Powering Panasonic products, sending video and audio to external devices, transmitting digital audio signals, and emulating infrared remove control functions are four uses for Panasonic cables. The company produces a wide variety of cables each of which has a specific use.
Panasonic sells the K2CB2CB00022 AC power cord as a replacement cable for some of its products. In comparison, the K2CB2CB00020 AC power cord has a narrower use, as it's only compatible with select Panasonic portable Blu-ray disc players.
The RP-CDHS30-K HDMI cable can send video and audio data to external devices, such as monitors and televisions. Capable of sending up to 10.2 Gigabits of data due to its fiber components, the cable is compatible with 1080p, 2K, 4K and ARC displays. Panasonic claims that the cable can transmit data without any loss. The cable is 9.8 feet long.
Only able to transmit audio, the RP-CA2110A is an optical audio cable that sends audio digitally. The cable features square- and mini-plug ends and is 3.3 feet long. Designed for digital AV equipment, the cable is not suitable for outdoor use.
The SH-WR10 is an infrared blaster cable for home theater audio systems that works at temperatures between -4 and 140 degrees Fahrenheit. Able to withstand 250 volts for up to one minute, the cable features a small IR blaster on one end. It's 59 inches long.