LDV-DM202AU Quick Installation Guide

LDV-DM202AU Quick Installation Guide
Quick Installation Guide
True Transparent USB Emulation for keyboard and mouse
All-Time Full DDC Emulation for Video Compatibility
Digital and Analog Video Support
2 x USB 2.0 Hub Ports
Audio&Mic Switching Support
User-Definable Hotkey Preceding Sequence
LDV-DM202AU/LDV-DM204AU
2/4-port Dual Monitor DVI KVM Switch
w/ Audio&Mic
True Transparent USB Emulation
Quick Installation Guide
Thank you for purchasing the LDV-DM202AU / LDV-DM204AU
Dual Monitor DVI KVM Switch w/ Audio&Mic! With our highly
reliable and quality product, user can enjoy countless benefits
from using this KVM switch.
Applicable models: LDV-DM202AU/LDV-DM204AU 2/4-port Dual Monitor DVI KVM Switch w/ Audio&Mic
The LDV-DM202AU / LDV-DM204AU supports All-Time Full DDC
Emulation so that it can guarantee a maximum compatibility with
video requirements. It supports digital resolution up to 1920 x 1200,
analog resolution up to 2048 x1536.
Before you install
The correct setup sequence is …
( 1 ) Power up your KVM switch by connecting the external power
adapter to it.
( 2 ) Then connect the shared keyboard, mouse, monitors also
speakers, and microphone to the KVM switch, then connect
your computers one by one.
Since USB interface is hot-pluggable, you don’t have t o turn off the computer before
making connections to the KVM switch.
Out-of-the-box Installation
Take the KVM switch out of the box and begin installation….
LDV-DM202AU
LDV-DM204AU
LDV-DM202AU - Back Panel
Dual Monitor Console
The default setting of the LDV-DM202AU / LDV-DM204AU is
appropriate for most systems. You do not need to configure the
KVM switch before installation. Please follow the instructions below
for the setup sequence:
Step 1. Power up your KVM switch by connecting the external
power adapter to it.
Step 2. Connect the shared USB keyboard, mouse, two monitors,
speakers, and microphone as well as other shared USB
devices to the KVM switch.
Step 3. Connect each of your computers to the KVM switch using
the DVI-D video cable, USB (Type A -to- Type B) cable,
audio and microphone cables (cables not included).
4 x Computers with dual displays
USB 2.0 Devices
Easy Operation
There are two methods to control your KVM switch for PC,
USB Hub ports as well as audio/mic channel selection: using
the front- panel push button or a keyboard hotkey sequence.
Front-Panel Push Button
The front-panel push buttons let you have direct control over
KVM switch operation and channel switching. Simply press the
desire button for PC channel sw itching. If you want to enable the
binding of PC / USB H ub ports / Audio/Mic switching, use the
keyboard hotkey sequences. See Quick Reference Sheet
Keyboard Hotkey Sequence
A keyboard hotkey sequence consists of at least three specific
keystrokes (console keyboard only): See Quick Reference Sheet
Hotkey sequence = [ScrLk]* + [ScrLk] * + Command key(s)
LDV-DM204AU – Back Panel
Introduction
The LDV-DM202AU / LDV-DM204AU Dual Monitor DVI KVM
Switch utilizes the latest True Transparent USB (TTU)
Emulation Technology to ensure full compatibility to all USB
keyboards and mice and also guarantee fastest switching
speed. By using the TTU Technology, KVM users will no
longer suffer any comprise to keyboard and mouse
functionalities and can enjoy their full capability. Hence this KVM
switch is especially designed for use with gaming keyboard
and gaming mouse. Its two extra USB 2.0 hub ports are for
sharing high-speed USB 2.0 devices. Thus, your investment on
this KVM switch is further ensured and its life-time value just
DVI – D
Video Cable
USB cable
(Type A -to- Type B)
Audio/Mic
Cables
Step 4. (Now your KVM switch should have been powered-up….)
Power up the connected computers one by one. After your
computers are powered up, the keyboard and mouse
will be recognized and now you can begin operating the
KVM switch.
And also you should verify the USB devices on your USB Hub p orts
are fully functioning after installation of its drivers on both connected PCs.
If you need to connect to a analog video source (VGA) you might
need to use a D V I - V G A a d a p t e r f o r m o n i t o r a n d DVI-I video
cable with DVI-VGA adapter to facilitate connection with the KVM switch.
Rev. 1.8
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* User-definable
= SCROLL LOCK, CAPS, ESC, F12 or NUM LOCK
Keyboard hotkey preceding sequence configuration:
For users who want to use a preceding sequence other than two
consecutive Scroll Lock keys, f oll o w t he st e ps b el o w to configure
it. (1)Hit Scroll-Lock and Scroll-Lock then H, two beeps will signal
readiness for new preceding sequence selection or press and hold
down the last front-panel push button (button 2/4) until you hear two
beeps, then release the button. (2) Select and press the key you would
like to use as your preceding sequence (SCROLL LOCK, CAPS, ESC,
F12 or NUM LOCK keys are available for selection) and you’ll hear a
beep for selection confirmation. Now you can use the new preceding
sequence to execute your keyboard hotkey commands.
Each keystroke within a hotkey sequence should be pressed
within 2 seconds. Otherwise, the hotkey sequence will not be validated.
