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LevelOne 

 

KVM-9007 

 

 

KVM Cat.5 Receiver 

 

User Manual 

 

 

 

Ver.1.00-0701

 

 


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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................................... 3

 

O

VERVIEW

.............................................................................................................................. 3

 

F

EATURES

............................................................................................................................... 3

 

P

ACKAGE 

C

ONTENTS

............................................................................................................... 4

 

F

RONT 

P

ANEL

.......................................................................................................................... 4

 

R

EAR 

P

ANEL

........................................................................................................................... 5

 

INSTALLATION ......................................................................................................................... 5

 

OSD ........................................................................................................................................... 5

 

1.

 

S

ECURITY

............................................................................................................................ 6

 

2.

 

H

ELP

................................................................................................................................... 6

 

3.

 

H

OTKEY 

OSD

 WINDOW

........................................................................................................ 7

 

4.

 

R

EVISE 

P

ASSWORD WINDOW

................................................................................................ 7

 

5.

 

CONSOLE

 

S

TATUS

............................................................................................................. 9

 

6.

 

L

OCAL 

PC-

PORT AND 

R

EMOTE 

PC-

PORT SWITCH

.................................................................. 9

 

7.

 

B

UZZER CONTROL

................................................................................................................ 9

 

8.

 

S

CAN 

PC

 PORT

.................................................................................................................... 9

 

TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................................................................................ 10

 

SPECIFICATIONS................................................................................................................... 10

 

CERTIFICATION ......................................................................................................................11

 

 
 
 
 

 

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Introduction 

Overview 

Thank you for purchasing LevelOne KVM-9007 Cat.5 receiver. KVM-9007 

enables user to access the PC, server or KVM switch up to 300 meters away 

from your keyboard, VGA (monitor) and mouse. It receives the signals from 

Cat.5 cable and converts them into signals of USB keyboard, VGA and USB 

mouse respectively. 

 

KVM-9007 can be used with KVM switch that has remote console port. When 

working with KVM switch that has remote console port 

(KVM-0831/1631/KCM-0831/1631), users are able to access KVM switch and 

control all the PCs which connected to the KVM switch from 300 meters away.   

 

KVM-9007 is a good solution for those noisy server room environment where is 

unsuitable for people to work for a long time. Besides, it facilitates effective 

management on dispersive computers through one dedicated central control 

room, demonstration room, meeting room, or at your desk.

 

 

 

Features 

ƒ

 

KVM Cat.5/Cat.5e/Cat.6 signal receiver from remote located KVM 

switches   

ƒ

 

Extends, transmits and receives KVM Cat.5 signals from up to 300 meters 

(1000 feet) away   

ƒ

 

Designed for application with KVM switches with built-in remote console 

port  

ƒ

 

Built-in local host-port to manage an additional computer directly 

connected  

ƒ

 

Easy installation with no additional software required 

 

Note: 

It is highly recommended to use Cat.5e cable when the connection is shorter 

than 150 meters, and to use Cat.6 cable when the connection is between 150 

and 300 meters. 

 

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Package Contents

 

 

z

 KVM-9007 

 

z

 

Power Adapter DC9V 0.5A 

z

 

Four Rubber Foot pad 

z

 CD 

Maunal 

 

 

If any item is found missing or damaged, please contact your local reseller for 

replacement. 

 

 

 

 

Front Panel

 

 

Console Port:

 Connect USB keyboard and mouse. 

 

Remote LED

 

LED display 

Indication 

Light off 

Remote port is not selected 

Light on 

Remote port is selected 

Light flash 

Auto detecting device on remote port 

 

Local LED

 

LED display 

Indication 

Light off 

Local port is not selected 

Light on 

Local port is selected 

Light flash 

Auto detecting device on local port 

 

Select Button: 

Select between local and remote side. 

 

 

 

 

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Rear Panel

 

 

DC power jack: 

Connect power adapter.

 

Console port: 

Connect to local monitor.

 

Local port: 

Connect to local host PC.

 

RJ-45 port: 

Connect to remote KVM switch or severs over Cat.5 cable. 

 

Installation 

Connect to KVM switch with ACC-1000 Cat.5 console module

 

1.  Attach the rubber feet to the bottom of KVM-9007. 

2.  Connect keyboard, VGA and mouse to the console port. 

3.  If you want to add a local PC, connect local PC to the local host port with 3 

to 1 KVM cable (ACC-2101 / 2102 / 2103). 

4.  Connect one end of Cat.5 cable to the RJ-45 jack of KVM-9007. 

5.  Connect the other end of Cat.5 cable to the remote console port 

(ACC-1000) of the KVM switch (KVM-0831/1631/KCM-0831/1631). 

6.  Connect the power adapter to the power jack on the rear panel, and the 

other side of power adapter connects to the power outlet. 

 

OSD

 

On screen display (OSD) gives you a convenient way to access and control 
the computers. It includes management functions such as security, language 
and help etc. 

 

Note

】【

Caps Lock

key is the default OSD hotkey, the hotkey can be 

changed to other hotkey

see OSD F2 Hotkey, for details

 

 
Hotkey operation 

 

1. scroll

Å

scroll lock

key 

2. num

Å

number lock

 key  

3. caps

Å

caps lock

 

4. Lctrl

Å

left hand site of the 

Ctrl

key. 

5. Rctrl

Å

right hand site of the 

Ctrl

key. 

 

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6. Lalt

Å

left hand site of the 

Alt

key, 

7. Ralt

Å

right hand site of the 

Alt

key. 

