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ITM Components | For all your connectivity needs

ITM Components began trading in 1991 and has over 20 years experience meeting customer requirements on a range of bespoke or custom solutions.

We are able to supply you with a wide range of Professional AV Systems, Video and KVM Switches, WiFi Antennas, USB, Coaxial and Ethernet Cabling, Ethernet Switches, Lightning Protectors, Insertion/Extraction Tools, Weatherproof Enclosures, WLAN Amplifiers, Fiber Optic Cabling and Converters, Patch Panels / Rackmount and Rack Drawers, Connectors, Adapters and Couplers, Environmental Monitoring Systems, PC104, Digital and Analogue IO Cards and much, much more. Please use our new autocomplete site search to find the product you need.

Whether you are an Industrial, Commercial, or Government Establishment, an installer or a private individual, we look forward to fulfilling your connectivity requirements.


Extend 4K without hurting your pocket

October 13, 2016

We have just had a look at the new NTI XTENDEX® 4K HDMI extender and it really is the business. As a low-cost option for expanding your HDMI setup throughout your home or business, it's second to none. Each ST-C64K-300 video extender consists of a local unit that connects to an HDMI source and a remote unit that connects to an...

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RJ45 Couplers from L-Com

September 09, 2016

  L-com provides an overview of their RJ45 coupler products. L-com offers an extensive line of RJ45 couplers to address many connectivity applications. L-Com stock Category 3, 5e, 6 and 6a RJ45 couplers and they are all engineered to bring high performance in a compact design. For applications involving EMI (electromagnetic interference) and RFI (radio frequency interference), L-com offers a...

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Choosing a NEMA Enclosure

August 31, 2016

A fully functional network is, of course, vital. A NEMA enclosure is one of the surest ways to safe-guard your valuable equipment. NEMA enclosures are ideal for wired and wireless networks to protect critical equipment from the environment, chemicals, physical contact, theft and damage. They are designed to protect against a range of threats and keep enclosed, sensitive electronics safe. The National...

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What's a Zettabyte? How to keep up with the Data Explosion

August 03, 2016

Total traffic on the internet this year is going to surpass the one zettabyte (1 billion terabytes) mark. An IDC study sponsored by storage giant EMC tells us that we need to buy more storage because the digital universe will reach 40 zettabytes by 2020. Let's put this in context, though. You won't be able to buy petabyte hard drives...

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