Stewart Connector adds HDMI version 1.4 connectors

Jan. 29, 2020
Stewart’s HDMI connectors combine both video and multi-channel audio into a single-port connection, helping to eliminate cost and confusion of multiple cables in complex A/V systems.

Stewart Connector (Glen Rock, PA), a Bel group company (NASDAQ: BELFA and BELFB) and global manufacturer of high-speed connectors used in data communication applications, today announced the release of its HDMI version 1.4 connectors.

The manufacturer says the new HDMI connectors are designed to deliver the highest quality high-definition content in an economical and easy-to-use design. Stewart’s HDMI connectors combine both video and multi-channel audio into a single port connection helping to eliminate cost and confusion of multiple cables in complex A/V systems.

The manufacturer notes its HDMI connectors have 30 micro-inches of gold on the contacts, a compact and user-friendly design, mounting flanges, and are fully shielded. The HDMI version 1.4 connectors can be used in digital TV’s, set-top boxes, high definition monitors, audio/visual receivers and various IoT applications.

Part numbers for the new connectors include the following:

belfuse.com/stewart-connectorSS-53000-003 - HDMI Vertical Connector without Flange

Stewart Connector products are available from distribution via Digi-Key, Mouser and Newark. For more information, contact a Stewart Connector sales representative at belfuse.com.

For technical assistance email [email protected]. For more information, download the products' data sheet.

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