SUPRA DVI-DVI dual-link is designed for video transfer up to 20 m. Maximum resolution WQUXGA 3840 x 2400. The cable is provided with SUPRA's quality connectors DVI-D. The connector is fully shielded by means of its aluminum housing. It is rewireable for after-termination at installation in conduits. The gold plating of the pins is 0.8 micro meter thick, for long life, reliable connection.To support display devices requiring higher video bandwidth, there is provision for a dual DVI link. A dual link doubles the number of TMDS pairs, effectively doubling video bandwidth at a given pixel clock frequency. The DVI specification mandates how the dual link may be used. All display modes that use a pixel clock below 165 MHz, and have at most 24 bits per pixel, are required to use single-link mode. All modes that require more than 24 bits per pixel, and/or 165 MHz pixel clock frequency must use dual-link mode. In modes where each pixel uses 24 bits of color data per pixel or less and dual-link mode is in use, the transmitter stripes pixel data across both links; each sequential video pixel is transmitted on alternate links. In modes with color depth greater than 24 bits per pixel, the second link carries the least significant bits of each pixel.