The ESB-088OSD Rackmount USB PS/2 KVM Switch is designed for computer/server management o? a centralized single admin desk in corporate, factory as well as in campus computing environment. It provides the OSD Menu for intuitive KVM switching operations and its cascadable feature that can help upscale the server number to hundreds. Its enhanced hot-plugging capability allows you to plug off and o? the KVM cablings without powering down a whole rack of servers, especially convenient when you are working o? a sever rack configuration. Both USB and PS/2 interface support o? both console side and PC side offers maximum convenience in a computing environment that accommodates both newer ESB-enabled computers and older computers with o?ly PS/2 interfaces.
OSD Menu offers more intuitive and convenient control
The full-feature OSD menu function gives an intuitive menu-driven operation most users will find dispensable for a truly convenient KVM switching experience.
USB and PS/2 interface support o? both Console and PC Side
The Rackmount USB PS/2 KVM Switch supports both USB interface and PS/2 interface o? both console side and PC side. You can use either PS/2 or USB keyboard/mouse o? the console side as well as either PS/2 or USB interfaces o? the PC side. It is especially useful when your server room is inhabited with legacy computers with o?ly PS/2 interfaces and yet with some newer computers equipped with o?ly USB interfaces.
Port-capacity scalable up to hundreds of computers via daisy-chaining multiple KVM Switch units
Multiple units (ESB-088OSD / ESB-0168OSD) could also be daisy-chained up to 16 levels and provide a total port capacity of up to two hundred more of PCs (depending o? the unit combinations).
Centralized Rackmount Management
The ESB-088OSD features a console port to connect your shared keyboard, video and mouse, and 8 PC ports to connect to your computers/servers. The rackmount design offers a neat placement of the KVM Switch units o? the rack for centralized management and also for security enhancement that could be provided by a locked server room. You can simply place it o? desktop or mount it o? a standard 19