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Application Guide: Adapting HDMI cables for DP, USB, VGA & other video formats

Application Guide: Adapting HDMI cables for DP, USB, VGA & other video formats

Displays and projectors almost always feature HDMI inputs; however, laptops, tablets and phones are migrating to smaller connection formats such as mini-DisplayPort, USB-C, micro-HDMI and mini-HDMI. Even older devices rely on standard DisplayPort, VGA and DVI. 

This wide variety can wreak havoc on meeting rooms, classrooms, auditoriums and other presentation spaces. Adapters are almost always required and they are easily lost or forgotten, leaving the presenter with an incompatible connection, a late meeting or a botched presentation. 

TechLogix Share-Me™ Presenter Cables and HDMI Adapter Rings ensure you always have the right adapter on hand. A secure ring locks your adapters directly onto an HDMI cable, ensuring they stay put and your meetings and presentations start on time.

 

 Example SMPC Presentation Cable

 

Finished presentation cables feature a 6 foot HDMI cable with pre-attached HDMI adapters, including solutions for converting USB-C, DisplayPort, mini-DisplayPort, micro-HDMI, mini-HDMI, DVI and Apple Lightning (quantity and format of adapters vary by TL-SMPC model).

HDMI adapter rings arrive without an HDMI cable, allowing you to attach the ring and adapters to any cable make, model and length. 

 

HDMI adapter ring
 SMPC Presentation Cable Components

 

SMPC product is available in stock, pre-built configurations and custom configurations. View more online: 

Pre-built, stock HDMI adapter ring options: https://www.tlnetworx.com/collections/smpc

Custom HDMI adapter ring builder: https://www.tlnetworx.com/pages/smpc-design-form

 

Download HDMI Adapter Ring Brochure

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