.
On
The communication to the matrix switch is established successfully.
Off
The communication to the matrix switch could not be established.
On
Device boots or firmware update is executed.
Flashing
System is ready for operation.
On
Strong video signal at first video input.
Off
No signal at first video input, or the signal quality is too weak to
be processed by the system.
On
A local keyboard was detected.
Off
No power at PS/2 interface or USB bus.
Flashing
The CPU input (PS/2 or USB) is active and ready.
A local keyboard was not detected.
On
Strong video signal at second video input.
Off
No signal at second video input, or the signal quality is too
weak to be processed by the system.
On
The communication to the matrix switch is established successfully.
Off
The communication to the matrix switch could not be established.
Main
Status
Trans. 1
System
Console
Video 1
K/M
MC2
Video 2
Trans. 2
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Video 4
Trans. 4
MC3
Video 3
Trans. 3
MC4
Video 4
Trans. 4
Video 3
Trans. 3
On
Strong video signal atthird video input.
Off
No signal at third video input, or the signal quality is too weak
to be processed by the system.
On
The communication to the matrix switch is established successfully.
Off
The communication to the matrix switch could not be established.
On
Strong video signal at fourth video input.
Off
No signal at fourth video input, or the signal quality is too weak
to be processed by the system.
On
The communication to the matrix switch is established successfully.
Off
The communication to the matrix switch could not be established.
Back panel
USB Devices
LED out
Mouse
Generic
Transmission 1
Micro In
DVI / VGA Out 1
Speaker
Keyb./Mouse
Keyb.
Red. Power
Transmission 2
DVI / VGA Out 2
Transmission 3
The Transmission interfaces at the user module’s back panel provide additional status
LEDs.
Interface
LED
Status
Meaning
Transmission 1
Yellow
Off
No data connection to matrix switch.
Blinking
Data connection to matrix switch established.
Off
No user is logged in at the user module.
On
A user is logged in at the user module.
Off
No data connection to matrix switch.
On
Data connection to matrix switch established.
Off
No user is logged in at the user module.
On
A user is logged in at the user module.
Green
Transmission 2
Yellow
Green
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Main Power
User module »DVI-U-CON-MC4«
DVI / VGA Out 2
Transmission 3
DVI / VGA Out 3
Transmission 4
DVI / VGA Out 4
Interface
LED
Status
Meaning
Transmission 3
Yellow
Off
No data connection to matrix switch.
Blinking
Data connection to matrix switch established.
Off
No user is logged in at the user module.
On
A user is logged in at the user module.
Off
No data connection to matrix switch.
On
Data connection to matrix switch established.
Off
No user is logged in at the user module.
On
A user is logged in at the user module.
Green
Transmission 4
Yellow
Green
TradeSwitch-LED
The optionally available TS-LED (item number A6100041) flashes
when keyboard and mouse signals of a master console are switched
to the user module.
NOTE: Keyboard and mouse signals can only be switched to another user module
or target computer if you purchased the TradeSwitch function for the matrix switch.
63 · Target and user modules (USB)
User module »DVI-U-CON-MC4«
Technical data
DVI-U-CON-MC4
Interfaces to console Video:
4 × DVI-I (DVI Single-Link or VGA)
Keyboard and mouse signals
2 × PS/2 socket
2 × USB-A
Audio:
2 × 3.5 mm jack plug
USB:
4 × USB-A socket
Tradeswitch-LED:
1 × D-SUB 9 socket
Data transmission to Interfaces:
matrix switch
Transmission distance:
4 × RJ45 socket
Video
Resolution @ 60 Hz:
Max. 1920 × 1200 pixels
Resolution @ 85 Hz:
Max. 1280 × 1024 pixels
Colour depth:
24 Bit
Video bandwidth:
25 MHz to 165 MHz
Vertical frequency:
50 Hz to 180 Hz
Horizontal frequency:
30 kHz to 130 kHz
Type:
Bi-directional extension
Resolution:
24 bits
Refresh rate:
96 kHz
Bandwidth:
22 kHz
Specification:
USB 2.0
Transmission type:
transparent
Transmission rate:
Max. 16 Mbit/s
Type:
Internal power pack
Connector:
1 × IEC plug (IEC-320 C14)
Audio
USB 2.0
Main power supply
Max. 140 metres
Power input:
100 - 240 VAC; 0.6 A - 0.3 A
Redundant
power supply
 optional
Type:
External power pack
Connector:
1 × Mini-DIN 4-Buchse
Power input:
12 VDC; 2.9A
Housing
Material:
Anodised aluminium
Dimensions (W × H × D):
435 × 44 × 210 mm
Weight:
Approx. 3.0 kg
Temperature:
+5 to +45 °C
Air humidity:
< 80%, non condensing
Operational
environment
Conformity
CE, RoHS
Target and user modules (USB) · 64
User module »DVI-U-CON-Fiber«
User module »DVI-U-CON-Fiber«
With DVI-U-CON-Fibre user modules, you can use optical fibres to connect a console
(DVI monitor, keyboard, mouse and audio devices) to the matrix switch ControlCenterDigital
NOTE: The user modules con be connected only to an I/O card of the
CCD-I/O 16-Card-Fiber series.
Both, the user module and the I/O card are available as single-mode variants or as
multi-mode variants.
Make sure that the port at the user module, the Dynamic-Port at the IO card and the
optical fibres are compatible with each other.
At the installed console, matrix switch users can access a target module to operate
the connected computer.
The data stream of the connected USB devices is transmitted to the active target
module with up to 16 Mbit/s (DVI-U-CPU, DP-U-CPU and VGA-U-CPU series only).
Package contents
 1 × User module DVI-U-CON-Fiber
 1 × Power cable
Required accessories
 1 × Compatible optical fibre cable to connect the user module to
the matrix switch
65 · Target and user modules (USB)
User module »DVI-U-CON-Fiber«
Installation
Connecting the console devices
LED out
USB Devices
Mouse
Generic
Transmission
Main Power
Link Status
DVI / VGA Out
Micro In
Speaker
Keyb./Mouse
Keyb.
Red. Power
Figure 1: Back panel of user module
NOTE: Both keyboard and mouse signals can be transmitted to the computer using
the PS/2 or the USB interfaces.
Keyb.: Connect the PS/2 keyboard of the local console.
Mouse: Connect the PS/2 mouse of the local console.
Keyb./Mouse: Connect the USB keyboard and/or USB mouse of the local console.
NOTE: You can also use PS/2 and USB devices, for example by connecting a USB
mouse and a PS/2 keyboard.
Generic: By default (Keyb./Mouse mode), you can use this interface to connect another
USB input device or supported displays or tablets.
Enable the Generic HID mode (see page 90 ff.) if you want to connect another USB
input device. In this mode, data of the USB input device remains unaltered when
transmitted to the active target module.
