18 Gbps Active Optical Cable HDMI Cable V2.0B Support 4K 4:4:4 at 60Hz
Five Advantages Of Products
- Supports computer resolutions to 4K@60Hz@4:4:4
- Support HDCP2.2@ARC
- No loss of signal
- 4core OM3 Multimode Fiber(high speed data)and 7core copper cable
- Plug-and-play, no need external power
1.Length can be customized based on customer's requests;
2.Signal without attenuation;
3.Center conductor: high quality digital signal delivered by oxygen-free copper;
4.Insulation: Using foamed PE as the insulation, ensure image quality and transmit image signal with stability;
5.Inner shield:100% Aluminum/Mylar foil shield, prevent high frequency noises and interference;
6.Outer shield:95% copper braid shield, prevents most low frequency noises and interference;
7.Optical-fiber cable is lighter and thinner by 70% compared to traditional copper cable;
8.More than 100m transferring distance;
9.High density triple shielding for maximum rejection of EMI and RFI;
10.Transfer speed: 18Gbps;
11.Connectors: 24K gold-plated to ensure superior signal transfer and lifetime of maximum performance;
12.Supports HDMI2.0, HDCP2.2, Ethernet, 3D DDC, CEC, HPD, ARC signal transferring;
13.Plug-and-play, no need external power;
14.Having passed HDMI association certification/CE/RoHS Directive-compliant/PAHs/SCCP/Phthalate approved;
Function: suitable for HDTV, home theater, DVD player,projector,PS3,XBOX 360 and other HDMI devices.
1) digital TV 2) Plasma display 3) LCD display 4) DVD player/repeater 5) Audio/video receiver 6) Home video system 7) Satellite system.
Active Optical Cables (AOCs) generally use a hybrid cable with parallel optical channels to transmit the high-speed signals and copper for the low speed and control signals. Parallel optical cables transmit each channel over a different fiber, similar to a differential pair in an electrical cable. This approach is easy to implement because each channel can use the same transmitter laser since they are all on separate fibers. However, having 4 or more fibers in the link prevents field termination of the cables, so the delicate optical connector must be carefully pulled through the conduit during installation, and any damage renders the cable unusable.