PureLink today announced the availability of its new line of “locking” HDMI cables, under its TotalWire brand. The cables support HDMI 2.0b technology as well as the transmission of HDR (High Dynamic Range) content and have a screw-based locking feature that prevents strain and loose connections and could eliminate the need for additional port savers or brackets.
The PLH Locking Screw HDMI cables are spec’d at 18Gbps of bandwidth for use with HDMI v.2.0b. They also offer HDR, CEC and HDCP 2.2 compliance to support multi-dimensional immersive audio content and dynamic control options. The PLH has multi-layer shielding, for EMI protection, and supports 4K@50/60 (2160p) at 4:4:4 color format. The new locking screw cables come in a variety of lengths, including 1, 2, 3 and 5 meter (3.3, 6.6, 10 and 16.5 feet) cables.