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1 of 2 2 Port High Resolution VGA Video Splitter - 350 MHz


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 2 Port High Resolution VGA Video Splitter with Built-in video Amplifier - 350 MHz - VGA Video Splitter 1 x 2 - 2048x1536 80Hz

 2 Port High Resolution VGA Video Splitter - 350 MHz. Video port type: VGA, Video out: 2x VGA. Maximum resolution: 2048 x 1536 pixels, Product colour: Black, Maximum operating distance: 65 m. Input current: 0.6 A, Output voltage: 5 V, Output current: 0.6 A. Width: 80 mm, Depth: 180 mm, Height: 21 mm. Package width: 185 mm, Package depth: 240 mm, Package height: 93 mm

          Split a single high resolution VGA video signal to 2 monitors or projectors

          The ST122PRO 2 Port High Resolution VGA Video Splitter - 350 MHz splits a VGA video source signal to 2 monitors or projectors simultaneously - a professional grade solution that is perfect for presentations, classrooms, tradeshows, or in-store displays, where the highest quality video on several monitors is needed. This High Resolution VGA Splitter supports monitors with up to 350MHz of video bandwidth and display resolutions up to 2048x1536 @80Hz. For added versatility, the VGA splitter features an integrated booster circuit that allows the video signal to be extended up to 210 feet (65 meters), enabling you to situate your displays in the most convenient location based on your application. Backed by a 2-year warranty and free lifetime technical support.

          Male to Female VGA extension cable required (MXT101HQ)

          The Advantage

          - An integrated signal amplifier boosts your connection range to 210 feet (65 meters)
          - High quality construction and high resolution support maintains signal strength for crisp, sharp imaging
          - Multiple screens let you broadcast your message to large audiences with greater impact


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