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50FT Dual Link DVI-D Cable 24AWG In Wall Rated

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Quick Overview

This DVI cable makes it possible for you to connect DVI supported gadgets such as a personal computer monitor or HDTV, and a PC to get high quality and high definition video. DVI-D is actually a high efficiency digital video cable that's able to support resolutions as high as 2560x1600.

50FT Dual Link DVI-D Cable 24AWG In Wall Rated

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Product Description

The DVI-D dual link cables can deliver high speed digital video transmissions as high as 9.9Gbps.

Each of our DVI-D cables are In-wall rated so you'll be able to make sure to pass building code inspections and also simply run the cable throughout the wall structure so that you can decrease wire clutter.

About DVI

DVI connectors take advantage of different pins to transmit digital video signals in between display devices. For the dual link system (like our DVI-D cables), you will find additional pins used to switch on an extra set of data transmissions which allow for a better efficiency. In addition, the DVI connection supports the VGA data set to permit legacy displays to be connected with a DVI supported PC with a basic adapter making the DVI connector a universal standard. To learn what kind of connection you have to take a look at the letter that follows "DVI". For instance, DVI-D is for digital connections and DVI-A is for analog.

All of our DVI cables are compliant with the standards defined by the Digital Display Working Group (DDWG). DVI-D is in addition partly compatible with HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface). A basic DVI to HDMI cable can be employed for connecting HDMI and DVI systems with each other yet still get exactly the same hd video resolutions.

What Does AWG Mean?

AWG is considered the standard for labeling the thickness of a line. As a rule of thumb, the lower the number, the thicker the cable. You want a thick cable for lengthy cable runs to make sure that the signal can transmit between your devices. As an example, if you have to choose between a 15 ft . 28AWG cable and a 15 ft . 24AWG cable, it would not hurt to choose the 24 gauge in order to be on the safe side.

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