Scan Micro HDMI v1.4 Cable - 3 Metre

3m Scan HDMI v1.4 Cable - HDMI (Male) to Micro HDMI (Male), 3D + Ethernet, Black

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Scan code: LN47597 Manufacturer code: CDLHD4-MICRO-030 Request call
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Product Overview The CDLHD4-MICRO series has a Micro (Type D) connector that was introduced with HDMI v1.4. It keeps the standard 19 pins used in the Type A connector but shrinks it down to 2.8mm x 6.4mm. The Micro connector is to be used on mobile phones and other similar portable devices. The other side of the cable has a standard Type A connector for connecting to TVs and projectors etc..

The term HDMI v1.4 is no longer used and instead is referred to as High Speed with Ethernet. Features • HDMI High SpeedHDMI Ethernet Channel
• Supports 3D over HDMI
• Audio Return Channel
• 4k x 2k Resolution Support
• Expanded Support for Colour Spaces
• Gold Connectors
• Type A to Type D Connectors
• 3 Mtr
Specifications
Specifications
Length 3 m
Type HDMI v1.4 Cable
Specification  
Connector From HDMI (Male)
Connector To Micro HDMI (Male)
Connector Features  
Cable Features  
Colour Black
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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
12 months
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Scan Micro HDMI v1.4 Cable - 3 Metre
Scan Micro HDMI v1.4 Cable - 3 Metre