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6 Foot Dual Link DVI-D Cable 24AWG In Wall Rated

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This DVI cable permits you to connect DVI supported gadgets such as a pc monitor or HDTV, and a Computer to obtain high quality and high definition video. DVI-D is a high efficiency digital video cable that is able to support resolutions as high as 2560x1600.

6 Foot Dual Link DVI-D Cable 24AWG In Wall Rated

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Product Description

The DVI-D dual link cables can provide high speed digital video signals up to 9.9Gbps.

Each of our DVI-D cables are In-wall rated so you are able to make sure to pass building code inspections as well as effortlessly run the cable through the wall structure so that you can lessen cord clutter.

DVI Explained

DVI connectors take advantage of various pins to transmit digital video signals between display devices. For the dual link system (like our DVI-D cords), you will find extra pins employed to switch on an extra set of data transmissions which permit for a much better performance. On top of that, the DVI connection supports the VGA data set to permit legacy monitors to be connected to a DVI supported PC with a simple adapter making the DVI connector a universal standard. To understand what type of connection you need to have a look at the letter that follows "DVI". As one example, DVI-D is for digital connections and DVI-A is for analog.

Each of our DVI cables are compliant using the standards defined by the Digital Display Working Group (DDWG). DVI-D is also partly compatible with HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface). A easy DVI to HDMI cable could be employed to connect HDMI and DVI systems together and still get identical high definition video resolutions.

What Does AWG Mean?

AWG is considered the standard for labeling the thickness of a cord. As a rule of thumb, the lower the number, the thicker the cable. You want a thick cable for longer cable runs to ensure that the signal can transmit between the devices. For instance, if you have to pick from a 15 foot 28AWG cable and a 15 ft . 24AWG cable, it wouldn't hurt to select the 24 gauge in order to be on the safe side.

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