Tripp Lite B156-002-HDMI 2-Port DisplayPort 1.2 to HDMI Multi-Stream Transport (MST) Hub, 4Kx2K UHD
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- 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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Tripp Lite 2-Port DisplayPort to HDMI Multi-Display, High-Definition Video Splitter/Extender
Split a DisplayPort signal into two separate HDMI-monitors
Get the most out of your high-definition video installation with Tripp Lite’s 2-Port Multi-Display Video Splitter/Extender for DisplayPort and HDMI devices! The B156-002-HDMI splits a DisplayPort signal into two for separate HDMI-enabled monitors or expands video over both monitors up to 51 ft. away, making it the ideal audio/video solution for any application that requires sharing video between a DisplayPort source and HDMI displays.
Connect DisplayPort-enabled High-Definition video sources to HDMI-enabled projectors, monitors and televisions
Ideal for business theaters, large home theaters, schools, trade show presentations, airports and any other application that requires sharing DisplayPort video to multiple HDMI displays
Split and extend high-definition signals up to 51 ft. away
The B156-002-HDMI splits a single DisplayPort video signal into two or expands video over both displays up to 51 ft. away. Displays can be placed up 35 ft. away from the splitter unit and an additional 16 ft. away from the video source for standard 1080p (1920 x 1080 @ 60Hz) and 3840 x 1080 @ 60Hz (in extended mode) video.
When using the most current protocols, your installation is guaranteed vibrant, rich picture and sound. For maximum playback capability, the B156-002-HDMI complies with the latest HDCP, EDID and DDC digital video content standards. It is also compatible with DTS-HD, Dolby TrueHD and 7.1 channel surround sound for immersive, hi-fi audio.
Convenient plug-and-play setup and versatile installation
With no software or drivers to install, the B156-002-HDMI’s plug-and-play setup gets your application up and running faster. Simply connect the unit’s external power supply, connect the unit to the video source and remote displays, and enjoy some of the most stunning video quality that’s currently available on your displays.
Unit includes mounting hardware for wall-mount, rackmount and pole mount installations.
TAA-compliant and one-year warranty
The B156-002-HDMI is compliant with the Federal Trade Agreements Act (TAA) for GSA Schedule purchases.
The B156-002-HDMI comes backed by a one-year warranty. As part of Tripp Lite’s commitment to environmental responsibility, it is manufactured in compliance with strict RoHS specifications.
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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.
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.Read more ›