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FAQ - What's The Difference Between DVI Types?
 
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http://www.showmecables.com/ Hello, and welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’ll be taking a look at the different styles of DVI. DVI is a common video type used on many computers and monitors. It stands for Digital Visual Interface…but that doesn’t really tell you anything you need to know. What you DO need to know are the different styles, because it can often cause confusion. There are 3 styles of DVI: DVI-A, DVI-D, and DVI-I. Let’s start off by looking at DVI-A. DVI-A has pretty much been phased out and isn’t used on newer equipment. The “A” stands for Analog and carries an analog signal. We’ll get to why this is important in just a moment. DVI-A is capable of a maximum resolution of 1920x1080. The pin arrangement features 4 pins around a flat pin. And 12 additional pins. DVI-D is much more common and the “D” stands for Digital and carries a digital signal. Because DVI-D is a digital signal and DVI-A is an analog signal, you are not able to use a DVI-D cable with DVI-A equipment. Or vice versa. Because the signals are incompatible. DVI-D is available in two styles, Single Link and Dual Link. DVI-D Single Link uses a pin arrangement of a single flat pin. And two blocks of pins, each with 9 a piece. It is capable of maximum resolution of 1920x1080 at 4.59 Gbps. DVI-D Dual Link uses a pin arrangement of a single flat pin. And 3 solid rows of 8 pins each. It is capable of maximum resolution of 2048x1536 at 9.9 Gbps. A Single Link cable sends one digital signal at a time, while a Dual Link can send two signals. This is what allows for the higher data flow and larger resolution. A Dual Link cable can always be used in place of a Single Link cable with no problems. A Single Link cable can sometimes be used in place of a Dual Link cable, but it would depend on your system requirements. DVI-I is also very common and the “I” stands for Integrated and is capable of carrying either a Digital or Analog signal. So it can be used with either DVI-D or DVI-A. DVI-I is also available in both Single Link and Dual Link styles. DVI-I Single Link uses a pin arrangement of a flat pin surrounded by 4 pins. And two blocks of pins, each with 9 a piece. It is capable of resolution up to 1600x1200 at 4.95 Gbps. DVI-I Dual Link uses a pin arrangement of a single flat pin surrounded by 4 pins. And 3 solid rows of 8 pins each. It is capable of resolution up to 2048x1536 at 9.9 Gbps. If you still have any questions, you can call our customer service department at 888-519-9505. For all your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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How To Make A N Male Crimp Connector - LMR 400 #665
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/catalog/product/view/id/40934/s/n-male-crimp-connector-lmr-400-belden-9913/ ShowMeCables presents a dynamic video about terminating a N Male Crimp Connector. As you watch this video you'll learn how to terminate a this N Male Crimp Connector. You'll need to know how to solder for this product requires some soldering. Product http://goo.gl/qcK8C breakdown: N connectors are a threaded coaxial connector and are known for being a durable, weatherproof connector. N connectors are commonly used for RF applications and can carry frequencies up to 11 GHz. Features: Fits LMR-400 & Belden 9913 Male Straight Crimp style 50 Ohm Nickel plated brass For more information please visit http://www.showmecables.com https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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Server Build Out Time-Lapse - Integrated Network Cable
 
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Check out this time-lapse of INC techs building out a server for one of their clients. For more information please visit www.integratednetworkcable.com https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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How to Terminate a Leviton 5G108-RI5 Cat5e Jack
 
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This video describes how to properly terminate a Leviton 5G108-RI5 Cat5e Jack. The materials used in this video can be found at www.showmecables.com Below are the links for the materials. Leviton 5G108-RI5 - https://www.showmecables.com/Leviton-GigaMax-5e-QuickPort-Connector-5G108-Ivory Cable Stripper - 200-042 TL - https://www.showmecables.com/Economy-UTP-Stripper Punch-down tool - 3539.1 TL - https://www.showmecables.com/Professional-Impact-Punch-Down-Tool-with-110-66-Blades Electrician Scissors - EDJ 850-09 TL - https://www.showmecables.com/Electricians-Scissor Cat5e Cable - MP24A4CMR5EBL-FT - https://www.showmecables.com/Cat5e-UTP-Solid-PVC-Cable-Blue-Per-FT https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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Low Voltage Mounting Bracket -  Single Gang
 
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For direct access to this product click here. https://www.showmecables.com/Low-Voltage-Single-Gang-Mounting-Plate-Single-Gang This Mounting Bracket is used to mount low voltage devices directly to drywall, tile, or plaster. This bracket eliminates the use for electrical boxes and it can be easily installed with 2 screws and bend-around tabs. It is compatible with all standard single gang wall plates. Use this bracket with volume controls, switches, or wall plates. Features: Single Gang For Drywall 3/8" to 1-1/2" Used with Low-Voltage Devices Mount Faceplate Directly to Drywall Includes 2 Drywall Screws Color: Silver UL Listed https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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LC/SC 9/125 Singlemode Duplex Fiber Patch Cable - OS1
 
