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Availability date: 11/30/1999
Description: Tiny Universal DisplayPort Graphics Splitter
Interface: DisplayPort v1.2 / 1.1a
Video input Connectivity: Mini DisplayPort Female
Video output Connectivity:
1-port DisplayPort v1.2, DP++ Female, DP++ Output
1-port HDMI Ver1.4 Female, HDMI Output
1-port VGA (RGB), VGA Output
Audio output Connectivity: Digital Audio output over DisplayPort or HDMI connection
LED: Blue LED indicates DisplayPort source link status
Resolution Support(Triple monitors):
DisplayPort1.2 MST source: (multi video/audio steams)
max 2560x1600piex@60Hz each monitor.
DisplayPort 1.1 SST or DisplayPort1.2 SST source
max 1920x1080piex@60Hz each monitor, 3840x1200piex@60Hz collage-display (ViewXpand mode.)
GPU dependent (Note 4).
Display Resolution and Maximum Number of Monitors
DisplayPort 1.2 offers the higher pixel rate available, there is a limitation in how many pixels can be sent down the display pipe. The table below provides maximum monitor count vs. display resolution, based and DisplayPort 1.2 bandwidth limits. It is not required that all of the screens use the same resolution.
Display Resolution(standard 60 frames per second refresh rate):
1680 x 1050 (WSXGA): 5
1920 x 1080 (1080p) or 1920 x 1200: 4
2560 x 1600 (WQXGA): 2
3840 x 2160 (UltraHD, 4K) or 4096 x 2160 (4K x 2K): 1
+3.3VDC DisplayPort Bus Power
Power Connector: 1-port Micro-B USB port +5VDC in (Reserved)
Case Material: ABS
Weight: 40g ± 2g (1.5oz)
Dimensions: 70x54x14mm (0.23x0.18x0.05ft)
O.S. support: Windows XP/2003/Vista/7/8/8.1, 2008/2012, (32/64-bit)
Operation temp. 0 C ~ 40 C (32-104F)
Operation humidity: < 85% non-condensing
Storage temp. -10 C ~ 85 C (14~176F)
1: Intel Haswell platform supports maximum 3 independent displays working simultaneously, including AIO (All-in-one) or Notebooks display panel itself.
2: 6 combined monitors support by AMD Eyefinity multi-display technology.
3: SUNIX Triple-Head DisplayPort Splitter supports DP++ protocol that actively convert the DisplayPort signal to the VGA, DVI or HDMI connectivity over SUNIX video dongle.
4: GPU dependent. EDID (Extended Display Identification Data) maximum resolution capabilities may differ based on GPU capability. Output pixel and format options are compatible with VESA standards.
5: Tiny Universal DisplayPort Graphics Splitter does not support MAC system without NV or AMD graphics card built-in.
Intel PC base computer with at least one available DisplayPort.
Graphics source minimum SPEC requirement:
- Intel PC base computer with 3rd (IVYBRIDGE) or 4th (HASWELL) Generation Intel® Core i series processor and at least one available DisplayPort.
- AMD Graphics card Radeon series HD7700, 7800, 7900, R7, R9 or later version.
- NVIDIA Graphics card GTX series GTX660, 760, 770, 780 or later version.
Unit may need additional power to operate, which can be provided to the unit via Micro USB to USB cable within the package.
This product requires power to operate. Generally, when connecting to one to two monitors, the power supplied from the computer should be enough to power the unit and to have a stable connection between the monitors and this unit. However; sometimes the unit may need more power in order to function properly, such as when connecting to more than two monitors, or when the monitors require too much power then what can be provided from the connection from your PC alone. In this regards, the unit has a reserve Micro-B USB +5VDC port for the power cable, such as those to power Android products.
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