Monthly Archives: November 2017

  1. N Female Crimp For RG213 - Easy Install For Your Coax Cable

    Are you looking for a quick and easy installation or repair for your coax cable? Our N Female Crimp Connector for RG8 A/U and RG213 is an easy to use, 3-piece design for terminating your cable. The 3 piece connector consists of the connector housing, a ferrule, and the female pin. For this installation you will need: RG8 A/U or RG213 coax cable, a strip tool, a crimp tool, and the crimp connector. First, slide the ferrule onto the outside jacket. Then strip back the jacket and dielectric using the strip tool. The advantage of using a coax stripper is that it will strip back the jacket and dielectric at the same time. In general, the jacket should be stripped about ½ an inch and dielectric down to ¼ of an inch. Pull back the braided shield and insert the pin onto the center conductor. Crimp the female pin using the crimp tool. Many c

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  2. N Female Crimp For LMR600 - Easy Install For Your Coax Cable

    Are you looking for a quick and easy installation or repair for your coax cable? Our N Female Crimp Connector for LMR-600 is an easy to use, 3-piece design for terminating your cable. The 3 piece connector consists of the connector housing, a ferrule, and the female pin. For this installation you will need: LMR-600 coax cable, a strip tool, a crimp tool, and the crimp connector. First, slide the ferrule onto the outside jacket. Then strip back the jacket and dielectric using the strip tool. The advantage of using a coax stripper is that it will strip back the jacket and dielectric at the same time. In general, the jacket should be stripped about ½ an inch and dielectric down to ¼ of an inch. Pull back the braided shield and insert the pin onto the center conductor. Crimp the female pin using the crimp tool. Many connectors will h

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  3. N Female Crimp For LMR240 - Easy Install For Your Coax Cable

    Are you looking for a quick and easy installation or repair for your coax cable? Our N Female Crimp Connector for LMR-240 is an easy to use, 3-piece design for terminating your cable. The 3 piece connector consists of the connector housing, a ferrule, and the female pin. For this installation you will need: LMR-240 coax cable, a strip tool, a crimp tool, and the crimp connector. First, slide the ferrule onto the outside jacket. Then strip back the jacket and dielectric using the strip tool. The advantage of using a coax stripper is that it will strip back the jacket and dielectric at the same time. In general, the jacket should be stripped about ½ an inch and dielectric down to ¼ of an inch. Pull back the braided shield and insert the pin onto the center conductor. Crimp the female pin using the crimp tool. Many connectors will h

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  4. N Female Crimp For RG8x - Easy Install For Your Coax Cable

    Are you looking for a quick and easy installation or repair for your coax cable? Our N Female Crimp Connector for RG8x is an easy to use, 3-piece design for terminating your cable. The 3 piece connector consists of the connector housing, a ferrule, and the female pin. For this installation you will need: RG8x coax cable, a strip tool, a crimp tool, and the crimp connector. First, slide the ferrule onto the outside jacket. Then strip back the jacket and dielectric using the strip tool. The advantage of using a coax stripper is that it will strip back the jacket and dielectric at the same time. In general, the jacket should be stripped about ½ an inch and dielectric down to ¼ of an inch. Pull back the braided shield and insert the pin onto the center conductor. Crimp the female pin using the crimp tool. Many connectors will have a s

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  5. N Female Crimp For RG214 - Easy Install For Your Coax Cable

    Are you looking for a quick and easy installation or repair for your coax cable? Our N Female Crimp Connector for RG9B/U & RG214/U is an easy to use, 3-piece design for terminating your cable. The 3 piece connector consists of the connector housing, a ferrule, and the female pin. For this installation you will need: RG9B/U or RG214/U coax cable, a strip tool, a crimp tool, and the crimp connector. First, slide the ferrule onto the outside jacket. Then strip back the jacket and dielectric using the strip tool. The advantage of using a coax stripper is that it will strip back the jacket and dielectric at the same time. In general, the jacket should be stripped about ½ an inch and dielectric down to ¼ of an inch. Pull back the braided shield and insert the pin onto the center conductor. Crimp the female pin using the crimp tool. Many c

