Crush-resistant armored HDMI cables introduced by L-com for harsh-environment applications

NORTH ANDOVER, Mass., 12 Aug. 2012. Cabling and connector specialist L-com Inc. in North Andover, Mass., is introducing an armored line of HDMI audio and video cables with Ethernet that have crush-resistant protection over the cable length for military, security, and industrial applications in harsh environments.

Aug 12th, 2012
Crush-resistant armored HDMI cables introduced by L-com for harsh-environment applications
Crush-resistant armored HDMI cables introduced by L-com for harsh-environment applications

NORTH ANDOVER, Mass., 12 Aug. 2012. Cabling and connector specialist L-com Inc. in North Andover, Mass., is introducing an armored line of HDMI audio and video rugged cables with Ethernet that have crush-resistant protection over the cable length for military, security, and industrial applications in harsh environments.

The cables are available in either metal armor with a crush resistance of 1,500 pounds per square inch (PSI), or plastic armor with a crush resistance of 1,000 PSI.

These cables have 30 micro-inch gold plated contacts and double shielding to protect the sensitive audio and video signals from interference. The cables are stocked in six different lengths and are available off-the-shelf for same day shipment.

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"We saw a need for HDMI connectivity in environments where the cables may be crushed or influenced, and often those environments are the type where downtime is not an option," says Steve Smith, L-Com product manager.

For more information contact L-Com online at www.l-com.com.

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