IMPORTANT: With enabled Generic HID mode, it is not possible to operate the OSD
with a keyboard connected to the Generic socket.
USB Devices: Connect any USB devices to these interfaces. The data stream of the
connected USB device is transmitted to a compatible target module with up to 16
Mbit/s.
DVI/VGA Out: Connect the monitor of the local console.
Micro In: Connect the microphone of the local console (optional).
Speaker: Connect the speakers of the local console (optional).
LED Out: If you purchased and added the TradeSwitch feature to the matrix switch, con-
nect the optional TS-LED2 here (order number A6100041).
Target and user modules (USB) · 66
User module »DVI-U-CON-Fiber«
Connection to the matrix switch
The devices use components with laser technology which comply with laser
class 1.
They meet the requirements according to EN 60825-1:2007 and EN 608252:2004+A1:2007 as well as U.S. CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11.
Mind the following instructions when dealing with laser beams:
 Avoid eye contact with invisible laser beam on page 2
 Always connect optical connections or cover them with protection caps on page 2
 Only use G&D certified transmission modules on page 2
NOTE: Use optical fibres with LC plugs to connect the devices. The cables are available as accessories.
Transmission |Tx: Insert the LC plug of an optical fibre cable.
Connect the other end of the cable to the Rx interface of a compatible Dynamic Port
provided at the matrix switch.
Transmission|Rx: Insert the LC plug of an optical fibre cable.
Connect the other end of the cable to the Tx interface of the same Dynamic Ports provided at the matrix switch.
ADVICE: You can also connect the target module directly to a compatible user module.
Power supply
Main Power: Connect the power cable with the power pack and a power socket.
Red. Power: Connect the cable of the optional power pack to establish a redundant
power supply. Connect the power cable with the power pack and a power socket of
another power circuit.
Start-up
Turn on the power button of the Main Power power pack.
ADVICE: During the System Startup of the suer module. the current hotkey configuration of the matrix switch is shown.
67 · Target and user modules (USB)
User module »DVI-U-CON-Fiber«
Status displays
Front panel
USB Devices
Power
Red.
Main
Status
Console
Trans.
System
Service
Video
K/M
The LEDs on the front panel of the user modules show the system’s operating status.
Section
LED
Status
Meaning
Power
Red.
On
The optional power pack is connected and supplies 12 Volt.
Off
The optional power pack is not (properly) connected.
On
The power pack provides the required voltage.
Off
The power pack is turned off or the connection to the mains could
not be established.
Check the proper connection of the power cable at the main power
pack.
On
The communication to the matrix switch is established successfully.
Off
The communication to the matrix switch could not be established.
On
Device boots or firmware update is executed.
Blinking
System is ready for operation.
On
Strong video signal at first video input.
Off
No signal at first video input, or the signal quality is too weak to
be processed by the system.
On
A local keyboard was detected.
Off
No power at PS/2 interface or USB bus.
Flashing
The CPU input (PS/2 or USB) is active and ready.
A local keyboard was not detected.
Main
Status
Trans.
System
Console
Video 1
K/M
Target and user modules (USB) · 68
User module »DVI-U-CON-Fiber«
Back panel
LED out
USB Devices
Mouse
Generic
Main Power
Link Status
Transmission
DVI / VGA Out
Micro In
Speaker
Keyb./Mouse
Keyb.
Red. Power
The back panel of the user module provides additional status LEDS. They have the
following meaning:
LED
Colour
Status
Meaning
Link
Yellow
Off
No connection to network.
Blinking
Network connection to end device established.
On
A user module is accessing the target module.
Blinking
Communication to matrix switch not possible.
Flashing
Connection to matrix switch successfully established.
No accessing target module.
Flickering
Keyboard and mouse inputs are transmitted by the accessing
user module.
The flickering is defined by the user’s inputs.
Flashing
Firmware is updated.
Status
Green
Yellow
TradeSwitch-LED
The optionally available TS-LED (item number A6100041) flashes
when keyboard and mouse signals of a master console are switched
to the user module.
NOTE: Keyboard and mouse signals can only be switched to another user module
or target computer if you purchased the TradeSwitch ffeature for the matrix switch.
69 · Target and user modules (USB)
User module »DVI-U-CON-Fiber«
Technical data
DVI-U-CON-FIBER
Interfaces to console Video:
1 × DVI-I (DVI Single-Link or VGA)
Keyboard and mouse signals
2 × PS/2 socket
2 × USB-A
Audio:
2 × 3.5 mm jack plug
USB:
4 × USB-A socket
Tradeswitch-LED:
1 × D-SUB 9 socket
Data transmission to Interfaces:
matrix switch
Transmission distance:
1 × LC-Duplex socket
 DVI-U-CON-Fiber(M)
Max. 100 Meter (62,5μ/125μ),
Max. 200 Meter (50μ/125μ OM2)
Max. 400 Meter (50μ/125μ OM3)
 DVI-U-CON-Fiber(S)
Max. 5.000 Meter (9μ/125μ OS1)
 DVI-U-CON-Fiber(S+)
Max. 10.000 Meter (9μ/125μ OS1)
Video
Audio
USB 2.0
Main power supply
Resolution @ 60 Hz:
Max. 1920 × 1200 pixels
Resolution @ 85 Hz:
Max. 1280 × 1024 pixels
Colour depth:
24 Bit
Video bandwidth:
25 MHz to 165 MHz
Vertical frequency:
50 Hz to 180 Hz
Horizontal frequency:
30 kHz to 130 kHz
Type:
Bi-directional extension
Resolution:
24 bits
Refresh rate:
96 kHz
Bandwidth:
22 kHz
Specification:
USB 2.0
Transmission type:
transparent
Transmission rate:
Max. 16 Mbit/s
Type:
Internal power pack
Connector:
1 × IEC plug (IEC-320 C14)
Power input:
100 - 240 VAC; 0.5 A - 0.3 A
Redundant
power supply
 optional
Type:
Portable power pack (12 V/2 A)
Connector:
1 × Mini-DIN 4 socket (Power In)
Power input:
12 VDC; 2.2 A
Housing
Material:
Anodised aluminium
Dimensions (W × H × D):
210 × 44 × 210 mm
Weight:
Approx. 1.3 kg
Target and user modules (USB) · 70
User module »DVI-U-CON-Fiber«
DVI-U-CON-FIBER
Operational
environment
Temperature:
+5 to +45 °C
Air humidity:
< 80%, non condensing
Conformity
71 · Target and user modules (USB)
CE, RoHS
User module »DVI-U-CON-2«
User module »DVI-U-CON-2«
With DVI-U-CON-2 user modules, you can connect a console (DVI monitor, keyboard,
mouse and audio devices) to two digital matrix switches of the ControlCenter-Digital
or the DVICenter series.
At the installed console, matrix switch users can access a target module to operate
the connected computer.
