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RF Link DHS-6120 2 Port Display Port DP to HDMI Splitter with TV Wall Support

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RF Link DHS-6120 2 Port Display Port DP to HDMI Splitter with TV Wall Support

Condition: New

Plug-and-play, no software installation
Supporting two graphic card working together
Supporting TV Wall function
Support Display Port v1.2/1.1a, HDMI V1.4a, VESA DDM standard, HDCP V1.3,EDID V1.4
Support DP 1.2a MST (or SST) mode with 2 HDMI/DVI output
Support 1x2 video wall that total display resolution will be up to 4Kx2K
Support up to 2 monitors set as Mirror mode as a single display or panoramic view
Support 2 graphic card working together
Max resolution support up to 3840p
Designed for high quality digital multiple display, such as presentation, gaming, graphic design...etc.
1 input (DP)/2 output (HDMI) splitter

DP Source Input Port:
1 (Female)
HDMI Device Output Port: 2 (Female)
Source/Display Port Connector: DP/HDMI
Max Resolution: 3840 x 2160 (3840p)
Transmission Range: 3 meters for full bandwidth
Operating Temperature: 0 - 40 degrees Celsius
Storage Temperature: -20 - 60 degrees Celsius
Humidity: 0 ~ 90% RH Non-Condensing
Power adaptor: DC 5V 1A
Dimension (mm): 77mm (L) x 64mm (W) x 25mm (H)
Housing: Metal

What's in the box
DP to HDMI Splitter
Power Adapter

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