Club 3D 4K/Ultra HD USB Type C to mDP 1.2 and PD 60Watt Adapter
CAC-1509 - The Club 3D CAC-1509 is a DisplayPort™ signal converter. The USB 3.1 Type C to Mini DisplayPort 1.2 and PD 60W Adapter is the easiest solution for connecting your USB 3.1 Type C source device featuring DisplayPort™ Alternate Mode to a Mini DisplayPort™ 1.2 enabled Ultra High Definition Monitor, Television or Projector. The DisplayPort™ adapter is compact and highly portable. Powered by the USB C port, the adapter requires no external power and is ideal for use with the latest notebooks and Ultrabooks.
Supports up to 4K UHD Resolution at 60Hz
The USB 3.1 Type C to Mini DisplayPort™ 1.2 and PD 60W Adapter supports UHD resolutions up to 4K UHD @ 60Hz for a clear, sharp picture. The support for 60 frames per second provides exceptionally smooth video.
The USB C female port can charge the host computer up to 60W (20V/3A).
It is compatible with new Apple Macbook Pro, Macbook, new Google Chromebook Pixel and other USB-C supported devices with support for DisplayPort™ Alternate Mode over USB C.
Please refer to your device's user manual to confirm the specification and functionality of the USB-C port. Features • Reversible USB Type-C connector.
• Compliant to VESA DisplayPort™ 1.2 Alternate Mode.
• Supports UHD resolutions up to 4096x2160p @ 60Hz.
• Supports 3D Video formats up to 1920x1080p @ 120Hz.
• Supports content protection, HDCP 2.2.
• USB Type C Female Charging Port, Upstream Power Delivery Up to 60W (20V/3A).
|Type||USB 3.1 to Mini DP Adapter Cable|
|Specification||USB 3.1 Type C to MiniDP Converter|
|Connector From||USB (C) Male|
|Connector To||Mini DP (Female) + USB Type C|
|Connector Features||Straight Connector|
|Cable Features||USB Powered|
|Total Weight||23 g|
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 24 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
- 0871 474747
Date Issued: 12th Sep 2017
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