Kramer Fibre Optic 1080P HDMI Cable 30m £49.99 at Future Shop
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Kramer Fibre Optic 1080P HDMI Cable 30m £49.99 at Future Shop

£49.99£399 87% Future Shop Deals
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Found 14th Nov
Kramer Fibre Optic 1080P HDMI Cable 30m RRP 699 crazy now 49.99

futureshop.co.uk/kra…30m

also 50m/100m available

futureshop.co.uk/kra…50m

futureshop.co.uk/kra…00m



Specification:
  • DIMENSIONS: 21mm, 77mm, 21mm (W, D, H).
  • HYBRID FIBER-OPTIC CABLE: Flame retardant PVC employing 4 fiber strands and 5 shielded copper wires
  • OUTER DIAMETER OF CABLE: 7.2cm.
  • POWER SOURCE: AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz 0.1A.
  • ACCESSORIES: Power supply.
  • CLAMPING STRENGTH TO CABLE: 14kgf.
  • EXTENSION LIMIT: 100m (330 feet) for 1080p /WUXGA (1920 x 1,200) at 60Hz refresh rate.
  • GRAPHIC TRANSMISSION BANDWIDTH: Supports 1080p / WUXGA at 60Hz, or 1.65Gbps bandwidth per graphic channel.
  • HUMIDITY: 5% to 85%.
  • MINIMUM BEND RADIUS: 15.4cm.
  • OPERATING: - 40°C to 70°C (storage).
  • TEMPERATURE: 0°C to 50°C
  • TENSILE LOAD: 180N.
  • WEIGHT: 0.3kg (0.67lbs) approx.
  • COMPLIANCE WITH HDMI STANDARD: Supports HDMI 1.2 and DVI 1.0 (DDC2B), fully implemented by fiber-optic communication.
  • RoHS Compliant in accordance with European directive 2002/95/IEC.

8 Comments

Why is this special, I thought all HDMI were practically the same as they all transmit digital signals? It's comparable in price to others of equal length?

Alethia1 h, 34 m ago

Why is this special, I thought all HDMI were practically the same as they …Why is this special, I thought all HDMI were practically the same as they all transmit digital signals? It's comparable in price to others of equal length?


Is not, it's on sale as it only supports 1080p

Alethia1 h, 58 m ago

Why is this special, I thought all HDMI were practically the same as they …Why is this special, I thought all HDMI were practically the same as they all transmit digital signals? It's comparable in price to others of equal length?


You would think all HDMI would be the same but as soon as you get above 5m it becomes a huge can of worms depending upon cable quality, length and what resolution you are transmitting, what audio format and whether or not you need HDR. I wouldn’t recommend for most people, this as it is only 1.65Gbps and the new standard is 18Gbps hence the 1080p limit. I’m probably going to get some for work as occasionally we do need to do a 30m 1080p HDMI run to a projector at the other end of the room.
Edited by: "RidleyDeckard" 14th Nov

Alethia3 h, 4 m ago

Why is this special, I thought all HDMI were practically the same as they …Why is this special, I thought all HDMI were practically the same as they all transmit digital signals? It's comparable in price to others of equal length?


If the cable is above a certain length or made using cheap wire it needs to be 'active' meaning there are powered signal boosters at either end. In my case I had a 15m run where the projector on the far end couldn't lock on to a signal unless I used active cables which aren't cheap.

These fibre optic ones will carry a signal practically any distance without boosters (but with conversion at either end). A comparable alternative would be those HDMI over Cat6 extenders, and that's what I ended up using since thin Cat6 is easier to trunk than thick HDMI cables. They are however expensive. Aukey units set me back £26 (and I needed two since there's a receiver to projector run and PC to receiver run, so £52) plus long cat6 isn't cheap either.

Thing is, HDMI over Cat6 is cheaper than this fibre HDMI cable, but won't go as long as the 100m unit. If that were the star of this deal it could go hot (though at £300? Eesh). As is, nah, sorry
Edited by: "CampGareth" 14th Nov

Was gonna add you're better off using HDMI over ether net instead

Rich4418 m ago

Was gonna add you're better off using HDMI over ether net instead

Ethernet is for the network hdmi is for video/audio. Completely different things

Fibre and hdmi in one? I dont think so

master103 h, 30 m ago

Ethernet is for the network hdmi is for video/audio. Completely different …Ethernet is for the network hdmi is for video/audio. Completely different things


Google hdmi over Ethernet first
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