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CAT7 / CAT7A RJ45 and Keystone Jack Compatibility

Posted by Quan Thach on

CAT7 and CAT7A Cable There have been many questions and concerns with CAT 7 and CAT 7A cable and the wiring compatibilities. With the cable being fairly new to the general market the answers can be unclear or even difficult to find. In this article I will cover the basics of CAT7A cable and the type of products that are compatible. For the sake of cutting down repetition, I will just mention CAT7A which will cover both CAT7 and CAT7A cable. What is CAT7A Cable? CAT7A Cable is high speed 10 Gigabit F-Type cable consisting of 4 twisted pair conductors....

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Getting to know Electric Conductors

Posted by Tom N on

  On this post we cover the topic of electrical conductors. This covers most of the cable and wire you will use in your various installations. With all the different types of cables out ther, the wire you are using is most likely manufactures with copper. Before we jump into the importance of copper let’s get into what an electric conductor is. An electric conductor is material that transports electrical charges from one point to another.  The current is created by the movement of negatively charged electronics and positively charged holes with positive or negative ions. For an electric conductor...

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What Is CAT8 Cable and When Will It Be Available?

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If you’ve been in the Datacom and Networking business, you would be familiar with some of the Ethernet cables available such as CAT 5E, CAT 6, and CAT 7. Well, the latest network copper cable will be known as CAT 8 Cable, no surprise there right? This article will cover the basic idea of what CAT 8 cable is and the performance you can expect. Twisted Pair CAT 8 Cable Standards To keep it simple, the reason why copper cables are twisted as pairs, is because the twisting of two wires would help contain the electromagnetic field that would be...

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Cable Management: Why Is It Important?

Posted by Tom N on

The overall process of cable management is important to any companies’ cable setup. Whether it be gigantic data centers or one room installations, clean cable organization is a win win for both sides. The cable itself is vital for your business to be up and running so proper care should always be considered. Lets take a look at some reasons why taking care of your cable installation is important. Efficiency Making our installations more efficient is one of the most beneficial tasks a person should consider. Not only does it save time but can decrease issues down the line. This...

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What is Reelex II Packaging?

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Get information on what Reelex cable technology is. Learn the importance of this technology in Bulk Cable and its tangle free design. Cable packaging is very important to ensure the quality performance during your installations. Read More

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