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HDMI adapters

HDMI Adapters

This document shows the details and purpose of the HDMI adapter ring



Use this adapter ring when connecting a device, which doesn't have an HDMI port, to an HDMI cable.

Common locations of the HDMI cable include a teaching station, a conference room, or a TV lounge.

Common devices that can connect to adapters on this ring are laptops, tablets, phones, BluRay players, HDMI port--equipped Document Cameras.

If you would like to purchase one of these adapter rings (currently around $100), please contact the support center, who will help you identify and select the appropriate adapters for your equipment or environment. Some other, less popular adapter types may be added at the time of purchase.

The ring comes with an optional locking mechanism, with radio frequency-interference-reducing ferrite. The accompanying bolts require a T10 torx bit driver to tighten the ferrite bead onto a cable. In the photo above, the ferrite bead has been attached to the laptop HDMI cable on the teaching station.

Common Connections

Connector - male end Image Connector - female end Image
DisplayPort displayport-m.jpg HDMI HDMI-m-f.jpg
Mini DisplayPort (Thunderbolt) mini Displayport-m.jpg HDMI HDMI-m.jpg
USB-C (Thunderbolt 3.0) USB-C-m.png HDMI HDMI-m.jpg
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