DVI-D to VGA: Allows Signal Relay Between Digital Sources and Analog Displays

Video Conversion is Important as it allows you to Reuse your obsolete devices

The device converting DVI-D to VGA signals transmits DVI-D signals from a digital source and converts them to analog for viewing on a VGA display device. Using this technology, CRT monitors, televisions with VGA connections as well as analog systems can all be connected to digital video sources. It is an ideal solution for applications where a computer’s output needs to be viewed on larger screens. Working on plug and play methodology, the DVI end of the adapter is connected to the video card whereas the VGA connector is attached to the display. DVI video cards produce a digital video signal, which is converted into analog at the VGA output by the converter. This is how the connection between DVI-D to VGA input to output is made functional.

Having a power consumption of just .54 Watts, which it passes from the motherboard connection, the converter is built with a DVI-I digital single link connector on the source end and a standard HD15 connector on the display side. While the input connector is DVI-D female, the output connector is a VGA 15 pin HD male. Equipped with inline boosting capabilities, compact in size and compatible with advanced video hardware such as HDTV/satellite receiver, plasma TV, LCD TV or monitor, DVD player or projectors, these converters are the most popular as they deliver high-performance, high-bandwidth video.

DVI-D to VGA Converter supports multiple video resolutions such as 1900x1200, 1600x1200, 1280x1024 and 1024x768 (UXGA, SXGA, XGA, SVGA, and VGA). Requiring no external power, they have a VGA bandwidth of 165 MHz and DVI-D bandwidth of 1.6 GHz, along with a frequency bandwidth of 165MHz. HDCP compliant and compatible with DDWG DVI standard, these converters also have all the necessary regulatory approvals such as CE, FCC and RoHS. Easy installation and operation without additional drivers or software are its key features. Due to this, it is preferred as an inexpensive alternative by consumers who want to extend the life of their existing VGA monitors and save investment on higher end display devices.

Therefore the DVI-D to VGA signal conversion device is used in a wide array of applications.

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