Club 3D DisplayPort 1.4 20m/65.62ft Active Optical Cable
20m Club 3D DisplayPort 1.4 Active Optical Cable, Unidirectional, M/M, 4K @ 120Hz/8K @ 60Hz, Plug & Play, Black
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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.
DisplayPort 1.4 Active Optical Cable Unidirectional
The Club 3D CAC-1079 is an Active Optical Unidirectional DisplayPort™ Cable that allows support for 8.1Gbps per channel. It supports 4K at 120Hz resolution as well as 8K at 60Hz and HDR formats.
DisplayPort™ 1.4 adds support for Display Stream Compression 1.2 (DSC), Forward Error Correction, and extends the maximum number of inline audio channels to 32.
This optical fibre cable can be applied to outdoor displays, LED signboards, home cinema displays, conference rooms, medical imaging equipment or security systems to transfer audio and video signals.
• Support 4K at 120Hz or 8K at 60Hz and HDR formats • Supports HBR3, HDCP1.4/2.2.
• Supports DP 1.4 standard with bandwidth of up to 8.1Gps per channel - total bandwidth of 32.4Gbps.
• Support resolutions up to 8K @ 60Hz and 4K @ 144Hz.
• Without DSC1.2 max resolution supported up to: - 5K @ 60Hz.
• Support length of 20m/65.62ft*.
• Maximum Pixel clock frequency is 810 Mhz.
• OD 4.8 mm.
• Uni-directional - Meaning Source and Display Only.
• This cable is Hybrid which means it is downwards compatible to other DisplayPort™ versions.
• No external power supply is required.
• Plug and Play no driver software required.
|Type||DisplayPort 1.4 Cable|
|Connector From||DisplayPort 1.4 (Male)|
|Connector To||DisplayPort 1.4 (Male)|
|Total Weight||777 g|
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