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For direct access to this product please click on this link. https://www.showmecables.com/by-category/cables/fiber-optic/singlemode-9-125 With LC to SC connectors, this fiber patch cable is ready for deployment in any singlemode 9/125 network. Singlemode 9/125 are best used for long cable runs. This singlemode, duplex fiber cable is comprised of corning optical fiber with ceramic connectors. The connectors utilize a UPC (Ultra Physical Contact) polish which provides a better surface finish with less back reflection. It has a yellow, riser rated, PVC, zipcord jacket. Features: Connector 1: LC Connector 2: SC Ceramic Ferrules Corning Fiber & Cladding UPC Polish Immune to Electrical Interference 100% Optically Inspected and Tested for Insertion Loss Jacket: OFNR (Riser-Rated) Applications: Fiber Network Deployments Fast Ethernet Gigabit Ethernet Other Data Applications Requiring High Transfer Rates https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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Server Room Build Out Time- Lapse ShowMeCables
 
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ShowMeCables offers many solutions for your next Server Room Build Out. https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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How To Install A Full Motion Articulating TV Mount For TV's Between 14" To 40" #17-415-001
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/full-motion-articulating-tv-wall-mount-bracket-14-40-17-swing-arm Hello and welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’re going to show you how to install a TV mount. This is the Full Motion Articulating TV Wall Mount Bracket. It is designed for TV’s between 14 and 40 inches and can support up to 55 pounds. Included with the bracket is all the hardware you will need to complete installation. As a quick overview on the hardware, the bracket includes various styles of mounting screws for different size TV thread patterns. Washers. Mounting Bolts. Plastic Spacers for TV’s with shallow screw holes. And concrete Anchors, if mounting into concrete or brick walls. The tools needed for installation are: A pencil, a ratchet with a 10mm socket, a Philips head screwdriver, a drill with a ¼” drill bit, and a socket adapter if available, in which case you can use the drill instead of the ratchet. And a stud finder. Before getting started, we need to check the VESA pattern of the TV The VESA pattern is the distance between the screw holes on the back of your TV, which is measured in millimeters. The measurements for our TV today are 200 millimeters tall and 200 millimeters wide. This means that the TV has a VESA pattern of 200 by 200. Please make sure that your TV does not exceed the maximum VESA pattern supported by the bracket. Typically, you can find out the TV’s VESA pattern by checking the owner’s manual, but if that’s not the case or if that’s not an option for you, you can always break out the measuring tape and measure it yourself. Start by attaching the mounting plate onto the back of the TV and lining up the screw holes. Insert a mounting screw into a washer and hand tighten onto the plate. Finish tightening using the screwdriver. Using a stud finder, locate and mark the stud you want to mount the bracket onto. Drill the first pilot hole. Insert a washer onto a mounting bolt and hand tighten through the bracket. Finish tightening using the ratchet or drill. Mark the stud for a second pilot hole. Drill a second pilot hole. Insert another washer onto a mounting bolt and begin hand tightening. Finish tightening using the drill. Repeat these steps for the remaining mounting point. Unscrew the locking screws Now we are ready to mount the TV onto the bracket. Slide on the mounting plate on the TV so that it fits on the outside of the wall bracket and rests comfortably on the bottom edge. Then screw in the locking screws. The bracket features a 17 inch swing arm and when complete, the articulating mount should have a full range of motion for maximum viewing pleasure. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the Full Motion Articulating TV Wall Mount Bracket. If you still have any questions, you can call our customer service department at 888-519-9505. For all of your home theater needs, choose Show Me Cables Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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Power Connectors - Overview
 
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Welcome to show me cables. Today we’re going to be taking a look at power connectors. The type of connections we’ll be going over are the IEC and NEMA standard connectors frequently found in data centers, offices, and home usage. Let’s start with the IEC connectors. IEC connectors refer to their connections as either an Outlet or an Inlet compared to the standard Male/Female or Plug/Jack. It also uses a number system, in which the odd numbers are Outlets and the even numbers are Inlets. For instance, the C5 connector is an outlet and the C6 is the same form factor, but is an Inlet. C5 and C6 can commonly be found on laptop power supplies, portable projectors, and some desktop computers. C7 and C8 can commonly be found on battery chargers, power supplies, video game consoles and some A/V equipment. These connectors are available in both a polarized and non-polarized version. The key difference being that the polarized connector will have one side squared off. C13 and C14 can commonly be found on desktop computers, monitors, amplifiers, and printers. C15 and C16 can be found on appliances that generate a lot of heat. It has a similar form factor to the C13/14 but with a small notch underneath the ground. They also feature a higher temperature rating, making them ideal for higher draw equipment. C19 and C20 can be found on high power workstations and servers, power supplies, large network routers and power units. Now let’s take a look at the NEMA connectors 1-15 are the 2 pronged power connections found in many older wall outlets that have not been grounded. 5-15 are the 3 pronged power connections found on wall outlets that have been grounded. 5-20 Are similarly formed to the 5-15 but with an additional horizontal blade and are rated for slightly higher amperage. For more information on our products, please contact our customer service department at 888-519-9505. For all your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables  https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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FAQ - What's The Difference Between Modular Plugs?
 
