• Video Switch
    • VKSMC-421
    • 4K UHD   (4-IN)  
      Multi-Format Video Switch with Serial & IR Control

    • ● Select 1 Video (+Audio) from 3 / 4 different source (depending on model)
      ● Auto-sensing function enables the system to automatically select the latest video source
      ● Input source sequence selecable
      ● Support resolutions up to UHD (3840 x 2160), Full HD (1920 x 1080) and WQXGA (2560 x 1600) and compatible with most of the popular screen resolution
      ● Provide various ways to control via  
         a. Front panel push button  
         b. IR remote controller  
         c. Serial simple-control  
         d. Serial GUI operation
      ● Screen Shift Mode provides user to adjust image's shifting
      ● Use Resolution Alternation Mode when catching multiple similar video timing
      ● HDCP compliant, 3D-video and Blu-ray ready 
      ● Plug-and-Play system without any drivers or software installation
      ● Three / Four input sources selectable

      Model VKSMV-311 VKSMC-421
      Input HDMI x 2
      VGA + Analog Stereo x 1
      HDMI x 2
      DisplayPort x 1
      VGA + Analog Stereo x 1
      Output HDMI x 1
      LED Indicator (Power / Status) Source x 3
      Status x 1
      Source x 4
      Status x 1
      Push Button Port Select x 3
      Function x 1
      Power x 1
      Port Select x 4
      Function x 1
      Power x 1
      IR Control 3.5mm Jack x 1
      Serial Configuratio RJ-12 x 1
      Mode Configuratio Switch / Auto / Pri-A / Pri-B
      Video Resolution (Max.) UHD (3840 x 2160) for HDMI
      Full HD (1920 x 1080) for VGA
      WQXGA (2560 x 1600) for DP
      Enclosure Metal
      Power Supply DC 12V
      Dimensions HxWxD (mm) 40 x 160 x 100
      Weight (g) 620~630

      *Above video resolution and extension distance are based on a
      single CATx24AWG solid cable without cascade.
      STP cabling is recommended for environments with high EMI
      or RFI. For the best performance results, using stranded cabling
      or other thinner cables, and coiling of excess cable lengths
      should be avoided.