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Self-powered DisplayPort-to-HDMI/DVI translators for dongle, embedded apps

Posted: 20 Dec 2010 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:DisplayPort? HDMI? DVI? translators? multi-output?

Integrated Device Technology Inc. (IDT) announced the VLX2000 and VMM1402 DisplayPort-to-HDMI or DVI translators targeted at tablet and multi-monitor applications. These IDT DisplayPort translators empower seamless translation of the DisplayPort 1.1a interface to HDMI or DVI.

The IDT VLX2000 translates one DisplayPort input to a single HDMI or DVI output, while the VMM1402 translates one DisplayPort input to two HDMI or DVI outputs. In contrast to traditional level shifter solutions, these translators do not require a dual-mode input source for operation, making them suitable for a wide range of applications. They may be used in a dongle, digital signage displays, or embedded in a motherboard, docking station, or video switch box.

Furthermore, these translators allow users with a DisplayPort-based notebook or desktop to utilize up to two HDMI- or DVI-based monitors or TVs, providing more options when choosing a compatible display. They are fully compliant with DisplayPort v1.1a, HDMI standard v1.3, VESA DDM Standard, HDCP v1.3 and EDID v1.4; and support Main Link rates of 2.7Gbps and 1.62Gbps from the source.

The IDT VLX2000 and VMM1402 are available in a 10x10mm 144-pin BGA package, priced at US$5.00 and US$6.00 in 10,000-unit quantities, respectively.

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