ethernet cable


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Noun1.ethernet cable - any of several types of coaxial cable used in ethernets
coax, coax cable, coaxial cable - a transmission line for high-frequency signals
ethernet - a type of network technology for local area networks; coaxial cable carries radio frequency signals between computers at a rate of 10 megabits per second
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The first step in specifying a ruggedized Ethernet cable is a thorough evaluation of the conditions to which it will be subjected.
4 Meter Flat Grey Ethernet Cable For Touch 10; P/N # Cab-Dv10-4m Qty: 1
Belden Inc, a global leader in signal transmission solutions for mission-critical applications, has announced DataTuff TC Cat 5e cord sets with TC Listed industrial Ethernet cable.
unveiled the IENet PRO Industrial Ethernet Cable Tester.
Offering double the bandwidth of standard GigE cameras, the Dual GigE's simple interface features two Ethernet cables that improve security and ensure that data is maintained even if one Ethernet cable is disconnected.
To coincide with the initiative, ShowMeCables has discounted a swath of Ethernet cables and other related products, including varying lengths of shielded and unshielded Cat5e/Cat6 patch cables; Cat6 Keystone jacks; bulk boxes of PVC Cat6 cabling; and Ethernet cable splicing tools.
But the cables themselves are one of the most fragile items on the system and one damaged ethernet cable can stop the MLRS in its tracks.
Madison Cable vapor-proof Ethernet cable is a multi-conductor, gasoline, and oil-resistant cable designed to satisfy certain electrical, mechanical, and environmental requirements commonly found in gas and oil dispensing systems.
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.
The TeleAdapt Group has launched TeleLAN, an Ethernet cable system for connecting laptop computers to local area network (LAN) devices.
By using Active Ethernet, system installers now only have to run a single Ethernet cable to each Access Point base station, instead of separate power and data cables, saving up to $1,000 per access point installation.