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Simplified Wiring | Simple Plug and Play HDMI 8K video extender, 8K video may require power, 5V USB connector included
Crystal Clarity | Ultra-High Definition 8K with no loss in signal quality
Electric Colors | High Dynamic Range, Variable Refresh Rate (VRR), Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM), Quick Frame Transport (QFT)
eArc Support | Our cables support the latest eAudio Return Channel for a single cable source for video and audio
EMI Protection | Our cables provide EMI (electromagnetic interference) protection
ENABLING OPTICAL CONNECTIVITY EVERYWHERE.
Cosemiâs vision is to enable optical connectivity in all wired interconnects from data centers to enterprises, consumers and beyond, by using patented semiconductor packaging methodologies for optical interconnect solutions. We also leverage our knowledge of supply chain efficiency and deep technical capability in high-speed RF, optical packaging/coupling, and optical compound semiconductor design, which forms the foundation for all that we do and is fundamental to our vision.
At Cosemi, weâre ushering in the next phase of optical interconnect proliferation in the form of hybrid active optical cables (AOCs). Using fiber optics, these AOCs bridge the breadth of popular electrical interfaces and connectors to the reality of todayâs faster and longer interconnect requirements. Our patented hybrid AOCs connect servers to switches, 4K/8K displays to the source, as well as help complete the connection in many other applications like machine vision, AR/VR, and universal personal computing connectivity of the USB standard.
If you're serious about gaming or eSports, you need a fiber optic connection. Don't sacrifice your game play with old school copper wire technology. Fiber optics gives you the fastest connection possible - and a big competitive advantage. Game on.
Your old technology cables aren't letting your high-end home theatre equipment shine. With older cables, noise and interference can compromise signals from source components, making for a subpar listening or viewing experience. Upgrade to fiber optics for immersive, ultra high-definition entertainment - and rave audience reviews.
Cosemi AOCs are ideal for VR headsets where a thin, lightweight plug-and-play cable offers easy installation to extend video and data signals to your PC. Cables that support long lengths for extending the reach of a web cam, supporting full resolutions up to 4K and no external power needed.
COSEMI Active Optical 8K HDMI Cable 48gbps 2.1 Plenum Rated
8K Displayport Cable 1.4 AOC Cable Male-Male, Full Bandwidth of 32.4 Gbps
COSEMI Active Optical 4K HDMI Plenum Cable
COSEMI USB 2.0 Extension Cable - USB Type A Male to USB Type A Female
10G AOC USB Long Cable, USB 3.2 Gen 2x1 Fiber Optic, Ultra Thin USB Cable Type C
5M - 100M
3M - 100M
5M - 100M
10M - 30M
3M - 45M
USB, Optical, USB 2.0
Office, Mobile Device
Type-A to Type-A
Type-C to Type-C
Video connectivity in the home and workplace has gone from ânice to haveâ to an absolute necessity. With students completing coursework online and businesses supporting a global, remote workforce, video collaboration has become the glue that binds remote access with productivity.
To support this growing trend, Cosemi AOCs are the ideal connectivity solution for video collaboration. Cosemi AOCs offer easy installation to extend video and data signals through walls to video display boards or monitors.
VIDEO COLLABORATION MADE EASY BY COSEMI
STEP 1: CONNECT YOUR CAMERA
Connect the small, flexible Cosemi AOC cable to the camera.
STEP 2: MOUNT YOUR CAMERA
We recommend 6 feet from the floor. This will give the view of standing in the room.
STEP 3: ROUTE YOUR CABLES
Our cables are small and flexible enough to be routed through a wall in addition to being thin and light enough to hide under furniture or a desk.
STEP 4: EXTEND CABLE TO WORK AREA
Extend the Cosemi AOC cables to your work area and plug them into your PC.
(HDMI to the monitor output, USB to your PC USB input)
Cosemiâs OptoHD AOCs bring plug-and-play fiber optic connectivity to various devices in the home and workplace, delivering on the promise of true 4K 60 4:4:4 UHD resolution. Cosemiâs patented hybrid cable technology offers a replacement for traditional copper connections, which cannot handle the speed and power required by new HDMI video standards.
HDMI 2.1 FEATURES
"li"Proprietary Cosemi Low Power High Bandwidth Chipset
"li"8K@60Hz 4:4:4 and Full Bandwidth of 48Gbps
"li"Variable Refresh Rate (VRR), Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM), Quick Frame Transport
"li"Patented AOC Hybrid-Cable with 5mm Bend Radius
"li"Supports Dynamic HDR and aARC
"li"External Power Supply Required for 8k video
"li"EMI (electromagnetic interference) protection
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