The data stream of the connected USB devices is transmitted to the active target
module with up to 16 Mbit/s (DVI-U-CPU, DP-U-CPU and VGA-U-CPU series only).
The buttons on the front panel of the user module or configured key combinations
(select keys) let users switch between the connected matrix switches.
ADVICE: Instead of a matrix switch, you can also connect a compatible target module
to each of the two channels.
Package contents
 1 × DVI-U-CON-2 user module
 1 × Power cable
Required accessories
 2 × Category 5e (or better) twisted pair cable to connect the user module to two
the matrix switches
Target and user modules (USB) · 72
User module »DVI-U-CON-2«
Installation
Connecting the console devices
Transmission 2
LED out
USB Devices
Mouse
Main Power
Generic
Transmission 1
DVI / VGA Out
Micro In
Speaker
Keyb./Mouse
Keyb.
Red. Power
DVI/VGA Out: Connect the monitor/projector of the local console.
Micro In: Connect the optional microphone of the local console.
Speaker: Connect the optional speakers of the local console.
USB Devices: Connect any USB devices to these interfaces. The data stream of the
connected USB device is transmitted to a compatible target module with up to 16
Mbit/s.
HINWEIS: Console keyboard and console mouse can be connected to the user module’s USB or PS/2 interfaces.
Keyb.: Connect the PS/2 keyboard of the local console.
Mouse: Connect the PS/2 mouse of the local console.
Keyb./Mouse: Connect the USB keyboard and/or the USB mouse of the local con-
sole.
NOTE: Mixed operation, for example connecting a USB mouse and a PS/2 keyboard is supported, too.
Generic: By default (Keyb./Mouse mode), you can use this interface to connect another
USB input device or supported displays or tablets.
Enable the Generic HID mode (see page 90 ff.) if you want to connect another USB
input device. In this mode, data of the USB input device remains unaltered when
transmitted to the active target module.
IMPORTANT: With enabled Generic HID mode, it is not possible to operate the OSD
with a keyboard connected to the Generic socket.
LED Out: If you purchased and added the TradeSwitch feature to the matrix switch, con-
nect the optional TS-LED2 here (order number A6100041).
73 · Target and user modules (USB)
User module »DVI-U-CON-2«
Connection to the matrix switch
NOTE: Use category 5e (or better) twisted pair cables to connect the devices.
Transmission 1: Connect this interface to a Dynamic Port (RJ45) of the matrix switch.
Transmission 2: Connect this interface to another Dynamic Port (RJ45) of the matrix
switch.
ADVICE: You can also connect the Transmission interface directly to a compatible target
module.
Power supply
Main Power: Connect the power cable to the power pack and a power outlet.
Red. Power: If required, connect the power cable of the optional power pack to this
interface. This provides a redundant power supply. Connect the power cable with
the power pack and a power outlet of a different power circuit.
Start-up
Start the user module by pressing the Main Power button of the power pack.
ADVICE: The active hotkey configuration is displayed during the System Startup of
the matrix switch.
Switching
The buttons on the front panel of the user module or configured key combinations
(select keys) let users switch between the connected matrix switches.
How to switch channels via buttons:
 Press the button of the desired channel to activate it.
How to switch channels via key combinations:
 On the console keyboard, press Hotkey+Select key.
In the default settings, the select keys are Alt+1 (channel 1) and Alt+2 (channel 2).
Target and user modules (USB) · 74
User module »DVI-U-CON-2«
Status displays
Front panel
USB Devices
Trans. 1
Trans. 2
Active
Status
Power
Red.
Main
Status
Trans.
System
Console
Service
Video
K/M
The LEDs on the front panel of the user module show the system’s operating status.
Section
LED
Status
Meaning
Power
Red.
On
The optional power pack is connected and the required voltage
(12 Volt) is available.
Off
The optional power pack is not (properly) connected.
On
The main power supply provides the required voltage.
Off
The power button is turned off or the connection with the mains
could not be established.
Check the proper connection of the power supply cable.
On
The communication with the connected matrix switch or the target module of the active channel could be established successfully.
Off
The communication with a matrix switch or target module of the
active channel could not be established.
On
The device is booting or carries out a firmware update.
Blinking
The system is ready for operation.
On
Stable image signal at video input.
Off
The incoming video signal could not be detected or it lacks the
required quality to be processed by the system.
On
A local keyboard was found.
Off
No power at PS/2 interface or USB bus.
Blinking
The CPU input (PS/2 or USB) is active and ready.
No local keyboard was found.
On
Active channel.
Off
Inactive channel.
On
The communication with the connected matrix switch or the target module of this channel was established successfully.
Off
The communication with a matrix switch or target module of this
active channel could not be established.
Main
Status
Trans.
System
Console
Video
K/M
Trans.
Active
Status
75 · Target and user modules (USB)
User module »DVI-U-CON-2«
Back panel
LED out
Transmission 2
USB Devices
Mouse
Main Power
Generic
Transmission 1
DVI / VGA Out
Micro In
Speaker
Keyb./Mouse
Keyb.
Red. Power
The Transmission interface at the back panel of the user module provides additional
status LEDs. The LEDs have the following functions:
LED
Colour
Status
Meaning
left
Yellow
off
No connection to network.
blinking
Network connection to an end device.
on
A user module is accessing the target module.
blinking
No communication with matrix switch.
flashing
Connection to matrix switch established.
No user module is accessing.
flickering
Keyboard and mouse inputs are forwarded by the accessing
user module.
The flickering is defined by the user’s entries.
flashing
A firmware update is carried out.
right
Green
Yellow
TradeSwitch-LED
The optional TS-LED (order number A6100041) lights if the keyboard and mouse signals of a master console are accessing the user
module.
NOTE: Keyboard and mouse signals can only access another user module or a target computer if you purchased the TradeSwitch feature for the matrix switch.
