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****** Page 1 ****** 2-Port USB DisplayPort KVM Switch USER MANUAL CS782DP

****** Page 2 ****** EMC Information FEDERAL CONMUNICATIONS coxnvflSS10N NTERFERENCE STATENENT: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Pan 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance veith the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation ofthis equipment in a residential area is likely to cause hannful interference in which case the user v€ill be required to conect the interference at his own expense. The device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. FCC Caution: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment. CE Warning: This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. Warning: This equipment is compliant with Class A of CISPR 32. In a residential environment this equipment may cause radio interference. Warning: Operation ofthis equipment in a residential environment could cause radio interference. KCC Statement 01 7171 E (A a ) RoHS This product is RoHS compliant. CCC

****** Page 3 ****** CS782DP User Manual Online Registration International Telephone Support International China Japan Korea North America 886-2-8692-6959 86-400-810-0-810 81-3-5615-5811 82-2-467-6789 1-888-999-ATEN ext 4988 Technical Support • For international online technical support — including troubleshooting, documentation, and software updates: • For North American technical support: Email Support Online Technical Support Troubleshooting Documentation Software Updates Telephone Support 1-888-999-ATEN ext 4998 -3.

****** Page 4 ****** Package Contents The CS782DP 2-Port USB DisplayPort KVM Switch package contains the following items: • • • • 1 CS782DP 2-Port USB DisplayPort KVM Switch 2 DisplayPort Cables 2 USB Cables 2 Audio Cables 1 Remote Port Selector 1 User Instructions* Check to make sure that all the components are present and that nothing got damaged in shipping. If you encounter a problem, contact your dealer. Read this manual thoroughly and follow the installation and operation procedures carefully to prevent any damage to the unit, and/or any of the devices connected to it. * Features may have been added to the CS782DP since this manual was printed. Please visit our website to download the most up-to-date version of the manual Copyright 0 2019 ATEN@ International Co., Ltd. Manual Date: 2019-04-18 – Manual Part No. PAPE-1375-AT5G ATEN and the ATEN logo are trademarks of ATEN International Co., Ltd. All rights reserved. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. -4.

****** Page 5 ****** Overview The CS782DP takes a giant step fonNard from prior digital- interfaced KVM models by offering DisplayPort functionality, USB 2.0 peripheral sharing (via a USB hub attached to the USB mouse port), a rich bass experience for 2.1 surround systems and a firmware upgrade function that allows you to keep up with latest available versions. Supporting the latest DisplayPort technology, for premium image quality and vivid high-definition sound for music, movies and games. Another new feature of the CS782DP is the implementation of a remote port selector. This means that you can now control port switching from the desktop while the switch itself can be placed in a convenient, out-of-the-way location. Also, in addition to new hotkeys, the CS782DP offers the latest mouse port-switching function —simply double-click on the scroll wheel ofa USB mouse to change ports. Finally, the CS782DP’s new Power on detection feature means that if one of the computers is powered off, the CS782DP will automatically switch to the other computer if powered-on Featuring an unbeatable combination of DisplayPort functionality, USB 2.0 peripheral sharing convenience and enhanced user- friendly operations, the CS782DP allows users to keep ahead of the latest innovations in desktop multimedia and productivity. -5-

****** Page 6 ****** Features • • • One DisplayPort video console controls two USB computers Fully DisplayPort 1.2 Compliant Computer selection via remote port selector, hotkeys, and USB mouse Multiplatform support — Windows, Mac, Sun, Linux HDCP Compliant Supports MST (Multi-Stream Transport)2, enabling multiple monitors to be used via a single DisplayPort connector Supports DisplayPort Dual Mode (DP++)3 for directly outputting single-link DVI or HDMI signals via a powered DisplayPort-to-HDMI/DVI DP++ adapter Compatible with widescreen LCD monitors Power on detection if either of the computers is powered off, the CS782DP will automatically switch to the other computer Audio-enabled — full bass response provides a rich experience for 2.1 channel surround sound systems Supports HD Audio through DisplayPort playback Independent switching of the KVM and Audio focus4 allows convenient multi-tasking Supports multimedia keyboards Supports wireless keyboards and mice Console mouse port emulation/bypass feature supports most mouse drivers and multifunction mice 5 Mac/Sun keyboard support and emulation USB 2.0 mouse port can be used for USB hub and USB peripheral sharing Bus-Powered Firmware upgradable -6.

