VGA, HDMI, DVI EDID Reader & Programmer

USB-EDID-PRO2

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  • Record EDID from any VGA, HDMI, or DVI display
  • Program any compatible Hall Research devices - for example, EDID Emulators or the UV-1 MiniCat®
  • Save or read multiple EDID files
The USB-EDID-PRO2 can be used to read the EDID from any VGA, DVI or HDMI monitor, or similar device. It can also program a new EDID back into the device (if target is write enabled and allows programming). Connect to the USB port of any PC and plug The DVI output port to your display's input. For VGA and HDMI displays adapters are included in the kit. Simply plug the appropriate adapter to the DVI output. Using free Hall Research Windows™ software, you will be able to read, save, and even modify the EDID of any display. You can also use it to program EDID into Hall Research VGA EDID Emulator (EM-EDID-HD15). No power supply is needed when connected to USB port of PC. Can be used as DVI buffer/extender and EDID Emulator.

The kit includes an EMX-DVI, and two adapters, one for converting the DVI to HDMI and one for converting DVI to VGA. Cable to display is not included, but a USB cable is included along with a power supply in case the product will be used as a DVI buffer/extender with EDID management.

Using free Hall Research Windows™ software, you will be able to read and save EDID data from any display. Edit the EDIDs using 3rd party free software available in the Additional Downloads.


Hall Research EDID Downloader / Uploader


EDID Editor Software

Note that not all EDID's are programmable through the Video connector. You will be able to read the EDID from virtually any device, but most likely the EDID of HDMI sinks (displays) may be write-protected. Most VGA EDID's are writable, but you have to be very careful since you will be erasing the EDID that is present in the sink device. Always save a copy of the original before writing a new EDID to the sink device.
  • Record EDID from any VGA, HDMI, or DVI display
  • Program any compatible Hall Research devices - for example, EDID Emulators or the UV-1 MiniCat®
  • Save or read multiple EDID files