Tripp Lite Adds B121-000 DisplayPort Signal Extender
The Chicago-based company says the product can transmit DisplayPort 1920x1080 (60Hz) signals as far as 150 feet.

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Tripp Lite says its new B121-000 DisplayPort Signal Extender incorporates built-in equalization to ensure image quality over long distances.
February 13, 2013 By CI Staff

Besides HDMI the one digital format that is growing within the market is DisplayPort and recently the Chicago-based company Tripp Lite added a DisplayPort product to its line of signal transmission solutions.

The Skinny: Tripp Lite says this latest product augments the company’s line of DisplayPort products by providing electronics professionals a solution that can be used in a variety of situations.

The Specs: The new B121-000 DisplayPort Signal Extender is capable of transmitting DisplayPort signals as far as 150 feet, and the company says the unit incorporates built-in equalization to maintain signal quality over long distances. Tripp Lite also says the extender supports resolutions up to 1920x1080 at 60Hz, and the plug-and-play device is HDCP compliant. The Chicago company adds the B121-000 DisplayPort Signal Extender includes two LEDs for real time status feedback, and the unit complies with RoHS standards and the Federal Trade Agreement Act (TAA) for GSA Schedule purchases.

Solutions: The B121-000 DisplayPort Extender can be used for many DisplayPort based video installations, including digital signage installations.

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