Thunderbolt Optical Cable by Corning - 10 m/33 ft.
Thunderbolt Optical Cables by Corning use the power of light to transfer audio, video and data between your Mac and other devices at 10 Gbit/s speeds and over longer distances. These thin, light cables are amazingly durable and remarkably tough, yet they can be bent, squeezed and tangled.
Thunderbolt is a revolutionary I/O technology that supports high-resolution displays and high-performance data devices via one simple port and a cable that carries both DisplayPort and PCI Express data. And it’s standard on every Mac.
PCI Express is the technology that links all the high-performance components in a Mac. And it’s built into Thunderbolt, which means you can get PCI Express speed outside the box.
Thunderbolt gives you up to 10 Gbps in both directions, allowing for super-fast data transfer between peripherals. You also have enough bandwidth to daisy-chain multiple high-speed devices without using a hub or switch.
Thunderbolt also provides double the power of USB 3.0, delivering 10 watts to peripherals for improved performance on the go.
10 Gbit/s bi-directional, dual channel with Thunderbolt
Compatible with Thunderbolt 2, 20 Gbit/s
Data and video on a single cable
Daisy-chain up to six Thunderbolt devices
Ultra-slim, "zero-bend" radius cable
Electrically isolated, noise-reducing design
Class 1 Laser Product
What’s in the Box
Thunderbolt Optical Cable by Corning
Cable type : Thunderbolt
Cable length : 10 m/33 ft.
Connections : Thunderbolt 2
Width : 0.12 in./0.3 cm
Weight : 98 g
UPC or EAN No. : 021615020221
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Answers from the community
Does this Thunderbolt cable support Thunderbolt 2 at 20Gbit/Sec Bi-directionally if connecting Tbolt devices on both ends?
- Asked by Michael B from Cambridge
- on Oct 20, 2014
According to the manufactures web site, the cable is capable of running at both thunderbolt 1 and 2 According to the manufactures web site, the cable is capable of running at both thunderbolt 1 and 2 speeds, depending on the devices its connected to. As an example, if both machines support Thunderbolt Two it will run at the full 20Gb/s throughput, however if one of the two machines is Thunderbolt 1, the transfer speed will only be 10Gb/s between the machines.
- Answered by Casey M from Warren
- on Nov 12, 2014
can i use this cable to connect my mba to thunderbolt screen for watching movies?
- Asked by steven J from turriff
- on Dec 31, 2014
Yes, but this may be a very expensive alternative. Maybe try the apple one first.
- Answered by Joshua T
- on Jan 25, 2015
Is this cable rated to run behind a wall?
No answers yet
- Asked by Derrick S from Fayetteville
- on Aug 7, 2016
Can this be cut to allow for an SC, LC, or ST connector placed in-between the Tbolt connection heads to support a fiber optic building infrastructure?
- Asked by Christopher P from Arlington
- on May 5, 2014
You would need to ensure that you maintain within the Rx spec for the transceiver. Also you would ha You would need to ensure that you maintain within the Rx spec for the transceiver. Also you would have to have the tools and skills to be able to splice the fibre and to terminate on to your chosen connector type.
1 Answer(Can this be cut to allow for an SC, LC, or ST connector placed in-between the Tbolt connection heads to support a fiber optic building infrastructure?)
- Answered by Pantelis P from London
- on Oct 17, 2014
can i connect a thunder bolt display with a I mac 10m cable
- Asked by TIMOTHY J F from BENTON
- on Mar 2, 2014
Yes you can. As long as the cable is labelled as Thunderbolt, then you can have your iMac connected Yes you can. As long as the cable is labelled as Thunderbolt, then you can have your iMac connected to a Thunderbolt display no matter what length it is or what type of thunderbolt cable.
- Answered by Michael L from Barrie
- on Jul 31, 2014