Target and user modules (USB) · 76
User module »DVI-U-CON-2«
Technical data
DVI-U-CON-2
Interfaces to
console
Video:
1 × DVI-I (DVI Single-Link or VGA)
Keyboard/mouse signals
2 × PS/2 socket
3 × USB-A
Audio:
2 × 3.5 mm jack socket
USB:
4 × USB-A socket
Tradeswitch-LED:
1 × D-SUB 9 scoket
Data transmission to Interface:
matrix switch
Transmission length:
2 × RJ45 socket
Video
Resolution @ 60 Hz:
Max. 1920 × 1200 pixels
Resolution @ 85 Hz:
Max. 1280 × 1024 pixels
Colour depth:
24 bits
Pixel rate:
25 MHz to 165 MHz
Vertical frequency:
50 Hz to 180 Hz
Horizontal frequency:
30 kHz to 130 kHz
Type:
Bi-directional extension
Resolution:
24 Bit
Sampling rate:
96 kHz
Bandwidth:
22 kHz
Specification:
USB 2.0
Transmission type:
transparent
Transmission rate:
Max. 16 Mbit/s
Type:
Internal power pack
Connection:
1 × IEC plug (IEC-320 C14)
Audio
USB 2.0
Main power supply
Max. 140 meters
Power input:
100 - 240 VAC; 0.5 A - 0.3 A
Redundant
power supply
 optional
Type:
Portable power pack (12 V/2 A)
Connection:
1 × Mini-DIN 4 socket (Power In)
Power input:
12 VDC; 2.2 A
Casing
Material:
Anodised aluminium
Dimensions (W × H × D):
210 × 44 × 210 mm
Weight:
Approx. 1.5 kg
Temperature:
+5 to +45 °C
Air humidity:
< 80%, non-condensing
Operational
environment
Conformity
77 · Target and user modules (USB)
CE, RoHS
User module »DP-U-CON«
User module »DP-U-CON«
With DP-U-CON user modules, you can connect a console (DisplayPort monitor, keyboard, mouse and audio devices) to a digital matrix switch of the ControlCenter-Digital
or the DVICenter series.
At the installed console, matrix switch users can access a target module to operate
the connected computer.
The data stream of the connected USB devices is transmitted to the active target
module with up to 16 Mbit/s (DVI-U-CPU, DP-U-CPU and VGA-U-CPU series only).
Package contents
 1 × DP-U-CON user module
 1 × Power cable
Required accessories
 1 × Category 5e (or better) twisted pair cable to connect the user module to
the matrix switch
Target and user modules (USB) · 78
User module »DP-U-CON«
Installation
Connecting the console devices
LED out
USB Devices
Mouse
Main Power
Generic
Transmission
DisplayPort Out
Micro In
Speaker
Keyb./Mouse
Keyb.
Red. Power
NOTE: Both keyboard and mouse signals can be transmitted to the computer using
the PS/2 or the USB interfaces.
Keyb.: Connect the PS/2 keyboard of the local console.
Mouse: Connect the PS/2 mouse of the local console.
Keyb./Mouse: Connect the USB keyboard and/or USB mouse of the local console.
NOTE: You can also combine PS/2 and USB devices, for example by connecting a
USB mouse and a PS/2 keyboard.
Generic: By default (Keyb./Mouse mode), you can use this interface to connect another
USB input device or supported displays or tablets.
Enable the Generic HID mode (see page 90 ff.) if you want to connect another USB
input device. In this mode, data of the USB input device remains unaltered when
transmitted to the active target module.
IMPORTANT: With enabled Generic HID mode, it is not possible to operate the OSD
with a keyboard connected to the Generic socket.
USB Devices: Connect any USB devices to these interfaces. The data stream of the
connected USB device is transmitted to a compatible target module with up to 16
Mbit/s.
DisplayPort Out: Connect the monitor of the local console.
NOTE: Check the monitor's manual if the OSD provides a setting for the mode of
the DisplayPort input. If so, select the mode in which the image data is processed
according to the standard DisplayPort 1.1.
Micro In: Connect the optional microphone of the local console.
Speaker: Connect the optional speakers of the local console.
79 · Target and user modules (USB)
User module »DP-U-CON«
Connection to the matrix switch
Transmission: Use a category 5e (or better) twisted pair cable to connect the Transmis-
sion interface to a Dynamic Port (RJ45) of the matrix switch.
NOTE: You can also connect the target module directly to a compatible user module.
Power supply
Main Power: Connect the power cable to the power pack and a power outlet.
Red. Power: If required, connect the power cable of the optional power pack to this
interface. This provides a redundant power supply. Connect the power cable with
the power pack and a power outlet of a different power circuit.
LED Out: If you expanded the functional range of the matrix switch by purchasing the
TradeSwitch function, connect the optional TS-LED-2 (order number A6100041) to this
interface.
Start-up
Start the user module by pressing the Main Power button of the power pack.
ADVICE: The active hotkey configuration is displayed during the System Startup of
the matrix switch.
Target and user modules (USB) · 80
User module »DP-U-CON«
Status displays
Front panel
USB Devices
Power
Red.
Main
Status
Console
Trans.
System
Service
Video
K/M
The LEDs on the front panel of the user module show the system’s operating status.
Section
LED
Status
Meaning
Power
Red.
On
The optional power pack is connected and the required voltage
(12 Volt) is available.
Off
The optional power pack is not (properly) connected.
On
The power pack provides the required voltage.
Off
The power button is turned off or the connection with the mains
could not be established.
Check the proper connection of the power supply cable.
On
The communication with the matrix switch could be established.
Off
The communication with the matrix switch could not be established.
On
The device is booting or carries out a firmware update.
Blinking
The system is ready for operation.
On
Stable image signal at video input.
Off
The incoming video signal could not be detected or it lacks the
required quality to be processed by the system.
On
A local keyboard was found.
Off
No power at PS/2 interface or USB bus.
Blinking
The CPU input (PS/2 or USB) is active and ready.
No local keyboard was found.
Main
Status
Trans.
System
Console
Video
K/M
81 · Target and user modules (USB)
User module »DP-U-CON«
Back panel
LED out
USB Devices
Mouse
Main Power
Generic
Transmission
DisplayPort Out
Micro In
Speaker
Keyb./Mouse
Keyb.
Red. Power
The Transmission interface at the back panel of the user module provides additional
status LEDs. The LEDs have the following meaning:
LED
Colour
Status
Meaning
Left
Yellow
Off
No connection to network.
Blinking
Network connection to an end device.
On
A user module is accessing the target module.
Blinking
No communication with matrix switch.
Flashing
Connection to matrix switch established.
No user module is accessing.
Right
Green
Flickering Keyboard and mouse inputs are forwarded by the accessing
user module.
The flickering is defined by the user’s entries.
Yellow
Flashing
A firmware update is carried out.
TradeSwitch-LED
The optional TS-LED (order number A6100041) lights if the keyboard and mouse signals of a master console are accessing the user
module.
NOTE: Keyboard and mouse signals can only access another user module or a target computer if you activated the TradeSwitch function for the matrix switch.
