Simultaneously displays video on 2 VGA/SVGA monitors A built-in booster allows a video signal (up to 2048 x 1536 @ 60Hz) to be transmitted up to 210 ft. from the source The splitter can be located up to 25 ft. from the connected computer, and up to 185 ft. from the connected monitors 350Mhz bandwidth support Rugged, fully shielded metal housing 1 year limited warranty Tripp Lite's 2-Port VGA/SVGA Video Splitter provides bandwidth support at 350MHZ, allowing simultaneous display of video on 2 monitors. In additon, a built-in booster allows a video signal (up to 1920 x 1080 @ 60Hz) to be transmitted up to 210 ft. from the source. Two standard HD15 female ports are used to connect the monitors, while the a third HD15 male port is used to connect the CPU. The splitter can be located up to 25 ft. from the connected computer, and up to 185 ft. from the connected monitors. The number of connected monitors can be expanded by cascading up to 3 levels of splitters together. 1 year limited warranty.
The manufacturer commented on the review belowSee comments This splitter will work for DVI-D signals. BUT BEWARE: Under no circumstances will it split or use an ANALOG DVI SIGNAL. More importantly to the average user, this means:You CAN NOT use a DVI-VGA adapter on the output side of this box. There is no output analog signal to adapt. EVEN if you use a DVI-I (Digital & Analog) Cable as your input, the box strips out the analog and ..