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  • What is the difference between Cat6, Cat5e and Cat5 cables?

    What is the difference between Cat6, Cat5e and Cat5 cables?

    What is Category 5 cable? Category 5 also has 4 pairs of twisted-pair copper cable wire, which are terminated by RJ45 connectors. Category 5 cables have a bandwidth of up to 100 MHz and speeds of up to gigabit (1000 Mbps). Category 5 cables can be used in ATM, token ring, Ethernet 1000Base-T, 100Bas... read more

    May 12,2020 News
  • Reasons for using video cables and types of video cables

    Reasons for using video cables and types of video cables

    Video line definition In short, a video cable is a cable used to transmit video signals from one source to another. They are sometimes called coaxial cables because most video cables available today are coaxial cables. Reasons for using different video cables Different video cables are used for diff... read more

    May 21,2020 News
  • What are the benefits of fiber optic cabling?

    What are the benefits of fiber optic cabling?

    1. Longer distance-Because of the low attenuation (signal loss) rate, the signal transmitted through the optical cable can be 50 times longer than the signal transmitted using copper wire, without the need for a signal repeater to maintain the signal over a long distance like copper wire What about ... read more

    May 27,2020 News
  • What are the types of cables?

    What are the types of cables?

    1.Unshielded / shielded twisted pair-this is the type of cable used for many Ethernets. There are four pairs of wires in the cable. There is a very thick plastic partition that can isolate each pair of cables by cables. Each pair of wires is twisted, so there is no interference from other devices on... read more

    Jun 01,2020 News
  • What are the types and applications of cables?(2)

    What are the types and applications of cables?(2)

    1. Power Cable The products are mainly used in the transmission of strong electric energy in the generation, distribution, transmission, transformation and power supply lines. The passing current is large (tens of amperes to thousands of amperes), and the voltage is high (220V to 500kV and above). 2... read more

    Jun 09,2020 News