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Tripp Lite B156-002-HDMI 2-Port DisplayPort 1.2 to HDMI Multi-Stream Transport (MST) Hub, 4Kx2K UHD

3.1 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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HDMI
  • Multi-Display Splitter/Extender splits or expands a DisplayPort Cable's signal to two HDMI equipped monitors (DP, DP++, Display Port++)
  • Supports both 4Kx2K (3840 x 2160 at 24 or 30Hz) UHD video and standard 1080p (1920x1080 at 60Hz) high-definition video-See System Requirements
  • Supports up to 48-bit Deep Color (16 bits per channel)
  • Monitor(s) can be located up to 35 ft. from the splitter
  • Mounting hardware included-allows for wall-mounted, rack-mounted or pole-mounted
  • Compatible with Displayport v1.2. Backward compatible with most DisplayPort v1.1a equipment running current graphics drivers
  • 1-year limited warranty
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Technical Details

Style: HDMI
  • DC in Jack
  • HD Compatible
  • Is HD-Ready

Product Description

Style: HDMI

Tripp Lite B156-002-HDMI allows you to split and transmit a Computer DisplayPort signal up to 1920x1200 to two, separate HDMI displays, using standard HDMI cables. Splitter can be located up to 16ft from video source, and monitors up to 35ft from splitter.

Product Information

Style:HDMI
Product Dimensions 6.5 x 7.2 x 2.2 inches
Item Weight 14.4 ounces
Shipping Weight 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Tripp Lite
ASIN B00BPYPFA0
Item model number B156-002-HDMI
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3.1 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

3.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #488 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Audio & Video Accessories > Video Converters
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Date first available at Amazon.com March 6, 2013

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The manufacturer commented on the review below
By B. Waggoner on January 9, 2014
Style Name: DisplayPort Verified Purchase
I purchased this device so that we could drive two identical monitors (in different locations) with a single DisplayPort port on my (November 2013 era) Windows 7 Professional computer. We discovered that the default (and apparently only) operation mode is "Expanded Mode", which made our two 1920x1080 monitors appear to be a single logical 3840x1080 monitor. So it works great if that's what you want. Our PC can do this itself with its two DisplayPort outputs, in which case this box would not be needed. There is apparently no switch or driver or utility to set it to operate in the "Mirror Mode" (two identical monitors) which we desired. It is advertised as being able to do this (somehow). Tripp-Lite technical support, after a 2-week period of doing nothing, replied that it should work. I agree, it should work, but it doesn't in our rather common application. So until they find a way to select which mode of operation you want, I would advise spending your money elsewhere.
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The manufacturer commented on this review(What's this?)
February 10, 2014
We apologize for the difficulty that you have had in getting your B156-002 to function properly. By default, the B156-002 splitter displays video in extended mode across the two connected monitors. If both monitors default resolution is 1920 x 1080, then the resolution is doubled to 3840 x 1080.

To display video in mirror mode, instead of switching between mirror and extended mode, you only need to select the standard video resolution of 1920 x 1080 in your computer's Display Settings menu. This will change the resolution to 1920 x 1080 on both monitors, and display them in mirror mode.

If you continue to experience difficulty in getting your monitors to display in mirror mode, please contact Tripp Lite Technical Support at (773)869-1234 and we will work with you to get this problem solved.
The manufacturer commented on the review below
Style Name: DVI
One of the users at my workplace wished to add a third monitor to their new Dell Precision 5810 Tower. The installed nVidia Quadro K620 video card has both DVI and DP outputs, so a 2-way splitter such as an MST hub should have been the right fit for this scenario: one monitor on DVI, 2 on the MST hub. The monitors we attempted to use on the hub were identical ViewSonic 2446s — not exactly top of the line monitors, but they do the job.

Unfortunately, MST hub model I went with (Tripp Lite DP to 2xDVI) simply is not working. When the monitors are connected to it, they simply flash a black screen repeatedly without ever displaying the extended desktop while the single monitor connected to the K620's DVI port still produces a picture. Interestingly, the 2 monitors on the hub do not display the OSD one would typically see if no input sources were detected. I've tried powering the computer down, dis/reconnecting power and monitor cables from the hub, dis/enabling Thunderbolt in the BIOS, connecting the monitors to the hub before/after boot... no combination of connection methods yielded any better results.

Another odd thing is, in the nVidia control panel, it correctly reads the make and model of monitors connected to the hub, and the resolution appropriately registers at 1920x1080@60Hz. Also, Windows 10 seems to think the monitors are working because the lone DVI-connected monitor will go from being the primary display to display #3. Toggling mirror mode vs. extended likewise has no effect, nor does connecting only a single monitor at a time.
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The manufacturer commented on this review(What's this?)
June 3, 2016
We apologize for the issues you are experiencing with the B156-002-DVI. We will need more information to determine what is causing this issue. We are confident that we will be able to resolve the issue given the information you have presented in your review. Please reach out to our Chicago-based Tech Support Team at 773-869-1234 (M-F 7AM-6PM Central) so we can assist you.
Style Name: DisplayPort
We got this gorgeous Dell OptiPlex Micro 7040 for our president, but he wanted to run 3 monitors in extended mode. The Dell comes with a display port and an HDMI port, so we got this splitter to split the display port into two monitors, and it works perfectly in Windows 7 Pro. We also have the DVI version in our laboratory to clone stereo head-mounted display (HMD) screens onto two monitors, in order to check what participants observe, and that one works great as well. Solid construction that lasts a long time.
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Style Name: DisplayPort Verified Purchase
I was excited to purchase this adaptor - albeit pricey - to allow my laptop to run my two Pro Art monitors by Asus (awesome monitors) from the digital port. it does not work. Tripp Lite tried to help fix but in the end was empty handed and now if have a $250 investment in worthless hardware. I suppose I can try to return but time got away from me and it is probably too late (that is the problem with buying anything on line is the return process) Started out excited and ended up totally frustrated.
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