Ethernet cable


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Ethernet cable

A telephone-like RJ-45 cable used in an Ethernet network, which is the universal standard for local area networks. See RJ-45, crossover cable, cable categories and Ethernet.
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Standard industrial-grade Ethernet cable is designed to address the needs of industrial applications but is unable to be routed in cable trays.
To utilise these communication capabilities, Ethernet cables are used to connect devices like PCs, switches and routers, to transmit and receive data.
"The need to troubleshoot hardened Industrial Ethernet cable is best met by a tester specifically designed for the industrial environment that is easy to use, reliable and offers the ability to indicate a variety of wiring faults.
They also alleviate the need to install Ethernet cable. This makes them faster to install than full-scale IP systems because the cameras and wiring remain the same.
supplier of Plenum copper ethernet cable for export to the Dominican Republic was urgently needed by Global Repfind, in an announcement in late February.
High-speed digital communication is achieved via ArcLink over a CAN connection or now with ArcLink XT, the ArcLink protocol can be connected via Ethernet cable. Lincoln Electric, www.rsleads.com/804tp-192
HD Communications' Wi-Fi wireless access point installs in a wall using a standard CAT5 Ethernet cable to power it and retrieve data.
Power over Ethernet allows the camera to use a single Ethernet cable for data transmission and power.
Amon added that the CRM allows the radio to be powered by its Ethernet cable up to 300 feet away from the power source.
New high-speed Ethernet capability transmits data to a PC or laptop for display using a standard Ethernet cable.
Plug one end of the first Ethernet cable into the network port on the desktop PC.
I always travel with an extra-extra long power cord and a 40 foot Ethernet cable. I'm really elitist about it.