C2G 1' Ultima One HD15 M to Two HD15 F SXGA Monitor Y-Cable (Black)

BH #CA29610 • MFR #29610
C2G 1' Ultima One HD15 M to Two HD15 F SXGA Monitor Y-Cable (Black)
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C2G 29610 Overview

The black 1'Ultima One HD15 M to Two HD15 F SXGA Monitor Y-Cable from C2G optimizes style, quality and value in a cable specially designed for high performance. This y-cable splits the VGA signal to provide simultaneous display of the same picture. It is constructed from 3 individually-shielded 75Ω coax and 4 twisted pair cable to minimize crosstalk, noise and other EMI/RFI interference.
An aluminum under-mold shield assists in reducing interference to meet FCC requirements, while a 360° solder-to-connector shell and cable braid create an end-to-end shielding solution for a noise-free connection.
24k gold-plated connectors provide maximum corrosion resistance. The charcoal gray cable jacket matches your case and disappears behind your desk, leaving a clean organized look. The sleek design of the molded connectors makes them easy to grip. Finally, an ultra-flexible jacket and oversized thumbscrews make installation easy.

UXGA provides a screen resolution of 1600 x 1200 pixels
Aluminum under-mold shield assists in reducing interference
24k gold-plated connectors provide corrosion resistance and error-free data transfer
UPC: 757120296102

C2G 29610 Specs

Connector 11 x DE-15/DB-15 Male
Connector 22 x DE-15/DB-15 Female
Cable Length1' / 0.3 m
Weight0.35 lb / 0.15 kg
Maximum Resolution Support1600 x 1200
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.35 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.1 x 7 x 1.1"
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If you use this can you display two different screens on the monitor?
Asked by: Anonymous
Unfortunately, no. You have to use a video splitter such as a Matrox Dual head2go.
Answered by: Zev B
Date published: 2018-08-28


Is this the cable I need to hook 2 monitors up to one computer? I want to be able to have multiple things open on two screens simultaneously (not 2 screens with the same image). My monitors are Samsung and my computer is HP. Thanks.
Asked by: Taylor L.
Yes it is, I use one for my computer and the other for my TV.
Answered by: Lewis J.
Date published: 2020-05-27
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