Club3D USB C to HDM 2.0 UHD Cable Active 1.8 M./5.9 Ft.
1.8M Club3D USB-C to HDMI 2.0 4K UHD Ready Active Cable
By DPD On 17th May
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Protect against installation damage for 28 days.
ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.
Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
CAC-1514 - The Club 3D is an Active HDMI™ signal converter cable. The USB C to HDMI™ 2.0 UHD Cable is the easiest solution for connecting your USB 3.1 Type C source device featuring DisplayPort™ Alternate Mode to an HDMI™ 2.0 enabled UHD Monitor, Television or Projector. The HDMI™ adapter is powered by the USB C port, the adapter requires no external power.
The USB C to HDMI™ 2.0 UHD Cable supports (U)HD resolutions of up to 4K @ 60Hz for a clear, sharp picture. The support for 60 frames per second provides exceptionally smooth video. Use the adapter to play games, view video or browse the internet from your USB 3.1 Type-C enabled device on a (Ultra) high-resolution monitor or TV. Supporting up to 8 channels of audio, the adapter provides high-definition digital audio and video.
The USB C to HDMI™ 2.0 UHD Cable supports all USB 3.1 Type-C devices with DisplayPort™ ALT mode.
• Reversible USB Type-C connector.
• Compliant to VESA DisplayPort™ Alt Mode Standard.
• Compliant to HDMI™ 2.0 for up to 18 Gbps data rate.
• Supports full link training and no link training.
• Supports 3D Video formats up to 1080p @ 120Hz.
• Supports resolutions up to 3840 x 2160p @ 60Hz.
• Repeater for HDCP 1.3 and HDCP 2.2.
• Powered by USB Port (no external power needed).
• Support Windows and Apple OS X
In the box:
• Club 3D CAC-1514 USB USB C to HDMI™ 2.0 UHD Active Cable
• Male/Male, 1.8 M./5.9 Ft
• Input: USB Type C Male
• Output: HDMI™ 2.0 male
|Specification||HDMI2.0 High Speed 4K|
|Connector From||USB (C) Male|
|Connector To||HDMI (Male)|
|Cable Features||Upto 1080p|
|Total Weight||65 g|
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- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
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