StarTech.com DisplayPort to DVI Active Adapter

StarTech.com DisplayPort to DVI Active Adapter

£29.82 inc VAT
£24.85 exc VAT

StarTech.com DisplayPort to DVI Active Adaptor More Info

SKU: DP2DVIS

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Connect a DVI monitor to a single-mode DisplayPort output from your computer

The DP2DVIS DisplayPort to DVI Active Single Link adapter lets you connect your DisplayPort video source (desktop PC, laptop, etc.) to a DVI-D monitor, projector or display, including televisions and Apple Cinema Display HD, eliminating the expense of having to upgrade to a DisplayPort-capable monitor. Unlike passive adapters, this DP to DVI converter offers an active conversion for use with any DisplayPort output - ideal for graphics cards that are not capable of outputting multi-mode DP++ signals (e.g. ATI Eyefinity). Supporting resolutions up to 1920x1200, this compact device provides a simple solution for converting DisplayPort output for compatibility with existing DVI monitors, televisions or projectors. Backed by a StarTech.com 2-year warranty and free lifetime technical support.

The StarTech.com Advantage

- Active DisplayPort converter for DisplayPort video cards not capable of outputting DP++ (multi-mode) signals
- Simple to use, small form-factor converter makes DisplayPort backward compatible with your DVI-D single link display
- Latching DisplayPort connector ensures a solid connection

Features
Product colourBlack
Connector 1Display Port
Connector 2DVI-D
Connector 1 genderMale
Connector 2 genderFemale
Operational conditions
Operating temperature (T-T)0 - 70 °C
Storage temperature (T-T)0 - 70 °C
Packaging data
Package width200 mm
Package depth220 mm
Package height20 mm
Package weight57 g
Other features
Width44 mm
Height20 mm
Depth200 mm
Weight & dimensions
Width44 mm
Height20 mm
Depth200 mm
Package width200 mm
Package depth220 mm
Package height20 mm
Package weight57 g

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