StarTech.com DisplayPort® to HDMI® Active Adapter Converter - DP to HDMI

Mfg. Part: DP2HDS | CDW Part: 2882805 | UNSPSC: 43211608
  • Connect an HDMI monitor to a DisplayPort Video Source
  • Compatible with DisplayPort equipped desktop computers such as Dell OptiPlex
  • Active Single Link / Black / DisplayPort 1.1a / DHCP 1.3 /
  • Supports resolutions up to 1920x1200 / 1080p
  • Connect your computer to an HDMI Television or Projector
  • DP to HDMI Adapter / Display Port to HDMI / DisplayPort to TV / DP to HDMI TV
  • Active converter works with DisplayPort Video Cards such as ATI Radeon HD / FirePro Series Eyefinity Graphics Cards
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Main Features
  • Connect an HDMI monitor to a DisplayPort Video Source
  • Compatible with DisplayPort equipped desktop computers such as Dell OptiPlex
  • Active Single Link / Black / DisplayPort 1.1a / DHCP 1.3 /
  • Supports resolutions up to 1920x1200 / 1080p
  • Connect your computer to an HDMI Television or Projector
  • DP to HDMI Adapter / Display Port to HDMI / DisplayPort to TV / DP to HDMI TV
  • Active converter works with DisplayPort Video Cards such as ATI Radeon HD / FirePro Series Eyefinity Graphics Cards
Connect an HDMI monitor to a DisplayPort Video Source. The DP2HDS Adapter converts DisplayPort to HDMI with audio pass-through support, enabling you to connect a desktop or laptop computer that is equipped with DisplayPort A/V output to an HDMI monitor, projector, or display.
Unlike a passive adapter, the DP2HDS actively converts single mode and dual mode DisplayPort output, which is ideal for graphics cards that do not output dual mode/multi-mode (DP++) signals, such as ATI Eyefinity cards.
The DP to HDMI adapter is compatible with Intel Thunderbolt, when connected directly to a supporting DisplayPort over Thunderbolt I/O port.
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