Mini DP 1.2 to VGA

Product model: MDPV03-15CM

Categorey: Mini DisplayPort

  • Mini DisplayPort Adapter
1.0  Introduction

The Mini DisplayPort to VGA signal format converter seamlessly connect next generation DisplayPort based MacBook, MacBook Pro, or MacBook Air with a Mini DisplayPort to conventional VGA displays, such as CRT, LCD monitors and projectors. Mini DisplayPort offers a unified, scalable, and cost effective interface for embedded and external display applications. It not only has an elegant appearance with the white color but also brings much convenience with its small size.

It offers solutions for digital entertainment center, projector factory, noisy space and security concerns, conference room presentation, school and corporate training environments.

1.1 FEATURES

This Mini DisplayPort to VGA converter has many features that enable it to perform in a superior manner. Among those features you will find:

l  Compliant with VESA Mini DisplayPort™1.2 Standard with 1.1a backward compatibility.

l  Compliant with VESA e Mini DP v1.3 Standard.

l  2 lane high speed differential input with configurable speed: 2.7Gbps or 1.62Gbps.

l  Down spread Spectrum (SSC)support.

l  Support resolution with pixel rate up to 180MHz

l  Supports resolutions up to WQXGA(1920x1200@60HZ,reduced blanking,24bpp)

l  VGA output meets VESA VSIS v1r2 clock jitter specification

l  Low power standby mode with automatic monitor plug and unplug detect.

l  DDC Speed control for use with longer VGA cables.

l  EDID pass-through from PC source to display

l  Spread Spectrum (de-spreading) for EMI reduction

l  Low power operation – Active 485mW, standby mode 12mW


Note: For few display cards, the image would not appear until the PC enters into Windows from DOS at the time of restarting.

Mini DisplayPort Adapter
Input Mini DisplayPort
Output VGA
Support VGA resolution up to 1920x1200@60HZ
Support Compliant with VESA Mini DisplayPort™1.2 Standard with 1.1a backward compatibility
Support Compliant with VESA e Mini DP v1.3 Standard