Monitor Splitters /Video Splitters

Maximum of visibility in all places: Replicate the dynamical display screen of a single computer on 2, 4, 8 or up to 100 LCD, TFT or plasma monitors

Video or monitor splitters enable you to show the contents of a single screen on several remote located monitors simultaneously. The transmission of video and/or audio signals can be performed with no quality loss from a central host computer to one, several or hundreds of monitors. In that way it is possible, for example, to present adverstising messages dynamically in audio-visual media directly at the POS (point-of-sale) or POI (point-of-information). Therefore this digital signage technology is very often used at train stations, airports, trade shows and shopping centres. Furthermore, monitor splitting solutions are very often employed at control stations, training and video conference rooms as well as in the area of industrial production.

Typically specifications of monitor splitter and VGA splitting solutions

  • Make video and audio signals from a single source audible and visible on several LCD, TFT or plasma monitors
  • Available standard versions: 2, 4 or 8 ports
  • Depending on model the video splitter supports a line splitter for signal distribution to up to 128 monitor screen
  • Support for VGA, SVGA, XVGA monitors up to a resolution of 1600 x 1200
  • Maximal resolution when using a micro splitter: up to 2700 x 1600
  • Video bandwidth: 400 MHz (standard versions), 1 GHz (micro splitter)
  • Model-dependent CATx support (max. distance between remotely located displays and computer up to 125m)
  • Standard video splitters support distances between monitors and local computer up to 100 m
  • VGA splitters support has simply be connected to the CPUs, the local monitor and each remote monitors up tp a distance of 100m
  • Software and operating system independent

Manufacturer and model-dependent vary

  • Video resolution
  • Number of connectable displays
  • Distance between remotely located displays and computer
  • Bandwidth during transmission