What is KVM? KVM is the abbreviation of Keyboard Video Mouse, Keyboard represents the keyboard; Video represents the video; Mouse represents the mouse
What is KVM?
KVM can access and control the computer by directly connecting the host's video ports (such as: HDMI video interface, VGA video interface, DVI video interface, etc.) and USB ports (such as: USB2.0 interface, USB3.0 interface). KVM devices do not need to install driver software, plug and play; support access to target computers at any time in the BIOS environment; support multi-platform systems, servers. Some powerful KVM devices can even enable multiple computers to share a printer and support U disk read and write
What are the KVM devices?
There are two main types of common KVM devices: KVM switchers (that is, KVM multi-computer switchers) and KVM extenders.
KVM switch: support multiple (2, 4, 4, 8 etc.) computer input, 1 output, multiple computers share a display and a keyboard and mouse; the representative device has 4 in 1 out HDMI KVM switch 41HK2.0
KVM extender: has a pair of transmitting and receiving ends; can extend 1 computer input to more than 40 meters; representative equipment has an HDMI KVM extender HU12 that extends 100 meters
How to use KVM device?
Common KVM devices are directly connected to the computer through a cable, and then a set of mouse keyboard and a display device are connected to itself; for intuitive experience, we follow the two categories of KVM switch and KVM extender. A connection diagram is made separately as follows:
KVM switch connection diagram (here 41HK2.0 is used as an example)
KVM extender connection and use diagram (here HU12 as an example)