In most cases, you connect the video cables, power up your system, and you're ready to start duplicating images for multiple monitors or displays.
Many options to meet your application requirements
The number of outputs on the splitter determines the number of display devices. You also have the option to combine different displays. For example, take video from one source and display it to a TV, monitor, and projector.
In some cases, splitters buffer output and drive signals extra distances without any loss. So they, in essence, function as video extenders too.
Video splitters are a great choice for splitting signals in applications, from retail to corporate settings, where you want to keep source equipment in a secure area.