- Support VGA resolutions of 640 x 480 (15 MHz) at distances of 450 feet (137.1 m). Higher resolutions are possible at shorter distances when transferring SVGA, XGA, and SXGA video.
- Save conduit space by using existing CAT5 STP cables to distribute video and by using CAT5 UTP cables for keyboard and mouse extension to classrooms or conference rooms.
- Great for long source-to-display connections where using coax cables can be cumbersome and expensive.
Source-to-display extensions without the need for VGA cabling.
Putting a lot of distance between a PC video source and a display device can be expensive if you use a standard VGA cable to connect the two. How about using lower-cost twisted-pair cable instead? With Black Box® VGA Baluns, you can.
These compact, nonpowered devices enable you to quickly set up VGA source-to-display runs at distances up to 450 feet.
And because they plug into the PC and display devices directly, setting up and dismantling a video connection is easy. For this reason, they're ideal for temporary cable patches in training or conference settings. For instance, use flexible CAT5 STP cable instead of a bulky VGA cable to project a laptop image onto a large plasma or CRT screen and lose none of the original video resolutions in the transfer!
The balun featured here is for the display end. You'll also need a VGA Source Balun (AC640A).
- Great for long source-to-display connections.
- Save conduit space by using existing STP cables.
- Support VGA resolutions of 640 x 480 at 137 meters.
- Higher resolutions at shorter distances.