Here's a simple way to link the DVI-D output from a computer for viewing on an ordinary VGA monitor or through a VGA projector. The DVI-D to VGA converter performs all the digital-to-analogue conversions you need for this type of connection.
And it 's easy to set up. Just switch off all devices, connect the DVI-D-equipped CPU source and a VGA monitor to the adapter, plug in its power supply, and power it up. The built-in "virtual DDC" takes VGA analogue DDC signals and converts them to DVI digital DDC signals to support the most popular resolutions.
Scan Range —
Horizontal: 22 to 95 kHz;
Vertical: 48 to 90 Hz
Video Bandwidth —[/b] 170 MHz
Resolution max — VGA: 1920x1200
DVI input: (1) DVI-D single-link F;
VGA output: (1) HD15 F;
power: (1) 5-VDC jack
Power — external power supply, 5 VDC
Size — 2.5H x 5.1W x 8.3D cm
Weight — 0.1 kg
Application diagram - Download GIF
(1) DVI-D to VGA Converter
(1) 5-VDC universal power supply with power cord
(1) 1,8-m DVI-D/DVI-D video cable (DVI-D single-link male/male)
(1) user's manual
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