Club 3D 50m HDMI 2.0 Active Optical Cable
50M Club 3D CAC-1391 HDMI2.0 UHD Hybrid Active Optical Cable
|Instalment Rate:||14.9% p.a. (fixed)|
|Cost of purchase:||£155.99|
|Total inc. interest:||£168.05|
Purchase Rate: 21.9% p.a. (variable)
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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.
HDMI 2.0 UHD Active Optical Cable HDR 4K 60Hz
The Club 3D CAC-1391 HDMI™ 2.0 Hybrid Active Optical Cable features both fibre and copper conductors, providing a lighter, more flexible cable construction, which makes it ideal for installation in narrow spaces and over longer distances. The perfect solution for conference rooms, classrooms, digital signage displays, and more.
The cable is Halogen Free, and produced according to the International Electrochemical Commission's Restriction Use of Halogen (IEC 61249-2-21) directive. Featuring unidirectional architecture, which requires that the cable is installed in the correct direction. Please refer to the source and display labels on the HDMI connectors, in order to ensure that the cable is connected properly.
This CAC-1391 features a built-in booster circuit that is self-powered through the HDMI ports, allowing you to connect your HDMI-enabled devices at a distance of up to 50 meters with no signal loss.
• Gold plated connectors for maximum conductivity.
• Supports UHD TV resolutions up to 4096x2160p @ 60Hz.
• Supports 3D resolutions up to 1080p Full HD @ 120Hz.
• Total Data bandwidth of 18Gbps.
• Supports Dolby® True HD, DTS-HD Master Audio up to 32 audio channels.
• Halogen Free and without EMI/RFI emission.
• Support for HDR/HDCP/EDID/CEC/DDC.
• Plug and Play, no driver software required.
• Unidirectional - meaning Source and Display only.
• This cable is Hybrid which makes it downwards compatible to other HDMI versions.
|Specification||HDMI2.0 High Speed 4K|
|Connector From||HDMI (A) Male|
|Connector To||HDMI (A) Male|
|Total Weight||1384 g|
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- 24 months
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- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
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