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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, Door Entry Systems and much, much more. Please use our new autocomplete site search functionality 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.


Bierkeller Bar, Cardiff, uses Aten Modular Matrix Solution

April 27, 2016

This impressive 40 screen solution over 3 rooms at the Bierkeller bar in Cardiff demonstrates how installing Aten Matrix Switches can produce stunning results. By setting up three VM1600 modular matrix switches, the Bierkeller could provide several different distributed inputs across the 40 screens. The staff control the screens and the switching via the VK2100 control system. HDMI extension from...

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802.3bt Power over Ethernet: Increasing Possibilities

April 25, 2016

Possibilities have expanded for Power over Ethernet (PoE) with the development of 802.3bt PoE. The main benefit of PoE is that it provides power to communication devices where no AC power source is available. So with no power lines to run, PoE saves substantially on installation costs and makes configuration much easier because the power source is within the data...

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"RG" Numbers for Coaxial Cables – What on earth do they mean?

March 29, 2016

  "RG" means "Radio Guide" and was the original military specification for coax cable back in the thirties. RG-1 turned out to be pretty unpopular, whereas RG-6 became wildly successful! RG Numbers are generally just an indicator of size. The actual performance of two different RG6 coax cables, for example, can be very different. Most RG numbers refer to cables...

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