High Sec Labs K524E 4-Port DisplayPort KVM Switch with Dual Display

High Sec Labs K524E 4-Port DisplayPort KVM Switch with Dual Display

High Sec Labs K524E 4-Port DisplayPort KVM Switch with Dual Display

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High Sec Labs K524E 4-Port DisplayPort KVM Switch with Dual Display

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The K524E 4-Port DisplayPort KVM Switch from Kramer allows users to share peripherals like keyboard, mouse, and monitor between 4 different security-level networks/computers. It supports 4 computers connected to four displays. An RDC port allows for user-friendly, comfortable remote control of the KVM switch. Fully compatible with EAL4+ and NIAP security requirements, the switch is suitable for use by agencies, military and financial institutions, and any other organization that handles sensitive and confidential information.

Security is further leveraged by the inclusion of a USB user authentication port (DPP) that allows you to connect a Biometric or Smart Card Reader. This requires insertion of a physical authentication card or identification of a fingerprint to access the various computers/networks.

Supports four computers connected to a four displays
Supports DisplayPort 1.2 resolutions up to 3840 x 2160 by 30 b/s @ 60 Hz
Supports 17.28 Gb/s @ a 4-lane link
Biometric/Smart-Card Reader Support - Special secured port (DPP) for smart-card/biometric reader with the Freeze function to support user authentication across multiple isolated networks
Supports keyboards, mice, and all operating Systems
Leakage prevention through AUX channel firewall technology
Signaling attacks prevented by design
Fully functional EDID
Meets common Criteria EAL 4+ standards
Compatible with NIAP security requirements
Hardware-Based Peripheral Isolation - No dependency on firmware or software
All firmware on ROM and no keyboard buffering or memory
Unidirectional Optical Data Diodes - Ensures USB peripheral isolation and data flow from devices to host only
Peripheral Security - Full USB device filtering to ensure support for keyboard and mouse only
Active Anti-Tampering System - Always−on with 10-year battery life and holographic tampering evident labels
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High Sec Labs K524E 4-Port DisplayPort KVM Switch with Dual Display
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
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    Max Computer Connections 4
    Displays Supported 2
    PC Connectors 2 x DisplayPort 1.1 and 1.2
    3.5 mm female audio jack
    USB Type B keyboard/mouse port
    USB Type B CAC port
    Console Connectors 2 x DisplayPort 1.1 and 1.2
    3.5 mm female audio jack
    2 x USB Type-A female connector or 2 x PS/2 Mini-DIN 6-pin female connector (1 port for mouse and 1 port for keyboard)
    Console DPP Input: USB Type A
    Video Resolution All DisplayPort 1.2 resolutions up to 3840x 2160 by 30 b/s @ 60 Hz
    Supports 17.28 Gb/s @ a 4-lane link
    Scan Interval Not specified by the manufacturer
    Port Selection 2/4 push button channel LEDS
    Enclosure Steel metal
    LED Indicators 4 DPP selected channel LEDS
    1 DPP status LED
    System Requirements Microsoft Windows
    Red Hat, Ubuntu and other Linux platforms
    Mac OS X v10.3 and higher
    Power Requirements 100 to 240 VAC, 2.5 A maximum, 50/60 Hz
    Power Type: External
    12 VDC, 1.5A (maximum) power adapter with center-pin-positive polarity
    Operating Temperature 32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C)
    Storage Temperature −40 to 140°F (−40 to 60°C)
    Humidity 0 to 80% RH, non-condensing
    Regulatory Compliance EN 55022, EN 55024, EN 61000-3-2, FCC Part 15
    Security Common Criteria EAL 4+, ALC_FLR.3
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 12.8 x 2.6 x 5.2" (320 x 65 x 130 mm)
    Weight 4 lb (1.8 kg)

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