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TechLogix Launches Tactical Micro-Armored HDMI Cables

TechLogix Launches Tactical Micro-Armored HDMI Cables

TechLogix is expanding their MOFO™ line with the launch of the ST armored series. Unlike their non-armored counterparts, ST cables feature stainless steel micro-armor and a tactical weather-proof jacket, providing reliable HDMI connectivity in harsh environments. 

armored HDMI cable
TechLogix MOFO-HD20ST cables are available as standard cables or on tactical reels

 

ST cables are available in lengths from 5 meters to 100 meters and are available as standard cables or factory-installed on tactical reels. All options include factory-installed weatherproof headshell caps. 

weatherproof HDMI headshell cover
 Factory-installed weatherproof headshell caps

 

ST Series features include: 

  • 5.8mm diameter tactical jacket with internal stainless steel micro-armor
  • 30mm x 19mm metal HDMI headshell supports pulling through 1 inch conduit
  • Includes factory-installed weatherproof headshell caps
  • Available as standard cables or on factory-installed tactical reels
  • No power required
  • Completely immune to electrical and RF interference
  • 25mm bend-rating
  • 100lb pull-rating
  • 1,100lb crush rating
  • HDMI 2.0 / HDCP 2.2 compatible 
  • Native 18G bandwidth support
  • 4K60 4:4:4 HDR compatible
armored HDMI cable
5.8mm helical stainless steel armor

 

TechLogix MOFO™ cables gained popularity by leveraging a true fiber core to deliver unparalleled speed, bandwidth and reliability. Pre-terminated connectors accommodate installations in seconds and the optical construction provides complete immunity to RF, EM and electrical interference.

MOFO™ cables are available in HDMI, DisplayPort and USB configurations.

Additional information is available on the TechLogix website

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