Target and user modules (USB) · 82
User module »DP-U-CON«
Technical data
DP-U-CON
Interfaces to
console:
Video:
1 × DVI-I (DVI Single-Link or VGA)
Keyboard and mouse signals:
2 × PS/2 socket
2 × USB-A
Audio:
2 × 3.5 mm jack socket
USB:
4 × USB-A socket
Tradeswitch-LED:
1 × D-SUB 9 socket
Data transmission to Interface:
matrix switch
Transmission length:
1 × RJ45 socket
Video
Resolution @ 60 Hz:
Max. 1920 × 1200 pixels
Resolution @ 85 Hz:
Max. 1280 × 1024 pixels
Colour depth:
24 bits
Pixel rate:
25 MHz to 165 MHz
Vertical frequency:
50 Hz to 180 Hz
Horizontal frequency:
30 kHz to 130 kHz
Type:
Bi-directional extension
Resolution:
24 Bit
Sampling rate:
96 kHz
Bandwidth:
22 kHz
Specification:
USB 2.0
Transmission type:
transparent
Transmission rate:
Max. 16 Mbit/s
Type:
Internal power pack
Connection:
1 × IEC plug(IEC-320 C14)
Audio
USB 2.0
Main power supply
Max. 140 meters
Current consumption:
100 - 240 VAC; 0.5 A - 0.3 A
Redundant
power supply
 optional
Type:
External power pack (12 V/2 A)
Connection:
1 × Mini-DIN 4 socket(Power In)
Current consumption:
12 VDC; 2.2 A
Casing
Material:
Anodised aluminium
Dimensions (W × H × D):
210 × 44 × 210 mm
Weight:
Approx. 1.3 kg
Temperature:
+5 to +45 °C
Air humidity:
< 80%, non-condensing
Operational
environment
Conformity
83 · Target and user modules (USB)
CE, RoHS
User module »DP-U-CON-2«
User module »DP-U-CON-2«
With DP-U-CON-2 user modules, you can connect a console (DisplayPort monitor, keyboard, mouse and audio devices) to two digital matrix switches of the ControlCenterDigital or the DVICenter series.
At the installed console, matrix switch users can access a target module to operate
the connected computer.
The data stream of the connected USB devices is transmitted to the active target
module with up to 16 Mbit/s (DVI-U-CPU, DP-U-CPU and VGA-U-CPU series only).
The buttons on the front panel of the user module or configured key combinations
(select keys) let users switch between the connected matrix switches.
ADVICE: Instead of a matrix switch, you can also connect a compatible target module
to each of the two channels.
Package contents
 1 × DVI-U-CON-2 user module
 1 × Power cable
Required accessories
 2 × Category 5e (or better) twisted pair cables to connect the user module to two
the matrix switches
Target and user modules (USB) · 84
User module »DP-U-CON-2«
Installation
Connecting the console devices
Transmission 2
LED out
USB Devices
Mouse
Main Power
Generic
Transmission 1
DisplayPort Out
Micro In
Speaker
Keyb./Mouse
Keyb.
Red. Power
DisplayPort Out: Connect the monitor/projector of the local console.
NOTE: Check the monitor's manual if the OSD provides a setting for the mode of
the DisplayPort input. If so, select the mode in which the image data is processed
according to the standard DisplayPort 1.1.
Micro In: Connect the optional microphone of the local console.
Speaker: Connect the optional speakers of the local console.
USB Devices: Connect any USB devices to these interfaces. The data stream of the
connected USB device is transmitted to a compatible target module with up to 16
Mbit/s.
NOTE: Console keyboard and console mouse can be connected to the user module’s
USB or PS/2 interfaces.
Keyb.: Connect the PS/2 keyboard of the local console.
Mouse: Connect the PS/2 mouse of the local console.
Keyb./Mouse: Connect the USB keyboard and/or the USB mouse of the local console.
NOTE: Mixed operation, for example connecting a USB mouse and a PS/2 keyboard is supported, too.
Generic: By default (Keyb./Mouse mode), you can use this interface to connect another
USB input device or supported displays or tablets.
Enable the Generic HID mode (see page 90 ff.) if you want to connect another USB
input device. In this mode, data of the USB input device remains unaltered when
transmitted to the active target module.
IMPORTANT: With enabled Generic HID mode, it is not possible to operate the OSD
with a keyboard connected to the Generic socket.
USB Devices: Connect any USB devices to these interfaces. The data stream of the
connected USB device is transmitted to a compatible target module with up to 16
Mbit/s.
85 · Target and user modules (USB)
User module »DP-U-CON-2«
LED Out: If you purchased and added the TradeSwitch feature to the matrix switch, con-
nect the optional TS-LED2 here (order number A6100041).
Connection to the matrix switch
NOTE: Use category 5e (or better) twisted pair cables to connect the devices.
Transmission 1: Connect this interface to a Dynamic Port (RJ45) of the matrix switch.
Transmission 2: Connect this interface to another Dynamic Port (RJ45) of the matrix
switch.
ADVICE: You can also connect the Transmission interface directly to a compatible target
module.
Power supply
Main Power: Connect the power cable to the power pack and a power outlet.
Red. Power: If required, connect the power cable of the optional power pack to this
interface. This provides a redundant power supply. Connect the power cable with
the power pack and a power outlet of a different power circuit.
Start-up
Start the user module by pressing the Main Power button of the power pack.
ADVICE: The active hotkey configuration is displayed during the System Startup of
the matrix switch.
Switching
The buttons on the front panel of the user module or configured key combinations
(select keys) let users switch between the connected matrix switches.
How to switch channels via buttons:
 Press the button of the desired channel to activate it.
How to switch channels via key combinations:
 On the console keyboard, press Hotkey+Select key.
In the default settings, the select keys are Alt+1 (channel 1) and Alt+2 (channel 2).
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User module »DP-U-CON-2«
Status displays
Front panel
USB Devices
Trans. 1
Trans. 2
Active
Status
Power
Red.
Main
Status
Trans.
System
Console
Service
Video
K/M
The LEDs on the front panel of the user module show the system’s operating status.
Section
LED
Status
Meaning
Power
Red.
On
The optional power pack is connected and the required voltage
(12 Volt) is available.
Off
The optional power pack is not (properly) connected.
On
The main power supply provides the required voltage.
Off
The power button is turned off or the connection with the mains
could not be established.
Check the proper connection of the power supply cable.
On
The communication with the connected matrix switch or the target module of the active channel could be established successfully.
Off
The communication with a matrix switch or target module of the
active channel could not be established.
On
The device is booting or carries out a firmware update.
Blinking
The system is ready for operation.
On
Stable image signal at video input.
Off
The incoming video signal could not be detected or it lacks the
required quality to be processed by the system.
On
A local keyboard was found.
Off
No power at PS/2 interface or USB bus.
Blinking
The CPU input (PS/2 or USB) is active and ready.
No local keyboard was found.
On
Active channel.
Off
Inactive channel.
On
The communication with the connected matrix switch or the target module of this channel was established successfully.
Off
The communication with a matrix switch or target module of this
active channel could not be established.
Main
Status
Trans.
System
Console
Video
K/M
Trans.
Active
Status
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User module »DP-U-CON-2«
Back panel
LED out
Transmission 2
USB Devices
Mouse
Main Power
Generic
Transmission 1
DisplayPort Out
Micro In
Speaker
Keyb./Mouse
Keyb.
