Tripp Lite P566-015-VGA video cable adapter 181.1" (4.6 m) HDMI HD15 Black
The P566-015-VGA HDMI to VGA Active Converter Cable connects a computer, cable box, Blu-ray™ player or other HDMI source to the VGA port on a monitor, projector or television. This allows you to use your existing VGA display instead of investing time, effort and money into upgrading to a new HDMI display. The low-profile HD15 connector fits neatly into tight spaces without jamming between the monitor and wall or blocking nearby connections. Ideal for displaying video on a large monitor or digital sign, this 15-ft. (4.57 m) converter cable supports high-definition video resolutions up to 1920 x 1200 at 60 Hz. No software or drivers are required. If additional power is needed, connect a USB cable (sold separately) between the cable's USB Micro-B port and a USB wall charger or computer port. Foil and braid shielding delivers reliable, error-free signal quality and protection from EMI/RFI line noise that can distort or destroy data. The corrosion-resistant gold-plated HDMI connector and contacts provide maximum conductivity and minimize data loss. Integral strain relief gives the cable extra flexibility, reduces stress, and helps the cable and connectors move freely without cracking. Send High-Definition HDMI Video Signals to a VGA Display Connects HDMI source to a VGA monitor, projector or TV Ideal for displaying video on large monitor or digital sign Low-profile HD15 connector fits neatly into tight spaces Plug-and-play—no software or drivers necessary Vibrant, Superior Video Quality Supports HD video resolutions up to 1920 x 1200 @ 60 Hz Superior Materials for Superior Performance Foil and braid shielding for reliable protection from EMI/RFI line noise Gold-plated HDMI connector and contacts for maximum conductivity and minimum data loss Integral strain relief reduces stress and adds flexibility Impedance-matched twisted-pair construction reduces crosstalk and interference USB Micro-B port provided in case additional power is needed In certain applications, it is necessary to provide additional power to the adapter by using a Micro-USB cable to a USB wall charger. It is also suggested to manually set the same Refresh Rate and Resolution settings on your Source and VGA devices.