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Adapter 3 in 1 Mini DisplayPort (Thunderbolt) to HDMI / DVI / VGA

Details

• Mini Displayport to HDMI / DVI / VGA converter 
• Input signal: Mini DisplayPort v1.2 (Thunderbolt)
• Video Output: HDMI v1.4 / v1.0 DVI / VGA
• Ensures compatibility with virtually any monitor
• Connect a source mini-DisplayPort (Thunderbolt) to DVI Display, Display HDMI, VGA Display
• Compatible with Apple MacBook
• Allows you to maximize the portability on the road or in the office thanks to the compact and lightweight design
• Does not support multiple outputs simultaneously
• If you connect multiple outputs, the transmission priority will be:
1: DVI port
2: HDMI port
3: VGA port

Connections
• (1) Mini-DisplayPort 20-pin male (Thunderbolt)
• (1) DVI 24 + 1 Female
• (1) VGA 15 pin Female
• (1) HDMI Female

Specifications
• Mini DisplayPort v1.2 supports DP (connection speed 1.62 Gbps, 2.7 Gbps, 5.4 Gbps)
• VGA Maximum resolution supported: 1920x1200
• DVI supports 1080p, 720p
• HDMI supports 4K x 2K resolution, 1080p, 720p, HDMI and audio
• Plug and Play installation
• Color: White

Dimensions
• Length 85 mm
• Width 45 mm
• Height 15 mm
• Cable length: 150 mm

Package Contents
• Adapter cable Mini DP to HDMI / DVI / VGA

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Adapters for the Thunderbolt 3 or USB-C port on your Mac

Learn about different adapters for the Thunderbolt 3 or USB-C ports on your Mac.

The adapters and cables in this article work with these Mac computers:

  • Mac models introduced in 2016 or later with Thunderbolt 3 ports or Thunderbolt / USB 4 ports. These ports support both Thunderbolt 3 and USB-C connections.
  • Mac models introduced in 2015 or later with USB-C ports. These ports support USB-C connections.


  

To find the right cable or adapter for your Mac, check the connector on the end of the cable meant to plug into your computer.
  

 

Thunderbolt 3  Thunderbolt icon

If you're using a Thunderbolt 3 cable, such as the Apple Thunderbolt 3 Cable with your display or other device, it will connect to your Mac without an adapter.

The Apple Pro Display XDR and LG UltraFine 5K Display use Thunderbolt 3.

 

 

USB-C  USB icon

If you're using a USB-C cable, such as the mophie USB-C Cable with USB-C Connector with your device, it will connect to your Mac without an adapter. 

The LG UltraFine 4K Display uses USB-C.

 

Thunderbolt  Thunderbolt icon or Thunderbolt 2  Thunderbolt icon

If you're using a Thunderbolt or Thunderbolt 2 cable with your Apple Thunderbolt Display or other device, use the Apple Thunderbolt 3 to Thunderbolt 2 Adapter. 

Thunderbolt and Thunderbolt 2 are not the same as Mini DisplayPort Mini DisplayPort icon. They have the same shape, but use different symbols on the cable and port.

 

Mini DisplayPort  Mini DisplayPort icon

If you're using a Mini DisplayPort cable with your display, use a USB-C to Mini DisplayPort cable, such as the mophie USB-C Cable with Mini DisplayPort Connector. Check with its manufacturer for compatibility with your Mac and display model.

Mini DisplayPort is not the same as Thunderbolt or Thunderbolt 2 Thunderbolt icon. They have the same shape, but use different symbols on the cable and port.

DisplayPort

If you're using a DisplayPort cable with your display, use a USB-C to DisplayPort adapter or cable.

 

DVI

If you're using a DVI cable with your display, use a USB-C to DVI adapter or cable. Check with its manufacturer for compatibility with your Mac and display model.

