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Aten VS82 2-Port VGA Video Splitter (250MHz)

SGD $79.00

Aten VS82 2-Port VGA Video Splitter (250MHz)
Model:
VS82

The VS82 Video Splitter duplicates the video signal from an input source (i.e. a computer) and route it to up to 2 display devices (monitors, projectors, etc.). However, they go beyond being merely duplicators, in that they also enhance the video signals over distances up to 65 meters. Furthermore, they can be cascaded three levels to additional ATEN video splitters to support many numerous display devices. And they mount inconspicuously on the wall or out of sight.

Features

One video input to 2 video outputs.
Cascadable to 3 levels - provides up to 8 video signals.
Supports up to 250 MHz bandwidth.
Long distance transmission - up to 65 m (210'). *
High video resolution - up to 1920 x 1440.
DDC, DDC2, DDC2B Compatible (Port 1 only).
Compact design with convenient topside connection, lays flat on a desktop or mounts on the wall.
Supports VGA, XGA, SVGA, UXGA and multisync monitors.
OS Support: Windows 2000, Windows XP, Linux, Mac and Sun

Package Content

1x 2/4/8-Port Video Splitter
1x Power Adapter
1x VGA Cable (1.8m) (Optional)
1x User Instructions

Specification

Function VS82
Display Connections 1
Connectors Video In 1 x HDB-15 Male (Blue)
Video Out 2 x HDB-15
Female (Blue)
Power 1 x DC Jack (Black)
LEDs Power 1 (Orange)
VGA Bandwidth 250 MHz
Video 1920 x 1440 @60Hz
Signal Range Up to 65m (210')
Power Consumption DC9V, 1.35W(Max.)
Environment Operating Temp. 0-50C
Storage Temp. -20-60C
Humidity 0-80% RH, Non-condensing
Physical Properties Housing Plastic
Weight 0.14 kg
Dimensions ( L x W x H ) 11.45 x 8.75 x 3.33 cm

Warranty: 1 Year Local Warranty

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  • Model: VS82
  • Manufactured by: Aten

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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 18 March, 2013.