Dtrovision PureLink HDX Series Fiber Optic HDMI cable system allows your HDMI device to be up to 330 feet away from the source device.
Copper cables have impedance and inductance characteristics that create data loss beyond 15 feet. If you want all the pixels to arrive at your display, without the tiling and noise artifacts that now occur routinely when viewing HD content, you need to step up to the higher capacity and zero data loss of fiber optics. As seen in our Eye Pattern Test below, copper cables cannot transmit an HD signal via HDMI futher than 33 feet before the signal collapses. If there's no eye, there's no picture.
Traveling at the speed of light, 8 channels of uncompressed digital audio and one channel of full motion, uncompressed video at the highest resolution are delivered to your digital display without data errors or signal loss of any kind. This is the state of the art in digital signal transfer for HDTV systems worldwide. If your video source and display are separated by more than 15 feet, you will need a PureLink HDX Fiber Optic cable system to see the best HD content at the highest resolution.
Dtrovision PureLink HDX Series Fiber Optic HDMI cable Applications:
- Video wall System
- Large LED Sign Board
- Medical Imaging Equipment
- Airplane On-board Video System
- Home Theater
- TV Broadcast Station
- Conference Room Video Equipment
- Church Video System
Dtrovision PureLink brand HDX Series Fiber Optic HDMI cable Features
- HD Signal via HDMI (1080p/UXGA 1.65Gbps)
- Plug and Play.
- Installs in minutes.
- Up to 330 ft. range.
- HDCP compliant.
- Fully compatible with HDMI Standard
- RGB and clock signal are transmitted via fiberoptics,DDC signal and 5V power line are transmittedvia copper in a single, shielded cable.
- Immune to electromagnetic (EMI) interference.
- Immune to lightning.
- Ideal for HDTV Home Theater, Medical Imaging,Avionics, Multi-Media, and all digital mediums.
Your video is only as good as the long HDMI cable that connects it. Why not buy this Dtrovision PureLink HDX Series Fiber Optic HDMI cable today?