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Tripp Lite P516-001
- Factory Sealed 17 Left
• Brand new
• Original manufacturer packaging
• Full manufacturer warranty
- Factory Sealed products are new, in original manufacturer packaging, and carry a manufacturer warranty.
- New - Open Box 3 Left
• Original manufacturer condition
• Includes accessories
• Manufacturer warranty
- New - Open Box products are in original manufacturer condition, include accessories, and carry the manufacturer warranty.
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Tripp Lite P516-001 1 foot VGA/XVGA Monitor Y Splitter cable provides an inexpensive alternative for splitting the video signal from your PCs VGA port to two monitors (up to 800 x 600) that use standard 15-pin plugs. Perfect for laptops to display on a separate, larger monitor. Use for short distance applications only. For higher resolution monitors, use P516-001-HR. For applications that require longer distances and highest resolution, see Tripp Lite B114-002-R, powered 2-Port Splitter, or, B114-004-R, powered 4-Port Splitter.
Tripp Lite P516-001 Video Cable
|Connector on First End|
2 x 15-pin HD-15 Female
|Connector on Second End|
1 x 15-pin HD-15 Male
|Number of Ways|
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