 

 

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DigiMart Mini Display Port to HDMI Adapter (ThunderBolt) 0.2 m HDMI Cable  (Compatible with apple laptop, Macbook, Computer, White, One Cable)

MINI DP TO HDMI for macbook,Cablesson Mini DisplayPort to HDMI cable is a licensable compact audio/video connector interface for transmitting uncompressed digital streams. HDMI connects DRM-enforcing digital audio/video sources such as a set-top box, an HD DVD disc player, a Blu-ray Disc player, a personal computer, a video game console, or an AV receiver to a compatible digital audio device and/or video monitor such as a digital television (DTV). HDMI began to appear in 2006 on consumer HDTV camcorders and high-end digital still cameras. signal format converter seamlessly connect next generation DisplayPort based MacBook, MacBook Pro, or MacBook Air with a Mini DisplayPort to high definition displays. Mini DisplayPort offers a unified, scalable, and cost effective interface for embedded and external display applications. It not only has an elegant appearance with the white color but also brings much convenience with its small size. The mini displayport to hdmi cable offers solutions for digital entertainment center, HDTV retail and show site, HDTV, STB, DVD and Projector factory, noise space and security concerns, data center control, information distribution, conference room presentation, school and corporate training environments. Specifications Support Mini DisplayPort 1.1a input and HDMI 1.3b output. Support HDMI highest video resolution 1080p. Support HDMI 225MHz/2.25 Gbps per channel (6.75Gbps all channel) bandwidth. Support HDMI 12bit per channel (36bit all channel) deep colour. support uncompressed audio such as LPCM. Support compressed audio such as DTS Digital, Dolby Digital (including DTS-HD and Dolby True HD) Powered from Mini DisplayPort source. Compliant with RoHS, CE, and FCC regulations. Note: The mini displayport to hdmi adapter is a new improved design this unit will carry sound for the new MacBook Pro (Mid Apri 2010) Check apples site if the Mac will carry sound from Mini DisplayPort. (Enable HDMIAudio on your Mac)

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i-tec Thunderbolt 3 Dual HDMI Video Adapter

FAQ

Question: I have 2 external monitors with built-in speakers. When these monitors are connected to a docking station, both of them play the same sound. Can I set up which monitor will play the sound?

Answer: Unfortunately, it is not possible to select a monitor to play the sound. At this time, the only option is to turn it off directly in the monitor settings.

 

Question: When I close the laptop lid, the laptop turns off. Is it possible to prevent it?

Answer:

  • Windows has a special setting which controls what the laptop should do in case of closing the lid. This setting needs to be changed. Right-click the Start button and select Power options. From the options on the right, select Other power settings. A new window opens, and here from the left menu, select Choose what closing the lid does / When I Close the Lid and select Do nothing.
  • In macOS there are 4 conditions to be met to avoid turning off the MacBook. The MacBook needs to be connected to the power supply, an external keyboard, mouse, and monitor must be connected. Then you can close the MacBook lid and work with an external monitor only.

 

Question: I cannot set a 4K 60Hz resolution on the monitor.

Answer: First, please make sure that both the docking station / video adapter and the monitor can handle this resolution. Also, make sure that:

  • In case of connecting via HDMI your HDMI cable supports 4K 60Hz. This is supported only by the HDMI cables version 2.0 and later. Some monitors / televisions may also have an option in the settings which needs to be turned on.
  • In case of connecting via DisplayPort your cable supports 4K 60Hz. This is supported only by the DP cables version 1.2 and later. Also, be sure that in the settings of your monitor is selected the setting DP 1.2. In case you don’t know where to find it please refer to the manual for your monitor.

 

Question: Can the monitor connected via the docking station use the graphics technology from nVidia/AMD/Intel? E.g. G-sync, or FreeSync.

Answer: The docking station cannot use the graphics technologies from nVidia/AMD/Intel.

 

Question: Is it possible to set the frame rate to 120 Hz (144 Hz etc.) with the docking station / video adapter?

Answer: This is not possible. The docking station can handle maximum 60 Hz.

 

Question: Is it possible to connect a touchscreen monitor?

Answer: This is possible, but in this case i-tec Technologies cannot provide technical support because it is the technology of the monitor manufacturer.

 

Question: The image on the connected monitor flickers.

Answer: Please try a better HDMI/DisplayPort cable, this can solve your problem.

 

Question: Can I use a reduction to convert the signal from DVI/HDMI to DisplayPort?

Answer: Signal conversion from HDMI to DisplayPort is possible, but only in case of using the active (powered) adapter.  In any case, a passive (non-powered) cable/adapter cannot be used. The passive cables/adapters can only convert the DisplayPort signal to HDMI.

