The second generation of the TruLink USB to VGA+ 3.5mm Kit provides a powerful solution to stream audio and video to a remote monitor, projector or television. Engineered to incorporate Ultra-Wide Band technology(UWB), this kit allows for in-room wireless connectivity up to 30 feet (line of sight) between the computer and display. Setup is simple and usage is seamless because all required video drivers are embedded in the host adapter. After initial software set-up, this device provides a plug and play experience for the user. Our new Quick Link feature allows additional users with host adapters to quickly connect to the device adapter with no additional steps required to “pair” the devices.
This highly secure wireless connection is ideal for classrooms, conference rooms or to display audio/video content from your laptop to your home entertainment system. Two flexible device adapter mounting options are included, a desk mount and a wall mount.
Please Note: There is currently an issue with sending audio from a Mac running 10.7 or 10.8 to our wireless receiver. This is currently being investigated and we are working toward a resolution.
|Warranty :||1 Year|
|Vendor :||Cables To Go|
|Weight :||1.834 LB|
• CD-less auto-install driver installation for PC
• New QuickLink feature allows additional host adapters to connect to an existing device adapter with no pairing necessary
• WiMedia Data Rates: 53 to 480Mbps
• TruLink VGA+Audio Device Adapter
• TruLink USB Host Adapter
• Desk Mount Stand
• Wall Mount Bracket
• 1ft VGA Cable
• 3ft 3.5mm Audio Cable
• Power Adapter
• User Manual
• Quick Start Guide
• CD With Mac Video Drivers
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Q:Understanding this model receiver has VGA output, will it convert through USB even thought the primary video output on laptop is HDMI,DVI or VGA output?
A:Yes. It will create a VGA video port from any USB 2.0 or 3.0 port.
Q:If I have 1 laptop how can I use this product to send the same image to 2 different projectors? In other words can I use 1 transmitter to 2 receivers or do I have to run them 1 on 1 or 2 transmitter/receiver kits? What if the laptop only has one usb port?
A:Unfortunately this device can only be used 1 to 1 it can not send the image to two different receivers.
Q:I have four PCs and Four Monitors in one room. Can one device service all four??
A:The Transmitter receiver kit will only work from one transmitter to one receiver. More Transmitter receiver pairs can be used from the same source to different displays (up to 6) Using the pairing utility.
Q:Is this compatible with the Surface RT?
A:Unfortunately this is not Compatible with any product using Windows RT
Q:How many TruLink USB Host Adapter can connect to Trulink Wireless?
A:You can only connect 1 TruLink host adapter to 1 Wireless receiver at a time. However using our pairing utility you will be able to have Multiple systems in the same room. They will all connect 1 transmitter to 1 receiver only.
Q:Do you need to have administrator access to the PC to install the dongle driver?
A:Yes. You would need admin access to install the software.
Q:Will powerpoint work in the presenter view with this set-up?
A:Yes it will work on a Windows computer. It will not work if you are running a Mac OS.
Q:Can this be used with Dell Tin Client running Windows 7
A:This product will not work on a thin client.
Q:If I have 3 class rooms right next to each other, operating at the same time, will they interfere with each other? As in will dongle one on PC one project on classroom 2 and 3's projectors?
A:That issue can be eliminated by using the paring utility found in the product support tab in the drivers section. You will need the MAC address located at the bottom of the receiver. Please Note that you should disconnect all transmitters and receivers that are not being paired while using the paring utility.
Q:Does this equipment emit a wireless signal into which you have to connect the computer or does it connect to an existing wireless network? If it emits a signal, can it be connected to a network so that it has Internet access?
A:No. It uses UWB technology to wirelessly send a video signal from the USB port to the VGA and audio output on the receiver. This product does not allow internet access nor does it use the ethernet protocols.