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http://www.showmecables.com/ Hello, and welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’re going to take a look at the difference between modular plugs. Modular plugs are used in many different voice, data, and control signals and are available in a variety of styles. The first plug we have is known as an RJ22. This is the smallest of the modular plugs and is mostly used on handset cords. It is known as a 4P4C, which means that it has 4 positions and 4 contacts. The RJ11 is slightly larger than the RJ22 and found on line cords, used for telephone wall plates and control signals. It is known as 6P4C, which means that it has 6 positions and 4 contacts. The RJ12 is the same size as an RJ11 and is also found on many line cords and is commonly used for telephone and control applications. However, the RJ12 is a 6P6C, meaning that it has 6 positions and 6 contacts. RJ12 connectors can be used in place of RJ11 applications, but RJ11 may or may not work in place of RJ12, depending on if the additional 2 contacts are needed. RJ45 connectors are slightly larger than the RJ12s and are used for Ethernet and data applications. They are known as an 8P8C, which means that it has 8 positions and 8 contacts. If you still have any questions, you can call our customer service department at 888-519-9505. For all your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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10/100 BaseT Wiring Splitter (04 Wiring) - How Does It Work?
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/10-100-base-t-splitter-rj45-plug-to-dual-rj45-jacks-04-wiring-scheme Hello and welcome to Show Me Cables. Today, we’ll be taking a look at wiring splitters. This is the 10/100 BaseT wiring splitter with 04 wiring. Before we get into the features and applications I want to clear up a common area of confusion. The wiring splitters need to be used in pairs. They will not work to split 1 Ethernet signal into 2 signals. Now that that’s out of the way, let’s get into how the splitters work. The wiring splitter features two female RJ45 ports and a short 6 inch cable with a male RJ45 plug. For anyone not entirely clear on RJ45’s. RJ45 is the larger plug found on Ethernet cables, not the smaller plug, known as RJ11 or RJ12 that you would find on a telephone cord. The splitter also has the option to be easily wall mounted and includes the necessary mounting screws. How it works, is that it will allow you to take 2 ethernet signals from your source. Let’s say a modem, switch, or router. So that’s 2 cables coming from your source. Then, you can plug the 2 source cables into the splitter, combining both signals into a single cable. This is typically done at a wall plate or patch panel. Your signals are then carried across a single line and up to your output wall plate, where you will plug in your second wiring splitter. And finally, take 2 more Ethernet cables to connect from the 2nd wiring splitter into the two devices that need data. To recap: You will take two Ethernet cables from your source into the splitter. Your signal is run across a single line. Then it is split back out from the second wiring splitter and out to your devices. Now, you may be asking why even bother? Why do I need two wiring splitters if I can just run two cables? Well it actually can be a life saver in projects where a 2nd data line needs to be added, but only a single cable has been run in wall. Instead of running an entire new length of cable in the wall, you can simply connect the lines with a couple wiring splitters and you’re good to go. Hopefully this has answered any questions you may have had on wiring splitters. If you still have questions, you can call our customer service department at 888-519-9505. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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How To Terminate A Shielded RJ45 Connector
 
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ShowMeCables presents an video about how easy it is to terminate an shielded RJ45 connector. These connectors are useful for creating custom-length patch cables from bulk cable. The pinout for these connectors can be either TIA/EIA 568 or 568B. For more information please visit http://www.showmecables.com For quick access to the shielded RJ45 connector and the products used in the video, please go to the links below. Shielded Jack - https://www.showmecables.com/Cat5e-Shielded-Connector-Stranded-Cable Crimp Tool - https://www.showmecables.com/Professional-Grade-Modular-Crimp-Tool Cable Stripper - https://www.showmecables.com/Economy-UTP-Stripper Technician Scissors - https://www.showmecables.com/Electricians-Scissor Cable Tester - https://www.showmecables.com/Multi-Modular-Cable-Tester-RJ45-RJ12-RJ11 https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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FAQ - What's The Difference Between A Switch & A Splitter?
 
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Splitters: https://www.showmecables.com/by-category/extenders-switches-splitters/splitters Switches: https://www.showmecables.com/by-category/extenders-switches-splitters/switches-extenders-splitters Hello, and welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’ll be taking a look at the difference between a switch and a splitter. When it comes to choosing a switch or splitter, you may not know which one you need. Well we here at Show Me Cables are here to help. For today’s example, we’re going to be using HDMI as our signal type. But these principals will apply to any switch or splitter you may need. Let’s start with an HDMI switch A switch is used when you have multiple source devices, like a blu ray player, cable box, or gaming system and want to run them into a single TV or monitor. All 3 devices will plug into the switch. Then a single cable can be run from the switch into the display. Allowing you to choose between which input you would like to see. Now let’s look at the splitter A splitter is used when you have one source device and you want to send your signal to multiple displays. So you would take a single cable from your source into the splitter. Then, you can run multiple cables from the splitter to all of your displays. So to recap: A switch is used when you want to share multiple devices on one display. A splitter is used when you want to send one signal to multiple displays. If you still have any questions, you can give our customer service department a call at 888-519-9505. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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Satellite Splitters
 
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For direct access to this product please visit https://www.showmecables.com/4-Way-Coax-Splitter-3-GHz-130db-5-3000-MHz Coax splitters are used to split a CATV or satellite signal so that it can be used for more than one device. They are a simple plug and play device that can be installed in minutes. This 4-way splitter supports frequencies from 40 to 3000 MHz. The power passing port allows power to pass through the splitter to power in-line amplifiers, pre-amplifiers, and satellite LNBs. Use this 4-way coaxial cable splitter for any residential or commercial CATV or satellite installation. Features: 4-Way One Port Power Passive Supports 5 to 3000 MHz Diode Steered 130dB min RFI Shielding Grounding Block Antenna, CATV, and Satellite compatible https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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Tone-Test Set Cable Locator - #93-700-155
 
