With the video market transitioning to higher bandwidth requirements through technologies that include 8K, TechLogix Networx has announced its MOFO HD21 Series of fiber cables.
The Midwestern company says that its new fiber-based cabling products support the uncompressed transmission of signals that include 8K resolutions through their ability to deliver up to 48Gbps of bandwidth.
TechLogix Networx‘s MOFO HD21 Series of fiber cables incorporate “true” fiber cores for interference-free signal transmission for distances as long as 30 meters without the need for inline boosters or power supplies. The company boasts that all professional integrators need to do is connect the cables to a source and display, and it emphasizes because of the fiber-core design, the cables can be spliced and reterminated with standard fiber-optic tools and connectors.
According to the company, the MOFO HD21 Series of fiber cables recently received HDMI 2.1 certification from HDMI.org Forum and HDMI Licensing Administrator. Through the HDMI 2.1 certification the fiber-optic HDMI cables support features such as 48Gpbs, 8K at 60Hz, Dynamic HDR, HDCP 2.2, VRR, QMS, ALLM, ARC, eARC and immersive audio.
Additionally, the MOFO HD21 Series of cables are designed to be robust through their 70-pound pull rating, as well as their 1.8-inch minimum bending rating, and plenum-rated jackets.