Scan code: LN126459 Manufacturer code: CAC-1611

Club 3D USB Gen1 Type-C/-A to Dual HDMI Adapter

Club 3D CSV-1611 USB 3.2 Gen1 Gen1 Type-C/-A to 1x HDMI(4K/30Hz) / 1x VGA AdapterVGA (1080/60Hz), 5Gbps Data, Black

Scan code: LN126459 Manufacturer code: CAC-1611
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Product Overview

Club 3D CSV-1611 USB Gen1 Type-C/-A to Dual HDMI

The Club 3D CSV-1611 USB Gen1 Type-C/-A to Dual HDMI™ (4K/30Hz) and VGA (1080/60Hz) adapter is a Dual Display adapter which provides most advanced, efficient solution to extend a single USB Type-C or Type-A port to HDMI™ and VGA displays. It supports single HDMI™ 4K/30Hz and VGA 1080P/60Hz or dual 4K/30Hz + VGA 1080P/60Hz simultaneous output of different videos. It can work on USB Mode and DP Alt mode supported Type-C and USB-A host. Dual Video output on MacBook with M1. Support USB Gen1 with max 5Gbps data transmission. The unit is powered thru the USB Type-A or Type-C host connection. No external power needed.

Features


• Works with both USB Gen1 Type-A or Type-C input.
• No external power needed.
• Support USB mode.
• Support USB Gen1 with max 5Gbps data transmission.
• Dual output on MacBook with M1.
• Support HDMI™ max [email protected] output.
• Support output pixel format RGB/YCbCr4:2:2/YCbCr4:2:0.
• Support VGA max [email protected] output.
• Support output dual [email protected] + [email protected] simultaneously under MST mode.
• Support 8bit color depth output.
• Support HDCP1.4.

Specifications
Interface USB
Connectivity 1 x HDMI
Additional Information
Scan Code LN126459
Model Number CAC-1611
GTIN 8719214472429
Warranty

Please note your statutory rights are not affected.

For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions

Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
24 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Club3D
Telephone:
0871 474747
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