 

Question: The docking station/graphics adapter will not connect at all and nothing works.
Answer: Please verify that your docking station is connected to the Thunderbolt3 port.

You can easily recognize this port by the lightning symbol .

 

Question The external monitor will not wake up after waking up my laptop.
Answer Try changing the monitor’s input setting from AUTO to a fixed monitor input.
If, after a long time, the automatic search for the active port does not find any input,
then the monitor may sleep so that it fails to respond to the signal from the docking station port.

 

Question: Does this docking station/video adapter support an audio signal transfer over HDMI or DP?
Answer: Yes, if your monitor (projector) has integrated speakers, it is possible to transfer the audio signals via HDMI or DP cable. In your OS settings, however, you must change your default audio playback device.

 

Question: In my TB3 docking station is working only one video output. Where can be a problem?
Answer: Some manufacturers use a limited power Thunderbolt3 port on selected models of their Laptops / tablets (like Huawei Matebook X Pro, ACER Aspire R13 or Asus ROG GL502VM).  Specifically, it concerns a reduced total rate of 20 Gbps and a maximum of 1 video output support (whereas Thunderbolt3 industry standard is a rate of 40 Gbps and a support of 2 external monitors).

Therefore, an output to a single monitor is not a docking station failure, it is an insufficient (limited) TB3 port performance in your laptop or tablet (the problem is in the TB3 port hardware and can’t be remedied).

Before purchasing any Thunderbolt3 accessories, we recommend to check the TB3 port parameters of your laptop or tablet.

 

Question: When I connect a docking station to my Mac, the message “Cannot use Thunderbolt accessory: connect the device to the Thunderbolt port on this Mac” will appear.
What could be the cause?
Answer: This message may be caused by using a wrong cable.

Please check whether you use a Thunderbolt3 cable (marked at both ends by a flash symbol) and not a common USB-C cable which looks almost the same. Please use only the supplied Thunderbolt3 cables.

For example, this message may also appear when using a TB3 device with a USB-C hub or docking station with only a USB-C (and not Thunderbolt3) output.

 

Question: Only video outputs are working when my docking station is connected to my laptop.
Nothing else works. Why?
Answer: In the case of Thunderbolt docking stations and Windows system, it is first necessary to enable the docking station in the Thunderbolt device manager. You will find this manager next to the clock as a small flash icon.

 

Question: The image on the screen connected via the docking station flashes.
Answer: If you experience this issue, you may only have an improper setting of the monitor refresh rate. If you have setting of 59 Hz, please set to 60 Hz.

 

Question: May I use this device in Linux?
Response: Yes, the docking station supports Linux. Please make sure that your distribution is up to date. The docking station uses drivers, which are a part of the OS – the drivers should already be integrated in all current distributions. Unfortunately, because of the large volume of distributions it is not possible to test all of them.

If you aren’t certain, please contact our technical support staff: [email protected]

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Hdmi to thunderbolt connector

Apple Thunderbolt To Hdmi

Get Big Screen Entertainment with an Apple Thunderbolt to HDMI Adapter

If you stream a lot of movies or video on your laptop or computer, you may find that there are times when you want to be able to share it with friends on a larger screen. If you would rather display media on a TV, projector, or larger external monitor, an Apple Thunderbolt to HDMI adapter is still a quick and easy way to do it. There are lots of affordable models to choose from on eBay, making your entertainment hardware more flexible than ever.

Why do you need Apple Thunderbolt to HDMI?

Most TVs and projectors do not have ports that are compatible with an Apple laptop or computer, and most Apple computers do not have HDMI out ports. Instead, some Apple computers have a Mini DisplayPort which can be used to connect to HDMI devices like televisions as well as to secondary monitors. Newer versions of the Mini DisplayPort are Thunderbolt enabled, which means they are faster. The newest version of Thunderbolt, Thunderbolt 3, uses a USB-C port instead of the older Mini DisplayPort.

What sort of Apple Thunderbolt to HDMI adapters are there?

