HDMI Cable 50 ft 15m High Speed HDMI to HDMI Cable
Buy HDMI Cable 50 ft 15m High Speed HDMI to HDMI Cable from Brighttech Kenya
HDMI Cable – 50 ft / 15m High Speed HDMI to HDMI Cabled with Ethernet provides an uncompressed, all-digital interface for both audio and video signals. Our cables infuse high-quality copper wire to resist interference for improved image clarity. We offer HDMI cable at lengths of 5 to 20 meters with resolutions up to 4K (4096 x 2160 @30Hz).. Our cables infuse high-quality copper wire to resist interference for improved image clarity. We offer HDMI cable at lengths of 1 to 20 meters with resolutions up to 4K (4096 x 2160 @30Hz).
15M High-Speed HDMI® Cable features a built-in active signal booster for a connection distance of up to 50 feet (15m) between your HDMI-enabled devices, with no signal loss.
15M HDMI cable features thinner HDMI wire construction that allows for more flexible installation with minimal clutter. Plus, the cable features built-in amplifier circuitry which actively boosts the HDMI signal with no external power required.
This high-quality 15M HDMI cable fully supports 1080p+ resolutions at up to 120Hz refresh rate, with life-like color. To accommodate the demands of future high definition devices, such as increased resolutions and higher frame rates, this Ultra HD cable supports resolutions up to 4k x 2k.
HDMI to HDMI 15M cable features 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 device and the HDMI source are connected properly.
15M HDMI cable Specifications
|Max. Video Resolution||2560×1440@60Hz|
|Cable Outer Dimension||10.0 ± 0.20mm|
|Conductor Material||Tinned Copper|
|Connector Type||HDMI (19pin) Male to Male|
|Cable Shield Type||Aluminum Foil|
|Cable Jacket Type||PVC|
|Rating||UL VW-1 (Flame rate), CSA|
|Note||For some of rack mount products, please note that the standard physical dimensions of WxDxH are expressed using a LxWxH format.|