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Dell DKMMLED185-G01 18.5 in 1U Rackmount LED KMM Console - English Language Keyboard - TAA Compliant

Item# SPM11844181425 | Model# DKMMLED185-G01 | Added on June 1, 2022 |
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Dell DKMMLED185-G01 18.5 in 1U Rackmount LED KMM Console - English Language Keyboard - TAA Compliant
$1,337.70
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Dell 18.5 in 1U Rackmount LED KMM Console - English Language Keyboard - TAA Compliant - 18.5" LED - 2 x USB - 1 x VGA - Keyboard - 1U High

The Dell FPM 18.5 in 1U Rack mount LED Console offers IT managers the ability to install a single, integrated user KMM console (keyboard, monitor, and mouse) in a 1U (1.75") form factor. Combining a thin 18.5-inch LED-backlit widescreen with an integrated touchpad mouse and keyboard, it can also be attached to any Dell KVM console switch to manage the setup, administration, and maintenance of multiple rack-mount servers. This console provides a system administrators control station mounted directly into a rack without sacrificing the rack space needed for servers and other peripherals. The KMMs space saving design enables the KMM to be mounted in the same rack U-space with any currently shipping Dell KVM console switch, making the 1U Rackmount LED Console ideal for deployment in high density racks. The KMM consoles compatibility with the ReadyRails; II interface enables tool-less installation in most (square-holed and unthreaded round-hole) racks and tooled installation in threaded round-hole racks.The ultra-slim KMM LED console is designed with the latest flat-panel display technology. Its eco-friendly display utilized LED backlighting and has none of the mercury vapor found in traditional LCD consoles that use CCFL backlighting. The 18.5 inch widescreen display supports both legacy server video modes and widescreen video modes, ... read more
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