ATEN CS1184 4-port USB DVI Secure KVM Switch

BH #ATCS1184 • MFR #CS1184
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ATEN CS1184 4-port USB DVI Secure KVM Switch
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ATEN CS1184 Overview

The CS1184 4-port USB DVI Secure KVM Switch offers secure and reliable access for any government/military desktop environment where security is imperative by providing safe switching between computers operating on different secure networks. NIAP-certified according to common criteria's EAL2+ certification, the CS1184 provides 4-port models for secure desktop workstation use.

Hardware security includes a tamper-evident tape, chassis intrusion detection, and tamper-proof hardware, while software security includes restricted USB connectivity. The non-HIDs (Human Interface Devices) are ignored when switching; an isolated channel per port that makes it impossible for data to be transferred between secure and unsecure computers, and automatically clears the keyboard buffer.

By combining physical security with controlled USB connectivity, the CS1184 gives you the means to consolidate multiple workstations of various security classification levels with one keyboard, monitor, and mouse (KVM) console.

  • 4-port USB DVI Dual-Link Secure KVM Switch
  • Port selection via pushbutton only (OSD, hotkey methods are not allowed) to enhance security
  • One USB console controls 4 secure computers
  • NIAP-certified - validated to common criteria EAL2+ security requirements
  • Restricted USB connectivity - non-HIDs (Human Interface Devices) are ignored when switching
  • Isolated channel per port - makes it impossible for data to be transferred between computers
  • Tamper-evident tape - provides a visual indication of any attempt to gain access to the switch's internal components
  • Chassis intrusion detection - if the cover is removed from the switch, the unit becomes inoperable and the LEDs flash
  • Tamper-proof hardware - all integrated circuits are soldered directly to the circuit board to prevent tampering with the components
  • Non-reprogrammable ROM - prevents tampering and attempts to reprogram the switch's firmware
  • Clears keyboard buffer - keyboard data is automatically cleared after transmission to the switch
  • Video DynaSync - stores the console monitor's EDID (Extended Display Identification Data) to optimize display resolution
  • Multiplatform support - Windows, Linux, Mac, and Sun
  • Superior video quality - 2560 x 1600 (DVI Dual Link); 1920 x 1200 (DVI Single Link) and 2048 x 1536 (DVI-A)
  • Rugged metal enclosure
  • Built-in internal power
  • Speaker and microphone support
  • CAC support*
Note:
*CAC support not validated by NIAP
UPC: 672792003035

ATEN CS1184 Specs

Max Computer Connections4 ea
Port SelectionPushbutton
Connectors
Console PortsKeyboard: 1 x USB Type A Female (Black; rear panel)
Video: 1 x Single Link DVI-D Female (White)
Mouse: 1 x USB Type A Female (Black; rear panel)
Speaker: 2 x Mini Stereo Jack Female (Green; 1 x front panel,1 x rear panel)
Microphone: 2 x Mini Stereo Jack Female (Pink; 1 x front, 1 x rear)
DC Control: 2 x RJ-45
KVM PortsKeyboard / Mouse: 4 x USB Type B Female (White)
Video: 4 x DVI-I Female (White)
Audio:
Speaker: 4 x Mini Stereo Jack Female (Green)
Mic.: 4 x Mini Stereo Jack Female (Pink)
Power1 x 3-prong AC socket
SwitchesSelected: 11 x Pushbuttons
Port selection: 4x Pusbuttons
1x Semi-recessed pushbutton
Power: 1x Rocker
LEDsPower: 1x Blue On Line: 4x Green
Selected: 4x Orange
EmulationKeyboard / Mouse: USB
VideoDVI Dual Link: 2560x1600
DVI Single Link: 1920x1200
DVI-A: 2048x1536
I/P Rating100-240V AC; 50/60 Hz; 0.5A
Power Consumption120V / 6.1W; 230V /5.7W
General
EnvironmentOperating Temperature: 32 to 104°F 0 to 40°C
Storage Temperature: 14 to 140°F / -10-60°C
Humidity: 0-80% RH, Non-condensing
MaterialMetal housing
Dimensions (WxHxD)17.4 x 6.5 x 1.8" / 43.72 x 16.38 x 4.40 cm
Weight5.6 lb / 2.50 kg
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