Rainbow Fish Offers Fiber Optic HDMI

Rainbow Fish Fiber Optic, the inventor of the first HDMI-certified fiber optic cable, will introduce its line of long distance Fiber Optic HDMI cables at CEDIA EXPO 2011, booth 4562.   Following extensive market and technological research in fiber optics and connectivity needs, Rainbow Fish has innovated the world’s
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Rainbow Fish Fiber Optic, the inventor of the first HDMI-certified fiber optic cable, will introduce its line of long distance Fiber Optic HDMI cables at CEDIA EXPO 2011, booth 4562.

Following extensive market and technological research in fiber optics and connectivity needs, Rainbow Fish has innovated the world’s first HDMI cable capable of lossless performance up to 1000 feet between source and display. This breakthrough in HDMI performance is made possible by proprietary technology to convert the HDMI electrical signal to an optical signal and be transmitted through its fiber optic link to the display device where the signal conversion is reversed.

“It is a truly amazing innovation and one that solves all of the common issues with long distance HDMI connections,” said Buzz Delano of Rainbow Fish. “ESCs now have a thin and elegant fiber optic cable alternative to bulky and often unpredictable balun and copper cable systems. Rainbow Fish Fiber Optic HDMI supports 3D at 16Gbps and 4K 2K Deep Color resolution and is a perfect solution for ESC’s to meet high expectations for distributed HDMI performance. Rainbow Fish will revolutionize HDMI connectivity.”

Available in six pre-terminated lengths from 35 to 1,000 feet, the Rainbow Fish Pro Series features an in-wall rated cable jacket, rugged connector housing, and an integrated USB power connection. A custom-length program is also available. For in-room fiber optic HDMI connections, Rainbow Fish Home Series cables are available in white and clear cable jacket in 20- and 35-foot lengths.

"Rainbow Fish offers ESCs the best way to do business in the confusing HDMI connectivity market. It's a nice, thin cable and a simple plug and play connection with great results," Delano said.

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