RJ45 connectors are largely effective for quickly growing networks and populating subnets for new classrooms, business sections, or whatever the environment. They make things easy in connecting Wi-Fi access points, and in addition are essential for constructing server networks.
After the initial install and testing process, however, you may come up against problems. Connections may loosen from repeated servicing or device replacement. Once you begin the task of hunting down network device problems, things can become frustrating and very time consuming.
Luckily, there is a way of eliminating this annoying problem.
With this in mind, we would like to introduce VPI's new range of Cat6 products, which all provide a far higher level of security for your RJ45 connections.
Use VPI’s Cat6 Shielded Vertical Keystone Jack with Lock, for instance, to firmly secure RJ45 connections. This fully shielded Keystone Jack is compatible with Gigabit Ethernet and prevents CAT6 cables from being accidentally or intentionally inserted or removed. A non-shielded version is also available.
Finally, you can use the CAT6 Shielded Lock Surface Mount Box to mount up to two CAT6 cables and secure RJ45 connections, again with the lock function. This is also, of course, available as a non-shielded version.
The new RJ45 security key is fully compatible with all these products. It is designed to easily unlock the connected Cat6 cable from the secured keystone jack, coupler, and surface mount box.
With VPI, you can rest assured that you have "total lockdown" on your ethernet network!
It is generally accepted that Active Optical HDMI cable is the high-speed HDMI signal transmission solution of the future. But on occasion we find HDMI AOC cable does not work after it has been installed? Why is that?
Very few manufacturers provide longer HDMI Cable. So what do you do when you need longer HDMI cable?
Actually, there are a few solutions, but some have their drawbacks. Let's run through a few..
The XTENDEX® SD/HD/3G-SDI Extender via Fiber Optic Cable links up to two displays from a SD/HD/3G-SDI video source up to an incredible 12.4 miles (20 kilometers) away using a single singlemode LC fiber optic strand and 1,640 feet (500 meters) using multimode fiber optic cable.