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Tripp Lite USB C to VGA Video Adapter Converter1080p, M/F, USB Type C to VGA, USB-C to VGA, USB Type-C to VGA 6in Item # 420401
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The U444-06N-VGA-AM USB 3.1 Gen 1 to VGA Alternate Mode Dual/Multi-Monitor External Video Graphics Card Adapter supports USB DisplayPort Alternate Mode for displaying video on a VGA monitor or projector via your computer, tablet, laptop or smartphone's USB-C port. It's an ideal tool for multitasking, viewing large spreadsheets, editing documents, giving presentations at trade shows and conferences, or playing games and watching movies on large screens. You can extend video from your primary display to another, duplicate the same video on both displays, or change the second display to your primary display. No external power supply is needed. Connect the adapter's USB-C male plug to the USB-C port on your smartphone, tablet, Ultrabook or computer. Then, connect the adapter's VGA female port to a monitor using a VGA cable (such as Tripp Lite's P502-Series) to see and hear full DisplayPort audio and video. The U444-06N-VGA-AM supports high-definition (HD) video resolutions up to 1920 x 1200 (@ 60 Hz), including 1080p, and data transfer rates up to 5 Gbps. It also supports 36-bit Deep Color (12 bits per channel) and VGA digital transfer rates of 6.75 Gbps (2.25 Gbps per channel). Compatible with USB-C devices that support USB DisplayPort Alternate Mode.
|brand name||Tripp Lite|
|Connector on First End||1 x USB Type C Male USB 3.1 Thunderbolt 3|
|Connector on Second End||1 x 15-pin HD-15 Female VGA|
|Device Supported||Smartphone; Chromebook; Projector; Monitor; Notebook; Tablet; MacBook; Video Device|
|material||Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) - Jacket; Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)|
|maximum data transfer rate||640 MB/s|
|Supported Resolution||1920 x 1080|
|warranty length||3-year limited|
|Weight (Approximate)||0.96 oz|
|What's Included||U444-06N-VGA-AM USB/VGA Video Cable; Quick Start Guide|
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Connect Your Laptop’s USB-C Port to a VGA Monitor Wherever You GoNewer tablets, laptops, Chromebooks, MacBook® notebooks and even desktop computers often have one or more USB-C™ (USB Type-C™) ports, but come equipped with few others. Tripp Lite’s USB-C to VGA External Video Adapter makes it possible to connect video sources that support USB DisplayPort Alternate Mode (Alt Mode) to your existing VGA monitor or projector. From a USB-C (or Thunderbolt™ 3) port on your device, you can:
Show the same video
on your laptop and a second monitor.
- Use a second
monitor as your primary screen.
- Extend video to a
- Share video in a conference room, classroom or auditorium setting.
Display High-Definition Video on a VGA MonitorConnect your VGA cable to the adapter and you’re ready to enjoy high-definition video. This adapter supports USB DisplayPort Alternate Mode and the following:
up to 1920 x 1200 at 60 Hz (including 1080p)
- 36-bit Deep Color
(12 bits per channel)
- VGA transfer rates
up to 6.75 Gbps (2.25 Gbps per channel)
- USB 3.1 Gen 1 data transfer rates up to 5 Gbps
Take Advantage of Easy USB-C ConnectionUnlike traditional USB connectors that can be attached only one way, USB-C connectors are reversible by design. The adapter’s built-in USB-C cable plugs into your computer’s USB-C port in either direction, providing a fast and easy connection the first time, every time.
Simplify Travel with a Bus-Powered VGA AdapterThis adapter is bus-powered, so you don’t have to travel with the weight of a separate external power supply.
With a footprint
similar in size to a credit card, this adapter fits almost anywhere.
streamlined design doesn’t add weight to your load.
- Built-in cable
eliminates the chance of losing or forgetting the USB-C cord.
- Plug-and-play operation means you don’t need software or drivers.
- Use the USB-C port on a laptop or tablet to send video to a VGA monitor.
- Make a MacBook or Chromebook compatible with a VGA monitor to avoid costly upgrades.
- Connect to a large screen for meetings, presentations or trade shows.