The KOMODO control cable is not long enough to reach from the camera to where the monitor is mounted (such as on a gimbal).
We do not currently (January 2021) offer a longer KOMODO cable. However, an extension can be built to enable a longer reach. We would recommend building an extension on the 9-pin side of the cable, using a 9-pin female and 9-pin male connector with a simple 1-to-1 connection between them. You can find the specs for the KOMODO's 9-pin connection here:
The connection between the monitor and the camera uses the RS-232 protocol (a processor in our cable converts the USB to the RS-232 protocol). Longer cable runs to remote cameras may require commercial solutions for extending the range of an RS-232 signal, such as an RS-232 to Ethernet solution. You may need to create a custom 9-pin LEMO to D-sub cable for each side of that connection. If you're using a Focus Pro, another option would be to use a 5-pin LEMO to USB adapter, then connect a standard USB to RS-232 converter with a D-sub connection, then connect the D-sub to your RS-232 extension system. On the camera side you may need to build a custom D-sub to 9-pin LEMO connection to connect to your camera. A 5-pin LEMO to USB adapter is available here:
If you're using one of our Smart 7 monitors you would want to use a micro USB to full-size USB adapter (commonly marketed as a USB On-The-Go adapter) instead of the 5-pin LEMO to USB adapter.