8. Lwin

Å

left hand site of the “window” key 

9. Rwin

Å

right hand site of the “window” key 

some keyboards might not 

have this key

 

 
1. Security 
 

   

S  E  C  U  R  I  T  Y

 

U  S  E  R       N    A    M    E 

_  _  _  _  _  _  _  _

 

P  A  S  S  W  O  R  D 

_  _  _  _  _  _  _  _ 
 

 

       

To bring up the Security window

 

(1) Power-on. 
(2)  Press “optional hotkey” twice, the press 

F4

key. 

 

Note

Default user name and password is “00000000”

 

 

To close the Security window

 

(1)  key in a valid user name, then press

Enter

key; key in valid 

password, then press

Enter

key. 

(2) Press

Esc

key. 

(3)  Connect to a KVM device

via Cat.5 interface

 

Note

 

1.  Available keys for user name and passwords are 0 ~ 9, a ~ z

no 

capital difference

 

2.  Numbers on right hand site of the keyboard are not available to use. 

   

2. Help 

 

H  E  L  P 

F    2    :    H    O   T  K  E  Y  
F    3    :    R    E    V    I    S    E          I    D 
F    4    :    S    E    C    U    R    I    T    Y

 

 

 

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To bring up the Help window

 

Tap “optional hotkey” twice, then press “F1” 
 
To close the Help window

 

Tap any key on your keyboard.

 

 

 

3. Hotkey OSD window

 

 

H  O  T  K  E  Y         L    I    S    T

 

1    .    s    c    r    o    l    l 
2  .  n  u  m 
3    .    c    a    p    s 
4    .    L    c    t    r    l          5    .    R    c    t    r    l 
6    .    L    a    l    t             6  .  R  a  l  t 
8    .    L    w    i    n                9    .    R    w    i    n

 

 

To bring up the Hotkey window

 

(1) Tap “optional hotkey” twice, then press “F2”. 
(2) In Help window, tap “F2”.   

 

To close the Hotkey window

 

(1) Press any key on your keyboard. 
(2) Done the setup. 

 

 

 

4. Revise Password window 

           

R  E  V  I  S  E

 

U  S  E  R       N    A    M    E 

_  _  _  _  _  _  _  _

 

P  A  S  S  W  O  R  D 

_  _  _  _  _  _  _  _ 

V  E  R  I  F  Y 

_  _  _  _  _  _  _  _ 

 

To bring up REVISE Password window

 

(1) Tap “optional hotkey” twice, then press

F3

key.       

(2) In Help OSD window, tap

F3

key.   

   

Note

Before Revise Password window appears, user has to enter the user 

name and password in Security OSD window.   

 

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To close the REVISE window

 

(1) Tap ”ESC” key. 
(2) Complete the USER NAME/ PASSWORD/ VERIFY setup. 

 

Note

(1) Default user name and password is “00000000”. 

(2) Available keys for user name and passwords are 0 ~ 9, a ~ z

no 

capital difference

 

(3) Press 

Enter

 three times

to set up user name &password as 

none.  

 

 

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5. CONSOLE Status 
 

R    E    M    O    T          C  O  N  S  O  L  E

 

H  O  T  K  E  Y          n    u    m

 

 

L    O    C    A    L          C  O  N  S  O  L  E

 

H  O  T  K  E  Y          n    u    m

 

 

(1)  First row shows remote console/local console status. 

(2)  Second row shows hotkey mode (e.g. The hotkey user selected now 

is 

Num Lock

key) 

 

To bring up REMOT/LOCAL CONSOLE window

 

(1) After complete SECURITY OSD window   

     (2) Change remote/local console mode 
     (3) Press mouse left-button, then press

ESC

key. 

 

To close REMOT CONSOLE window

 

(1) Press any key on your keyboard. 

          (2) Press any button on your mouse. 

 

6. Local PC-port and Remote PC-port switch 

Press “optional hotkey” twice then press letter

C

 

 

7. Buzzer control

 (audio on/off mode)

 

Press “optional hotkey” twice then press letter

B

 

 

8. Scan PC port 

(Scan Local port and Remote port VGA every 8 seconds)

 

Press “optional hotkey” twice then press letter

S

 

 

 

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Troubleshooting

 

 

1.  No video signal is displayed on the monitor. 

1.1  Please check if VGA cable and Cat.5 cable are properly connected to 

the connectors respectively. 

1.2  Make sure VGA cable is attached to computer during the boot-up 

process. 

1.3   Make sure power adapter is connected to the receiver. 

 

2.  Video signal is foggy or un-cleared on the screen. 

2.1  Please check if the VGA cable is properly connected. Sometimes 

reconnect the cable may solve this problem. 

2.2  It is highly recommended to use Cat.5e cable when the connection is 

shorter than 150 meters, and to use Cat.6 cable when the connection 

is between 150 and 300 meters. 

 

 

Specifications

 

 

Keyboard port 

USB 

Mouse port   

USB 

VGA monitor port 

RJ-45 port 

RJ-45 port connector 

8P8C 

Local console port 
connector 

VGA blue HDDB 15 pin, 3 to 1 cable 
to connect to PC 

LED 

Console port or PC port was 
selected 

VGA tuning 

Auto Adjusting 

Power adapter 

DC 9V, 500mA 

Weight (g) 

360g 

Dimension (mm) 

160*72*27mm 

Resolution 

1680 * 1050 (150m) 
1280 * 1024 (300m) 

 

 

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Certification 

 

CE – Certificate 

This equipment is in compliance with the requirements of the following 

regulations: EN 55 022: CLASS A 

 

FCC  

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with Part 15 of the FCC 

Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 

(1)This device may not cause harmful interference 

(2)This device must accept any interference received.   

Including interference that may cause undesired operation.   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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