Red. Power
The Transmission interface at the back panel of the user module provides additional
status LEDs. The LEDs have the following functions:
LED
Colour
Status
Meaning
left
Yellow
off
No connection to network.
blinking
Network connection to an end device.
on
A user module is accessing the target module.
blinking
No communication with matrix switch.
flashing
Connection to matrix switch established.
No user module is accessing.
flickering
Keyboard and mouse inputs are forwarded by the accessing
user module.
The flickering is defined by the user’s entries.
flashing
A firmware update is carried out.
right
Green
Yellow
TradeSwitch-LED
The optional TS-LED (order number A6100041) lights if the keyboard and mouse signals of a master console are accessing the user
module.
NOTE: Keyboard and mouse signals can only access another user module or a target computer if you purchased the TradeSwitch feature for the matrix switch.
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User module »DP-U-CON-2«
Technical data
DP-U-CON-2
Interfaces to
console
Video:
1 × DisplayPort socket
Keyboard/mouse signals
2 × PS/2 socket
3 × USB-A
Audio:
2 × 3.5 mm jack socket
USB:
4 × USB-A socket
Tradeswitch-LED:
1 × D-SUB 9 scoket
Data transmission to Interface:
matrix switch
Transmission length:
2 × RJ45 socket
Video
Resolution @ 60 Hz:
Max. 1920 × 1200 pixels
Resolution @ 85 Hz:
Max. 1280 × 1024 pixels
Colour depth:
24 bits
Pixel rate:
25 MHz to 165 MHz
Vertical frequency:
50 Hz to 180 Hz
Horizontal frequency:
30 kHz to 130 kHz
Type:
Bi-directional extension
Resolution:
24 Bit
Sampling rate:
96 kHz
Bandwidth:
22 kHz
Specification:
USB 2.0
Transmission type:
transparent
Transmission rate:
Max. 16 Mbit/s
Type:
Internal power pack
Connection:
1 × IEC plug (IEC-320 C14)
Audio
USB 2.0
Main power supply
Max. 140 meters
Power input:
100 - 240 VAC; 0.5 A - 0.3 A
Redundant
power supply
 optional
Type:
Portable power pack (12 V/2 A)
Connection:
1 × Mini-DIN 4 socket (Power In)
Power input:
12 VDC; 2.2 A
Casing
Material:
Anodised aluminium
Dimensions (W × H × D):
210 × 44 × 210 mm
Weight:
Approx. 1.5 kg
Temperature:
+5 to +45 °C
Air humidity:
< 80%, non-condensing
Operational
environment
Conformity
89 · Target and user modules (USB)
CE, RoHS
C Generic HID
In Generic HID mode, data of the USB input device connected to the Generic socket of
the user module remains unaltered when transmitted to the active target module.
The use of Generic HID devices is possible only after you enable the Generic HID mode
of the user module and of the target module.
NOTE: With enabled Generic HID mode, it is not possible to operate the OSD with a
keyboard connected to the Generic socket.
In Generic HID mode, you can connect USB hubs or USB composite devices to the
Generic socket of the user module.
USB composite devices are USB devices that are connected to a computer via one USB
cable, but consist of separate HID devices (e.g. keyboard/mouse or touchpad/mouse.
When connecting a USB hub or a USB composite device containing multiple USB
devices, only the first of the connected HID devices can be used in Generic HID
mode. The OSD informs you if other HID devices of the composite device or the
hub are detected.
NOTE: In Multi User mode, the Generic HID device is available to the first active user
module. Once the user module logs off and another user module logs in, the
Generic HID device of the now active user module becomes available.
Enabling/disabling the user module’s
Generic HID mode
How to enable/disable the user module’s Generic HID mode:
1. Press Ctrl+Num (default) to open the on-screen display.
2. Press F11 to open the Configuration menu.
3. Select Console and press Enter.
4. Select Generic HID and press F8 to select one of the following options:
off:
Connect either a USB keyboard or a USB mouse to the user module’s
Generic interface.
on:
The data of any USB input device connected to the user module’s
Generic interface remains unaltered when transmitted to the active target module.
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Enabling/disabling the target module’s Generic HID mode
IMPORTANT: To use the generic HID device, enable the USB HID mode
Generic HID of the target modules you want to access (see below).
5. Press F2 to save your changes.
Enabling/disabling the target module’s
Generic HID mode
USB target modules support different USB input devices. You can use the special
features of a USB input device after selecting the specific USB keyboard mode (see
page 90).
As an alternative to the specific USB keyboard modes, you can use the Generic HID
mode. In this mode, data of USB devices connected to the Generic interface remains
unaltered when transmitted to the active target module.
IMPORTANT: When connecting a USB hub or a USB composite device containing
multiple USB devices, only the first of the connected HID devices can be used in
Generic HID mode (see page 90).
How to select a USB keyboard mode:
1. Press Ctrl+Num (default) to open the on-screen display.
2. Press F11 to open the Configuration menu.
3. Select Target and press Enter.
4. Select the target module whose settings you want to change and press F5.
5. Select USB keyboard and press F8 to select one of the following options.
Multimedia: PC keyboard with additional multimedia keys (default)
Standard:
PC keyboard with standard keyboard layout
Generic:
Any USB input device
NOTE: USB target modules additionally support certain USB input devices.
After selecting the specific USB keyboard mode of such a device, you can use
the special features of these USB input devices.
6. Click OK to save your changes.
91 · Target and user modules (USB)
D Extender mode
The user modules and the target modules for the digital matrix switch can be operated in extender mode.
Connect a user module directly with a compatible target module. Use the same
cable types as for the connection of a matrix switch (see Installation).
NOTE: Older modules may require a crossover cable to connect both modules.
The modules auto-recognise direct connections. The computer connected to the target module is operated at the user module.
Opening the on-screen display in
extender mode
In extender mode, you can change the user module settings in the module’s OSD.
NOTE: When the modules are connected to a matrix switch, the modules are configured in the OSD of the matrix switch.
The matrix switch manual describes the OSD settings.
You can use the configured hotkey to open the on-screen display at the console.
How to open the on-screen display:
1. Press Alt+Num (default) to open the on-screen display.
Configuration
Hotkey...
EDID...
Keyboard/Mouse...
Mouse utility...
Console utility...
Information...
ESC: Exit
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Configuration
Configuration
With the user module’s on-screen display, you can view and change the settings in
extender mode.
Changing the hotkey to open the on-screen display
When in extender mode, press Alt+Num (default) to open the user module’s local onscreen display (OSD).
NOTE: The hotkey consists of at least one hotkey modifier key and an additional
hotkey, which you can select from multoiple options.
Both the Alt hotkey modifier key and the Num hotkey can be changed.
