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Raritan’s MasterConsole® Digital KVM switch (MCD) is ideal for small to midsized businesses (SMB) who need to have a centralized point of access to multiple servers without the expense and clutter of a dedicated keyboard, mouse, and monitor for each computer or server. The MCD supports the highest HD video resolution of up to 1920x1080 via standard Category 5/6/6e cabling. The multi-format video interface supports both Analog — VGA and Digital — DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort. Stereo audio is also supported by using VGA combo cables or MCD’s HDMI adaptors.
MasterConsole® Digital KVM is available as a single-user switch and a dual-user switch to control multiple servers. It features KVM ports for 8, 16, or 32 servers and can be cascaded 2 levels to support up to 1024 connections at distances up to 150 feet (45 meters). Connecting to a computer is made easier with the use of standard Category 5/6/6e cables. MCD provides a friendly OSD (On-Screen Display) interface and hotkeys for quick and easy access connected computers.
It is ideal for performing system maintenance, administration, running applications, and troubleshooting.
Supports 1920 x 1080 video resolutions at 150 feet.
MasterConsole Digital series supports severs with both analog (VGA) and digital video: HDMI, DVI, and DisplayPort (DP). Audio is supported by Raritan’s MDCIM-HDMI or MDUTP VGA KVM combo cables.
Also available as a space-saving 17’’ Console Drawer and Integrated KVM Switch (MCD-LED)
Single and dual user models can manage 8 to 32 servers. By cascading with Raritan’s MDCIM-DVI or MDUTP cables, up to 1024 servers can be managed.
AutoScan allows users to scan servers at variable rates for effortless monitoring. AutoSkip allows users to bypass inactive channels.
Users can control up to 32 servers. With the MCD-232 models, users can expand up to 1024 servers by cascading the units.
Plug-and-play installation, auto-configuration, and easy-to-use on-screen displays. Targets can be labeled with device names for easier server selection from the OSD.