ROLINE Type C - DisplayPort Cable, M/M, 2 m

ROLINE Type C - DisplayPort Cable, M/M, 2 m

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Item no. 11.04.5846-10
Brand / Manufacturer ROLINE
Manuf. no. 11.04.5846
EAN 7611990945863
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Description

Connect your Macbook, Ultrabook, Notebook/Laptop or PC with USB Type C connector to a DisplayPort monitor or projector with DP - with a maximum resolution of 3840x2160 @60Hz!

  • USB 3.1 Type C to DisplayPort cable for Macbook, Ultrabook, Notebook/Laptop or PC
  • This adapter allows you to mirror or extend the display of your device to any DisplayPort enabled monitor or projector
  • Portable design
  • No power adapter required
  • Connectors: DisplayPort Female and Type C Male
  • Cable length: 2 m
  • DisplayPort Version 1.2 allows increased resolutions, higher refresh rates, and greater color depth
  • Compliant DP v1.2 (max. 4096 x 2560 @60Hz)

Remark: Support of "Alternate Mode (DP Alt Mode)" required

Specifications

Manufacturer ROLINE
Product group Adapters, Terminators, Converters
Product type USB-DisplayPort Adapter
Colour black
Length 2 m
Max. resolution 3840 x 2160 @60Hz (4K, UHD-1)
Side 1 connection (PC) Typ C Male
Side 2 connection (Peripherals) DisplayPort Male
Side 1 Connector Type USB Type C (USB-C)
Side 1 Connector Gender Male
Side 2 Connector Type DisplayPort
Side 2 Connector Gender Male
Area of application External
Technical particularity DisplayPort Version 1.2
Weight 75.2 g
Height of packaging (single piece) 10 mm
Width of packaging (single piece) 140 mm
Depth of packaging (single piece) 140 mm
Package weight (single piece) 0.086 kg

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