Kramer C-FODM/FODM-164
DVI-M to DVI-M Fiber Optic / Copper Hybrid Cable, 164 Feet

OUR PART #  C-FODM/FODM-164

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Kramer’s new all DVI cable system is constructed of high performance hybrid cable containing fiber optic and copper wires terminated with DVI-D connectors on each end. They are designed to transmit DVI-D signals extremely long distances with pristine digital image quality video with the copper cable carrying additional data required for HDCP compliance.

Features:

  • Quality Construction - Kramer FODM cables comply withthe DVI standard and support the DDC2B mode. They are very flexible and usually do not require external power, making them very “installer friendly”.
  • High Resolution - These cables support computer graphics video signals with resolutions of up to 1920x1200 at 60Hz and HDTVsignals up to 1080p, and can be used with any DVI compatible display.
  • Flexible Power Options - They draw +5V power on pin 14 from most source devices (some DVI source devices may not supply power on pin 14 and will require an external power adapter model PS-1DVI).
  • HDCP Compliant - FODM cables are also compatible with the HDMI interface standard and are HDCP compliant.

Specifications:

  • Clamping Strength to Cable: 14kgf
  • Dimensions: 39mm/ 15.4mm / 53mm (W/H/D)
  • Hybrid Fiber-optic Cable: Riser Jacket of retardant PVC employing 4 strands
  • Minimum Bend Radius: 15.4cm
  • Tensile Load: 1,800N
  • Outer Diameter of Cable: 7.6mm.
  • Extension Limit: 100m (328 feet) for WXGA (1600 x1200) at 60Hz refresh rate
  • Graphic Transmission Bandwidth: Supports UXGA at 60Hzor 1.65Gbps bandwidth per graphic channel.
  • Power Source: 5 VDC, <500mA
  • Humidity: 5% to 85%
  • Operating Temperature: 0°C to 50°C
  • Storage Temperature: -40°C to 70°C
  • Compliance with DVI Standard: Supports DVI1.0 and DDC2B, fully implemented by fiber-optic communication, HDCP compatible

Kramer C-FODM/FODM-164
DVI-M to DVI-M Fiber Optic / Copper Hybrid Cable, 164 Feet

OUR PART #  C-FODM/FODM-164

Product Information:

Kramer’s new all DVI cable system is constructed of high performance hybrid cable containing fiber optic and copper wires terminated with DVI-D connectors on each end. They are designed to transmit DVI-D signals extremely long distances with pristine digital image quality video with the copper cable carrying additional data required for HDCP compliance.

Features:

  • Quality Construction - Kramer FODM cables comply withthe DVI standard and support the DDC2B mode. They are very flexible and usually do not require external power, making them very “installer friendly”.
  • High Resolution - These cables support computer graphics video signals with resolutions of up to 1920x1200 at 60Hz and HDTVsignals up to 1080p, and can be used with any DVI compatible display.
  • Flexible Power Options - They draw +5V power on pin 14 from most source devices (some DVI source devices may not supply power on pin 14 and will require an external power adapter model PS-1DVI).
  • HDCP Compliant - FODM cables are also compatible with the HDMI interface standard and are HDCP compliant.

Specifications:

  • Clamping Strength to Cable: 14kgf
  • Dimensions: 39mm/ 15.4mm / 53mm (W/H/D)
  • Hybrid Fiber-optic Cable: Riser Jacket of retardant PVC employing 4 strands
  • Minimum Bend Radius: 15.4cm
  • Tensile Load: 1,800N
  • Outer Diameter of Cable: 7.6mm.
  • Extension Limit: 100m (328 feet) for WXGA (1600 x1200) at 60Hz refresh rate
  • Graphic Transmission Bandwidth: Supports UXGA at 60Hzor 1.65Gbps bandwidth per graphic channel.
  • Power Source: 5 VDC, <500mA
  • Humidity: 5% to 85%
  • Operating Temperature: 0°C to 50°C
  • Storage Temperature: -40°C to 70°C
  • Compliance with DVI Standard: Supports DVI1.0 and DDC2B, fully implemented by fiber-optic communication, HDCP compatible
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