8K 60Hz, 4K 120Hz, 4K 60Hz
HDR Displayport to Hdmi 2.1 Adapter

Model Name: DP14HD21-ADP
DisplayPort 2.0 Receiver
Compliant with DisplayPort Specification Version 2.0 for RBR, HBR, HBR2 and HBR3
Accepts 1, 2, and 4 DisplayPort main-link lanes
Supports SSC up to 0.5% down spread
DPCD supports DP v2.0 data structure
HDCP 2.3 and HDCP 1.3
VESA Display Stream Compression Standard (DSC) v1.1/1.2a Bitstream Handling and FEC policy, DSC decoder and pass-through mode
Supports DP source detection via AUX channel
DP input port support lane swapping and polarity swapping
Supports Horizontal Blanking Expansion (HBE)
Supports Adaptive Sync Video
Supports CEC-Tunneling-over-AUX
HDMI 2.1 Transmitter
Compliant with HDMI Specification Version 2.1
TMDS data rate up to 6Gbps
FRL data rate up to 12Gbps
SCDC (Status and Control Data Channel)
HDCP 2.3 and HDCP 1.4
Supports DSC pass-through mode
TMDS and FRL modes with scrambling for EMI/RFI reduction
Supports FRL FFE
Supports static and dynamic HDR
Supports up to 8 channels of 16-/20-/24-bit audio up to 192kHz sample frequency
Supports IEC 60958 L-PCM, IEC 61937 compressed audio and 32-ch L-PCM 3D audio.
Supports Variable Refresh Rate (VRR), Quick Media Switch(QMS), Auto Low Latency Mode(ALLM) and Dynamic Auto Lipsync (DALS)
Supports DVI output format
Supports multiple color formats:
DP: RGB 6/8/10/12 bits per component (bpc); YCbCr4:4:4/ YCbCr4:2:2 /YCbCr4:2:0 8/10/12 bpc
HDMI: RGB 8/10/12 bpc; YCbCr4:4:4, YCbCr4:2:2 and YCbCr4:2:0 8/10/12 bpc
Supports color space conversion
Supports DP Adaptive-Sync Video to HDMI VRR conversion
Contents protection HDCP repeaters with on-chip keys
Supports DP HDCP 2.3 to HDMI HDCP 1.4 conversion
On-chip Arm Cortex-M4 processor with Secure Boot
95V Core, 1.2V I/O, and 3.3V I/O power supply
External 25MHz ±50ppm crystal
External 3.3V SPI Flash speed up to 54MHz
0°C to 70°C Ambient Operating Temperature Range

Paugge Displayport 1.4 to Hdmi 2.1 Adapter Main Features

Active DisplayPort Adapters

• Uses video converter chips inside the adapter for signal conversion
• More expensive due to additional chips
• Necessary when source does not support dual-mode DisplayPort (DP++)
• Converts both single-mode and dual-mode DisplayPort
• Necessary if graphics card cannot support DP++ output on the maximum number of monitors

Passive DisplayPort Adapters

• Cheaper than active adapters
• Only a maximum of two passive adapters can be used per GPU, due to the fact that each GPU only has 2 clock sync signals for the passive adapter to utilize
• Relies on DisplayPort or Mini DisplayPort sources that support dual-mode (DP++)
• DP++ source can use a passive adapter to convert DisplayPort signals to HDMI
• DP++ video source performs the conversion instead of the adapter

  • Micro-packet architecture over 1- 4 lanes
  • Up to 8.1 Gbps per lane–32.4 Gbps over 4 lanes
  • Allowing for overhead — 25.92 Gbps over 4 lanes
  • Increased bandwidth allows 5K monitors (5120 x 2880) with a single cable and no compression
  • Multiple display support–two 4K UHD monitors (3840 x 2160) using VESA Coordinated Video Timing supported from a single connector
  • Continued support for video conversion to VGA, DVI and HDMI
  • Support for HDCP 2.2 and HDMI 2.0 with CEC
  • Support for 4:2:0 pixel structure which enables 8K x 4K displays
  • Ability to support UHD monitor @60Hz and 24-bit color over (2) lanes while assigning other 2 lanes for alternate data types such as USB as allowed in DockPort
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Paugge DP14HD21-ADP Displayport to Hdmi Adapter has 48 Gbps Bandwith and fully supports;

* 8K 60Hz (DSC), 8K 30Hz, 5K 120Hz (DSC), 5K 60Hz, 4K 240Hz (DSC), 4K 144Hz, 4K 120Hz, 4K 60Hz, 2K 240Hz, 2K 165Hz, 2K 144Hz, Full HD 240Hz, Full HD 144Hz, Full HD 120Hz
* 7680×4320, 5120×2880, 4096×2160, 3840×2160, 3440×1440, 3840×1080, 2560×1600, 2560×1440, 1920×1200, 1920x1080p
* 4320p, 2880p, 2160p, 1440p, 1080p

High Dynamic Range (HDR) is the new standard for picture quality, offering a much wider range of colour, contrast and clarity.

HDR improves the picture even further to reveal previously unavailable levels of realism, making you really feel a part of the scene.

The transition between the brightest and darkest points is much richer and more progressive, as there are more intermediate tones available that the screen can display.

Includes HDR, HDR10 and Dolby Vision technologies.

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