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Epiphan's VGA Splitter GLIs has a high-bandwidth 1 GHz signal amplifier that taps the incoming VGA source and splits it into two VGA outputs. There is no loss in picture quality, resolution or power and no additional loading limitations on VGA cable length.
Advanced users can also create multiple VGA output port complexes by daisy chaining two or more VGA Splitter GLIs together to create various combinations of fault-tolerant and ground loop isolated ports. This device is ideal for applications in noisy signal environments and multi monitor applications where the quality of the split VGA signals are critical.
Split an incoming VGA cable into a fault-tolerant pass through VGA output and one ground loop isolated VGA output
Integrated ground loop isolation circuit reduces picture noise in a VGA stream
Designed to meet the needs of 2048 x 2048 displays in ATC/ATM control room applications
High Bandwidth (1 GHz) VGA signal preservation protects VGA output signals in a noisy environment, without any loss in picture quality, resolution, power, or additional loading on VGA cable length
Multiple Epiphan splitters can be daisy chained to create multiple isolated VGA output ports
Works well with Epiphan's family of Video Grabbers and Streaming/Recording solutions
Made in Canada
Fault Tolerant Output Port
A fault tolerant output port ensures that even if power to the VGA Splitter is suddenly cut, the fault tolerant VGA output port will continue to work
Ground Loop Isolator
The second output port on this VGA Splitter has an integrated ground loop isolation circuitry to reduce picture noise in a VGA stream. Noise often is visible in a VGA monitor when there is a ground loop in the power wiring within an event venue, conference room, home, office, or industrial environment caused by differences in the electrical system. This VGA Splitter works by breaking the ground between the VGA source and output display, eliminating the path for the current from an electrical imbalance to flow and eliminating all VGA noise caused by a ground loop. If using the VGA Splitter with only one output, use a VGA terminator on the fault tolerant port to ensure ground isolation is active.
1 GHz Signal Bandwidth
Epiphan's splitter circuitry eliminates noise using a high bandwidth differential amplifier technique. This approach provides high signal quality for frequencies up to 1 GHz which means that resolutions up to 2048 x 2048 at 85 Hz are supported, with no loss in picture quality.