****** Page 7 ****** Note: 1. Mouse port switching is only supported under mouse emulation mode and by USB 3-key wheel mice. 2. MST (Multi-Stream Transport) requires either monitors capable of DisplayPort 1.2 daisy-chaining, or use of a powered DisplayPort MST Hub. A DisplayPort vl . la display can be the last display in a DisplayPort v 1.2 chain. The PC source must be DisplayPort 1.2 compliant. 3. DisplayPort Dual Mode (DP++) requires the use of a powered DP++ adapter. The graphics source must be DP++ compliant. 4. HD audio through DisplayPort cannot be switched independently. 5. 1. PC keyboard combinations emulate Mac/Sun keyboards. 2. Mac/Sun keyboards work only with their own computers. 6. This feature may require an extra power adapter to be connected to the USB hub and that the CS782DPJs Mouse Emulation Mode be disabled.

****** Page 8 ****** System Requirements Console • A DisplayPort monitor capable of the highest resolution that you will be using on any computer in the installation • A USB Keyboard and a USB Mouse • Speakers (optional) Computers The following equipment must be Installed on each computer that is to be connected to the system • A DisplayPort video port USB Type A port Speaker port (optional) Cables Two DisplayPort cables, two USB 2.0 cables and two 3.5mm Audio Jack cables included with the CS782DP package Operating Systems Supported operating systems are shown in the table, below: Windows Linux UNIX Novell Mac DOS os RedHat SuSE Mandriva (Mandrake) AIX FreeBSD Sun Netware Version 2000 / XP / Vista/ 718/8.1 / 10 6.0 and higher 8.2 and higher 9.0 and higher 4.3 and higher 3.51 and higher Solaris 9 and higher 5.0 and higher OS 9 and higher 6.2 and higher -8.

****** Page 9 ****** Components CS782DP Console Port oo oo Computer Port 2 Computer Port I Component Console Audio Port Console Monitor Port o O o o No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Console Keyboard Port Console Mouse Port Remote Port Selector Jack Port LEDs Computer Monitor Port Computer Audio P01ts Computer USB Keyboard / Mouse Port Polt Selection Pushbutton Description Your console speakers plug in here. Your console DisplayPort monitor plugs in here. Your console USB keyboard plugs in here. Your console USB mouse plugs in here. The Remote Port Selector plugs in here. The Port LEDs indicate status. The LED lights on to indicate that the computer attached to the corresponding port is selected and has the Q’tvl focus. The LED flashes to indicate that the computer attached to its corresponding port is being scanned by the Auto Scan functiom The LED is offto indicate the port is not selected. Your computer DisplayP01t output plugs in here. Your computer audio output plugs in here. Your computer USB cable plugs in here. Press the Port Selection Pushbutton to toggle the KVM and Audio focus between the two computers. -9.

