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5 Tips for Running Cables Outdoors

To add safety and convenience to your electricity doors, you must understand that two objects are worthy to be carried out in this situation. The first project comes to us by taking power to the outbuilding, and the garden shed. The second option is to install an outdoor socket that acts as the outlet for the garden power tools.

, April 02, 2017

3 Uses For Keystone Jacks

Whenever wiring or cabling is involved, neatness doesn't have to be sacrificed for functionality. With keystone jacks, wires can be both short and hidden, improving cable management and aesthetics at the same time.

, March 28, 2017

The Best Cables for Video

Everyone wants super crisp video quality on their TV or monitor but some of us find it hard to obtain. The secret to getting a great picture begins with using the right cable. Often picking the right connection can be difficult with many different cables on the market.

, March 26, 2017

How to Connect Your iPad to the TV (without Apple TV)

For Movies and TV on the go, there’s nothing like an iPad. When you’re at home, it’s even better if you can watch iPad video on your big-screen TV. Connecting an iPad to a TV makes a world of sense, especially now that streaming video services have prompted millions of people to get rid of cable.

, March 24, 2017

3 Mistakes to Avoid When Dealing With Cables

The majority of businesses, these days, require network connectivity and use computers. That is the reason why it is imperative for these networks to be reliable and fast. When you improperly install the cables, performance will always be slowed down.

, March 20, 2017

Fact or Fiction: Leaving Devices Plugged In Kills the Battery

There are countless myths surrounding device batteries in the industry today that it's difficult to sort out the truth from fiction. Today's advanced batteries are incredibly durable in almost any situation. If you're concerned about prolonging the life of your battery, discover the simple ways that manufacturers have improved these components and how they impact your life.

, March 14, 2017

How Different Ethernet Cables Impact Internet Speed

At a glance, the difference between Category 5, 5e, and 6 cabling can seem minuscule to the point of becoming a nonissue. In a world where internet speeds are increasing on a nearly monthly basis, however, knowing the correct cabling to use for different wiring situations can save anyone from headaches relating to network latency and overloaded lines.

, March 07, 2017

3 Ways to Prolong the Life of Your Charger

How amazing would it be to have a cell phone that never goes off at any moment due to inadequate power? Unfortunately, even with advancements in today’s world, technology is yet to produce a mobile phone that has limitless battery life. Cell phones are useful devices for communication, entertainment, and business, and it is essential to keep them running at an optimal level at all times.

, March 05, 2017

5 Things to Consider When Choosing Industrial Ethernet Cables

As organizations and companies are striving to achieve high performance and reliability accompanied by the seamless reporting and access to data, industrial Ethernet cables are becoming more sophisticated. Flat networks are also evolving to become managed infrastructure. However, many new technologies accompany the systems such as the use of Parallel Redundancy Protocol (PRP) to consider.

, March 01, 2017

Why Use SVGA Cables

You may be wondering why we are discussing SVGA cables, and why we sell them. There are reasons why. In this blog, I will discuss why SVGA is still used. In 1987, VGA was first created by IBM. It was known as Video Graphics Array.

, November 13, 2016

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