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  6. Ecore DuroRacks Hinged Wall Mount Bracket Installation - Save Space by Using a Wall Bracket

    The Ecore DuroRacks Hinged Wall Mount Bracket is available in sizes between 1-6 RU. For this example we will be installing the 1RU bracket, but the installation instructions will apply to all sizes of the wall mount brackets. For this installation you will need: a drill with a 5/16ths drill bit, a philips screwdriver, a hammer, a level, and a pencil. the first step is to make sure your bracket is level. Then mark with a pencil where the holes need to be drilled. Drill out the holes and hammer in the provided wall anchors. Insert the screws and washers into the anchors and hand tighten. Finish installation by using your screwdriver. To install your rack equipment, simply screw onto the front of the bracket using standard rack screws. The bracket is designed with a hinge for easy access to your equipment. These are perfect for any home,

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  7. Modular Crimp Tool For Cat6a & Cat7 - Speed Up Your Data Installation

    Do you need to install or repair your ethernet data cable? Our Ratcheting Modular Crimp Tool for Cat6a and Cat7 will provide a reliable and versatile solution for cable termination. The crimp tool is perfect for ethernet cable with a large outside diameter, but will work with all styles of RJ45 connectors. The tool is front loaded, making it possible for easy termination for RJ45 connectors with an extended strain relief. It also features a small round opening on the side of the tool for crimping the strain relief onto the cable jacket. The tool is lightweight and uses a ratcheting crimp style to provide a quick and complete crimp cycle on every termination. Speed up your cable terminations by using the Ratcheting Modular Crimp Tool for Cat6a and Cat7. For all of your data installation needs, choose Show Me Cables.

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  8. Shielded RJ45 Connector For Cat6a & Cat7 - DIY Installation For Ethernet Cabling

    Do you need to install or repair your ethernet data cable? Our shielded RJ45 connector for Cat6a and Cat7 will provide a high quality, reliable connection for your data needs. For this installation you will need: Cat6a or Cat7 cable, a strip tool, scissors, the shielded connector, and a crimp tool. Please be aware that our shielded connectors for Cat6a or Cat7 require a specialty crimper and are not recommended to be used with a standard Cat5e or Cat6 crimp tool. Start by using the cable stripper to score the outside jacket. You will only need to rotate a few times as you do not want to damage the connectors inside the jacket. Pull off the outer jacket to reveal the overall shield. Remove the shield from around the conductors and fold back the drain wire. For Cat7 cable, there is an additional shield surrounding each pair. If you are installing

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  9. Right Angle Huawei CRC9 Crimp Connector - Perfect for DIY Coax Projects

    Are you looking for a quick and easy DIY installation or repair for your coax cable? Our Right Angle CRC9 Connectors will provide a simple solution for your wiring needs. The 3 piece connector consists of the connector housing, the pin, and the ferrule. For this installation you will need: A coax stripper, coax cable, a soldering iron, crimp tool, and the CRC9 connector. Keep in mind, you will want to make sure that your coax stripper, crimp tool, and connector match the coax cable that you are installing. Start by inserting the ferrule over the outer jacket of the cable. Then, using your cable stripper, strip back the outer jacket and dielectric. The advantage of using a cable stripper is that it will strip back the jacket and dielectric at the same time. Pull back the braided shield and Insert the pin onto the center conductor. Solder

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  10. BNC Male Compression Connector - Perfect for DIY Coax Projects

    Are you looking for a quick and easy installation or repair for your coax cable? Our BNC Male Compression Connectors will provide a simple solution for your wiring needs. Compression connectors are a single piece, making installation quick and easy without the need for any additional small pieces that can be hard to keep track of. For this installation you will need: A strip tool, coax cable, a compression tool, and the compression connector. Strip back the outer jacket and dielectric using the strip tool. The advantage of using a coax stripper is that it will strip back both the jacket and dielectric at the same time. Fold back the braided shield and insert the connector housing onto the cable jacket. You will need to push firmly and apply pressure to make sure that full contact is made between the center conductor and the center pin.

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