HDMI to VGA adapter Cable 1080P 1.8m
- The cable is ideal for transmitting and converting digital signal from HDMI devices (Nintendo Switch, Notebook, PC, Laptop, DVD player, Roku, Chromebook, Chromecast, Amazon fire TV, PS3, TV box etc) to analog signal VGA devices(TV, Projector, Monitor etc). Please NOTE: This Cable is only for HDMI to VGA, not work for VGA to HDMI. Don’t support Mac, Macbook, Mac Pro, Mac Mini and Apple series product,Dell Touch screen, Sony PS4 and Blue Player .
- Support HDMI input resolution up to 1920 x 1080 (60Hz). HDMI input format: 480i/ 576i/ 480p/ 576p/ 720p/ 1080i/ 1080p/ 60HZ; VGA output format: 480i/ 576i/ 480p/ 576p/ 720p/ 1080i/ 1080p/ 60HZ. Support HDMI 1.1/ 1.2/ 1.3/1.4, HDCP 1.0/ 1.1/ 1.2/1.3. Please NOTE: VGA does not support Audio.
- This HDMI to VGA Converter Cable has an Built-in Active IC Chip, it can convert digital HDMI signal to analog VGA signal directly, no external converter needed, just plug and play.
|Part number STC-NN012
|Adapter Style Cable
Converter Type Format Converter
|Maximum Digital Resolutions 1920×1080P 60HZ
Wide Screen Supported Yes
|Connector A 1 -HDMI (19 pin) Male Input
Connector B 1 -VGA (15 pin, High Density D-Sub) Male Output
|Humidity < 85% non-condensing
Operating Temperature 0°C to 50°C (32°F to 122°F)
Storage Temperature -10°C to 75°C (14°F to 167°F)
|Products Length 6 ft [1.8m]
Enclosure Type Plastic
Product Weight 1.6 oz [44 g]
|Package Quantity 1Shipping (Package)
Weight 2.3 oz [66 g]
|What’s in the Box|
HDMI to VGA adapter Cable 1080P 1.8m
HDMI to VGA adapter Cable 1.8m
The STC-NN012 HDMI to VGA adapter Cable 1080P 1.8m Support ONLY one-way signal transmit and convert from HDMI to VGA, it is not reversible from VGA to HDMI. Because the inside cable chipset requires sufficient power from output HDMI port. We have tested this converter cable with most of the devices, it is not for use with Apple Mac systems and Blu-ray players. NOT compatible with all Apple devices [ Macbook Etc], Sony Devices [PS4] and Blu-ray players.
The HDMI to VGA Converter cable
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“The cord works and the support info in the product description solved my issue. It didnt work for my super snes bc the snes did not supply enough power. However, Xbox, Switch and PS4 do in fact provide enough power to display an image. PCs do to! I love the price and will be testing this out to a further extent soon.”
“I bought this only to find it was wrong for my equipment (my fault, not this item’s), so I am donating it to a place that I hope can give it a happy home.”
“Just what I needed to be able to add a monitor to my laptop for added screen space to work.”
“Great product. I’ve been using it for a little over a month now, and it definitely gets the job done. I use it to add a second display to my HP laptop. There is a little bit of flickering, but it’s only noticeable on certain windows or areas of the screen. For example, the icons in the notification area on my Windows taskbar (bottom right of the screen) flicker a little bit. It’s not a big deal, though, because the majority of time I don’t notice any flickering. I don’t know if it’s because of the product itself, my monitor, or simply the nature of converting HDMI to VGA signal.”
“That headline is no joke. I got 2 old monitors (Dell and Viewsonic, both older 17″ 4×3 aspect ratio) from a crackhead for $10, and this cable works with the VGA connection on both of them. Of course I can only use one at a time, but I needed an extra while gaming/multitasking. My main monitor is an Acer KN242HYL and I use the Viewsonic (oddly enough, the refresh rate is 75hz) as the chat/system monitor. They both work just fine with my ASUS 1060 3GB. Don’t let the bad reviews fool you…either people don’t know what they’re doing or they don’t understand what HDMI to VGA means. The HDMI goes from the GPU to the VGA input on the monitor. I’m not sure why anyone would be confused by that. Anyway, the cable is thicc, heavy and feels like it’s good quality. I’ve been using it since the beginning of May with no problems. If you happen to have a crackhead in your neighborhood selling old monitors on the cheap, pick one of these cables up. I should note that I also had to buy a power cable (same cable you’d use for a TV) because apparently he just stole the monitors without thinking about how to plug them in, but it was less than $10, so that’s okay with me. In the end, I spent about $30 for 2 monitors and everything needed to connect 1 of them at a time. Not bad.”