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Omni Pro Electronics announces availability of Adam Tech’s ultra-high speed cable/connector assembly

09 March 2022

Omni Pro Electronics has announced its availability of the Adam Tech ultra high speed HDMI 2.1 connector/cable assembly. The new release provides uncompressed 8K video with HDR, and support bandwidth speeds up to 48 Gbps. They also support 4K video, eARC (enhanced audio return channel), VRR (variable refresh rate), ALLM (auto low latency mode), QFT (quick frame transport) and QMS (quick media switching).

It has a contact resistance of 30 mOhms, an insulation resistance of 100 mOhm and a dielectric withstanding voltage of 300 V AC. Housing for the Adam Tech HDMI 2.1 connector is made of high-Source: Omni Pro Electronics Source: Omni Pro Electronics temperature black thermoplastic (UL94V-0) with a brass and nickel plated shell. It is rated for 10,000 cycles with an insertion force of 4.5 kgf and a withdrawal force of 1 kgf to 4.0 kgf.

The 26 AWG double-ended male-to-male cables are available in lengths of 3 ft, 6 ft, 10 ft and 16.5 ft with HDMI-A 2.1 plugs. Jacketed in black PVC, the cable plug pins are gold flash plated with a tin over nickel shell with a black 55P PVC overmold and insulator.

Features and benefits:

• Connector: HDMI A 2.1 receptacle

• Cable: Double ended HDMI A 2.1 plugs

• 8K UHD (7680 × 4320) at 60 Hz

• 4K UHD (3840 × 2160) at 120 Hz

• Supports speeds up to 48 Gbps

• Low EMI interference

• Top quality audio with eARC

• Enhanced gaming capabilities with VRR, ALLM and QFT

• Smooth frame rate transitions with QMS


• Audio/video data transfer

• Televisions

• Gaming consoles

• DVD/Blu-ray/Ultra HD players

• Media streaming devices

• Cable boxes

• Computers

• Entertainment systems

All assemblies must be 100% tested for shorts, open, continuity and physical appearance. They are lead-free and RoHS compliant. In fact, all Adam Tech-manufactured connectors and cable assemblies, waterproof solutions and advanced automotive solutions are tested for electric capabilities and pressures.

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