Versatile high-speed fiber optic connectivity
Moving massive amounts of 4K Ultra HD video, audio, data, and control signals over long distances used to be tricky, until now. Thanks to Celerity Technologies' Fiber Optic Gateway system, you can send content at distances up to 1000 feet over a single thin fiber optic cable. It works with all of the following types of signals:
HDMI 2.0a for high-definition video and multi-channel audio
RS-232 for system control
10/100BASE-T Ethernet for content and/or IP control to a smart TV or other network device
two-way infrared (IR) remote control commands
USB HID (USB v1.1) for Keyboard, Video, Mouse (KVM) and other interactive applications
All you need to create a simple, reliable system is a Celerity Fiber Optic Gateway control box or wall plate transmitter, a matching Celerity control box or wall plate receiver, and enough length of this high-speed fiber optic control cable to tie them together. It's a tidy solution that makes sense for a range of multi-room audio/video applications.
Since the cable is fiber optic, there's no signal loss, even over long runs, and it's impervious to interference from appliances, wireless devices, computers, or other noisy electronic equipment. Your audio/video content and data will arrive at its destination looking and sounding as good as when it started.
Easy two-step installation
Celerity Fiber Optic Gateway systems are installed using a simple two-step process. First, pre-wire your setup by running the Fiber Optic Control Cable from your source to your display. The cable features pre-terminated mini digital connectors at each end that make it easier to pull. Celerity cables are thin and flexible so you can easily run them along baseboards, and install them in concealed locations, conduit, plenum spaces, and cabling raceways.
Step two: simply attach the cable's mini digital connectors to your Celerity transmitter and receiver. You can use either a control box or wall plate on each end. Then plug in your sending and receiving A/V components, and you're done. The transmitter and receiver's electronics are each powered by included USB-AC adapters.
Note: Celerity Fiber Optic Gateway cable is not compatible with Celerity Fiber Optic HDMI detachable connectors.