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Why choose Detachable MPO/MTP connectors for Pure Fiber OM3 DisplayPort 4K/8K cables

What is DisplayPort?
DisplayPort (DP) is a digital video and audio inference that was designed by Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) to replace analog connection such as VGA (Video Graphics Array) and DVI (Digital Visual Interface). DisplayPorts are commonly used to connect computer systems to monitors and are not frequently found in devices such as Tv’s. DisplayPort is similar to HDMI 2.0 in that it can transmit data 2160p 4K at 60Hz. DisplayPort uses packetized data, like USB and Ethernet, to send digital display and audio data and can transmit audio and video signals simultaneously.

DisplayPort 1.2 and 1.4 are the most popular versions on the market today. DisplayPort 1.2 supports an effective bandwidth to 17.28 Gbit/s in High Bit Rate 2 (HBR2) mode. The older DisplayPort 1.2 is capable of 3840×2160, 4K, at 60 Hz; or 1080p resolution at 144Hz.

Display port 1.4 is the most recent version of displayport capable of supporting total data throughput of 25.92 Gbit/s (HBR3) for transmitting 4K 3840 × 2160 at 120 Hz and 5K 5120 × 2880 at 60 Hz. DisplayPort 1.4 supports Display Stream Compression 1.2 (DSC). DSC is a “visually lossless” encoding technique with up to a 3:1 compression ratio. Visually lossless means that there is no perceivable difference in the quality of the image or video while compression is active. Using DSC with HBR3 transmission rates, DisplayPort 1.4 can support 8K UHD (7680 × 4320) at 60 Hz.

One unique feature of displayports is that it can support multi-stream transport which allows multiple independent displays per port making it very valuable for video wall applications. A single displayport interface can support four monitors and with daisychaining can support six.

What is OM3 fiber cable?
OM3 Multi-mode Fiber Cables is typically cost effective for pre-installations and long distance connections in buildings or corporate campuses while single-mode is better suited for longer distance runs.  Single-mode fiber can transmit over greater distances but typically requires more expensive equipment. Multi-mode is cost effective for installations where the lengths don't exceed a few hundred meters.

What is MPO/MTP connector?
Multi-fiber push on connectors, or MPOs for short, are fiber connectors comprised of multiple optical fibers. While defined as an array connector having more than 2 fibers, MPO Connectors are typically available with 8, 12 or 24 fibers for common data center and LAN applications. Other fiber counts are available such as 32, 48, 60 or even 72 fibers, but these are typically used for specialty super high-density multi-fiber arrays in large scale optical switches.

You may also see the term MTP Connector used interchangeably with MPO Connector. The term MTP is a registered trademark of the MPO connector offered by US Conec. The MTP connector is fully compliant with MPO standards and is described by US Conec as an MPO that has been engineered to very tight tolerances for improved performance. For the purposes of this discussion, we will refer to only MPO connectors since MTPs are considered to be MPO connectors.

Why choose Detachable MPO/MTP connectors for Pure Fiber OM3 DisplayPort 4K/8K cables?
Pure Fiber Displayport extenders take advantage of the great features of displayport and enhances its capabilities with the benefits of fiber optics. DisplayPort Optical Cable fully takes advantage of the high transmission bandwidth, low power consumption, and low EMI. The optical cable is suitable for high-speed, high-quality, long-distance and sensitive applications or systems such as hospital equipment and wireless device. Fiber displayport cables can easily span distances as great as 100 meters without loss of signal or degradation.
Potential applications for a displayport optical cable include digital signage, surveillance, home theatre, conference room, control centers, auditorium, medical imaging, and stadiums.

Compared with hybrid optical AOC cables, New pure fiber cables have significant advantages as below:
One multi-fiber OM3 fiber cable with MPO connectors for many different Pigtails MPO cable and pigtails are separate.
You can change and connect with HDMI, DP, USB, DVI. etc up to 20 different Pigtails anytime.
No fixed direction they are bi-directional.
Pigtails are separate and you can change the "Source" and "Display" anytime.
Easily upgrade to the next generation. If you need USB4 just change the Pigtail
Extra long length up to 1000ft using OM3 fiber.
The pure fiber cable can support 4K 60Hz and upgrade to 8K in future.

heyoptics 4K 8K displayport fiber cable

 

The Better Choice for You:

4K/8K HDMI or Displayport 1.4 Active Optical Cables over Pure Fiber MPO cables up to 1000ft

4K HDMI cables 4K DVI cables 8k hdmi cables 8K HDMI armored cables 8K DisplayPort cables
4K HDMI 2.0 over Pure Fiber MPO Active Optical Cable 4K 30Hz DVI over Pure Fiber MPO Active Optical Cable up to 1000ft 8K HDMI 2.1 48Gbps over Pure Fiber MPO Active Optical Cable Armored 8K HDMI 2.1 48Gbps over Pure Fiber MPO Active Optical Cable 
8K DisplayPort 1.4 32Gbps Active Optical Cable with mini DP to DP detachable connectors

NOTE: UP TO 20 DIFFERENT PIGTAILS AVAILABLE. SO YOU CAN CHANGE HDMI,DP,USB,DVI.etc AS REQUIRED

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