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X-keys® XKR-32 KVM Rack Mounted Keys

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X-keys XKR-32 Rack Mounted Keys X-keys XKR-32 Rack Mounted Keys X-keys XKR-32 Rack Mounted Keys X-keys XKR-32 Rack Mounted Keys X-keys XKR-32 Rack Mounted Keys

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Optimized for controlling a KVM, these programmable keys can send any key combination or string of keystrokes, and lower operator error and training time. Anything an operator can do on a keyboard can be replicated and assigned to one clearly labeled key. Dedicated keys maximize efficiency and lower operator training time.

Please note: KVM version X-keys send pure USB HID keyboard codes and are intended for use only with hardware that does not have a traditional operating system behind it (like a KVM). If the X-keys will be connected directly to a Windows, OS X, or Linux computer, our standard X-keys products may be better suited to fit your requirements.

**1 week lead time

XK-1420-UKVM32-SO  Rackmount 32 key KVM version  


Operating System
Any OS supporting USB HID keyboard: Windows, Mac, Linux, Android
Free Programming Software
MacroWorks 3.1 for Windows (XP or newer)
Emulation Modes
HID keyboard
Switch Types
Full-travel elastomeric dome, carbon on gold contacts, guaranteed for over 1 million operations
Number of Keys
32 single keys
Actuation Force
Approx. 2.5 oz (72g) break-over, approx. 1.5 oz (42g) hold
Keycaps
0.625” (16mm) sq.; relegendable with Cherry MX compatible stem
Key Spacing
0.75" O.C.
Backlighting
32 blue and 32 red LEDs, individually addressable
Connector
Wired USB 2.0 standard “A” plug
Cord Length
90” (2.3 m)
Dimensions and Weight
19” x 1.75” x 1.4", (483 mm x 44 mm x 10 mm), 21 oz. (600 g)
USB type
USB 1.1 compatible through 3.0
Power Source
USB port, nominal voltage = 5 VDC
Temperature Range
-20 to 60 C
Memory Capacity
Approximately 21,000 keystrokes or commands in onboard memory
Memory Type
EEPROM, non volatile memory (X-keys retains memory for over 200 years)
Environmental Rating
IP 40, typical indoor office environment
Certifications
FCC class B, CE, RoHS, WEEE compliant
X-keys XKR-32 Dimensioned Drawing

Sketchup 3D Model

We offer this Sketchup model as a 3D rendering of the XKR-32 for viewing or planning purposes. Dimensions and details of the model, while reasonably accurate, should not be used for critical specifications.

View or download this model in Sketchup 3D Warehouse.

Download a free copy of Sketchup or Sketchup Viewer here: www.sketchup.com

    MacroWorks 3.1 for Windows (included)

    For programming the KVM X-keys. No software is required on the end user's system.

  • Programs and edits keystrokes and macros
  • Reads and writes to X-keys memory
  • Easily reproduce the same layout on multiple devices

Resources for Software Developers

P. I. Engineering offers a wide range of options for application developers.  Click on any heading to learn more.  If you don’t see what you’re looking for here, please contact us (tech@xkeys.com).  We have friendly techs and engineers waiting to help you integrate X-keys into your solution.

X-keys Integration

See how to integrate your X-keys with the Hardware Mode, Software Mode with MacroWorks Software, or the Software Mode with a Custom Application.

Windows SDK

Includes comprehensive examples in C#, C++, and VB.NET for Windows desktop development in Visual Studio, as well as Java for Android development in Eclipse. Supported via phone and email during standard business hours by our technical support staff.

Linux SDK

Open source Linux support written in C++. Features code for accessing all X-keys controls and key states and includes a simple, straight forward example GUI. Written by Linux HID expert Alan Ott.

Android Samples

Assorted Eclipse projects we have created to demonstrate how to handle various input options (such as joystick and game controller button data) on Android.

HID Data Reports

Learn how to read the X-keys’ raw output and use it to integrate X-keys into your application in any language, on any HID-enabled platform.  

Case Studies

See how other developers have implemented X-keys for fun and profit.