|DVI Amplifier Bandwidth:||1.65 GHz|
|Actual Bandwidth:||1.6 GHz|
|Input Video Signal:||1.2 volts p-p|
|Input DDC Signal:||5 volts p-p (TTL)|
|DVI Connector:||Molex 24 pin female connector|
|Power Consumption:||15 Watts (max.)|
|Power Supply:||External 17VAC|
|Dimensions:||8W x 1.75H x 4D|
|Shipping Weight:||8 lbs.|
The DVI Hub allows computers with DVI graphic cards to be connected to one or two DVI compatible monitors or projectors. The DVI Hub keeps your desk clutter-free, relocating your computer to a safe and secure area, while allowing you to work in a quieter environment. It also lets you keep your DVI monitor next to your computer, while adding a second DVI display such as a projector, another DVI monitor or Plasma display.
The DVI Hub is connected with a DVI (male to male ) cable from the computer DVI graphic port to the DVI Hub input. There are two DVI outputs. DVI output one is the primary connection and is used for the main display. DVI output two is connected to the second display. The Hub can be connected to any Apple LCD Displays with ADC connection using the DVI to ADC Conversion Box. To extend a DVI device 50 feet away, two 25 DVI cables are used.