Our bespoke service enables us to manufacture cables to your specific specification, and incorporate work of art to optimize your products.
Koincable supports you in the development of your cables to ensure they are perfect for the application you require.
One-size fits all solution seems impossible, but with the right configuration of the HDMI standard, there are enough connections in Koincable to go around. There are now five different types of HDMI connectors available in Koincable to meet your industry needs.
Koincable provides standard HDMI connectors used for any uncompressed TV or PC video format.
Although HDMI Type B connector has never been used in products, it is still retained within the products Koincable can provide you with.
Koincable Type C cable comes in a few different variations depending on the usage of handheld devices such as DSLR cameras and camcorders.
The micro HDMI connector for HD video connectivity for cell phones and other on-hand electronic devices.
Our Type E connectors are compatible and commonly suited for automotive applications, introduced with HDMI 1.4.
The gauge rating of an HDMI cable can now be customized, if your project needs to extend over a significant difference. With that in mind, it is vital to study your project and consider what particular cable features you require and the length of the HDMI cable before concerning about AWG ratings.
Koincable HDMI cables are made only with premium quality materials. The PVC jacket material provides flexibility and durability so it bends and folds easily - no matter where the device is set up.
Plastic housing was built for easy grip while the connectors plug in easily, and of course, you can have a specific order. Materials inside and outside are 100% customized.
There are several HDMI cable versions to choose from: each designed to meet a particular performance standard. Koincable covers all HDMI versions updated in industries.
To help consumers and to clarify cable types further, all Koincable HDMI cable products are applied with standard procedures - versions 1.1, 1.2, 1.3a, 1.4, 2.0 and the next upcoming 2.1.
Blu-ray Discs, HD-DVD players, or A/V receiver and an audio or video monitor, such as a digital television (DTV).
Deliver an even clearer and better-looking image when turning the source signal into content and display on television screens.
A split-screen viewing and other hyper-entertainment perks through HDMI cables, with Xbox or PSP, to produce a more detailed picture and a superior viewing experience.
LCD TV, computer monitor, monitor and other display equipment for smooth broadcasting.