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450MHz VGA Multiplier 8-port

REF: VG026

Specifications

  • Supported resolution of 2048 x 1536 at 450 MHz.
  • VGA bandwidth of 450 Mhz.
  • Includes 9 VDC power supply.
  • Maximum VGA cable distance: 55m (depends on the cable quality) and resolution.
  • Compatible with VGA, S modesVGA, XGA, QXGA and multi-sync.

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38.25

12.24

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33.62

10.76


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Specifications

  • Supported resolution of 2048 x 1536 at 450 MHz.
  • VGA bandwidth of 450 Mhz.
  • Includes 9 VDC power supply.
  • Maximum VGA cable distance: 55m (depends on the cable quality) and resolution.
  • Compatible with VGA, S modesVGA, XGA, QXGA and multi-sync.

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VGA signal multiplier that from an input port (HD15-Female) replicates it in 8 VGA output ports (HD15-Female).


Specifications
  • Supported resolution of 2048 x 1536 at 450 MHz.
  • VGA bandwidth of 450 Mhz.
  • Includes 9 VDC power supply.
  • Maximum VGA cable distance: 55m (depends on the cable quality) and resolution.
  • Compatible with VGA, S modesVGA, XGA, QXGA and multi-sync.
  • It allows the chaining of more VGA multipliers to obtain more ports with the same signal.
  • All VGA ports are of type HD15-Female.
  • Mounted in metal housing of size 200 x 43 x 77 mm.
  • Gross Weight: 1.1 kg
  • Number of packages: 1
  • Master-pack: 10

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VGA
The term VGA (Video Graphics Array or Video Graphics Adapter) is a graphics display system for PCs developed by IBM. VGA has become one of the standards for the PC image. In text mode, VGA provides a resolution of 720 by 400 pixels. In graphics mode, the resolution is either 640 by 480 (with 16 colors) or 320 by 200 (with 256 colors). The color palette is 262,144.Unlike earlier graphic standards for PCs - MDA, CGA, EGA and VGA - uses analog signals rather than digital signals. Since its introduction in 1987, several other standards have been developed that offer greater resolution and more colors (SVGA, XGA ...), but VGA remains the denominator used. All personal computers manufactured today still have support VGA, and possibly some other more advanced connection.

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450MHz VGA Multiplier 8-port

REF: VG026