Vga Auto Switch 2 Port - St122vgau

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Base Price:€48,31€58,46
Recupel:+ €0,04+ €0,05
Part Number: ST122VGAU
Language: US
Minimum Order Quantity: 1


The ST122VGAU VGA Auto Switcher lets you share a display between two computers and prioritize your VGA signals. The VGA switch features a primary and secondary VGA input port, and automatically outputs the signal from the primary input. When the signal feed connected to the primary input port is cut, the switcher automatically defaults to the video signal on the secondary VGA input port.

Designed for maximum control and versatility, the VGA Auto switcher also offers manual control of connected signals with easy-to-use front panel buttons that allow you to toggle between video sources.

Benefits and Features:

  • Auto-sensing technology detects the loss of a signal and automatically switches to the secondary source preventing loss of display
  • Sharing a single display between two computers saves the cost and desk space of purchasing an additional display
  • Automatically selects the priority of incoming video signals for display
  • Supports resolutions up to 1920x1440
  • Easy to use front panel selection buttons
  • Easy installation - set up in minutes
  • Video Bandwidth 250 MHz
  • Rugged steel enclosure
  • Supports DDC1, DDC2, DDC2B, DDC2B+, DDC2AB on port 1


Connector AVGA (15 pin; High Density D-Sub) Female
Connector BVGA (15 pin; High Density D-Sub) Female
Industry StandardsDDC1, DDC2, DDC2B, DDC2B+, DDC2AB ( DDC Support on Port 1 only)
Package Contents
Included in Package2 Port VGA Auto Switch
Instruction Manual
Universal Power Adapter (US/UK/EU/AUS)
Packaging Information
Shipping (Package) Weight0.8 kg [1.7 lb]
Bandwidth250 MHz
Wide Screen SupportedYes
Physical Characteristics
Enclosure TypeSteel
Product Height195 mm [7.7 in]
Product Length130 mm [5.1 in]
Product Weight930 g [32.8 oz]
Product Width56 mm [2.2 in]
Center Tip PolarityPositive
Output Current0.3A
Output Voltage9 DC
Power SourceAC Adapter Included
Special Notes / Requirements
NotePort 1 is set to have higher priority than port 2 when both signals are on