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For more information please visit http://www.showmecables.com This Tone-Test Set Cable Locator is inexpensive and easy to use. With a volume switch and a tone selector the Tone-Test set can be personally adapted for any work place. Without destroying the insulation, the amplifier probe recognizes and traces wires or cables within a group. With a clear audible tone and LED light the Tone-Test set tests line polarity, voltage, and continuity. This cable locator can test CATV, data, telephone, coax, modular and security cabling. Features: Cable Tracker Receiver with Headphone Jack and Cable Tracker Sender Red and Black Test Leads Included 4 Conductor Modular Cord and Plug. Tone Selector Switch Volume Control 3-position Toggle Switch 3-colored LED Light Emitting Diode Includes Two 9 Volt Batteries Includes a Rugged High Impact ABS Case https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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How To Install A Full Motion Articulating TV Mount For TV's Between 17" To 55" #17-415-002
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/full-motion-articulating-tv-wall-mount-bracket-17-55-19-swing-arm Hello and welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’re going to show you how to install a TV mount. This is the Full Motion Articulating TV Wall Mount Bracket. It is designed for TV’s between 17 and 55 inches and can support up to 77 pounds. Included with the bracket is all the hardware you will need to complete installation. As a quick overview on the hardware, the bracket includes various styles of mounting screws for different size TV thread patterns. Washers. Mounting Bolts. Plastic Spacers for TV’s with shallow screw holes. Concrete Anchors, if mounting into concrete or brick walls. And a clip on bubble level. There are also some small screws, washers, and nuts for to attach the bracket arms to the mounting plate. The tools needed for installation are: A pencil, a ratchet with a 13mm socket, a Philips head screwdriver, a drill with a ¼” drill bit, and a socket adapter if available, in which case you can use the drill for many of the steps. And a stud finder. Before getting started, we need to check the VESA pattern of the TV The VESA pattern is the distance between the screw holes on the back of your TV, which is measured in millimeters. The measurement for our TV today is 400 millimeters tall and 400 millimeters wide. This means that the TV has a VESA pattern of 400 by 400. Please make sure that your TV does not exceed the maximum VESA pattern supported by the bracket. Typically, you can find out the TV’s VESA pattern by checking the owner’s manual, but if that’s not the case or if that’s not an option for you, you can always break out the measuring tape and measure it yourself. Start by attaching the arms onto the back of the TV and lining up the screw holes. Insert a mounting screw into a washer and hand tighten onto the arms. Finish tightening using the screwdriver. Repeat this step for the other mounting arm. Now it’s time to attach the mounting arms onto the mounting plate. Place the arms onto the mounting plate. Insert the mounting screw into a washer and insert through the mounting arms. Then hand tighten the mounting nuts. Repeat this step for the other arm. Finally, using a screwdriver and ratchet, finish tightening the nuts. Using a stud finder, locate and mark the stud you want to mount the bracket onto. Drill the first pilot hole. Insert a washer onto a mounting bolt and install using the ratchet or drill. Using the level, mark the stud for a second pilot hole. Drill a second pilot hole. Insert another washer onto a mounting bolt and begin hand tightening. Finish tightening using the drill. Repeat these steps for the remaining mounting point. Now we are ready to mount the TV onto the bracket. Make sure the arms on the TV are able to catch onto the bracket. Then, using your screwdriver, tighten the locking screws from underneath the TV. The bracket features small cable managers to easily route and hide your cables. The bracket also features a 19.5 inch swing arm and when complete, the articulating mount should have a full range of motion for maximum viewing pleasure. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the Full Motion Articulating TV Wall Mount Bracket. If you still have any questions, you can call our customer service department at 888-519-9505. For all of your home theater needs, choose Show Me Cables Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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How To Install Mini UHF Male (PL-259) Crimp Connector For RG58, RG141 & LMR-195
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/Mini-UHF-Male-3-Piece-Crimp-Connector-RG58 Are you looking for a quick and easy DIY installation or repair for your coax cable? Our Mini UHF Male Crimp connectors for RG58, RG141 & LMR-195 will provide a simple solution for your wiring needs. For this installation you will need: A coax stripper, coax cable, a soldering iron, a crimp tool, and the mini UHF connector. The 3 piece connector consists of the connector housing, the pin, and the ferrule. Keep in mind, you will want to make sure that your coax stripper, crimp tool, and connector match the coax cable that you are installing. Start by inserting the ferrule over the outer jacket of the cable. Then, using your cable stripper, strip back the outer jacket and dielectric. The advantage of using a cable stripper is that it will strip back the jacket and dielectric at the same time. Pull back the braided shield and Insert the pin onto the center conductor. Crimp the pin onto the center conductor and insert the connector housing over the cable. Then, slide up the ferrule to the base of the connector, folding the shield with it. Crimp the ferrule onto the outer jacket to complete termination. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the mini UHF connector. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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How To Install A Low Profile Tilting TV Mount For TV's Between 26" To 55" #17-315-001
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/low-profile-tilting-tv-wall-mount-bracket-26-55 Hello and welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’re going to show you how to install a TV mount. This is the Low Profile Tilting TV wall mount bracket. It is designed for TV’s between 26 and 55 inches and can support up to 99 pounds. Included with the bracket is all the hardware you will need to complete installation. As a quick overview on the hardware, the bracket includes various styles of mounting screws for different size TV thread patterns. Washers. Mounting Bolts. Plastic Spacers for TV’s with shallow screw holes. Concrete Anchors, if mounting into concrete or brick walls. And a small magnetic level. The tools needed for installation are: A pencil, a ratchet with a 10mm socket, a Philips head screwdriver, a drill with a ¼” drill bit, and a socket adapter if available, in which case you can use the drill instead of the ratchet. And a stud finder. Before getting started, we need to check the VESA pattern of the TV The VESA pattern is the distance between the screw holes on the back of your TV, which is measured in millimeters. The measurements for our TV today are 400 millimeters tall and 400 millimeters wide. This means that the TV has a VESA pattern of 400 by 400. Please make sure that your TV does not exceed the maximum VESA pattern supported by the bracket. Typically, you can find out the TV’s VESA pattern by checking the owner’s manual, but if that’s not the case or if that’s not an option for you, you can always break out the measuring tape and measure it yourself. Start by screwing on the adjustment knobs onto the mounting arms. Place the arms on the back of the TV and line up the screw holes. Insert a mounting screw into a washer and plastic spacer, then hand tighten onto the arms. Finish tightening using the screwdriver. Repeat these steps for the other mounting arm. Using a stud finder, locate and mark the stud you want to mount the bracket onto. Then locate and mark the next nearest stud. Drill the first pilot hole. Insert a washer onto a mounting bolt and hand tighten through the bracket. Finish tightening using the ratchet or drill. Using the level, mark your stud for a second pilot hole. Drill a second pilot hole. Insert another washer onto a mounting bolt and begin hand tightening. Finish tightening using the drill. Repeat these steps for the remaining 2 mounting points. Now we are ready to mount the TV onto the bracket. Make sure the arms on the TV are able to catch onto the bracket. Then, using your screwdriver, tighten the locking screws from underneath the TV. Once installation is complete, the bracket will allow for up to 15 degrees of tilt for maximum viewing comfort. Once the proper angle is determined, tighten the adjustment knobs. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the Low Profile Tilting TV wall mount bracket. If you still have any questions, you can call our customer service department at 888-519-9505. For all of your home theater needs, choose Show Me Cables Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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How To Terminate a Panduit Minicom Cat5e Jack
 
