ROLINE DVI Cable, DVI (18+1) - HDMI, M/M, black, 3 m

ROLINE DVI Cable, DVI (18+1) - HDMI, M/M, black, 3 m

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Item no. 11.04.5532-20
Brand / Manufacturer ROLINE
Manuf. no. 11.04.5532
EAN 7611990958290
Package weight 0.158 kg


ROLINE HDMI to DVI cable for connecting an ultrabook, notebook/laptop or PC to a monitor, TV or projector - for screen transmissions in excellent quality with a resolution of up to 1920x1080 @60Hz!

  • HDMI is a universal connection standard for the transmission of video and audio signals. Applications include mainly the connection of monitors and televisions to computers, BluRay players and similar devices.
  • The connector requires less space and is therefore more suitable for portable display devices (ultrabooks, notebooks/laptops) or for 2 connectors on a graphics card (on a slot plate).
  • High-quality, double-shielded cable (foil+braid) with gold-plated contacts for optimum transmission of image signals
  • Connectors: DVI-D (18+1) to HDMI


Manufacturer ROLINE
Product group Cable
Product type HDMI-DVI cable
Colour black
Length 3 m
Max. resolution 1920 x 1080 / 1920 x 1200 @60Hz (2K, Full HD)
side 1 connector DVI-D 18+1 Male
side 2 connector HDMI 19 Male
Side 1 Connector Type DVI-D 18+1, Single-Link
Side 1 Connector Gender Male
Side 2 Connector Type HDMI Type A
Side 2 Connector Gender Male
Area of application External
Cable shielding Screened
Hand locking screws partially
Technical particularity HDMI High Speed
Weight 157.9 g
Height of packaging (single piece) 30 mm
Width of packaging (single piece) 150 mm
Depth of packaging (single piece) 150 mm
Package weight (single piece) 0.158 kg


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