Optical HDMI Cable With Unsurpassed HD Quality Over Long Distances

2M has developed and patented an optical HDMI cable to solve the limitation of copper cables that become increasingly visible with high bitrates from ever more demanding multimedia applications. Currently signals can only be carried over short distances by thick cables. The optical HDMI cablereplaces the copper wires with optical fiber similar to those used in telecom, which guarantees high bit rates and long transmission lengths, together with a ultra low power usage and a fully HDMI compliant electrical design. Wireless solutions seem the most logical approach but near term wireless solutions will not be able to deliver loss less, high-quality audio/video as requested by the market. 2M Engineering’s universal high-speed optical audio/video link is the logical solution to this problem.

Fiber Optical HDMI Cable

Full HDMI Compliant

All opto-electronics is build into the connector of the cable, and designed such that no external power supply is required, still fully meeting the full HDMI standards. So far we have mostly focused on HDMI, but with little effort the same solution can be made ready to support DVI, displayport and other audio video standards. Besides a fixed connector cable execution we also have developed an execution with detachable connectors for easier installation in existing buildings and real estate.

Applications

  • High definition and blue ray consumer electronic devices
  • Gaming and multimedia applications
  • Speciality markets
    • Specifications

      • Ultra low power usage, no need for external adapters
      • Fully HDMI compliant up to 1080p
      • Supports lengths upto 500m
      • Works with all high definition equipment
      • Unsurpassed audio and video quality
      • No compromises: no signal degradation over distance, no interference, no hassle
      • Pure aesthetics: super thin, transparent and flexible fiber technology
      • Patented technology

      Optical HDMI Link

       

      Optical HDMI Link