Winsted's KVM drawer is only 1 rack unit high, but features an LCD monitor, a keyboard and touchpad mouse in a laptop-style configuration, for connecting to other hardware.
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MINNEAPOLIS, February 6, 2008â€” Winsted now offers a convenient way for broadcast, security, NOC, and IT operators to monitor and control key system functions from even the most compact space. The new Winsted 12001 KVM Drawer components include a 17-inch LCD monitor, PS/2 keyboard and touchpad mouse that stores in an attractive 1RU (1.75-inch) drawer that can be mounted in virtually all Winsted vertical racks and most consoles.
The Winsted KVM Drawer includes a variety of video inputs for monitoring of computers, digital video recorders, analog cameras and consumer electronics equipment. A built-in on-screen display shows connection type and other adjustment information. The flip-up design allows proper adjustment of viewing angle for a variety of mounting heights. A self-contained power supply eliminates the low voltage "brick" common to other rack mounted KVM's.
A world leader in technical furniture and interior design for more than 40 years, Winsted creates ergonomic workspaces that are both efficient and beautiful. Winsted's diverse product line includes custom and standard rack cabinets, broadcast and security consoles, command centers and tape/data storage systems.