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    Quick Installation Guide Applicable models: TK-802R

    Switch and then connect the AC Power Adapter to the TK-802R power outlet and the KVM Switch. 8-port Stackable Rack-Mount KVM Switch w/ OSD

     Quick Installation Guide Although the KVM Switch receives power through the PC’s PS/2 interface, it is necessary to install the external power adapter to provide sufficient power for both the OSD operation and the daisy-Thank you for purchasing the TK-802R Stackable Rack Mount KVM chain (stacking) application. If the external power is not attached, the Switch. With our highly reliable and quality product, user can enjoy KVM Switch may become unstable. countless benefits from using it. If you use only a single KVM Switch, please skip step 3, 4 and 5. Go directly from step 2 to step 6. If you would like to daisy-chain multiple KVM Switches, please go to step 3. You could daisy-chain up to 16 levels of KVM Switches with a maximum of 128 PCs connected. TK-802R KVM Switch Step 3. Use a daisy-chain cable (one that similar to the 3-in-1 combo cable) to connect the daisy-chain port of the master KVM Switch to the console port of the second KVM Switch. Connect the power adapter cord to the second Switch to power it on. The default setting of the TK-802R Stackable Rack-Mount KVM There are three methods to select a specific computer on a specific Step 4. If you have yet another Switch to be daisy-chained, just repeat Switch, using the front-panel push button, hotkey sequence or OSD Switch is appropriate for most systems. In fact, you do not have to Step 3 and connect them together. You can daisy-chain up Menu option. make any configuration before installation. Its a out-of-the-box to 16 units of KVM Switches. installation: Just connect and set up the cable connections for the Step 5. Initialize the daisy-chained Switches by performing a reset on Front-panel push buttons KVM Switch(es) and your computers, power up the Switch(es) and the master KVM Switch. Press and hold down Button 1 for The front-panel buttons let you have direct control over KVM Switch boot up the computers and you can start to operate immediately. at least 3 seconds to reset the whole daisy-chained operation and channel switching. Simply press the channel button on Switches. the Switch to select switch to that channel (PC). See Quick Reference Sheet For a quick start on installation and operation, please follow the instructions below. DO NOT PRESS Button 1 on any slave Switch, doing this will Keyboard hotkeys initialize only the Switches downstream from this slave Switch. The correct boot up sequence is …… Keyboard hotkey sequence consists of a combination of at least three (1) Power up your KVM Switch(es) first. If you want to set up specific keystrokes: See Quick Reference Sheet You can also use the hotkey sequence: ScrLk, ScrLk , End multiple daisy-chained KVM Switches, you have to power them for daisy-chain initialization. all up and then perform the initialization (that is, perform a reset Hotkey sequence = ScrLk , ScrLk , Command key(s) on the master KVM Switch. Also remember to have the shared Step 6. Now the KVM Switch or daisy-chained KVM Switches should Keyboard, monitor and mouse connected to your master KVM The two consecutive ScrLk keystrokes should be pressed within 2 have been powered-up and initialized.) Connect each of Switch before you power it up. seconds and the following command key(s) should also be pressed your computer to a PC port on the rear of the Switch(es). (2) After you have powered up your KVM Switch(es), power up within 2 seconds after the last ScrlK keystroke. Otherwise, the hotkey You can use individual standard keyboard, mouse and your connected computers (in any order). sequence will not be validated. video cables for connection, although the 3-in-1 combo cable is highly recommended for your convenience. For detailed Hotkey sequences and their corresponding functional Step 7. Power up the connected computers. After your computers are commands, please see Quick Reference Sheet. powered up, the keyboard and mouse will be recognized . Take the KVM Switch out of the box and begin installation. and now you can begin operating the Switch. OSD Menu Before connecting any cable to your KVM Switch, please make sure all of your computers and their peripherals have been powered DO NOT TRY to power up the computers first before you power To activate the OSD (On Screen Display) Menu, use the hotkey off. up the KVM Switch. Otherwise, the computers will have difficulty sequence: recognizing your shared keyboard and mouse. Step 1. Make sure all the computers that are to be connected to the Activate OSD = ScrLk , ScrLk , Space Bar KVM Switch and their peripherals are powered off. If not, power them off before you proceed with the following steps. Step 2. Connect the shared keyboard, monitor and mouse to the Console Connectors on the rear of the Master KVM

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    Quick Reference Sheet Applicable models: TK-802R

    Quick Reference Sheet

    1Command Hotkeys OSD control Front-panel Description User Guide

    ScrLk , ScrLk , x (bank no.) , y Press corresponding button yz on Select the active bank (Switch) and Arrow keys (;) to highlight Page 22 Select PC (channel no.) Switch x for channel yz on bank x. channel (computer) channel number, Enter to select

    Select the next lower connected Arrow keys (;) to highlight ScrLk , ScrLk , ? (arrow up) Press the desired channel button Page 23 Next lower channel channel channel number, Enter to select