The DVI−D passive flying lead is the right complement for the Digital Runner when a wall plate is not required. It is most commonly used when connecting a PC to a monitor or projector. Whether hanging a flat panel TV in a home or installing a commercial digital signage system, you can count on a crisp, clean signal up to 1080p.
When using the Digital Runner at lengths up to 35 feet, a passive flying lead or wall plate is required on each end. When using the Digital Runner at lengths up to 100 feet, a passive break−away is required only at the source end. Terminate with flying leads (with lengths up to 10 feet), or with wall plates to meet the specific requirements of your installation.
Note: Each complete RapidRun solution requires a passive break−away flying lead or passive wall plate on both ends of Runner cables up to and including 35 feet. For Runners 50 feet and longer, each solution requires a passive break−away flying lead or passive wall plate on the source end, and an active break−away flying lead or active wall plate on the display end to terminate the runner cable.