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For destinations within the European Union (EU), delivery will usually be made within two to five working days of despatch, depending on service and country.
Orders received and accepted before 3.00pm (CET) will be despatched on the same working day, subject to availability.
We offer fixed rate delivery costs to most mainland EU countries. The delivery costs to each country are shown in the table below.
If the country you require is not in the list or if you are a Business (Trade) account holder, please contact us, and we will calculate the delivery cost for you.
Split your Mini DisplayPort signal over 2 HDMI monitors
Open applications on separate displays or expanded across multiple monitors
Compatible with DisplayPort 1.2, MST, AMD Eyefinity, NVIDIA Surround and Intel Collage mode
2 year warranty
This Mini DisplayPort adapter allows you to connect two monitors to one Mini DP port. It requires a DisplayPort 1.2 graphics card with MST support and Dual Mode DP++ function. The graphic card settings can be configured to show an extended desktop or duplicate the desktop to the second monitor.
No external power supply is needed: the adapter is powered by the signal source through the MiniDisplay Port socket.
It is possible to connect the adapter to a DisplayPort source using an adapter like the No. 41089
Mini DP to 2 x HDMI Splitter
DisplayPort 1.2 and HDCP and DPCP compliant
The monitors should support the same resolution
Supports resolutions up to 3840 x 1200
Maximum resolution in splitter mode: 1920x1200
Maximum resolution in expander mode: 3840x1200 over 2 displays @ 1920 x 1200 each
Supports: DP++, SST & MST modes
Max cables lenght: 5m
Audio transmission and 3D is not supported
No additional software or drivers are required to install these adapters – everything is managed via the graphic card settings