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DESIGNED for server rooms where space is limited, the new ServerLink, rack-mounting computer management systems from Australian KVM specialist, Comsol , combine style with practicality and space saving.

By combining an LCD display, keyboard and touchpad along with a KVM switch in an industry-standard 1U height rack, the ServerLink LCD saves up to a third of space of a rack cabinet.

The entry model ServerLink LKS-101H provides the basic control system. The console slides out from the rack and the LCD cover is lifted. The unit is then ready for use with no software or drivers to be installed.

Unique accessories allow the drawer to be installed in racks from 50cm to 100cm in depth and a solid mechanism locks the drawer when pulled out and pushed in. The system is fully protected by password security to guard the computer against unauthorised access.

The LKS-101H can be connected to any existing KVM switch to increase server management capacity and will act exactly as if connecting to an independent keyboard, monitor and mouse, eliminating any compatibility issues.

The ServerLink LKS-801H adds an integrated eight port KVM switch to the basic system while still only using 1U of rack space. This combination provides a total rack-mounted solution, complete with an auto-scan feature that automatically selects computers sequentially.

The LKS-801H is supplied complete with all required cables and all PC connections colour coded to PC 99 for easy installation.

An integrated 16 port KVM switch is supplied with the ServerLink 1601H system. Using the same basic chassis as the other models, this powerful control system frees up valuable server-room space yet still delivers comprehensive server access.

The modular design of the ServerLink LCD range, means the snap-in KVM switch modules can be interchanged at any time. This allows for easy expansion when the server room grows and allows for the cascading of additional LKS series KVM switch modules to control up to 136 servers.

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