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Today, AV equipment comes with many different video interfaces. Connecting older to newer AV equipment can become a challenge, when you do not have the right video cables on hand. Video adapters (also often referred to as a video converter) are a very cost efficient solution to fix your video compatibility issues.

  • Attach HDMI devices like set-top boxes, TVs or DVD-players to DVI screens.
  • Connect new devices with (mini)DisplayPort to your HDMI screen.
  • Convert HDMI to DVI ports and vice versa.
  • Use DVI to eliminate pixel-locks in laptop-connections with VGA projectors.

There are many more use cases where you will require a video adapter. Keep always a selection of video adapters in stock. Choose from our wide selection most suitable for your daily video source to display connections.

  I AM CONNECTING TO
MY SOURCE DISPLAY PORT
HDMI
DVI
VGA
DISPLAY PORT
VCB-DP-xxxx-MM ⧫ EVNDPHDMI-MF-R3 ⨯
VA-DP12-HDMI4K-A*
EVNDPDVI-MF-R3 ⨯
VA-DP-DVID-A*
EVNDPDVI-xxxM ⧫
EVNDPVGA-MF-R3 ⨯
Mini DISPLAY PORT
VA-MDP12-DP12 ⨯
ENVMDPDP-xxxM ⧫
ENVMDP-HDMI ⧫
VA-MDP12-HDMI4K-A*
ENVMDPDVI-xxxx-MF -
HDMI
VA-HDMI-DP ⨯ EVHDMI01T-xxxM ⧫
VCB-HDMI-xxxM ⧫
FA790 ◼
EVHDMI02TxxxM ⧫
VA-HDMI-VGA ⨯
DVI
- VA-DVID-HDMI ⨯
FA795-R2 ◼
EVHDMI02T-xxxM ⧫
EVNDVI02-xxxx ⧫
DVI-I_DL-xxxM ⧫
VA-DVII-VGA ⨯
FA461 ◼
EVNDVI01-xxxx ⧫
VGA
- - VA-VGA-DVII ⨯
EVNDVI01 ⧫
EVNPS06-xxxx-MM ⧫
USB-C
VA-USBC31-DP12 ⨯ VA-USBC31-HDMI4K ⨯ VA-USBC31-DVID ⨯ VA-USBC31-VGA ⨯
COUPLERS VA-DP-CPL VA-HDMI-CPL VA-DVI-CPL FA452/R2
FA454-R2

 

* Active Adapter   ⧫ Dongle Cable in multiple length   ⨯ Passive Dongle   ◼ Passive Adapter

Black Box Explains

When to choose an active DisplayPort adapter

When you connect a source with a (mini)DisplayPort interface to one or more DVI or HDMI display(s), you need to know the difference between active and passive video adapters.

PCs and other video sources with dual-mode DisplayPort (also known as DP++) interface support the conversion between DisplayPort and HDMI or DVI. You can use a passive video adapter. Watch out for the DP++ symbol at your source port.

Use always an active video adapter, if your video source has a single-mode DisplayPort interface or needs to support multiple video outputs. Active adapters are equipped with an internal chip that performs the conversion between single-mode or dual-mode DisplayPort and HDMI or DVI.

When to choose a video converter with scaling

Video adapters are a very cost effective solution if you want to match two different video interfaces physically. For some applications, you might need a more sophisticated video converter with physical and electronical adjustments. These devises convert analog video (VGA, component, or composite) into digital video (DVI-D, HDMI or DisplayPort) or vice versa. In addition, many video converters automatically scale the video input up or down for a high quality display on the screen.



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