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Atlona VGA to Component or Component to VGA Converter Scaler

AT-VGA300CV

The Atlona AT-VGA300CV is a very advanced scaler box, designed to convert any PC/Laptop input to component video or Component video input to VGA output. The Atlona scaler is capable of accepting a wide-range of PC or HDTV resolutions up to WUXGA/1080P.


  
   
       

   
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Atlona VGA to Component or Component to VGA Converter Scaler. Model: AT-VGA300CV

The Atlona AT-VGA300CV is a very advanced scaler box, designed to convert any PC/Laptop input to component video or Component video input to VGA output. The Atlona scaler is capable of accepting a wide-range of PC or HDTV resolutions up to WUXGA/1080P. This scaler/converter has a comprehensive on-screen menu which allows user to select from a variety of resolutions, picture adjustments ets.

Note: VGA to Component video Cable is included. AT-VGA300CV only has 3 x VGA connectors to save space, therefore we include a cable to adapt VGA connection to component video.

Main Features:

  • Scales any PC or HDTV resolutions to PC or HDTV resolution up to WUXGA or 1080p
  • Provides output picture adjustment on contrast, brightness, hue, saturation, sharpness, rgb (color tone) level and aspect ratio size.
  • Has a loop-out for connecting to a local monitor.
  • Supports high resolution output:
    PC: VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, UXGA, WXGA, WSXGA, WUXGA
    SD/HD: 480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i and 1080p.
  • Converts PC (VGA) signal from PC or Laptop to Component Video
  • Converts Component Video signals from DVD's, Video Games ets. to VGA inputs on Computer monitors, Projectors, Plasma Screens

Technical Specifications:

  • Input ports: 1 x HD15 (Could be used for PC or Component Video)
  • Output port 1 x HD15 (Could be used for PC or Component Video)
  • Loop-out port 1 x HD15 (Could be used for PC or Component Video)
  • Power supply: 5v (universal)
  • Dimensions: (mm) 157(d) x 102(w) x 25(h)
  • Dimensions: (inch) 6.18(d) x 4(w) x 0.98(h)
  • Weight: 1LB
  • Gross Weight: 2.5LB
  • Chassis material: aluminum
  • Operating temperature operating from 0°c to 48°c

Package Includes:

  • 1x AT-VGA300CV
  • 1x 5v Universal Power Supply
  • 1x 3ft VGA to Component Breakout Cable
  • 1x User Manual
 Manual
 DataSheet
 CAD files

  I’m having one of the following video issues: Green Screen/No Image/Distorted Image. How do I fix this?
  The unit may be in incorrect mode for your display. In order to fix this issue, you can push simultaneously (menu and +) it will set the unit to do VGA output, and (Menu and -) will set the unit to component video output.

  I changed a setting and now I do not get any video is there a factory reset?
 

Please follow below steps to reset the unit:

  1. Press and hold “Menu” button for 5 seconds
  2. Disconnect power plug from the unit while holding the “Menu” and wait for 5 seconds
  3. Connect the power plug back in and continue holding the “Menu” for another 5 seconds
  4. Release the “Menu” and allow up to 10 seconds for the unit to connect to the display

  I cannot get the menu to pop up on the bypass output port.
  The bypass port is intended only to bypass all processes of this unit, thus you will not get a menu or scaling through the unit

  Is there an auto adjust mode for AT-VGA300CV?
  Yes, if you just push the “-“ button it will auto adjust the image for you.

  I changed a setting and now I do not get any video is there a factory reset?
  Please follow below steps to reset the unit: 1. Press and hold “Menu” button for 5 seconds 2. Disconnect power plug from the unit while holding the “Menu” and wait for 5 seconds 3. Connect the power plug back in and continue holding the “Menu” for another 5 seconds 4. Release the “Menu” and allow up to 10 seconds for the unit to connect to the display