How to change the hotkey to open the on-screen display:
1. Press the Alt+Num (default) hotkey to open the on-screen display.
2. Select Hotkey and press Enter.
3. Use the arrow keys to select at least one of the hotkey modifiers listed under Modifier. Then, press F8:
Ctrl:
Ctrl key
Alt:
Alt key
Alt Gr:
Alt Gr key
Win:
Windows key
Shift:
Shift key
4. Press F8 to select one of the hotkeys listed under Key. The on-screen display can be
opened by pressing the hotkey and the selected hotkey modifier(s) at the same
time:
Num:
Num key
Pause:
Pause key
Insert:
Insert key
Delete:
Delete key
Home:
Home key
End:
End key
PgUp:
Page Up key
PgDn:
Page Down key
Space:
Space key
5. Press F2 to save your settings.
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Configuration
Opening the on-screen display via double keypress
In addition to opening the OSD with the key combination Alt+Num, you can open
the OSD by pressing a previously selected key twice.
How to define the key to open the OSD via double keypress:
1. Press the Alt+Num (default) hotkey to open the on-screen display.
2. Select Hotkey and press Enter.
3. Select OSD via 2x keypress and press F8 (repeatedly) to select one of the following
options:
off:
Opening OSD via double keypress disabled (defaultStandard)
Ctrl:
Open OSD by pressing Ctrl twice
Alt:
Open OSD by pressing Alt twice
Alt Gr:
Open OSD by pressing Alt Gr twice
Win:
Open OSD by pressing Win twice
Shift:
Open OSD by pressing Shift twice
Print:
Open OSD by pressing Druck twice
ADVICE: Press Ctrl+F8 to show a list inclduing all options. Select the desired
option and press Enter.
4. Press F2 to save your settings.
Changing the select keys
NOTE: Select keys can only be used and configured at user modules providing at
least two channels (e. g. DVI-CON-2).
In the default settings, the select keys 1 and 2 are active to switch between the connected target modules.
You can also select another set of select keys.
How to select another set of select keys:
1. Press the Alt+Num (default) hotkey to open the on-screen display.
2. Select Hotkey and press Enter.
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Configuration
3. Select Selectkeys and press F8 to select one of the following options:
1, 2:
Activates select keys 1 and 2
F1, F2:
Activates select keys F1 and F2
NUM 1, NUM 2
Activates select keys NUM 1 and NUM 2
A , B:
Activates select keys A and B
4. Press F2 to save your settings.
Administrating EDID profiles
The EDID information (Extended Display Identification Data) of a monitor gives the
graphics card of a connected computer information about various technical features
of the device.
The EDID profile of the monitor that is connected to the user module, is not available at the target module. Therefore, the target module transmits a standard profile
to the computer. The EDID information of the profile are optimised for the majority
of available graphics cards.
ADVICE: In some cases it is recommended to send the EDID profile of the console
monitor to the target module. Now the connected computer receives the EDID data
of the console monitor.
How to transmit the EDID profile of the connected monitor to the target module:
1. Press the Alt+Num (default) hotkey to open the on-screen display.
2. Select EDID and press Enter.
3. Select Send monitor‘s EDID and press Enter.
4. Press Esc to close the EDID menu.
How to activate the G&D EDID profile:
NOTE: By activating this profile, you might delete a transmitted EDID profile.
1. Press the Alt+Num (default) hotkey to open the on-screen display.
2. Select EDID and press Enter.
3. Select Install default EDID and press Enter.
4. Press Esc to close the EDID menu.
95 · Target and user modules (USB)
Configuration
Activating the support of special PS/2 keyboards
The user module supports the additional keys of the follwoing PS/2 keyboards:
PixelPower Rapid Action, PixelPower Clarity (blue) and SKIDATA1.
How to activate the support of special PS/2 keyboards:
1. Press the Alt+Num (default) hotkey to open the on-screen display.
2. Select Keyboard/Mouse and press Enter.
3. Select PS/2 Enh. keyboard and press F8 to select one of the following options:
no:
Standard keyboard
PixelPower RA:
Special PixelPower Clarity (blue) keyboard
PixelPower C:
Special PixelPower Rapid Action keyboard
SKIDATA1:
Special SKIDATA1 keyboard
ADVICE: Press Ctrl+F8 to show a list inclduing all options. Select the desired
option and press Enter.
4. Press F2 to save your settings.
Adjusting the scancode set of a PS/2 keyboard
If a key is pressed on the PS/2 keyboard, the keyboard processor sends a data packet
that is called scan code. The two common scan code sets (sets 2 and 3) contain different scan codes.
The user module interprets all inputs of the PS/2 keyboard with scan code set 2.
If the pipe (“|”) cannot be entered or if the arrow keys of the keyboard do not work
as expected, it is recommended to switch to scan code set 3.
How to select the scancode set of the PS/2 keyboard:
1. Press the Alt+Num (default) hotkey to open the on-screen display.
2. Select Keyboard/Mouse and press Enter.
3. Select PS/2 Scancode set and press F8 to select scancode sets 2 or 3.
4. Press F2 to save your settings.
5. Restart the user module to apply your changes.
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Configuration
Reinitialising USB input devices
After connecting a USB keyboard or mouse to the user module, the input devices
are initialised and can be used immediately.
Some USB input devices require a reinitialisation of the USB connection. Enable
the automatic reinitialisation of USB devices if a USB keyboard or mouse does not
respond to your inputs during operation.
How to enable/disable the reinitialisation of USB devices:
1. Press the Alt+Num (default) hotkey to open the on-screen display.
2. Select Keyboard/Mouse and press Enter.
3. Select the USB Auto Refresh entry and press F8 to select the keyboard type:
off:
The connected USB input devices do not need to be reinitialised (recommended setting).
all:
All USB devices are regularly reinitialised.
only faulty:
The status of USB devices is monitored. If the communication with a USB devices is interrupted, the device is reinitialised.
4. Press F2 to save your settings.
Opening the on-screen display by mouse
In the default settings of the matrix system, the on-screen display (OSD) can only be
called with the configured key combination.
If a Microsoft »IntelliMouse Explorer« or another compatible mouse with five keys is
connected to the user console, you can call the on-screen display through the mouse
keys four and five at the side of the mouse
How to (de)activate the mouse support to operate the on-screen display:
1. Press the Alt+Num (default) hotkey to open the on-screen display.
2. Select Keyboard/Mouse and press Enter.
3. Select OSD by mouse and press F8 to select one of the following options:
No:
OSD cannot be opened by mouse
Yes:
opens OSD via mouse keys 4 and 5 of a compatible mouse
4. Press F2 to save your settings.
97 · Target and user modules (USB)
Configuration
Choosing the USB keyboard mode
NOTE: This setting can only be edited with USB versions of the target modules.
USB target modules support different USB input devices. You can use the special features of a USB input device after selecting the specific USB keyboard mode.
 USB keyboards: In addition to the keys of standard keyboard layouts, the default
USB keymode PC Multimedia supports several multimedia keys like Loud and Quiet.