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This video describes how to properly terminate a Panduit Minicom Cat5e Jack. The materials used in this video can be found at www.showmecables.com Below are the links for the materials. Panduit Minicom Cat5e Jack - NK5E88MGRY - https://www.showmecables.com/Panduit-Mini-Com-TX5e-Jack-Module-Red Panduit Termination Tool - EGJT - https://www.showmecables.com/Mini-Com-Termination-Tool Cable Stripper - 200-042 TL - https://www.showmecables.com/Economy-UTP-Stripper Electrician Scissors - EDJ 850-09 TL - https://www.showmecables.com/Electricians-Scissor Cat5e Cable - MP24A4CMR5EBL-FT - https://www.showmecables.com/Cat5e-UTP-Solid-PVC-Cable-Blue-Per-FT https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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Shielded RJ45 Connector For Cat6a & Cat7 - DIY Installation For Ethernet Cabling #568
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/Cat6a-Shielded-Connector Do you need to install or repair your ethernet data cable? Our shielded RJ45 connector for Cat6a and Cat7 will provide a high quality, reliable connection for your data needs. For this installation you will need: Cat6a or Cat7 cable, a strip tool, scissors, the shielded connector, and a crimp tool. Please be aware that our shielded connectors for Cat6a or Cat7 require a specialty crimper and are not recommended to be used with a standard Cat5e or Cat6 crimp tool. Start by using the cable stripper to score the outside jacket. You will only need to rotate a few times as you do not want to damage the connectors inside the jacket. Pull off the outer jacket to reveal the overall shield. Remove the shield from around the conductors and fold back the drain wire. For Cat7 cable, there is an additional shield surrounding each pair. If you are installing a Cat7 cable, remove the shield from each pair as well. There is a small plastic covering holding the pairs in place, this can also be removed and discarded. Separate the pairs and cut off the spline at the base. Untwist the pairs and insert into the guide. We will be using the standard T568B wiring pinout. Then, insert the guide into the connector housing, making sure that it makes full connection at the tip of the housing. Coil the drain wire near the base of the connector to make your ground connection. Insert the connector into the front-loaded crimp connector and firmly squeeze to make termination. Finally, insert the cable into the side-opening to squeeze the strain relief onto the cable. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the shielded RJ45 connector for Cat6a and Cat7. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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Problem Solvers Long Distance USB 2.0
 
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This insightful video gives you the necessary information to help you with long distance USB 2.0 cables. For more information please visit http://www.showmecables.com https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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How To Install UHF Male (PL-259) Crimp Connector For RG8x & LMR-240
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/UHF-Male-Crimp-Connector-LMR-240 Are you looking for a quick and easy DIY installation or repair for your coax cable? Our UHF Male Crimp connector for RG8x & LMR-240 will provide a simple solution for your wiring needs. The 2 piece connector is pre-installed with a solder cup. The only other piece to the connector is the crimp ferrule. For this installation you will need: A coax stripper, coax cable, a soldering iron, a crimp tool, and the UHF connector. Keep in mind, you will want to make sure that your coax stripper, crimp tool, and connector match the coax cable that you are installing. Start by inserting the ferrule over the outer jacket of the cable. Then, using your cable stripper, strip back the outer jacket and dielectric. The advantage of using a cable stripper is that it will strip back the jacket and dielectric at the same time. Pull back the braided shield and Insert the connector housing onto the cable. Solder the center conductor to the solder cup to make termination. Then, slide up the ferrule to the base of the connector, folding the shield with it. Crimp the ferrule onto the outer jacket to complete termination. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the UHF connector. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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1/4" Mono Male To 3.5mm Stereo Female Adapter #961
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/1-4-IN-Mono-Plug-to-3-5mm-Stereo-Jack This is the ¼ inch Mono Male to 3.5mm Stereo Female Adapter. It features a ¼ inch Mono Male connector on one side. And a 3.5mm Stereo Female connector on the other side. 3.5mm, also known as 1/8 inch, is an audio connector typically found on computers, laptops, smartphones, and tablets. Not to be confused with 2.5mm, which is a little smaller and far less common than 3.5mm connectors. While the ¼ inch connectors are slightly larger and are typically found on high end headphones and music equipment. The adapter will allow you change a standard 3.5mm stereo cable into a ¼ inch mono cable. The adapter is great for plugging equipment that use 3.5mm plugs into a sound mixer or other device that has a ¼ mono input. The ¼ inch Mono Male to 3.5mm Stereo Female Adapter is a quick and easy solution for your audio projects. If you still have any questions, you can call our customer service department at 888-519-9505. For all your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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How to Terminate a Panduit Netkey Cat5e Jack
 
