StarTech 三头多显示器适配器 Schwarz
- Connect three DisplayPort enabled monitors to your laptop or Ultrabook through a single DP output
- Compatible with DisplayPort 1.2 enabled devices such as computers with Radeon R Series & AMD Eyefinity graphics cards, and DP displays
- Updated chipset for added compatibility
- Display Port MST Hub / VESA & DisplayPort certified / MST Multi Stream Adapter / DisplayPort Hub
- Dock your DP laptop with a high resolution workstation that adds 3 additional displays to increase your productivity
ADD 3 DISPLAYPORT OUTPUT PORTS TO YOUR COMPUTER, THROUGH A SINGLE DISPLAYPORT OU
MST hub - DisplayPort to 3x DisplayPort
Increase productivity with multiple screens
The newest generations of computers are more portable than ever, which often means that you’re left with fewer video outputs and smaller integrated screens. This MST hub solves both of these problems by letting you connect three additional displays to your computer, which makes multitasking much easier.
Connect to any display
With the MST hub, you can use DisplayPort video adapters and cable adapters that enable you to connect HDMI, VGA or DVI displays. This ensures your MST hub will be compatible with virtually any television, monitor or projector.
Configure your displays for any environment
Using the MST hub, you can extend your desktop onto additional monitors and stream independent content to each display giving you the freedom to multitask and increase your productivity. You can also mirror the same image onto multiple displays for remote viewing applications such as digital signage.
Use this multi-stream transport hub to connect three DP monitors to a single DP 1.2 port
- Use one screen for reference data such as websites, while composing in another screen
- Dock your DP 1.2 device and add three high-resolution displays at your workstation
- Create a panoramic video wall for DisplayPort digital signage applications
- Edit images, video or audio clips across three displays in any orientation or resolution
- Perfect for spanning a spreadsheet/worksheet across all three displays, to avoid side-scrolling
- Enjoy the panoramic views built into games and display helpful codes/walk-through data on a third display, at the same time
Look for StarTech Branded Packaging to ensure you are getting a genuine StarTech product.
What's in the Box
1 - 3-Port Multi Monitor DisplayPort MST Hub
1 - Universal Power Adapter (NA/EU/UK/AUS)
1 - Instruction Manual
- Maximize your productivity by connecting up to three independent displays to your computer using the MST Hub
- Connect to almost any television, monitor or projector with the support of low-cost adapters
- Increase external video performance with support for resolutions up to 4K
- VESA and DisplayPort certified
- Compatible with DP1.2 Graphics cards such as AMD Eyefinity Technology & AMD Radeon
- Plug-and-play installation
- Newly engineered chipset for increased compatibility
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Will this hub work with any computer & graphics card?
A: This hub will only work with computers & graphics card that have support for DisplayPort 1.2 and MST. StarTech.com recommends checking the specifications of your graphics adapter to determine if you have support for DP1.2 and MST. When using a DisplayPort 1.1 video card the MST hub will act as splitter, automatically mirroring your video source across all displays (resolution limitations apply).
Q: Does the hub work with Apple OSX?
A: Currently Apple OSX does not support MST. Support may be added in the future, however, at this time these hubs will not work with Apple computers.
Q: Does the hub work with DisplayPort adapters?
A: StarTech.com MST hubs do work with active and passive DP adapters. Please note, when converting to VGA, we recommend using StarTech.com part number DP2VGA3. We have noticed some compatibility issues when connecting using DP2VGA2 with certain VGA monitors.
Q: How do I setup the monitors and resolution once I’ve attached the monitors to the MST hub?
A: Your monitors can be configured using the operating system settings on your computer. These settings can be accessed through the screen resolution section of Display in the Windows Control Panel.
Q: Will the hub work with three 4K monitors?
A: No, while MST does support 4K, bandwidth limitations of DP 1.2 prevent the MST hub from supporting three 4K monitors simultaneously. Three monitors can be added, however, your resolution must be within the bandwidth capacity of DP 1.2. Please visit this production on the Startech website, for a detailed DP 1.2 bandwidth chart.
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It supports DisplayPort1.2, so monitors can be daisy-chained together.
I used the hub to output video to 2 external monitors (ASUS VP278Q-P 27" monitors)
1) After half a month, the unit does get around 50degree Celsius. (It was too hot to touch until I let it sit for a few minutes)
2) As of last week, the DisplayPort1.2 hub stopped working for the right monitor, but continued to output video to the second monitor.
3) As of 3 days ago, the left monitor will not work with the hub (both monitors now don't work with the hub)
I am not sure if it is an Intel Graphics Driver issue or if the device is damaged internally due to the temperature change.
My guess is since the monitors did not drop out at the same time, I am leaning the cause is most likely the displayport hub instead of the software driver on my laptop
Do you have any recommendations as the seller? I do not have a way to diagnose the DisplayPort1.2 hub.
I included pictures of the Windows 10 settings where Windows can see the monitors, but the monitors are not able to be selected as a display output.
I also included the Device Manager view (it now thinks the monitors are 640x480 instead of normal monitor resolution). This picture has the Intel display driver as well.
I think connected it to a HP laptop that I have for work and it works great! I connected 2 22 inch dell monitors and a 40 inch LG tv just to see how it would work. Everything was crystal clear and worked perfect. 5 stars for StarTech.com and no stars for Apple since they don't support the capability of running multiple monitors through a single connection.
Anyway, after buying this, I managed to connect my 2 ASUS monitors using a DisplayPort -> HDMI cables. These cables were connected to this piece of Mini Display Port that I bought from Amazon and it's working well.
Now, when I bought this piece, I wanted to use it for my SP3 as well as for me MacBook Air. That being said, it did not work with MacBook Air which I have.
After doing a research, I found out there are few elements a person should research before buying or investing in such a piece.
1. Make sure your graphics card is capable of extending into few additional monitors and the resolution it can extend into to. (It was important for me to get the SP3 to extend at 1920*1080 on both 27" monitors. Without a graphics card that can do that, this piece may not be able to give achieve this.
2. Make sure your get the right cables. I got this piece and I overlooked the fact it is Mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort converter, I "assumed" it was to HDMI. Nonetheless, I managed to go to a local shot and instead of buying DisplayPort to HDMI converters, I invested in 2 DisplayPort to HDMI converters. Some of the cables I tried at the shop were faulty and hence after trying 5, we managed to find 2 that were working.
3. Finally, make sure the graphics card driver is up to date. Check the driver website of your monitor manufacture and download/install the latest drivers.
These are the main tips for configuring and troubleshooting:
1. Check your BIOS. Specially If you have a laptop with 2 VGA adapters, make sure the BIOS configuration is not an issue. I had to turn off certain features in order for it to work properly as the automated changes between intel and nvidia VGA cards created problems.
2. Disable you monitor autoselect source. If your monitors have multiple inputs (such as DisplayPort, DVI and HDMI), set the monitors to the "DisplayPort" source specifically, rather than "Auto Select".
These two simple changes made a world of difference in the behaviour of the hub, before those changes, occasionally, monitors would not wake from sleep and I lost count of the sum of hours I have spent power clycling the hub, the laptop and using the scan button on the hub.