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The ACU1006MRA 6-Port ServSwitch Micro KVM (VGA/PS/2) over CAT5 Extender Remote Unit (1 RU) by Black Box encloses six ACUMREM ServSwitch CAT5 KVM micro extender remote units within one rackmount chassis. Each of the 6 ports of the ACU1006MRA can receive VGA monitor and PS/2 keyboard & mouse signals from an active port on an ACU1006RA, ACU1012RA, or ACU1006DRA rackmount multi-port extender hub located at a distance of up to 150', over a CAT5 cable. The maximum resolution supported at each of the 6 VGA outputs is 1280 x 1024 (at 150'). This rackmount multi-port remote unit features built-in surge protection and fully adjustable video equalization.
Six ports to receive 6 KVM channels (VGA monitor, PS/2 keyboard & mouse) form an extender hub located up to 150' away
Encloses 6 ACUMREM ServSwitch Micro remote units in a rackmount chassis
Supports 1280 x 1020 resolution
User-selectable video compensation for cable length
Built-in surge protection
In the Box
Black Box ACU1006MRA 6-Port ServSwitch Micro KVM (VGA/PS/2) over CAT5 Extender Remote Unit (1 RU)
Power Supply and Output Cord
Power Supply Input Cord
Rackmount Ears for 19" Rack
Limited 1-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
Up to 15 VDC
Rackmount Extender Hub: ACU1006RA, ACU1012RA, or ACU1006DRA
Keyboard: PC/AT®, PS/2
Monitor: VGA, Super VGA, XGA
Mouse: PS/2 mouse only (user)
1280 x 1024 at 150' (45.7 m)
150' (45.7 m) maximum
6 x RJ-45, interconnect
12 x 6-pin mini DIN female, keyboard and mouse
6 x 15-pin Sub-D female, output monitor
1 x barrel power plug
6 x internal 2-position DIP switches for video distance (cable length) and keyboard-command recognition