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The TruLink 4-Port UXGA Monitor Splitter/Extender from C2G splits a single VGA signal to mirror the same image on four VGA-equipped monitors. This splitter sports one female VGA input port and four female VGA output ports. Without installing software or interface cards, you can set it up easily and daisy-chain multiple units together to support additional displays. C2G has also designed it to extend the VGA signal up to 210' (64m) away, making it useful for signage environments.
The TruLink splitter supports resolutions of up to 1920 x 1440 and is compatible with XGA, SVGA, VGA and MultiSync monitors. It is armed with an all-metal housing as well as power and activity LED indicators. Furthermore, the connectors are color coded so you can easily match the connections.
One video input and four video outputs
Color-coded connectors for the input and outputs
Features a 350 MHz bandwidth and can extend signals by up to 210'
Supports all XGA, SVGA, VGA and multi-sync monitors and resolutions up to 1920 x 1440
Daisy-chain multiple units together for even more outputs
In the Box
C2G TruLink 4-Port VGA Monitor Splitter/Extender
Limited 1-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
Input: 1 x 15-pin VGA female Outputs: 4 x 15-pin VGA female
LED, Power LED, Activity
Signal Types Supported: VGA, SVGA, XGA, UXGA, and MultiSync Video Bandwidth: 350 MHz Maximum Resolution Supported: 1920 x 1440 at 80 Hz
Maximum Cable Length Supported
210' / 64 m
Power Input: 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz Power Output: 9 VAC, 600 mA Pin Diameter: 5.5 mm Center Pin Polarity: Positive
System with a 15-pin VGA video card male to male 15-pin VGA cable (to connect the splitter to a computer) male to male 15-pin VGA cables (to connect the splitter to the monitors) Each cable must have UXGA resolution to deliver the true potential resolution of this splitter.