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Intellinet Network Solutions 521796 User Manual

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RACKMOUNT

CONSOLE

KVM SWITCH QUICK INSTALLATION GUIDE

MODELS 521796, 521871, 523561 & 523578

INT-521796/521871/523561/523578-QIG-0307-01

INTRODUCTION

Thank you for purchasing the INTELLINET NETWORK SOLUTIONSRackmount Console KVM Switch, Model 521796 (15” LCD, 8-port); Model 521871 (15” LCD, 16-port); Model 523561 (17” LCD, 8-port); or Model 523578 (19” LCD, 8-port).

With a keyboard mouse, LCD panel and KVM switch module housed in an industrystandard 19” 1Uor 2U-height rack drawer, the console saves you up to a third of the space needed for a rack cabinet. Plus, when the console is cascaded with other KVM switch modules to increase server management capacity, you save even more space.

All KVM switch modules come with a universal CEN36 connector for connection between the console drawer and a KVM switch module. This modularized design offers maximum flexibility, as you can choose and swap the modules to fit your needs. A KVM switch module can also be used as an independent KVM switch.

This quick installation guide shows you how to assemble and position the rackmount console. (For instructions, features and specifications for the switch itself, refer to the separate Rackmount Console KVM Switch user manual.) Follow the steps for quick and easy installation and you’ll soon be enjoying these additional popular features:

Flip-open15”/17”/19”LCDpanelssupportresolutionsof1024x768or 1280x1024.

Compatible with rack cabinets with depths of 20” (50cm) and up (with appropriate rear bracket & extension kit).

Standard 19” 1U rack drawer.

Ergonomic handrest design.

Locking mechanism locks the drawer when pulled out, pushed in or folded down.

Full 105-key, low-profile, sturdy keyboard included.

Ultra-sturdy, tilt-free, two-piece rear bracket and extension design.

On-screen display (OSD) control and adjustment.

Use the chart below for cross-referencing the different INTELLINET NETWORK SOLUTIONS Rackmount Console KVM Switch models and their various part numbers and specifications.

 

Console/

KVM

RearBrkt.

 

KVM

 

 

 

Model

Drawer

Module

&Ext.Kit

Console

Port

KVM

 

Package

No.

PartNo.

PartNo.

PartNo.

Size

Type

Ports

Ht.

Contents

521796

Transa PRO 15

IMM108D

REK7

15”

PS/2

8

1U

•Console

•Rearbrkt.&ext.kit

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

•KVMSwitchModule

521871

Transa PRO 15

IKM116D

REK7

15”

PS/2

16

2U

•Powersupply

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

•6’PS/2cable

 

 

 

 

 

Combo

 

 

• Console

523561

Transa PRO 17

IUM108D

REK7

17”

(USB and/

8

1U

• Rear brkt. & ext. kit

 

 

 

 

 

or PS/2)

 

 

• KVM Switch Module

 

 

 

 

 

Combo

 

 

• Power supply

523578

Transa PRO 19 IUM108D

REK7

19”

(USB and/

8

1U

• 6’ PS/2 cable

 

 

 

 

 

or PS/2)

 

 

• 6’ USB cable

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CONSOLE ASSEMBLY

Parts

 

Three-Section

 

 

Console:

 

A. 1U slide drawer

with keyboard,

touchpad and

 

LCD monitor.

 

B.1U or 2U KVM Switch Module.

C.Rear bracket and extension kit.

Rear Bracket and Extension Kit:

Each Rackmount Console KVM Switch features a rear bracket and extension kit, which includes two pieces of rear brackets and two pieces of extensions. The enclosed kit fits cabinet depths of 67.5 – 80.5 cm (26 5/8 – 31 5/8”), as

measured between the inside of a rack cabinet’s front and rear uprights. As shown at right, the brackets and extensions come in different lengths, and will vary depending on the model.

Assembly

1.Choose a proper position for the rack drawer. Mount the rear brackets (from the rear bracket and extension kit), and loosely fasten them onto the rear vertical uprights of the cabinet as shown. Both will be removed later.

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2.Remove the safety stopper from the console drawer. CAUTION: The safety stopper is designed to prevent the drawer from sliding out during transportation: Once it’s removed, the drawer may slide out when tilted and cause serious injury or damage.

3.Slide the console drawer into the rack cabinet from the front and insert the two slide rails of the console drawer into the sleeves of the rear brackets.

4.Fasten the console drawer to the outside of the front vertical uprights using the four screws provided. The metal brackets (as indicated by the far arrow) support the rear side of the console. NOTE: The image at right is a front (console drawer-side) view.

5.Remove both of the rear brackets and slide the console drawer out halfway to balance its weight. At this point, the front brackets hold the console drawer. NOTE: The image at right is a rear (KVM switch module-side) view.

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