DVIGear releases HyperLight DVI AOC cables
DVIGear has added active optical DVI cables to its HyperLight series that support extension of DVI 1.0 signals and, with an optional adapter cable, HDMI.
They are HDCP 1.4 compliant and support signals with aggregate data rates up to 4.95 Gbps. These features enable HyperLight cables to support any Single-Link DVI resolution with cable lengths up to 100m.
Plenum-rated DVI Active Optical Cables (AOC ) HyperLight cables are constructed using a hybrid design of four POF (Polyfluorinated Optical Fibre) and six copper wires and have a minimum bend radius of 2mm. Two removable DVI docking connectors may be detached, revealing a connector cross-section that measures 13.9 x 14.2mm and will minimise cable diameter during installation. The docking connectors and removable pull covers include fixation screws.
These cables are designed for use in mission critical applications where image quality and dependability are paramount. The video signals are transmitted over four optical fibres to guard against environmental noise. The optical transmission path provides a low RFI / EMI profile, which allows the cables to be installed in sensitive applications with strict security requirements. The cables draw power from the connected DVI source, eliminating the need for an external power supply. They support DDC communications for EDID and HDCP. HyperLight AOC cables are suitable for applications that require ultra-high resolution DVI signals to be extended over long cable runs. The DVI-23xxx-AOC series is in a range of cable lengths from 10m to 100m.
The DVI AOC cables complement DVIGear’s HyperLight DP AOC Series. The DVI-26xxx-AOC series supports DisplayPort 1.4. When removable DisplayPort docking connectors are detached, the cable cross-section measures 10 by 12.4mm. The cable draws power from the connected DisplayPort source. Plenum-rated cables are HDCP 1.4 / 2.2 compliant, transmitting signals with data rates up to 32.4 Gbps. (HBR3). These features enable the DP AOC HyperLight Series to support very high resolution applications at 4K / 60Hz (4:4:4) with cable lengths up to 100m, and 8K / 30Hz (4:4:4) up to 50m.