VIVIFY HDMI cables are tested in real-life with visual inspection for any flicker, blackout, or other abnormalities that may occur when devices are connected. In the tables below, different scenarios were recreated.
All VIVIFY fiber optic HDMI cables have to pass two rounds of functionality tests before going to market. A functionality test is performed during the design verification stage with a second verification test done after mass production.
As we increasingly depend on smart devices, fast charging technology becomes a necessity to keep us going.
VIVIFY’s impedance test estimates the life expectancy of a product by connecting and disconnecting the cable 10,000 times.
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Cables go through a lot of abuse without customers realizing that they may have been damaged, as the parts are not usually visible.
Since cables can be used under harsh and demanding environmental conditions, we can still ensure that our products will perform well above expectations. Each VIVIFY cable undergoes two types of extreme environment stress tests.
A common issue with cables is damaging the connecting header while pulling during removal or accidentally tripping over the cable.
Each VIVIFY HDMI cable goes through extensive quality control testing before being packaged and sold to users. Our signal quality test is executed at 4 stages during the manufacturing process.