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USB-C KVM Switch

Control & Switch Between USB-C Based Computer and Mobile Device Sources

A USB-C KVM Switch allows you to control & switch between multiple USB-C based computer and mobile phone or tablet sources from a single user station. USB-C consolidates Keyboard, Video, Mouse, Peripheral USB media, and Power delivery into one standardized connection.

USB Type-C connectors are 60% smaller than the traditional Type-A connector, are more durable, and are have reversible plug-in design.

CyberView Cat6 KVM Switches Now Support USB-C Dongles

Our new USB-C KVM Dongle (DG-100C) expands video support for CyberView Cat6 KVMs to also include switching between & controlling USB-C based source devices. Our most most advanced KVM series just got even more versatile!

USB-C KVM Dongle (DG-100C)
  • Server-end: USB-C
  • KVM port: Cat6
  • Access keyboard, video, and mouse via single Cat5 / 6 / 7 cable
  • Source computers can be located up to 130 feet (40 m) away
  • Supports resolutions up to 1920 x 1080

CyberView Cat6 KVM Switch – Most Versatile KVM Series In The Industry

CyberView Cat6 KVMs allow you to mix and match a variety of sources, and control of them from one keyboard, mouse and keyboard (BIOS-level). CyberView Cat6 KVMs support a variety of video inputs from USB-C, DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI, & VGA, with resolutions up to 1080p. Daisy chain connections allows up to 8 KVMs to be cascaded to access up to 256 source devices.

Austin Hughes’ CyberView Cat6 KVM Switches are the perfect single-stop solution for applications with different video or higher resolution requirements.


High Definition Resolution

CyberView Cat6 KVM Switches support uncompressed pixel-perfect digital video at resolutions up to 1080p (1920 x 1080 @ 60Hz).

VGA, DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort & USB-C

Broad Video Support

CyberView Cat6 KVMs support any combination of VGA, DVI, HDMI, USB-C, DisplayPort, USB sources with optional audio through low-cost KVM dongles. Source computers can be located up to 131 feet (40 m) away via Cat5/6 cable.

Local, Extended, Over IP

Access Locally or Remotely

CyberView Cat6 KVM Switches have multiple ways of controlling & switching source computers; Locally from a user station, from a web browser or VNC client over IP, and remotely from up to 500ft (150m) away through integrated CATx extenders. Pick and choose the right model for your application.



These CyberView KVMs have been tested and approved for CE, UKCA, FCC, REACH, RoHS3, WEEE Certifications for IT, manufacturing, SOHO, commercial, military, government, and surveillance applications. For TAA Compliant applications, Austin Hughes KVMs are assembled and tested in California, USA.

Windows, Mac, Linux & SUN

Multi-Platform Support

CyberView KVM Switches support any computer platform with USB keyboard and mouse interface, including all versions of Windows, Mac, Linux & SUN systems.

Hotkey, Push, Mouse (OSD)

Channel Selection Options

Users can quickly switch between connected computers with customizable hotkey keyboard combinations, by clicking front-panel push buttons, or with a mouse through an on-screen-display menu (OSD).

Hot Pluggable & Driver Free

No Software or Drivers Required

CyberView KVMs have been designed to be driver-free to work with all known software and computer platforms. Hot-pluggable design lets you simply add PCs or remove connected PCs for maintenance without powering down the KVM switch or PCs.

KVM Cascading

Easy Expansion

Expand up to 256 source computers simply by linking Cat6 Matrix KVM units using cascade cables. CyberView Cat6 KVMs automatically detect up to 8 levels of cascade connections, letting you control and switch between all connected sources.

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