****** Page 10 ****** Installation 1. Make sure that the power to any device that you connect to the installation has been turned off. You must unplug the power cords of any computers that have the Keyboard Power On function. 2. To prevent damage to your installation from power surges or static electricity. It is important that all connected devices are properly grounded. 1. Plug your keyboard and mouse into the console Keyboard/ Mouse ports located on the front side of the CS782DP. The ports are labeled with icons with the mouse port on the top and the keyboard port on the bottom. Note: The console mouse connector is a USB 2.0 port and so can accept any USB compatible peripheral. You can even connect a hub to install multiple USB devices (this feature may require an extra power adapter to be connected to the USB hub and that the CS782DP’s Mouse Emulation Mode be disabled). See Hotkey Summary Table, page 14 for information. 2. Plug your monitor into the DisplayPort port, located on the front of the CS782DP. Power on the monitor. 3. Plug your speakers into the console audio port, located on the front of the CS782DP (Optional). 4. Plug the USB, video and audio connectors of the KVM cables into their respective PC ports on the CS782DP. 5. Plug the USB, video and audio connectors of the KVM cables into their respective ports on the computers you are installing. 6. If you choose to use the remote port selector, plug its cable into the remote port selector female jack, located on the front of the unit. 7. Power on the computers. .10-

****** Page 11 ****** Note: • By default, the switch links to the first computer that is powered on. • The total cable length from the PC to monitor (including KVM) cannot exceed 3 meters. • Choosing high quality cables helps to ensure that 4K resolutions can be reached. • Make sure the computers and devices that the CS782DP connects to are also properly grounded. Installation Diagram 09 Console öö O PC2 .11-

****** Page 12 ****** Operation The CS782DP provides three convenient methods of selecting computers: Manual — click the pushbutton on the Remote Port Selector; Mouse — click the mouse’s scroll wheel; and Hotkey — enter combinations from the keyboard. Note: Wait a few seconds for the output device to stabilize and display the input source’s video content before switching to another one. Manual Port Selection Press the port selection pushbutton on the Remote Port Selector to toggle the KVM and Audio focus bebNeen the two computers. The Port LED lights to indicate that the computer attached to its corresponding port has the focus. Note: Do not switch ports while a USB peripheral device is in operation. Mouse Port Selection Simply double-click the scroll wheel on your USB mouse to switch bemteen ports. The mouse port-switching function allows you to toggle back and forth betueen the ports. Note: 1. This feature is only supported by USB 3-key scroll wheel mice. 2. The default setting is OFF. 3. This feature is only supported when mouse emulation is also enabled. See Hotkey Summary Table, page 14 for further details. .12-

****** Page 13 ****** Hotkey Port Selection All hotkey operations begin by tapping the Scroll Lock key twice. To toggle the KVM and Audio focus between the two ports, tap Scroll Lock twice and then press Enter. See the Hotkey Summary Table, page 14, for full details. Note: If using [Scroll Lock] conflicts with other programs, [Ctrl] can be used instead. Alternate Entering Hotkey Mode • Press [Scroll Lock] [Scroll Lock] [x] [Enter]. The entering hotkey mode hotkey is now [Ctrl]. or • Press and hold the remote port selector switch for three seconds. The entering hotkey mode hotkey is now [Ctrl]. Note: These procedures toggle bebNeen the two methods. .13-

****** Page 14 ****** Hotkey Summary Table Combination Function [Scroll Lock] [Scroll Lock] + [Enter] [k] [Enter] [s] [Enter] [a] [Enter] [n] [QI [n] [Enter] [x] [Enter] [m] [Enter] [w] [Enter] [F2] [Enter] [F31 [Enter] [FIO] [Enter] [F4] [Enter] [FS] [Enter] [e] [Enter] [r] [Enter] [Enter] [F6], [nnl [Enter] [wheel] [wheel] Toggles the Q/M and Audio focus between the two ports. If the Wtvl and Audio focus are on different ports, only the Q,/M focus switches. Only toggles the KVIv1 focus. Only toggles the Audio focus. Starts Auto Scan. The focus cycles from port to port at n second interals. Note: Replace n with a number between 1 and 4 (see Scan Interval Table below). To exit Auto Scan, press [Esc] or [Spacebar]. Auto Scanning stops when you exit Auto Scan mode. Enables/DisabIes the monitor re-detection. (Default: off) Note 1. Replace n with a number 1 and 2. n = pod # 2. If you enable the monitor re-detection and the unselected computer uses a Mac OS, it will enter sleep mode. Toggles the hotkey invocation key between [Scroll Lock] and [Ctrl]. Enables/disables mouse emulation function. (Default: On) Enables/disables mouse port-switching function. (Default: Off) Activates Mac keyboard mapping. Activates Sun keyboard mapping. Auto detects keyboard operating platform Lists current switch settings. To see a list of the current switch settings; do the following: 1. Open a text editor or word processor and place the cursor in the page window. 2. Invoke hotkey. 3. Press [F4] and [Enter] to display the settings in the text editor or word processor. Performs a USB keyboard and mouse reset Enables/Disables the Power on Detection feature. (Default On) Resets hotkeys to the default setting. Invokes the Firmware Upgrade mode. Sets the keyboard language layout where “nn” is the two digit number that represents the desired keyboard language code- U.S. English: 33 (Default); Japanese: 15; French: 08; German: 09. When the Mouse Switch function is activated, switches to the next