There are a few different kinds so you need to know which version of Thunderbolt you have, and also whether you are likely to need to use the adapter for anything else. Models can come with:

  • Ports for DVI and VGA.
  • A cable with an HDMI plug on one end, and a Mini DisplayPort plug on the other.
  • A single Mini DisplayPort plug.
  • A USB-C plug for Thunderbolt 3.
Is Thunderbolt the same as Mini DisplayPort?

Thunderbolt 1 and 2 use the same connector and the same port as Mini DisplayPort, but they are much faster. Thunderbolt also carries sound, which older versions of Mini DisplayPort do not. Thunderbolt 3 uses a USB-C port instead of the Mini DisplayPort, so make sure you know which version of Thunderbolt you are using before you buy an adapter.

Does your computer need to have a Thunderbolt port?

It must have a Mini DisplayPort capable of transferring Thunderbolt, or a USB-C port if you have Thunderbolt 3. Most Apple computers and laptops made after 2011 have Thunderbolt enabled Mini DisplayPorts. If youre not sure, look at the ports on your computer. If you see one with a lightning bolt next to it, it is Thunderbolt-enabled.

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Connect to HDMI from your Mac

Mac computers can use an HDMI cable or adapter to connect to an HDTV, display, or other HDMI device.

       

Mac computers that have any of the following ports can connect to HDMI devices. Learn how to identify the ports on your Mac.

Mac computers that have an HDMI port comply with HDMI 1.4b and support:

  • At least 1080p video over HDMI, and some Mac models support higher resolutions when connecting to 4K displays, 5K displays, and Ultra HD TVs
  • 8-channel/24-bit audio at 192kHz, Dolby Surround 5.1, and traditional stereo
  • HDCP-encrypted playback from iTunes and QuickTime Player (version 10). Safari in macOS Sierra or later also supports HDCP-encrypted playback, if the web page is HTML5-enabled and the content is FairPlay Streaming-enabled and delivered using Media Source Extensions or HTTP Live Streaming.

If using an adapter, check the specifications of the adapter to learn about supported resolutions and other details. 

After making the connection

If your Mac doesn't recognize your HDTV, display, or other HDMI device after making the connection:

  1. Turn off the HDMI device while your Mac is turned on. 
  2. Unplug the HDMI cable from your Mac, then plug it in again.
  3. Turn on the HDMI device.

If the video on your HDTV or display extends beyond the borders of the screen, open Displays preferences and adjust the Underscan slider for a better fit. Use any of these methods to open Displays preferences:

  • Choose Apple () menu > System Preferences, then click Displays.
  • Press Shift-Command-A to open the Applications folder. Then double-click System Preferences, then click Displays.
  • If your keyboard has brightness controls, press Option–Brightness Up or Option–Brightness Down.


If your HDMI device isn't receiving audio from your Mac:

  • Choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Sound. In the Output pane, make sure that your HDMI device is selected.
  • If you're connecting using a Mini DisplayPort adapter, make sure that your Mac can send audio over Mini DisplayPort.
  • If you're connecting from a Mac mini, unplug any audio device that is plugged into your computer's Audio-Out port.

If your Mac goes to sleep while a video is playing or paused, you might see an HDCP error. Quit the app that is playing the video, then open the app again. If the issue continues, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Energy Saver and adjust the settings so that your display doesn't turn off.

Learn more

  • If your Mac has an HDMI port, you can use the Apple HDMI to DVI Adapter to connect to a DVI display.
  • Mac computers don't support using CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) to control HDMI devices.

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  • Peak performance with Thunderbolt 3´s 40Gbps bandwidth
  • Compatible with Thunderbolt 3 equipped Windows and Mac computers
  • 2 year warranty

 

The Lindy Thunderbolt 3 to Dual HDMI Converter allows to run resource intensive applications on two 4K 60Hz HDMI displays through a single Thunderbolt 3 port of your PC or Mac. Only Thunderbolt 3 with its incredible bandwidth of 40Gbps allows one 5K or two 4K 60Hz displays simultaneously while outputting video and audio signal at the same time. It is an essential tool for professional creatives to streamline their workflows, no matter whether for photo and video editing, rendering in real-time, 3D graphics, virtual reality or computer-aided design. Thunderbolt 3 helps to avoid bottlenecks for demanding work in general.

 

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