With Apple or Sun Keyboards, you can apply special keymodes to use the special keys
of these keyboards.
The following table lists the supported USB keyboards:
INPUT DEVICE
SETTING
PC keyboard with additional multimedia keys
 PC Multimedia
PC keyboard with standard keyboard layout
 PC Standard
Apple Keyboard with numeric keypad (A1243)
 Apple A1243
Sun Keyboard (German keyboard layout)
 SUN German
Sun Keyboard (American keyboard layout)
 SUN US
 Displays and tablets: You can operate computers connected to the target module with
one of the supported displays or tablets:
INPUT DEVICE
SETTING
HP 2310tk
 HP 2310t
iiyama T1931
 iiyama T1931
Wacom Cintiq 21UX
 Wacom Cint.21
Wacom Intuos3
 Wacom Int.3
Wacom Intuos4 S
 Wacom Int.4S
Wacom Intuos4 M
 Wacom Int.4M
Wacom Intuos4 L
 Wacom Int.4L
Wacom Intuos4 XL
 Wacom Int.4XL
Wacom Intuos5
 Wacom Int.5
 Controller: With ShuttlePRO v2 multimedia controllers, you can operate audio and
video programs. You can use a special USB keymode to operate computers connected to the target module using the controller:
INPUT DEVICE
SETTING
Contour ShuttlePRO v2
 Contour SP2
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Configuration
 LK463 compatible keyboard: You can connect an LK463 compatible keyboard to the
user modules of the KVM matrix system. The order of the 108 keys of these keyboards
is the same as the OpenVMS keyboard layout.
A special USB keyboard mode guarantees that the keypress of a special key on this
keyboard is forwarded to the target computer:
INPUT DEVICE
SETTING
LK463 compatible keyboard
 LK463
How to select a USB keyboard mode:
1. Press the Alt+Num (default) hotkey to open the on-screen display.
2. Select Keyboard/Mouse and press Enter.
3. Select USB HID mode and press F8 to select one of the following options.
ADVICE: Press Ctrl+F8 to show a list including all options. Select the desired
option and press Enter.
4. Press F2 to save your settings.
How to use the special function of Sun keyboards on a standard keyboard:
IMPORTANT: You can use the emulation of »Solaris Shortcut Keys« in the SUN DE and
SUN US keyboard mode only.
If the target module is provided with a Sun Keyboard, you can use Solaris Shortcut Keys
after enabling their support.
99 · Target and user modules (USB)
Configuration
When using a standard keyboard, you can perform these functions by using the key
combinations listed below:
KEY COMBINATIONS
»SOLARIS SHORTCUT KEY« OF SUN KEYBOARDS
Ctrl+Alt+F2
Again
Ctrl+Alt+F3
Props
Ctrl+Alt+F4
Undo
Ctrl+Alt+F5
Front
Ctrl+Alt+F6
Copy
Ctrl+Alt+F7
Open
Ctrl+Alt+F8
Paste
Ctrl+Alt+F9
Find
Ctrl+Alt+F10
Cut
Ctrl+Alt+F11
Help
Ctrl+Alt+F12
Mute
Ctrl+Alt+NUM+
Loud
Ctrl+Alt+NUM-
Quiet
Ctrl+Alt+NUM*
Compose
Ctrl+Alt+Pause
Shutdown
Pause+A
Stop
Support for servers of IBM’s RS/6000 series
NOTE: This setting can only be edited with PS/2 versions of the target modules.
Activate the support for UNIX servers of IBM’s RS/6000 series in the IBM RS/6000
support menu if the target computer is a server of this series.
How to (de)activate the special support for servers of IBM’s RS/6000 series:
1. Press the Alt+Num (default) hotkey to open the on-screen display.
2. Select Keyboard/Mouse and press Enter.
3. Select IBM RS/6000 support and press F8 to select one of the following options:
Yes:
Support for servers of IBM’s RS/6000 series is activated
No:
Support for servers of IBM’s RS/6000 series is deactivated
4. Press F2 to save your settings.
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Configuration
Enable/disable the startup without a keyboard
By default, user modules start without a keyboard. As an alternative, the user module can interrupt startup by showing a message regarding the missing keyboard.
Once you connect a keyboard to the user module, the startup process continues.
How to enable/disable the startup of a user module without a keyboard:
1. Press the Alt+Num (default) hotkey to open the on-screen display.
2. Select Keyboard/Mouse and press Enter.
3. Select the Keyboard required entry and press F8 to select one of the following
options:
no:
User module can be started without a keyboard (default).
yes:
User module can be started only when a keyboard is connected.
4. Press F2 to save your settings.
Activating or resetting a PS/2 mouse
Compared to USB mouses, PS/2 mouses do not support hot plug technology. You
can therefore insert the PS/2 plug during operation, but it may be possible that the
computer does not detect the input device.
In order to activate or reset the PS/2 mouse, the matrix system can be used to send
a special command to the computer connected to the target module.
NOTE: Since the commands differ depending on the used mouse type and the
installed operating system, four different functions are provided.
How to start and use the Mouse utility function:
1. Press the Alt+Num (default) hotkey to open the on-screen display.
2. Select Mouse utility and press Enter.
3. Select one of the following functions and press Enter:
Reset Mouse:
Resets the PS/2 mouse interface of a Windows
computer
Enable mouse (for Unix):
Activates the PS/2 mouse of a Linux computer
Enable Intelli:
Activates the PS/2 wheel mouse of a Linux computer
Enable Intelli-Explorer:
Activates the PS/2 wheel mouse with additional
keys of a Linux computer
101 · Target and user modules (USB)
Configuration
Resetting the default settings
This setting resets the default settings of the extender mode. All settings that have
been changed by the user are reset.
How to reset the default settings of the matrix switch:
1. Press the Alt+Num (default) hotkey to open the on-screen display.
2. Select Console utility and press Enter.
3. Select Set system defaults and press Enter.
Showing status information
The OSD shows you information about the user module and the connected target
module.
Several menus provide you with the following information:
FIRMWARE INFO
This menu shows information about the user module (console) and the target module (target).
ID:
Device ID
Version:
Installed firmware version
Device:
Type name
Firmware:
Name of installed firmware
HOTKEY
Local Hotkey (Modifier+Key)
Modifier:
Modifier key of key combination
Key:
Hotkey of key combination
Local OSD via 2x keypress
Modifier:
Configured key to oprn the on-screen display via double keypress
Local selectkeys
Keys:
Selected set of select keys:
HARDWARE INFORMATION
Serial number:
Serial number of user module
How to show status information in the OSD:
1. Press the Alt+Num (default) hotkey to open the on-screen display.
2. Select Information and press Enter.
3. Use the arrow keys to select the desired menu item (see above).
4. Press Enter to show the desired information.
5. Press Esc to leave the menu.
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NOTES
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