****** Page 15 ****** Scan Interval Table n 1 2 Scan Interval 3 secs- 5 secs. (default) n 3 4 10 secs. 20 secs. Keyboard Emulation PC Keyboard [Shift] [Ctrl] [Ctrl] [1] [Ctrl] [2] [Ctrl] [3] [Ctrl] [4] [Alt] [Print Screen] [Scroll Lock] [Enter] [Backspace] [Insert] [Ctrl] Mac Keyboard Shift Ctrl F13 F14 Return Delete Help F15 Compose PC Keyboard [Ctrl] [T] [Ctrl] [F2] [Ctrl] [F3] [Ctrl] [F4] [Ctrl] [F5] [Ctrl] [F6] [Ctrl] [F7] [Ctrl] [F8] [Ctrl] [FS] [Ctrl] [FIO] [Ctrl] [1] [Ctrl] [2] [Ctrl] [3] [Ctrl] [4] [Ctrl] [H] Scan Interval Sun Keyboard Stop Again Props Undo Front Copy Open Paste Find Cut Help Note: When using key combinations, press and release the first key (Ctrl), then press and release the activation key. .15-

****** Page 16 ****** The Firmware Upgrade Utility To upgrade the CS782DP’s firmware, do the following: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. From a computer that is not part of your KVM installation, download the latest Firmware Upgrade package for the CS782DP from our Internet support site (www . aten . com). There are two ways to complete this step • Disconnect the CS782DP from your KVM installation. Press and hold the Remote Port Selector’s pushbutton. While you are still holding the pushbutton, connect the KVM cable’s Type-A USB connector to a USB port on the computer you have downloaded the Firmware Upgrade package to. • First, connect one of the KVM cable’s Type-A USB connector to a USB port on the computer you have downloaded the Firmware Upgrade package to. Then, use the keyboard connected to the CS782DP to key in the following hotkeys: The CS782DP now enters Firmware Upgrade Mode. The two Ports LEDs flash together to indicate that the unit is in Firmware Upgrade Mode. Note: While the CS782DP is in Firmware Upgrade Mode, normal keyboard and mouse functions are suspended. You must complete the firmware upgrade or exit Firmware Upgrade Mode to regain normal control of the console. Run the Firmware Upgrade Package file. The Firmware Upgrade Utility Welcome screen appears. Read the License Agreement and enable to I Agree button. Click Next to continue. The Firmware Upgrade Utility main screen appears. All the devices capable of being upgraded by the package are listed in the Devices List panel. Select your device. Its description appears In the Device Description panel. Click Next to perform the upgrade. As the upgrade proceeds, status messages appear in the Status Messages panel, and the progress towards completion is shown in the Progress bar. After the upgrade has completed, a screen appears to inform you that procedure was successful. Click Finish to close the Firmware Upgrade Utility. Set up your KVM installation again. See Installation, page 10. .16-

