HDMI Cable Tester - Type A and C (Mini) Category 2
This tester is a necessity for home theater buffs and installers. It quickly and accurately checks up to 164 feet of signal continuity on Type A and C HDMI cables so you can move on to the next project. Straightforward LED indicators confirm pass, open, short and cross in three different test modes: fast, slow, and step-by-step manual testing. The compact units come complete with a handy protective carrying case for travel. Requires a DC 9V battery for operation (not included).
Ethereal HDMI Diagnostic Tool
The HDM-DAD, a digital analysis device, will automatically correct the most common problems with HDMI signals, EDID and HDCP communication. Whether distress is caused by inconsistent hardware, improper set-up, or transmission distance, the HDM-DAD can repair HDCP and EDID corruption in no time.
Ethereal HDMI Surge Protector
This HDMI Surge Protector is designed to protect against voltage spikes that might damage your connected HDMI components. It can withstand up to 8KV of voltage surge and offers protection on both input and output (protects both source and sink). It supports full 1080p 3D resolutions.
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PureLink HDG Pro 4K/HDCP 2.2 Signal Generator & Analyzer w/Touch Panel
The HDTools™ HDG Pro is an HDMI 2.0 Signal Generator supporting video resolutions up to 4K@60Hz 4:4:4, 18 Gbps bandwidth, and HDCP 2.2. This versatile tool allows integrators and installers to test and verify A/V signal paths with Test Pattern Generator, Signal Analyzer, HDCP Test, EDID Test, and Loop Test functions. The HDG Pro also features a 4.3” touchscreen for controlling the device and viewing the signal from the HDMI input, as well as a 4-hour rechargeable battery providing greater portability and ease of use.
PureLink HDG-mini HDMI Signal Generator
The The PureLink HDG-mini HDMI Signal Generator helps verify basic technical specifications of a connected source device for troubleshooting. It can generate an image from up to five different test pattern still images and transmit that image to the DVI or HDMI monitor.