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Introducing New Waterproof HDMI Connectors & Cables

by Stuart Berry April 03, 2017

VPI Waterproof HDMI


When HDMI cables need to be deployed in harsh environments, it can often be difficult for engineers to facilitate sufficient connectivity together with flexibility.

VPIs Waterproof HDMI Connectors and Cables provide watertight 1080p HDTV connectivity in harsh environments. They have threaded couplings and O-ring seals which provide IP67-rated water and dust protection. HDMI features supported include high-definition video, multi-channel digital audio, HDMI Ethernet Channel, Audio Return Channel, and Additional Color Spaces.

The waterproof HDMI cables are available in 2-metre and 5-metre lengths with waterproof cable glands on both ends or just one end. The attached cable gland simply screws on to the panel mount HDMI coupler threading to form a sealed connection.

They are ideal for harsh industrial environments, such as factory automation, or outdoor installations where HDMI cable needs to be run from a dry location to a wet one - entertainment, broadcasting, AV billboards, boats and more.

The models are as follows:




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