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This video describes how to properly terminate a Panduit Netkey Cat5e Jack. The materials used in this video can be found at www.showmecables.com Below are the links for the materials. Panduit Netkey Cat5e Jack - NK5E88MGRY - https://www.showmecables.com/Cat5e-Universal-Jack-Module-Panduit-NetKey-Green Cable Stripper - 200-042 TL - https://www.showmecables.com/Economy-UTP-Stripper Electrician Scissors - EDJ 850-09 TL - https://www.showmecables.com/Electricians-Scissor Cat5e Cable - MP24A4CMR5EBL-FT - https://www.showmecables.com/Cat5e-UTP-Solid-PVC-Cable-Blue-Per-FT https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 5111 ShowMeCables
3.5mm Plastic Stereo Plug - DIY Project to Repair Your Audio Cable #973
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/3-5mm-Stereo-Plug-Connector-Plastic 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. Strip the jacket around the center conductor. Tin the center conductor and shield by adding solder to the ends of each wire. Tinning helps makes a more lasting and professional bond. Take the connector and with a vice or helping hands, tin the solder points on the connector. The sleeve is the longest piece of metal, coming out of the back of the connector. If you are unsure of which solder point corresponds to the tip or sleeve, you can use a multimeter to check continuity. Solder the tinned shield to the sleeve and the center conductor to the tip. Using pliers, pinch the strain relief onto the outside jacket. Slide up the strain relief and tighten onto the connector. Congratulations, you have successfully soldered the 3.5mm connector. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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Mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort Cable - High Performance Signal Quality
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/by-category/cables/computer/displayport Do you need a crisp video signal for connecting your computer to your monitor? Our Mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort cable will allow you to send a high quality digital signal for optimal performance. The cables are made using 30 gauge conductors, gold plated connectors, and are fully shielded for maximum signal strength. The cables are certified for DisplayPort 1.1 standards and can support 8.64GB signal transmission. The DisplayPort connector resembles that of an HDMI connector, which can cause some confusion. A DisplayPort connector will have one side slightly squared off, where an HDMI connector will have both sides rounded. A Mini DisplayPort connection can also be referred to as a Thunderbolt connection, frequently found on many Apple computers and laptops. The difference being that Thunderbolt is used to transfer data, much like that of a USB port, but can often double as a video output as well. The Mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort cables are great for sending your video signal between devices and is a simple plug and play solution. For all of your cable and accessories, choose Show Me Cables Connect with us online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 7214 ShowMeCables
F-Type Twist On Connector For RG6 - How To Terminate RG6 Cable #122
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/F-56-F-Type-Twist-On-RG6 Are you looking for a quick and easy installation or repair for your coax cable? Our F-type twist on connector for RG6 offers a crimp and solder free solution for terminating your connector. This makes it easy to perform the termination without any prior experience. For this installation you will need: RG6 cable, a strip tool, and a twist on connector. Start by stripping back the jacket using the strip tool. The jacket should be stripped about ½ an inch and dielectric down to ¼ of an inch. Then pull back the shield and begin to insert the connector onto the cable. Simply push the connector onto the cable. While applying pressure, twist the connector onto the cable to complete termination. The center conductor of the cable will act as your center pin for making contact with your equipment. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 28239 ShowMeCables
Belden SNS1P6QS F-Type Snap & Seal - RG6 Quad
 
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ShowMeCables presents a video about the Belden Snap-N-Seal connectors and that they are the highest quality, most durable, and easiest to terminate compression connector on the market. Fully environmentally sealed they can handle even the harshest environment. For more information please visit http://www.showmecables.com For direct access to this product please visit https://www.showmecables.com/belden-sns1p6qs-f-type-compression-connector-snap-seal-rg6-quad https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 5043 ShowMeCables
What Is A Reverse Polarity TNC Female Connector
 
