Kramer Active High Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet - 25.00m (82ft) Max Resolution 4K@60Hz (4:2:0) Max Data 10.2Gbps (3.4Gbps p/c)
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Kramer Active High Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet - 25.00m (82ft) Max Resolution 4K@60Hz (4:2:0) Max Data 10.2Gbps (3.4Gbps p/c)

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CA-HM active HDMI copper cable provides a perfect cable solution for delivering HDMI signals over long distances: 18Gbps up to 20m (66ft) and 10.2 Gbps up to 30m (98ft). The innovative technology utilized in the cable's connector features superior equalizing and signal compensation to meet the most demanding challenges in Pro AV installations. This unique solution simplifies long distance installations by using a true plug & play cable that draws power from the HDMI source. There is no need for an external power source. CA-HM features the Kramer exclusive K-Lock HDMI connector, preventing cables in your installation from unintentionally disconnecting, eliminating cable related service calls.
CA-HM active HDMI copper cable provides a perfect cable solution for delivering HDMI signals over long distances: 18Gbps up to 20m (66ft) and 10.2 Gbps up to 30m (98ft). The innovative technology utilized in the cable's connector features superior equalizing and signal compensation to meet the most demanding challenges in Pro AV installations. This unique solution simplifies long distance installations by using a true plug & play cable that draws power from the HDMI source. There is no need for an external power source. CA-HM features the Kramer exclusive K-Lock HDMI connector, preventing cables in your installation from unintentionally disconnecting, eliminating cable related service calls.