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Detachable 8K 48Gbps HDMI2.1 D-D Active Optical Cable Custom

8k 48Gbps pluggable HDMI active optical cable with lightweight, flexible, ultra-small long-term bend radius – 45m for keypad and multi-function installations.

Standard Length Customized
Max Limit Length 100Metres

BONESTEC HDMI Active Optical UHD Pluggable HDMI Cable for Key and Multi-Function Installation. It supports HDMI maximum data rate of 12Gbps per pass and 48Gbps total bandwidth and light long bend radius (45mm) hybrid cable. Incorporated our advanced optical engine. This HDMI hybrid cable provides full HDMI signal integrity and supports plug and play up to 100 meters. No power supply required.

The maximum length can reach 100m. (customizable length);
Plug and play;
Compatible with HDMI 2.1 standard, backward compatible with HDMI2.0/HDMI1.4;
Support HDCP2.2/2.3;
Support (HDR) Supports dynamic HDR format.
Support (VRR) variable refresh rate;
Support (QMS) fast media switching;
Support (QFT) fast transmission;
Support (ALLM) automatic low-latency mode;
Support (DSC) display stream compression;
Support 48Gbps bandwidth, 4Kp50/60/100/120 and 8Kp50/60;
EDID information self-checking function;
No signal loss – crystal clear digital images instantly;
Light pattern and copper wire mixed light pattern;
Includes a DC wire, optionally connected to an external 5V power supply (usually connected next to the monitor if needed.).

Standard Length Customized
Max Limit Length 100Metres


Q1: There is no video signal transmission. What should I do?

A1:These are excellent troubleshooting steps for identifying and resolving issues with video cables, sources, and destinations. Following these methods can help you pinpoint the source of the problem and determine whether it’s related to hardware or configuration. Here’s a summary of the key points in your provided information:

Testing Video Setup Components:

  • To identify the source of issues, test both the video cable and the connected devices, including the video source and video destination (display).
  • Use a different video cable, video source, and destination to see if the issue persists.
  • Ideally, use components that you know work in another setup to ensure that the problem is not with the hardware.

Resolution Matching:

  • Ensure that the source resolution matches the capabilities of the video destination. Mismatched resolutions can lead to display problems.
  • Consider testing at a lower resolution, such as 1024 x 768, to troubleshoot issues.
  • For 4K resolutions, testing with shorter cables individually can help identify potential cable-related issues.

Audio Troubleshooting:

  • If you’re experiencing audio issues over HDMI/DisplayPort, check the audio output settings on the video source.
  • Verify that the audio format from the source matches the compatible audio format supported by the destination device.
  • Ensure that the volume on the destination device is appropriately adjusted.
  • If a 3.5mm device is connected to a hub, try disconnecting it, as it might interfere with audio over HDMI/DisplayPort.
  • Note that HDMI/DisplayPort to DVI/VGA cables, adapters, and converters typically do not support audio, so separate audio connections may be required.

By following these steps and considering these factors, users can troubleshoot and resolve common issues related to video and audio connections effectively.

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A3:The steps you provided explain how to duplicate displays on multiple monitors in different versions of the Windows operating system. This configuration can be useful when you want to display the same content on all connected monitors. Here are the steps for Windows 10/8, Windows 7/Vista, and Windows XP:

Windows 10 / 8:

  1. Press the Windows Key + X and select “Control Panel.”
  2. Click on “Appearance and Personalization,” then choose “Display.”
  3. Select the “Resolution” or “Adjust Resolution” option from the left column.
  4. Expand the drop-down menu next to “Multiple displays” and select “Duplicate these Displays.”
  5. Click “OK” to apply the changes and close the window.

Windows 7 / Vista:

  1. Click the “Start” button and select “Control Panel.”
  2. Choose “Appearance and Personalization,” then click “Display.”
  3. Select the “Resolution” or “Adjust Resolution” option from the left column.
  4. Expand the drop-down menu next to “Multiple displays” and select “Duplicate these Displays.”
  5. Click “OK” to apply the changes and close the window.

Windows XP:

  1. Click the “Start” button and select “Control Panel.”
  2. Double-click “Display.”
  3. Go to the “Settings” tab.
  4. Uncheck the box beside “Extend my Windows desktop onto this monitor.”
  5. Click “OK” to apply the changes and close the window.

Following these steps will configure your system to duplicate the display on all connected monitors, so you’ll see the same content on each screen. This setup is commonly used for presentations or when you want to mirror your primary display across multiple monitors.