Cables

  1. Digital Audio Coax Interconnect Patch Cable - 3 FT

    Digital Audio Coax Interconnect Patch Cables are a great upgrade from the cables typically included with consumer electronics products. Low-loss 75ohm oxygen-free copper center conductors and foam dielectric provides improved sound quality and performance. The 100% aluminum foil and dual braid shields protect against unwanted noise and interference. Molded connectors with a flexible jacket allow for easy installation and identification. The 24K gold plated connectors ensure long-lasting performance. Features: Length: 3 ft Made from UL 2919 listed cable 24k gold plated connectors High retention connectors for a secure connection Fully molded

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  2. How to Terminate a EZ-RJ12 and EZ-RJ11 Feed Through Modular Plug - Round Cable

    For direct access to this product please click on this link. https://www.showmecables.com/EZ-RJ12-... In this video ShowMeCables will show you how to terminate a EZ-RJ11/RJ12 connector. The EZ-RJ11/RJ12 connector provides an easy to see wire pattern. Each conductor inserts through the connector and out the front for fast termination. When using the EZ-RJ45 crimp tool you can crimp and cut the cable quickly saving valuable time. Reduce waste and reduce costs by getting it right the first time with the EZ-RJ11/RJ12 connectors. Features: Easily verify your pinout prior to crimping UL Listed Rohs Compliant One piece design Works with solid or stranded cable

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  3. 66 Wiring Block - Easily Route Your Cable In the Home or Office

    Do you need to route your cable throughout your home or office? Our 50 pair 66 wiring block will provide you with a clean and professional solution for your wiring needs. A 66 block will accept an incoming phone or data line from your service provider and allow you to route the connections to wherever they are needed A wiring block will have 4 columns. To understand how the routing will work, let’s take a look at a single row. On this row there are 4 contacts. Contact 1 and 2 are for the incoming line and contacts 3 and 4 are for the outgoing line. Contact 1 is wired directly to Contact 2 and contact 3 is connected directly to contact 4. So the question is, how do we make them talk to each other? For this example, we’ll do a simple 1 pair connection. You will take the incoming line and punch down into contact 1. You will then tak

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  4. 66 Wiring Block with Male & Female Telco - Easily Route Your Cable In the Home or Office

    Do you need to route your cable throughout your home or office? Our pre-terminated 66 wiring block will provide you with a clean and professional solution for your wiring needs. A 66 block will accept an incoming phone or data line from your service provider and allow you to route the connections to wherever they are needed A wiring block will have 4 columns. To understand how the routing will work, let’s take a look at a single row. On this row there are 4 contacts. Contact 1 and 2 are for the incoming line and contacts 3 and 4 are for the outgoing line. Contact 1 is wired directly to Contact 2 and contact 3 is connected directly to contact 4. So the question is, how do we make them talk to each other? For this example, we’ll do a simple 1 pair connection. You will take the incoming line and punch down into contact 1. You will the

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  5. Cat7 Patch Cables - High Speed Ethernet, Perfect for Interconnect and Patch Panels

    Do you need a reliable, high speed data connection for your home, office, or business? Our Cat7 patch cables are made using 4 twisted pairs of 26 gauge pure copper conductors and offers a double shielded jacket. Each pair has an individual shield in addition to an overall foil shield for maximum protection against EMI interference. The cables are made using stranded conductors for maximum flexibility and are pre-terminated with RJ45 connectors and cable boots. Cat7 is capable of bandwidth of 600MHz and is the next step in ethernet cabling, advancing from the current uses of Cat6. Cat6 can send a 10 gigabit signal between 37-55 meters, while Cat7 can support 10 gigabit ethernet up to 100 meters. Cat7 is backwards compatible with Cat6a, Cat6 and Cat5e and will work with any existing networking equipment. Our Cat7 patch cables provide a high

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  6. Cat7 Bulk Cable - High Speed Ethernet Cable, Perfect for Installation

    Do you need a reliable, high speed data connection for your home, office, or business? Our Cat7 bulk cable is made using 4 twisted pairs of 23 gauge pure copper conductors. They are available in multiple colors as well as either a standard PVC or outdoor rated jacket. Cat7 is a dual shielded cable, offering an individual shield for each pair in addition to an overall braided shield for maximum protection against EMI interference. The outdoor rated jacket is suitable for an outdoor installation and is protected against weather and UV damage. Our Cat7 bulk cable is capable of bandwidth of 850MHz and prevents alien crosstalk up to 750MHz. Cat7 is the next step in ethernet cabling, advancing from the current uses of Cat6. Cat6 can send a 10 gigabit signal between 37-55 meters, while Cat6a can support 10 gigabit ethernet up to 100 meters. Cat6a

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  7. N Male Crimp for RG8 & RG213 - Terminate or Repair Your Coax Cable

    Are you looking for a quick and easy installation or repair for your coax cable? Our N Male Crimp Connector for RG8 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 male pin. For this installation you will need: RG8 or RG13 cable, a strip tool, a crimp tool, and the crimp connector. Start inserting the ferrule over the jacket. Then use the strip tool to get rid of the excess jacket and dielectric in one smooth motion. Pull back the braided shield. Crimp the male pin onto the center conductor. Then place the connector onto the cable and pull the ferrule up to the base of the connector, folding the shield with it. Then, use the crimp tool to terminate the ferrule onto the jacket. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables

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  8. N Male Crimp for RG58 & LMR195 - Terminate or Repair Your Coax Cable

    Are you looking for a quick and easy installation or repair for your coax cable? Our N Male Crimp Connector for RG58 and LMR-195 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 male pin. For this installation you will need: RG58 or LMR-195 cable, a strip tool, a crimp tool, and the crimp connector. Start inserting the ferrule over the jacket. Then use the strip tool to get rid of the excess jacket and dielectric in one smooth motion. Pull back the braided shield. Crimp the male pin onto the center conductor. Then place the connector onto the cable and pull the ferrule up to the base of the connector, folding the shield with it. Then, use the crimp tool to terminate the ferrule onto the jacket. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show

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  9. 3.5mm Plastic Stereo Plug - DIY Project to Repair Your Audio Cable

    Do you have a DIY project or repair that you need to make? Our 3.5mm stereo connector will provide an inexpensive solution for creating a dual channel audio cable. A stereo connector can be identified by the two black plastic bands near the tip of the cable. 3.5mm refers to the diameter of the plug. It is the most common size plug for small electronic devices such as headphones. This connector contains an all metal plug and soldering points. The plastic shell and strain relief protect the solder points on the connector. To install the connector, you will need: A soldering iron, solder, a wire stripper and cable. Since this is a stereo connector, our cable will need two center conductors and a shield. Unscrew the strain relief and slide it onto the audio cable. Using a cable stripper, strip back the cable jacket. Twist the shield together.

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  10. 3.5mm Deluxe Stereo Plug - DIY Project to Repair Your Audio Cable

    Do you have a DIY project or repair that you need to make? Our Deluxe 3.5mm stereo connector will provide an inexpensive solution for creating a dual channel audio cable. A stereo connector can be identified by the two black plastic bands near the tip of the cable. 3.5mm refers to the diameter of the plug. It is the most common size plug for small electronic devices such as headphones. The Deluxe connectors are made with a high gloss finish for added professional appearance and is made using a sturdy metal plug and soldering points. To install the connector, you will need: A soldering iron, solder, a wire stripper and cable. Since this is a stereo connector, our cable will need two center conductors and a shield. Unscrew the strain relief and slide it onto the audio cable. Using a cable stripper, strip back the cable jacket. Twist the shield

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