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50ft Active High Speed HDMI® Cable In-Wall, CL3-Rated


Product Features

Extend HDMI signals over an active HDMI cable and support HDMI features including 1080p at 60Hz, 3D video, and Deep Color
• CL3-rated jacket for in-wall installations
• Supports up to a 1080p resolution at 60Hz
• CEC, EDID, and HDCP compatible
(1) HDMI Male
(1) HDMI Male

Product Description

The Active High Speed HDMI Cable is the perfect solution for extending HDMI signals in classrooms, conference rooms, houses of worship, and other commercial environments. This cable features a built-in signal booster that supports HDMI A/V connections at longer distances than non-active cables. This cable does not require an external power adapter and is an ideal solution for making a connection between HDMI-enabled devices, such as a Blu-ray player, laptop, HDTV, projector, and more.
This cable supports up to a 1080p resolution at 60Hz, 3D video and Deep Color, making it the perfect fit for applications which require detailed image display. Additionally, EDID and HDCP are supported for compatibility with HDMI source devices, displays, and content. Combine this Active HDMI Cable with wall plates for a clean, professional connectivity solution that can be used with projectors in classrooms, conference rooms, or training rooms.

Note: The Active High Speed HDMI Cables are directional cables that require the connector labeled HDMI installed at the source device and connector labeled TV to be installed to the display.

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Product Specifications

Color : Black
Length : 50.00 Foot
Jacket Rating : In Wall
UPC : 757120413677
Warranty : 3 Years
Vendor : C2G
Weight : 2.678 LB
Electrical Specifications

• Signal bandwidth: 3.4Gbps
• Nominal impedance: 100pF/m at 10Ω
• Nominal capacitance: <700pF
• Insulation resistance: 100MΩ/km at 20°C
• Nominal attenuation: 1-100MHz dB/50ft
• Voltage rating: 30V
• Power consumption: 50mA at 5V
Physical Specifications

• Cable bend radius: 10mm
• Operating temperature range: -20°C-85°C
• Operating temperature range: -25°C-85°C
• Relative humidity: 60-93%
• Conductor type: 26AWG (7/0.16) Tinned Copper
• Drain wire: 26AWG (7/0.16) Tinned Copper
Connectors (2)
• Connector type: 19-pin HDMI Male
• Housing: Black
• Plating: Gold flashed
• Chip: Redmere (1692 FW Rev0.2)
Overall Cable Construction
• Braided shield: Aluminum magnesium braid (16/9/0.12) - 65% coverage
• Foil shield: Aluminum wrap - 100% coverage
• Drain wire: 26AWG (7/0.16) Bare Copper
• Jacket: Black PVC CL3-rated
• Outside diameter: 8.5mm ± 0.2

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Customer Reviews

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Rated 2 out of 5 by from didn't work Was looking to set up a 50ft HDMI run to a projector. It didn't work (no signal). The projector works well with a 10ft cheap cable. It also didn't work to a TV - while at the same time a 35ft cheap cable worked. I am sure it is a good cable - but it didn't work for me.
Date published: 2018-03-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not working Although I tried this cable with several different configurations ( laptop to TV, DVR to TV, etc) I couldn’t get it to work properly. No longer have receipts, so I am stuck with a non working cable.
Date published: 2018-03-13
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Questions & Answers

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I the 75 ft active HDMI cable directional only or can I plug either end into the source?

Asked by: Bill
This active cable is DIRECTIONAL
Answered by: TOM
Date published: 2017-10-06

May I use this 100ft active cable with an HDMI splitter? Are there any synch issues?

Asked by: Chris Meyer
Splitters have issues supplying power correctly. You may need a HDMI power inserter to ensure the active cable receives proper power.
Answered by: Tom
Date published: 2017-10-06

What is the difference between the active and standard HDMI cable?

Asked by: Anonymous
An active cable has a Chip set in it to help provide signal strength and better resolutions over distance.
Answered by: Paul
Date published: 2018-01-31

Will this cable pass 4K?

Asked by: bigtex59
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