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ShowMeCables presents a video explaning the differences between standard polarity TNC female connectors and reverse polarity TNC female connectors. For more information please visit https://www.showmecables.com/by-category/connectors-adapters/coaxial/tnc https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 3206 ShowMeCables
How To Install A Low Profile Tilting TV Mount For TV's Between 37" To 70" #17-314-002
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/low-profile-tilting-tv-wall-mount-bracket-37-70 Hello and welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’re going to show you how to install a TV mount. This is the Low Profile Tilting TV wall mount bracket. It is designed for TV’s between 37 and 70 inches and can support up to 88 pounds. Included with the bracket is all the hardware you will need to complete installation. As a quick overview on the hardware, the bracket includes various styles of mounting screws for different size TV thread patterns. Washers. Mounting Bolts. Plastic Spacers for TV’s with shallow screw holes. Concrete Anchors, if mounting into concrete or brick walls. And a small clip on bubble level. The tools needed for installation are: A pencil, a ratchet with a 13mm socket, a Philips head screwdriver, a drill with a ¼” drill bit, and a socket adapter if available, in which case you can use the drill instead of the ratchet. And a stud finder. Before getting started, we need to check the VESA pattern of the TV The VESA pattern is the distance between the screw holes on the back of your TV, which is measured in millimeters. The measurements for our TV today are 400 millimeters tall and 400 millimeters wide. This means that the TV has a VESA pattern of 400 by 400. Please make sure that your TV does not exceed the maximum VESA pattern supported by the bracket. Typically, you can find out the TV’s VESA pattern by checking the owner’s manual, but if that’s not the case or if that’s not an option for you, you can always break out the measuring tape and measure it yourself. Start by attaching the arms onto the back of the TV and lining up the screw holes. Insert a mounting screw into a washer and hand tighten onto the arms. Finish tightening using the screwdriver. Repeat these steps for the other arm. Using a stud finder, locate and mark the stud you want to mount the bracket onto. Then locate and mark the next nearest stud. Drill the first pilot hole. Insert a washer onto a mounting bolt and hand tighten through the bracket. Finish tightening using the ratchet or drill. Using the level, mark your stud for a second pilot hole. Drill a second pilot hole. Insert another washer onto a mounting bolt and begin hand tightening. Finish tightening using the drill. Repeat these steps for the remaining 2 mounting points. Now we are ready to mount the TV onto the bracket. Make sure the arms on the TV are able to catch onto the bracket. Then pull the quick release tabs to lock the mount into place. The locking system ensures that you have a quick and easy way to make secure your TV to the bracket. The pull strings are also magnetic, allowing you to easily hide them behind the TV for a nice clean appearance. Once installation is complete, the bracket will allow for up to 15 degrees of tilt for maximum viewing comfort. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the Low Profile Tilting TV wall mount bracket If you still have any questions, you can call our customer service department at 888-519-9505. For all of your home theater needs, choose Show Me Cables Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 3857 ShowMeCables
Digital Coax To Toslink Converter - Change Audio Signals Quickly! #47-450-002
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/Coaxial-S-PDIF-to-Optical-Digital-Audio-Converter Do you need to connect your audio output from your TV to a sound bar, but the audio connections do not quite match? With our Digital Coax to Optical Audio converter, you can now utilize your existing digital audio equipment. Simply connect a Digital Coax cable from your source device into the converter. Then use a digital optical cable to connect from the converter to your audio equipment. This converter includes the necessary power supply for a quick and easy solution for your audio needs. Be aware, this converter is not bi-directional and is designed to be used from a digital coax output to a digital optical input. If you need a digital optical to digital coax converter, you will need this: http://www.showmecables.com/product/Optical-to-Coaxial-Digital-Audio-Converter.aspx. Our Digital Coax to Optical Audio converter will allow you to change formats to save time and money, while keeping full digital sound quality. For all of your converter and adapter needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 13658 ShowMeCables
3.5mm Deluxe Stereo Jack - DIY Project to Repair Your Audio Cable #1027
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/3-5mm-Stereo-Female-Deluxe-Connector-Metal 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 together. Strip the jacket around the center conductor. Tin the center conductor and shield by adding solder to the ends of each wire. Tinning helps makes a more lasting and professional bond. Take the connector and with a vice or helping hands, tin the solder points on the connector. The sleeve is the longest piece of metal, coming out of the back of the connector. If you are unsure of which solder point corresponds to the tip or sleeve, you can use a multimeter to check continuity. Solder the tinned shield to the sleeve and the center conductor to the tip. Using pliers, pinch the strain relief onto the outside jacket. Slide up the strain relief and tighten onto the connector. Congratulations, you have successfully soldered the 3.5mm connector. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 6746 ShowMeCables
How To Hang The Ecore Low Profile TV Mount for 32-55" TV's - Install Made Easy!
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/ Have you recently purchased a new TV and need a way to mount it? Our Ecore line of TV brackets will be the perfect solution for your home theater needs. The Low Profile Tilting Wall Mount can accommodate 32-55 inch TV's, up to 66 pounds, and can support a tilt up to 20 degrees. Included with the bracket is all the hardware you need to install the TV wall mount bracket. The tools needed for this installation are: a phillips head screwdriver, a pencil, a stud finder, a drill with a quarter inch bit, and a level. Locate the mounting points on the back of your TV. The bracket includes a set of universal screws that should fit most standard TV's. Lay the mounting arm onto the back of the TV, lining up the mounting holes. Then, begin to install the arms, using the screwdriver. Repeat this process for the other mounting arm. Using a stud finder, locate a stud to install the mounting bracket and mark the stud using your pencil. Then, find the next nearest stud and mark with a pencil as well. Drill the first pilot hole and position the plate on the wall. Then install the first mounting screw. Using a level find the proper position for the secondary mounting screw and mark with a pencil. Drill another pilot hole and install the second mounting screw. Drill the remaining pilot holes and install the final mounting screws. Now you are ready to mount the TV. Mount the TV onto the wall, making sure that the hooks of the arm securely grab the mounting plate. Tighten the safety screws on the bottom of the bracket from underneath the television. If needed, adjust the tension knobs to the desired tilt position. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the Low Profile Tilting TV Wall Mount. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 175053 ShowMeCables
Difference Between Reverse and Straight Through Line Cords #15-302-007
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/rj12-line-cord-6-conductor-straight?length=96 https://www.showmecables.com/rj12-line-cord-6-conductor-reverse?length=96 What is the difference between a reversed line cord and a straight through line cord?   Telephone line cords are the flat silver cables that are used in most home and offices to connect the telephone base to the wall outlet.  They are also used to patch between telecom equipment and patch panels.  While the cords physical look the same, on the inside of the cable they have different pinouts.    The pinout dictates the order that the wires are aligned.  The most common pinouts are reversed and straight through.  A straight through cable connects all the contacts in the same order.  Contact 1 is connected to contact 1, contact 2 to 2 and so on.  A reversed cord the contacts are connected in opposite order.  Contact 1 is connected to contact 6, contact 2 to contact 5, etc.  As a general rule of thumb, if you are connecting your phone to the wall buy a reversed cord.  However, if you have an existing cord and want to know which type it is the try this:   Flip both connector upside down, so that the latch is facing the ground.  You should see 6 gold contacts.  If you look through the plastic connector you will see 6 small colored wires -- left to right they should be white, black, red, green, yellow, blue.  Now compare it to the other side.  Are the wires in the same order?  If so, it is a straight through cable.  If they are the opposite, blue, yellow, green, red, black, white then it is a reversed cord.   For your telecom equipment to function properly, you need to use the  right cable with right pinout.  If you need help selecting the proper cable please call us at 888-519-9505 or send us an email at [email protected] Please visit http://www.showmecables.com for more information. https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 7877 ShowMeCables
VGA To HDMI Converter - Change Video Signals From Analog To Digital! #47-300-005
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/VGA-with-Audio-to-HDMI Have you ever wanted to connect from your computer to a newer TV or monitor? With our VGA to HDMI converter, you can send your VGA signal to your newer equipment in a matter of moments. VGA is found on many computers and monitors and is an analog signal. However, HDMI, which is found on many newer TV’s and monitors, is a digital signal and you will need to use a converter to connect between them. Simply connect the converter directly into the VGA port of your device. You will also need to connect the 3.5mm audio cable into your audio port on your computer for audio if it is needed. And a USB cable from the converter into the computer to supply power. Then use an HDMI cable to connect from the converter to your display. The converter requires no additional drivers, software or power supply and is a simple plug and play solution. It supports an output up to 1080p and is HDCP compliant. Be aware, the converter is not bi-directional and will only work from connecting a VGA source to an HDMI display. If you need an HDMI source to a VGA display, you will need this converter here: http://www.showmecables.com/product/hdmi-to-vga-video-converter-without-audio.aspx If you are looking for a quick and easy solution for connecting your displays, our VGA to HDMI converter is just what you need. For all of your converter and adapter needs, choose Show Me Cables Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 42876 ShowMeCables
How To Terminate a Flat RJ45 Connector
 
