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.
Expand or duplicate a DisplayPort signal over two HDMI displays
Supports a maximum resolution of 3840x2160@30Hz in splitter mode
Open applications on separate displays or expanded across multiple monitors
Supports HDMI cable lengths upt to 5m
2 year warranty
The Lindy Mini DisplayPort to Dual HDMI Converter connects a Mini DisplayPort to two HDMI displays or projectors. The graphic card settings can be configured according to requirements, the same video output can be output on both displays (mirror mode), different video outputs can be used on both displays (extended mode) and a single video output can be shown across both displays (expanded mode). In expanded mode, the maximum resolution is 7680x2160. It requires a DisplayPort 1.2 graphics card with MST support and Dual Mode DP++ function. If only a single display is connected to this converter, the maximum resolution is 3840x2160@60Hz.
No external power supply is needed, the adapter is powered by the Mini Displayport port. Please note that this converter is not compatible with Apple devices e.g. iMacs and Mac Pros.
AV Interface: Mini DisplayPort to 2 x HDMI
Interface Standard: DisplayPort 1.2 / HDMI 1.4a
Supported Bandwidth: 21.6Gbps
Maximum Input Resolution: 3840x2160@60Hz
Maximum Output Resolution:
3840x2160@30Hz each monitor
7680x2160 (expanded mode)
3840x2160@60Hz (if only one screen is connected)
HDCP Support: HDCP 1.3
Supported Audio: -
Separate Audio Ports: -
Special Features: Supports DP++, SST and MST modes