Connect a 4K enabled device with a DisplayPort output to any display with a HDMI input that supports resolutions up to 4K
• Active Conversion of DisplayPort to HDMI • Supports resolutions up to 4K (4096 x 2160 at 30Hz) • Dongle style adapter reduces strain on ports
(1) DisplayPort Male
(1) HDMI Female
This adapter allows the DisplayPort™ video output of a laptop to connect to the HDMI® input of a display and is perfect for applications including displaying video on an HDTV, projector, or monitor in a classroom, on a desktop, or in a meeting room. This active DisplayPort to HDMI active adapter can be used in either DisplayPort single-mode or dual-mode outputs , providing the conversion for a DisplayPort source even when that source does not support DP++. Active DisplayPort conversion is excellent for applications where multiple DisplayPort adapters are required to connect to a single graphics card. This allows every active adapter to interface with a corresponding display.
On The Go Enhanced Be prepared for any meeting, presentation, or event with the full confidence that you have the right connection in an ultra-compact design. The DisplayPort to HDMI adapter can connect a DisplayPort equipped laptop or tablet to a projector, monitor, or HDTV with a HDMI input port. The compact design of this adapter converter makes it a perfect fit for BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) applications in education or corporate environments.
Straightforward Install This simple plug and play adapter converter does not require drivers for install and the device is powered through DisplayPort bus power, so no additional power adapters are needed.
Port Protection The dongle-style adapter converter reduces strain on the video port. The cable between the DisplayPort connection and the adapter converter provides strain relief that protects the port from strain damage as cords are moved.
Electrical Specifications • Voltage Rating: 30V • Conductor Resistance: at 20°C max 30AWG 376.96Ω/km • Insulation Resistance: 10M-KM Min at 20°C DC 500V(EIA-364-21) • Dielectric Strength: AC 500V/1 minute no breakdown(EIA-364-20) • Impedance: Pairs (differential mode) 100±50Ω • Attenuation (Max): 5.02dB at 100~450MHz; 7.695dB at 1GHz; 12.595dB at 2GHz; 17.495dB at 3GHz; 22.395dB at 4GHZ; 27.295dB at 5GHz; 32.195dB at 6GHz; 37.095dB at 7GHz • Return Loss (Min): 15.00 at 100~675MHz; 12.90 at 7GHz; 9.20 at 2GHz; 7.04 at 3GHz; 5.5 at 4GHz; 4.31 at 5GHz; 3.33 at 6GHz; 2.51 at 7GHz • NEXT (MAX): -36dB at 0.1~1.35GHZ; -23.44dB at 2GHz; -20.80dB at 3 GHz; -18.93dB at 4GHz; -17.48dB at 5GHz; -16.29dB at 6GHz; -15.28dB at7GHz • FEXT: -26dB / Cable at 100~7000MHz (Max)
Rated 5 out of 5 by gadget girl from Who knew....you needed a high speed HDMI cable to use a 4K TV as a monitor? I got a 65" 4K tv to use as a monitor and thanks to the chat at C2G I was able to get this adapter and the right cable. It's not cheap, but the technology is pretty specialized, and it's worth it to make everything work.
Can this 54306 adapter work at 2560 x 1440 60hz with a DP 1.2 non DP+ computer output which is connected to a 2560 x 1440 60hz hdmi monitor?
Asked by: Roland
Yes, it would be able to handle 2K at 6ohz.
Answered by: Thomas
Date published: 2020-11-13
Does this also allow for audio to be transmitted?
Asked by: m.c.
Yes, it supports audio and video.
Answered by: Thomas
Date published: 2020-05-08
Has this product been tested and certified to work with the C2G HDMI fiber optic runner cables?
Asked by: doug
This has not been tested for compatibility with a fiber runner.
Answered by: Thomas
Date published: 2019-03-19
What is the maximum length HDMI cable that can be connected to this adapter?
Asked by: Sam1
The max length for HDMI is 50ft for just a cable, and an adapter would lessen that. It would depend on the type of cable being used, and the resolution being passed to be able to say for sure. I would recommend keeping it as short as possible and recommend using a high quality cable.