Quick Installation Guide
Applicable models: LDV-DM202AU/LDV-DM204AU 2/4-port Dual Monitor DVI KVM Switch w/ Audio&Mic
Quick
Reference Sheet
2/4-port Dual Monitor DVI KVM Switch w/ Audio & Mic -- Operation Commands for Keyboard Hotkeys / Front-Panel Push Button
Keyboard Hotkey Sequence = [ScrLk]* + [ScrLk] * + Command key(s)
Command
Keyboard Hotkeys
2
* User-definable Preceding Sequence = SCROLL LOCK, CAPS, ESC, F12 or NUM LOCK
1
Front-Panel Push Buttons
Description
Select the active PC channel
(Joint-select PC port, USB Hub ports, and audio/mic, if binding
is enabled)
Select the USB Hub channel that control all USB Hub ports
(Joint-select PC port and USB Hub ports control, if PC and USB
Hub ports binding is enabled)
Select PC Channel
(Joint-select PC port, USB Hub ports, and audio/mic, if
binding is enabled)
Select USB Hub Ports Control 2
(Joint-select PC port, USB Hub ports, and audio/mic, if
binding is enabled)
ScrLk + ScrLk + (x)
(x is a keyboard top-row number key)
x = 1~2 / x = 1~4 for PC channel
ScrLk + ScrLk + (Fx)
(Fx is a keyboard top-row function key)
Fx = F1~F2 / Fx = F1~F4 for PC channel
Press the corresponding push button to select the
desire PC channel
Select Audio/Mic Channel 3
(Joint-select PC port, USB Hub ports, and audio/mic, if
binding is enabled)
enabled)
Bind
PC and USB Hub Ports Control Switching 2
ScrLk + ScrLk + (Fy)
(Fy is a keyboard top-row function key)
Fy = F5~F6 / Fy = F5~F8 for PC channel
ScrLk + ScrLk + Z
--
--
--
[Default]
Select the active audio/mic channel
(Joint-select PC port and audio/mic channel, if binding is
enabled)
Enable the binding of PC and USB Hub ports control switching
(When the feature is enabled, PC port and USB Hub ports
switching is bound together) (factory default)
ScrLk + ScrLk + X
--
Bind PC and Audio/Mic Ports Switching 3
[Default]
ScrLk + ScrLk + Q
--
Unbind PC and Audio/Mic Ports Switching 3
Next Lower PC Channel 2
(Joint-select PC port, USB Hub ports, and audio/mic, if
binding is enabled)
Next Higher PC Channel 2
(Joint-select PC port, USB Hub ports, and audio/mic, if
binding is enabled)
Previous PC channel
ScrLk + ScrLk + W
ScrLk + ScrLk + (arrow up)
---
ScrLk + ScrLk + (arrow down)
--
ScrLk + ScrLk + (Backspace)
--
Beep Sound On/Off
Define Keyboard Hotkey Preceding Sequence
ScrLk + ScrLk + B
ScrLk + ScrLk + H + (y)
y = SCROLL LOCK, CAPS, ESC, F12 or NUM LOCK
Toggle on/off the beep sound while PC channel switching
-Press and hold down the last button (button 2/4) Select the keyboard hotkey preceding sequence among five
until two beeps, then release and press (y) key
alternative keys
Autoscan
ScrLk + ScrLk + S
--
Autoscan with Programmable Delay Time
ScrLk + ScrLk + S + (z)
z = 0~9
1 10” ; 2 20” ; 3 30” ; 4 40” ; 5 50”
6 60” ; 7 70” ; 8 80” ; 9 90” ; 0 100”
--
Stop Autoscan
Press any key on keyboard
Press any button
Unbind PC and USB Hub Ports Control Switching
2
Disable the binding of PC and USB Hub ports switching together
Enable the binding of PC and audio/mic switching
(When the feature is enabled, PC port and audio/mic switching is
bound together) (factory default)
Disable the binding of PC and audio/mic switching
Select the next lower PC channel
(Joint-select PC port, USB Hub ports, and audio/mic, if binding
is enabled)
Select the next higher PC channel
(Joint-select PC port, USB Hub ports, and audio/mic, if binding
is enabled)
Toggle between the previous and current channel
Autoscan through every PC channel for quick screen browsing of
each PC channel (factory default scan delay = 5 sec.)
Autoscan through every PC channel with a user-defined delay
time within a range of 10 ~ 100 seconds
Terminate Autoscan activity
Notes:
1. The keyboard hotkeys, console keyboard only, allows you a faster and broader control for your KVM switching operation in addition to the front-panel push button. If you have configured a keyboard hotkey preceding
sequence other than two consecutive scroll lock keys, you should change your keyboard hotkey sequence accordingly. (For preceding sequence key configuration, please refer to Quick Installation Guide)
2. When the binding of PC and USB Hub ports switching is enabled by the keyboard hotkey sequence: ScrLk + ScrLk + Z, PC port and USB Hub ports control switching are bound together.
To disable this binding feature, use the keyboard hotkey sequence: ScrLk + ScrLk + X.
3. When the binding of PC and Audio/Mic switching is enabled by the keyboard hotkey sequence: ScrLk + ScrLk + Q, PC port and audio/mic switching are bound together.
To disable this binding feature, use the keyboard hotkey sequence: ScrLk + ScrLk + W.
LED Information: Green LED indicates between PC channel and KVM Switch USB ports (keyboard, mouse and USB Hub ports) connection status: Solid green – Link established; Flashing green – Link not established.
Red LED indicates between PC channel and KVM Switch USB Hub ports access control status: Solid red – Grant full access control of all USB Hub ports; Off – Access not granted.
Important Note: The USB Hub ports access control status LED (red) indicates not the connection status of each USB device, but indicates which PC channel has the full access control of all USB Hub ports and connected devices.
For example, when HUB 1 LED (red) is lit, it means PC 1 channel has the current full access control of all USB Hub ports and connected USB devices.
Rev. 1.8
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