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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10 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Belden , a world leader in the development of signal transmission products for the industrial, building management, enterprise, broadcast, and security markets, has introduced a new Category 6 DataTuff(R) Twisted Pair cable, once again expanding its comprehensive family of Industrial Ethernet cables.
Each kit includes two Ethernet adapters, two Ethernet cables, a quick start guide, an installation CD, a user manual CD, and instructions for changing the encryption key.
The D-link Powerline Ethernet Adapter Kit (DHP-301) contains two adapters, two Ethernet cable and an installation compact disk.
The product's LAN MoCA connectivity solves the crucial "inside mile" problem associated with disseminating different content to different rooms in the house by distributing content over a home's existing coaxial cabling, eliminating the time and expense of stringing Ethernet cable.
With broad adoption of VoIP phone systems in the corporate sector, VAR's and reseller are quickly beginning to move from analog paging systems to networked paging devices that are easily connected to existing IP networks with a single Ethernet cable connection.
Del Mar was able to stick the Sentio in their rack, plug an Ethernet cable in, and start adding clients within minutes.
The new sensors can be deployed with AirDefense's ZeroCabling(TM) solution, which lowers the total cost of ownership by eliminating the need to pull an additional Ethernet cable.
For example, with direct access to the line side voltages from the Ethernet cable, the integrated diode bridges enable a proprietary early power loss indicator, which provides adequate time to save operating and status information before safely shutting down the powered device.
Also included is a DC-DC converter, which takes the 48V, fed by the PSE via the Cat5 ethernet cable, over either the spare pairs or the signal pairs.
NASDAQ: PDSN), a pioneer in Power over Ethernet (PoE) solutions, has announced today an innovative high-power controller, PD83000, which will support more PoE based devices by using 4-pairs of Ethernet Cable as opposed to two.
Support for Power over Ethernet allows for simplified installation in areas where power isn't available: used in combination with the company's SMCPWR-INJ3 power injector, data and power are easily sent to the access point with a standard RJ-45 Ethernet cable.
Power supply efficiency is crucial for PoE applications because limited input power is available over the Ethernet cable.