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MFG # 23473   |   ADS # CTG23473
  • Keyboard / video / mouse (KVM) cable
  • 6 pin PS/2
  • HD-15 (M)
  • 6 pin PS/2
  • HD-15 (M)
  • 6 ft
  • white
This high-quality, universally compatible cable will work with KVM switches from many leading manufacturers. The 3-in-1 cable design combines the VGA monitor and PS/2 keyboard/mouse components into one cable that is split apart at each end. Connectors are color-coded PC-99 for simple plug-and-play installation. This unibody design makes them tangle-free, free from the clutter you would have with ordinary individual cables. The VGA cable is built from a premium coaxial cable with individually shielded coaxial VGA lines for excellent video signal integrity with superior resolution and crisp ghost-free images. Cable has a flexible, rugged PVC unibody jacket for safety and durability. Single jacket with overall foil and woven braid shielding provides comprehensive EMI/RFI protection via multilevel shielding.

MFG # 35554   |   ADS # CTG35554
  • This 2-port KVM Switch from Cables To Go offers a quick and easy way to eliminate clutter from your desktop. It can control two computers with just one keyboard
  • mouse
  • and VGA monitor.
This KVM Switch offers a quick and easy way to eliminate clutter from your desktop. It can control two computers with just one keyboard, mouse, and VGA monitor. Connect the switch to your computers via USB and VGA by using the included cables. The three downstream USB ports can be used to share USB peripherals and your USB mouse and keyboard. Or, connect your keyboard and mouse by using the PS/2 ports and use all three downstream USB ports for peripherals. Three types of switching (push button, hot keys, and on-screen-display) enable switch operation in the most effective way for your application.

†¢Controls two PCs with one PS/2 or USB keyboard, one PS/2 or USB mouse, and one monitor
†¢Three USB downstream ports are ideal for sharing USB keyboards and mice or other USB peripherals
†¢Supports three types of switching: hardware push button, hot keys on PS/2 keyboard, and On-Screen-Display (OSD) utility software (for Windows).
†¢Supports video resolutions up to 2048x1536
†¢Plug-and-play compatible
†¢Supports USB 1.1 *
*USB keyboards and mice do not benefit from USB 2.0.