This 1x2 DVI Splitter
splits a single PC to two DVI-D monitors with no loss of signal. The first DVI output of the 1x2 DVI Splitter is the primary connection and is used for the main display and the second DVI output follows the main display.NOTE:
This 1x2 DVI Splitter is NOT HDCP compliant meaning the older source device and older monitor must not be HDCP compliant to get a picture.
1x2 DVI Splitter Features:
- Distributes computer DVI graphic signal to two displays simultaneously
- Support DVI-D single link to 1080p
- Use only with PC video cards and monitors that are not HDCP compliant
- Provides high digital resolution up to 1920 x 1200 @ 60 Hz
- Can be cascaded to add additional monitors
- Sends an accurate and reliable reproduction of the DVI digital video signal with no signal attenuation or distortion
- Fully compliant with the DVI 1.0 standard
- Supports HDTV high-definition of 1920x1080 resolution.
- Supports UXGA at the the bandwidth of 165MHz
- Simple plug and play setup for quick connection in minutes
- The 1x2 DVI Splitter connects DVI enabled projectors, monitors, plasma screens, commercial billboards, and wall display systems
- Ideal for graphic design and A/V professionals, training, lectures, and classroom use
- Great for use in trade show, POS, healthcare, airport, train station and bus terminal settings
- Doubles as an extender letting you locate DVI enabled displays up to 33 feet (10 meters) from your computer
The 1X2 DVI Splitter is compatible with DVI-D equipped PC video cards operating at a maximum resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels, or with video devices at 480p, 480i, 720p, 1080i, and 1080p scan rates.Cascadeable:
If you need to add more monitors this 1X2 DVI Splitter can be cascaded with its other family of DVI splitters (See the above SIMILAR tab). Connect a DVI male/male extension cable between a Video Out port of the primary splitter (the splitter connected to the computer) and the Video In port on the cascaded splitter.Note:
The 1x2 DVI Splitter will only output a DVI-D (DVI digital) signal. If you are using a DVI-I cable, it will ONLY pass the digital signal. Using a DVI-I to VGA adapter will not pass an analog signal. A DVI-D to VGA converter is required to convert to an analog signal.
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