• HDMI|VGA|DVI Splitters|Extenders
  • February 18,2016
    There is no doubt that the manufacturer of your TV, DVD player or recorder, games console, PC or Sky HD box will supply the appropriate HDMI cables with your product. This means that you cannot experience the crystal-clear pictures which your new technology offers until you have purchased either HDMI Cable with Chip or a HDMI adapter. With just a quick browse of HDMI products it becomes obvious that this is not just a case of finding and adding it to your online shopping basket.   You will uncover a world of HDMI cables of varying prices and qualities, featuring phrases such as HDMI to HDMI, DVI Adapter Cable with Ethernet connections, mount cables, long length leads, flat leads, high speed leads and standard speed leads. And that’s before you even begin to understand what a HDMI wall plate, HDMI adapter, HDMI extender or HDMI splitter is. But what are all of these options, and what should you be looking for to connect your devices?   If you are looking to connect two HD-ready devices - a games console to a HDTV for example - HDMI cables provide the interconnection you require. HDMI to HDMI (sometimes called M to M) cables are for connecting two HDMI-enabled devices (eg. your PlayStation 3 to your HDTV). These are the most commonly required of all them, and are available in a large number of lengths and qualities. Cables such as HDMI to HDMI connectors encounter loss of signal strength through the wires, so it is important to choose a high quality wire if you want the picture quality to be as high as possible. You should also match your HDMI to HDMI cable to the resolution of your TV or monitor as a minimum.   You will see that your TV is given a resolution measurement, such as 480i, 720p, 1080i or 1080p. If you have a 720p TV for example, a HDMI to HDMI cable which suits from 480i to 1080p is definitely suitable, as would a cable with a minimum operating at a minimum of 720p to over 1080p. If you choose a High Speed USB Extension Cable which is not capable of carrying the resolution which you require, you will not be able to enjoy the full picture quality of which your device is capable. 1080p and beyond these are available with Ethernet, which allows for an internet connection and a high quality picture.   When considering purchasing a cable which can carry a resolution higher than your device, you should choose to update your technology in the future. Gold wire fittings and high speed cables allow for a higher level of picture quality, and if you are choosing a longer length cable (available up to 30m), ensure you choose an active cable, which is a form of signal booster to combat loss in signal through the length of the wire. You may need a HDMI adapter if one or both of your devices do not both have HDMI M port, for example, if your display device is a monitor with a DVI connector (these look bigger than HDMI ports). You can use a DVI to HDMI adapter to enable you to connect into it. Visit dtechelectronics to know more.

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  • February 03,2016
    With USB extension cables so affordable that it's a wonder why there aren’t more people buying them since they're so useful. Think of a time you had to do something on your computer that could have been easier with an USB Extension Cable. Maybe it was a time at home when you had to print something but you had to carry your printer over to you personal computer to do so.   It seems that whenever you buy a peripheral such as a scanner or printer it comes with a USB cable that is too short. Most devices come equipped with a cable that is merely a few feet long which makes it rather restrictive when connecting devices to your computer. It also means that you have a rather cluttered desk with most of your devices needing to be close by.   You can buy High Speed USB Cable from any electronics store and even most decent supermarkets these days and they cost from as little as $5. Generally you will find them around 9 feet long but they are available in longer lengths. This makes it much more practical when using things like printers and scanners, especially when they are being shared by other computers.     If you have several computers sharing devices you may want to consider setting up a network. But generally it isn't really necessary for a household. An office would certainly benefit from a local network. With a host in place and other computers and devices connected via a hub, computers can share information and devices without having to move them around.   In most cases Ethernet or USB to RS232 Cable will be used for connecting devices to the main hub or host as offices can be very large. Because of Windows plug and play feature, you will find it incredibly easy to set up printers and other devices. Configuring devices takes little time since you will only need to setup the host computer from which all the other computers communicate with.   USB extension cables require no external power to operate and connect in real time. If you look around, you'll see that everything from cameras, external drives, web cams and VoIP phones are connected using USB, so it makes sense to have a spare cable in case one goes amiss. While the future looks in favor of wireless technology and communication, it will be many years when this becomes standard and takes over the use of cables.   Get the best quality USB extension cables here at dtechelectronics.

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  • January 14,2016
    The most common problem, that happens to be a part of the RS232 and RS485 serial ports, is its mode of transmission. It can only send single bits of RS232 data which makes communication very slow. This can be a major problem, especially when it’s being used in a busy environment, and easily brings a lot of dissatisfaction. The good news is that this problem can be solved by the use of an intermediate RS232 / RS485 data link peripheral interface UART. UART (Universal Asynchronous Receiver-Transmitter) is an integrated circuit which contains software that converts single bit data format into 8-bit stream of parallel data. This enhances the speed of RS232 communication between two devices, and, in turn, facilitates the processing of RS232 data.   Another problem that is experienced by users of the RS232 / RS485 ports is the absence of flow control (hand shaking) or its misconnection. This usually results to communication lock-up or buffer overflows. These buffers are usually called FIFO because they occur in a first-in first-out mode. The only way to minimize this problem is by using UART. The UART has trigger levels which indicate the number of bytes of information that can be sent to it from the computer. The computer communicates with the UART devise and access the time that the buffers in it can be refilled. With good RS232 communication between these two (the computer and the UART) these buffer overflows can be greatly reduced. This relates to both RS232 and RS485.   The third problem, which is likely to be experienced, using USB Serial RS232 is incorrect communication between DTE and DCE devices. This result in some handshaking lines or even the reversal of receives and transmits RS232 data lines. The USB to RS232 Cable between the two devices is usually the cause of this problem. The solution to this problem is to disconnect the RS232 cable until the problem is over. This is done because the problem might have arisen due to a wrong connection of the RS232 cable.   The fourth problem that is faced by many users of RS232 to RS485 ports is incorrect pin configuration, or finding it hard to deal with the serial ports' connector genders. This makes it hard for people to 'mate' or connect any devise that uses this kind of connecters. This is because some devises have 25 pins while others have 9 pins, some are male some are female. As a result, some people get frustrated with these devises and some end up not using them. To solve this problem, people can use USB to Parallel Cable such as RS232 DB9 gender changes or custom made cables. These cables help in connecting devises with different numbers of pins -on either the female or the male connector-and hence make it easier for the users.   Visit dtechelectronics to find out more about USB to RS232 Cable and USB DVI KVM Switch, etc. Competitive price meets customers' requirement!

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