****** Page 17 ****** Upgrade Failed If the Upgrade Succeeded screen doesn’t appear, it means that the upgrade failed to complete successfully, in which case you should do the following: 1. Disconnect the USB connectors on the KVM cables from the computer. 2. Press and hold the Remote Port Selector’s pushbutton. While you are still holding the pushbutton, reconnect the KVM cable’s USB connectors to the computer. 3. Power on the CS782DP. Follow steps 3 to 9 on pages 16-17 again. Troubleshooting Symptom Monitor does not display after the KVM cable set is hot- plugged. Mouse and/or keyboard is not responding. Mouse port- switching function is not responding. Cannot switch ports by pressing [Scroll Lock] twice. Possible Cause DisplayPort graphics card is not compatible with cable set hot- plugging. Graphics card driver is not up-to-date. Switch needs to be reset. Mouse does not support this function. Mouse emulation is disabled. Keyboard is incompatible with [Scroll Lock] invocation. Action Power off all devices on the installation; power off the CS782DP; confirm all KVM cables are properly connected; power on the CS782DP; power on the computers. Upgrade to the latest graphics card driver. Power off all devices on the installation; power off the CS782DP; wait five seconds; power on the CS782DP again. This feature is only supported by USB 3-key scroll wheel mice. Enable mouse emulation. See Hotkey Summary Table, page 14, for details. Switch to the alternate hotkey invocation keys. See Alternate Entering Hotkey Mode, page 13, for details. .17-

****** Page 18 ****** Specifications Function Computer Connections Port Selection Connectors Cable Length LEDs Emulation Video Scan Interval Console Ports KVM Ports Remote Port Selector Remote Port Selector Keyboard / Mouse CS782DP 2 Hotkey, Mouse, Remote Port Selector 2 x USB Type A Female (Black) 1 x DisplayPort Female (Black) 1 x 3.5mm Audio Jack Female (Green) 2 x USB Type B Female (White) 2 x DisplayPort Female (Black) 2 x 3.5mm Audio Jack Female (Green) 1 x 2.5mm Audio Jack Female 3, Power Consumption Environmental Operating Temperature physical Properties Storage Temperature Humidity Housing Weight Dimensions (L x W x H) .18- 2 x 1.8 m USB Cable 2 x 1.8 m Audio Cable 2 x 1.5 m DisplayPort Cable 1.8m 2 (White) USB 4K (4096 x 2160 @ 60 Hz) 5, 10, 20 seconds (Default: 5 secs.) DC 5M 4W 0-500C -20-600C 0—80% RH, Non-condensing Plastic 0.12 kg 9.37 x 9.30 x 2.68 cm

****** Page 19 ****** Factory Default Hotkey Settings Setting Port Switching Auto Scan Interval Keyboard Operating Platform Mouse Emulation Mouse Port-Switching Power on Detection Default [Scroll Lock] [Scroll Lock] 5 seconds PC Compatible On Enabled .19-

****** Page 20 ****** Limited Hardware Warranty ATEN warrants its hardware in the country of purchase against flaws in materials and workmanship for a Warranty Period of two (2] years (warranty period may vary in certain regions/countries) commencing on the date of original purchase. This warranty period includes the LCD panel of ATEN LCD KVM switches. Select products are warranted for an additional year (see A+ Warranty for further details). Cables and accessories are not covered by the Standard Warranty. What is covered by the Limited Hardware Warranty ATEN will provide a repair service, without charge, during the Warranty Period. If a product is defective, ATEN will, at its discretion, have the option to (1) repair said product with new or repaired components, or (2) replace the entire product with an identical product or with a similar product which fulfills the same function as the defective product. Replaced products assume the warranty of the original product for the remaining period or a period of 90 days, whichever is longer. When the products or components are replaced, the replacing articles shall become customer property and the replaced articles shall become the property of ATEN. To learn more about our warranty policies, please visit our website:








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