8-port USB KVM switch w/ DDM & dual true touch

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Same as UR-12+, UR-14+ embedded DDM Technology provide the users high compatibility of HID devices.

UR-18+ embedded DDM Technology can 100% maintain the compatibility of the shared devices and connected systems. UR-18+ becomes the most reliable and robust KVM switch in the world.

Features and Benefits

‧ 100% compatible with USB HID devices ( for USB DDM ports ) ‧ Compatible with Windows ( Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7 ), Linux and Mac OS ‧ Front panel push-button for easy computer selection ‧ User selectable multi-hotkey ( Ctrl, Shift, Scroll Lock, Caps Lock, Hotkey disable ) ‧ Backlit push-button with multi-color LED for easy monitoring and selection ‧ Built-in IR remote receiver and selectable Hot-key control ‧ Buzzer sound for computer switching confirmation ‧ Plug-and-Play system configuration ‧ Additional USB ports for device sharing, or assign to a certain port ‧ No drivers needed for keyboard and mouse operation ‧ RS-232 control and firmware upgradable ‧ 400 MHz bandwidth for higher resolution display ‧ Max video resolution supported 1920 x 1440 @ 60 Hz ‧ Built-in All-time Full DDC ( Active – DDC to all connected systems ) ‧ 3-year Warranty

What’s Included

UPC Code: 641458178738

Technical Specifications


Computer port number 8
On-Screen Display Yes
Panel button control 8
Button LED color indication PC On-line – Green Selected – Red Both – Orange
IR remote control Yes ( Built-in receiver, controller optional )
Hot plug-and-play Yes
Hot key control Yes
Auto scan Yes ( Hot key )
Selectable scan interval 5, 8, 15, 20, 30 sec ( Hot key )
Beep sound On / Off ( Hot key selectable )
Cable length ( Max ) 5M ( 15ft ) at Console ; 5M ( 15ft ) at PC
VGA resolution Max 1920 x 1440 , 400 MHz , DDC1 / DDC2B
System connectors Keyboard & Mouse USB B x 8
Monitor HDB-15 Male x 8
Console connectors Keyboard & Mouse USB A ( DDM Technology ) x 2
Monitor HDB-15 Female x 1
Total USB device sharing port USB A ( USB 2.0 ) x 4
Height 44 mm ( 1.73 inch )
Width 440 mm ( 17.3 inch )
Depth 131 mm ( 5.16 inch )
Weight 1860 g ( 4.1 lb )
Operating temp 0 to 60 degrees C
Storage temp -30 to 70 degrees C
Humidity 0~80% RH, NC
Operating voltage DC 5V ( 2000 mA )
Power frequency 50-60 Hz
Power consumption 8 W

Additional information

Weight 7 lbs
Dimensions 21 × 4 × 11 in
Display Connection

Peripheral Connection



Cables Included

Power Adapter Included






Frequently Asked Questions


    • What is the hot-key combination for switching ports?

      • On our USB KVM switches with DDM, the hot-key by default is set to Ctrl. This can be changed to other available options with the Hot-Key Select button on the front of the switch. The command sequence for all of them is [hotkey] [hotkey] [#]. All three are tapped consecutively (not simultaneously), with [hotkey] being for example, the Ctrl key and [#] being the number of the port you are switching to.


    • Can I cascade multiple KVM Switches?

      • The USB KVM switches cannot be cascaded.


    • How can I connect my USB KVM switch to a computer that has PS/2 keyboard and mouse ports?

      • As long as the computer has available USB ports, you can use those instead of the PS/2 ports.


    • What if I want to use a wireless keyboard/mouse combo with the KVM switch?

      • That should not be a problem. Make sure that the keyboard and mouse function on all computers when directly connected, then try connecting through the KVM switch.


  • What can I do if I’ve hooked everything up, and although the video works, I get no keyboard and mouse functionality on any of the connected computers?

    • Here are some steps to go through if your KVM switch has lost keyboard and mouse functionality.
    • Disconnect the power and all cables and connections from the switch. There should be no lights illuminated on the KVM. Let it sit for about 1 minutes.
      1. Reconnect the Power adapter to the KVM, followed by the Keyboard, Mouse, and monitor.
      2. After those console connections are attached, connect one of your computers back to Port 1 of the KVM.
      3. Make sure the keyboard and mouse are working on that computer, then connect the second computer.
      4. At this point, the KVM has been completely reset, and it should be back in operable condition.