16 Port High Resolution VGA Video Splitter - 400 MHz

Split a single high resolution VGA video signal to 16 monitors or projectors

Product ID: ST1216PRO

  • Compatible with VGA, SVGA and Multisync monitors
  • 400 MHz bandwidth provides brilliant 2048 x 1536 resolution
  • DDC,DDC2 & DDC2B compatible (on Video Out port 1)
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  • Includes DC 7.5V power adapter and rack mounting brackets
  • Daisy chainable for almost unlimited expansion
  • Uses standard monitor extension cables ( coaxial VGA cables recommended for best picture quality)
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This high resolution VGA splitter offers a practical solution for high-res multi-screen presentations, allowing a VGA video signal to be broadcast from a computer to up to 16 VGA monitors simultaneously.

The VGA splitter is ideal for classrooms, tradeshows, in-store displays or any application where high quality video on multiple monitors is required, supporting displays with up to 400 MHz of video bandwidth and high resolution applications up to 2048 x 1536.

To help ensure high quality VGA video even at longer distances, the high resolution VGA splitter features a built-in booster circuit that allows monitors to be located up to 210ft away from the host system.

Designed for simplicity and convenience, the VGA splitter offers easy plug and play installation; a completely hardware-based solution, the VGA splitter requires no software operation, saving both time and hassle.

Backed by our 2-year warranty and free lifetime technical support, this high-resolution VGA splitter lets you get the most out of your video content with quality construction you can depend on.

The Advantage

  • Multiple screens let you communicate your message to large audiences with greater impact
  • Guaranteed to maintain signal strength for crisp, sharp imaging
  • Doubles as a signal amplifier, boosting display range by up to 210 feet (65 meters)


In-store product merchandising

Information booths/kiosks


Lecture halls and classrooms

Airports, bus terminals and train stations

Technical Specifications

Warranty Information
Warranty 2 Years
Daisy-Chain Yes
Ports 16
Bandwidth 400MHz
Maximum Analog Resolutions 2048x1536 @ 60Hz
Maximum Cable Length 213.2 ft [65 m]
Connector A 1 - VGA (15 pin, High Density D-Sub) Female
Connector B 16 - VGA (15 pin, High Density D-Sub) Female
Special Notes / Requirements
Note Units made before August 2008 shipped with a DC 7.5V 1500mA (max) power adapter
Output Current 1.2A
Output Voltage 12 DC
Power Consumption (In Watts) 14.4
Power Source AC Adapter Included
Physical Characteristics
Color Silver
Product Height 1.7 in [42 mm]
Product Length 14.7 in [373 mm]
Product Weight 5.2 oz [148 g]
Product Width 3 in [7.5 cm]
Packaging Information
Shipping (Package) Weight 15.4 oz [435 g]
What's in the Box
Included in Package 1 - 16 Port Rack Mount VGA Splitter
2 - Mounting Brackets
1 - Mounting Screws
1 - Universal Power Adapter (NA/UK/EU)
1 - Instruction Manual


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(2 stars) Intermittent Failures

We bought this for our event needs, and at 1st it seemed like it would be a great solution four our board meetings. However, after connecting just nine(9) VGA monitors, we began having intermittent signal dropping on random monitors. Typically, 2-4 screens would go down simultaneously, and then they would sometimes come back on at irregular intervals. Adding a VGA extension cable to a couple of them seemed to temporarily fix the issue, but it did not last. We think there might not be enough power being distributed throughout the video splitter itself. Overall, we are not satisfied with this product, but we are not sure if the device is malfunctioning, or this behavior is by design. Since this product was intended to split a "video signal to 16 monitors or projectors", we did not think a mere 9 screens would be too many for it to handle. Consider adding a more robust power supply to the board, or scrap this model as a "multiple" capable device.
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