Cables

  1. iPhone Lightning Cable Adapter for Audio & Charging

    What are Lightning Cables?

    Lightning cables are a type of cable designed to be used specifically with iPhones. Functionally, they are very similar to the standard types of USB cables used with Android phones. Lightning cables are proprietary to Apple and the only type of connection that will work for charging most iPhones or connecting them to other devices.

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    Apple introduced Lightning cables in September 2012 to replace older, bulkier connectors. Any

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  2. Cable Jackets

    There are a few key terms that apply to all cables, one of the main ones being the type of jacket a cable uses. The jacket is the exterior of the cable and can be made from a variety of materials. It is important to ensure that any cable has the appropriate jacket for the location it will be installed.

    PVC

    PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride), also called CMR (Communications Multipurpose, Riser), cable is the most common cable jacket. This is the type of jacket on a standard cable that you could find off-the-shelf at a store. They are designed with a degree of fire resistance to stop flames from traveling along the cables and spreading through buildings in the event of an emergency. Beyond that, PVC has no special features.

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  3. Solid vs. Stranded Cables

    Some types of cables can be either solid or stranded. These terms both refer to the metal core at the center of the cable and are options for ethernet cables as well as some coax cables. Solid cables are made from solid metal while stranded cables are made of many hair-thin strands that are woven together. Each version has a number of advantages and disadvantages over the other.

    Solid

    Solid cables have a core made from a single metal line, typically copper or copper-clad steel. It is the more common of than stranded, being less costly. The single, thick strand of metal is more resistant to damage such as corrosion and makes the cables easy to manufacture. This also renders them more compact, allowing solid cables to be thinner than their stranded counterparts. Despite being thinner, the solid core makes solid cables less flexible

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  4. RCA Male to S-Video Female Adapter

    This is the RCA Male to S-Video Female Adapter The S-Video adapters are the perfect way to quickly change the gender or connection type of an existing cable. This adapter is a RCA Male connector opposite a S-Video Female connector, enabling the adapter to join two S-Video cables together. The RCA Male to S-Video Female adapter is a bi-directional adapter, allowing you to capture both forward and backward temporal relationships between cables. For more information on our products please contact our customer service department at 888-519-9505 For all your cable and connector needs choose SHow Me Cables.

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  5. ¼ Inch Mono Male to RCA Female Adapter

    This is the ¼ Inch Mono Male to RCA Female Adapter. 1/4" mono plug features a heavy duty nickel-plated copper alloy tip, while it’s body is housed in a protective plastic casing. Solder terminals are tin electroplated for ease of soldering. ¼ inch is noticeably larger and is also quite common. It is typically used for analog signals, primarily audio. These connectors are commonly used on headphones, amplifiers, instruments, speakers, and much more. The ¼ inch mono male Solder Connector is a quick and easy solution for your audio projects. For more information on our products, you can give our customer service department a call at 888-519-9505. For all your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables.

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  6. ATX 24-Pin Power Supply Extension Cable - 12 Inch

    This is the ATX 24 - Pin Power Supply Extension Cable - 12 Inch While many connectors carry power in addition to data, some connectors are used specifically to provide power connections to devices. Most computer hard drives, optical drives, and other internal peripherals get power through what is typically called a “Molex” connector. Molex connectors are designed to carry a lot of current: up to 11A per pin. Using this cable allows you to upgrade without having to buy a new power supply. This 12 inch cable is designed with high-quality materials that allow for the best electrical conductivity. With ATX Power 24-Pin Male and Female connectors, you can easily extend your power to meet any length needed. For more information on our products please contact our customer service department at 888-519-9505 For all

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  7. Molex 4-Pin Male to Female Power Extension Cable - 6 Inch

    Molex 4-Pin Male to Female Power Extension Cable - 6 Inch While many connectors carry power in addition to data, some connectors are used specifically to provide power connections to devices. Using these cables allow you to upgrade without having to buy a new power supply. This 6 inch cable is designed with high-quality materials that allow for the best electrical conductivity. With Molex 4-Pin Female and Male connectors, you can easily extend the length of your Molex 4-Pin to meet any length required. For more information on our products please contact our customer service department at 888-519-9505 For all your cable and connector needs choose Show Me Cables.

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  8. Motherboard P4 12V 4-Pin to Molex 4-Pin Power Adapter Cable 12 Inch

    Motherboard P4 12V 4-Pin to Molex 4-Pin Power Adapter Cable 12 Inch While many connectors carry power in addition to data, some connectors are used specifically to provide power connections to devices. Most computer hard drives, optical drives, and other internal peripherals get power through what is typically called a “Molex” connector. Molex connectors are designed to carry a lot of current: up to 11A per pin. Using this cable allows you to upgrade without having to buy a new power supply. This 12 inch cable is designed with high-quality materials that allow for the best electrical conductivity. With Motherboard 12V 4-Pin Female and Molex male connectors, you can easily upgrade your system to a Pentium 4 system. For more information on our products please contact our customer service department at 888-519-9505

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  9. Molex 4-Pin Male to 2 SATA Female Y Cable 6 Inch

    Molex 4-Pin Male to 2 SATA Female Y Cable 6 Inch While many connectors carry power in addition to data, some connectors are used specifically to provide power connections to devices. Most computer hard drives, optical drives, and other internal peripherals get power through what is typically called a “Molex” connector. Molex connectors are designed to carry a lot of current: up to 11A per pin. Using this cable is perfect for when you want to upgrade your system using SATA power. This 6 inch cable is designed with high-quality materials that allow for the best electrical conductivity. With Molex 4-Pin male and 2 SATA right angle Female connectors, you can easily power 2 different SATA devices with 1 Molex cable. For more information on our products please contact our customer service department at 888-519-9505

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  10. Motherboard P4 12V 4-Pin Power Extension Cable - Male/Female - 12 Inch

    Motherboard P4 12V 4-Pin Power Extension Cable - Male/Female - 12 Inch While many connectors carry power in addition to data, some connectors are used specifically to provide power connections to devices. Using these cables allow you to upgrade without having to buy a new power supply. This 12 inch cable is designed with high-quality materials that allow for the best electrical conductivity. With Motherboard P4 12V 4-Pin Female and Male connectors, you can easily extend the length of your P4 12V to meet any length required. For more information on our products please contact our customer service department at 888-519-9505 For all your cable and connector needs choose Show Me Cables.

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