Full UHD HDMI 2.0b 18G, HDR, 4K @ 60Hz 4:4:4, with all audio support - all lengths
ProGrip® connector utilizes up to 16 lbs of retention force to help keep connector in place
SureLength® indicators on the connector heads make it easy to organize for installations
Available in pre-terminated lengths up to 100ft
Thin and flexible with indefinite long-term bend radius of ~0.2"
Strong pull tension (up to 100lbs)
UL CMP-OF/FT-6 rated for all plenum applications
Active connectors require no external power supply
Polymer optical fiber technology provides low power consumption and low EMI
EDID, CEC and HDCP compatible
Please note: does not support ARC or Ethernet.
Comprehensive's Pro AV/IT Active Optical Plenum HDMI Cables offer best-in-class resolution and a low-smoke, fire-retardant plenum jacket.
Comprehensive's Pro AV/IT Active Optical Plenum HDMI Cables feature full Ultra HD, 18G 4K 60 4:4:4 End to End resolution. They enable high-speed, plug-and-play HDMI signal transmission up to 100ft. Perfect A/V distribution for conference rooms, classrooms, digital signage or other commercial applications. Comprehensive Active Optical Plenum HDMI Cables use active components in the connectors to perform electrical-to-optical signal conversion, drawing power from the HDMI port. Each Active Optical Plenum HDMI Cable is thin, light, flexible, and plenum rated to make it easy to pull through conduit. Comprehensive plastic optical fibers can accommodate very tight bends with no loss of signal, unlike glass optical fibers.
Pro AV/IT Active Optical Plenum HDMI Cables send video using light pulses, which provide higher immunity to EMI/RFI interference and electromagnetic noise. HDR, EDID, CEC, HDCP, and RoHS compliant. Lifetime Warranty.
These are Active Fiber Optic Cables which contain an active chip to process and distribute the signal. In some cases, there can be performance or compatibility challenges with certain laptops, PC's or other sources depending on a variety of system conditions. Please call our support department if you experience any of these type of issues.
This cable features a unidirectional design which requires the cable to be installed in the correct direction. The HDMI connectors are labeled "Source" and "Display" to ensure that the device and HDMI source are properly connected.
Being a Fiber Optic cable, it must be handled with more care than a copper cable during installation as extreme force and/or excessive or sharp bends could potentially damage or break the cable inside.