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ShowMeCables presents a video about this standard cat5e RJ45 modular connector and how its designed to terminate flat network cable or 8P8C telephone line cord. The connector contains two metal "teeth" that hold the wire in place giving a reliable connection. Easy to terminate, these connectors are useful for creating your own custom length cables. For more information please visit http://www.showmecables.com For direct access to the products in this video please use the links below. Flat RJ45 - https://www.showmecables.com/cat5e-connector-flat-cable Flat Cable - https://www.showmecables.com/8-conductor-rj45-silver-satin-patch-cable-straight-7-ft Crimp Tool - https://www.showmecables.com/Professional-Grade-Modular-Crimp-Tool Cable Stripper - https://www.showmecables.com/Economy-UTP-Stripper Technician Scissors - https://www.showmecables.com/Electricians-Scissor Cable Tester - https://www.showmecables.com/Multi-Modular-Cable-Tester-RJ45-RJ12-RJ11 https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 15532 ShowMeCables
What Is A Reverse Polarity N Series Female Connector
 
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ShowMeCables presents a video explaning the differences between standard polarity N Series female connectors and reverse polarity N Series female connectors. For more information please go to https://www.showmecables.com/by-category/connectors-adapters/coaxial/n-series https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 4562 ShowMeCables
Copper Clad Aluminium vs Pure Copper Network Cables
 
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Please visit copper-clad-aluminum-vs-pure-copper-cables/ for more information. When shopping for Cat5e or Cat6 network cables, make sure you are comparing apples to apples.  One of the most common tactics of the “low cost leaders” is to use aluminum instead of copper wire.  They take aluminum wire and dip it in a thin coating of copper.  Visually the cables look identical, however, the performance and safety of the cable is radically different.  In fact, aluminum network cables violates IEC standards for Cat5e and Cat6 cables.   Aluminum patch cables, often marked as CCA or CCE (for Copper Clad Ethernet), has higher attenuation than pure copper cables.  This results in more loss of your data, as packets have to be retransmitted.  The more data that has to be resent the slower your network performs.  Is the hit in network performance worth saving a few cents?  The problems are compounded by every foot of cable you use.  The longer the cable, the worse the performance.   It affects installers because Aluminum wire also creates installation issues.  Due to the lower tensile strength, aluminum cables can be damaged when pulling the cable.  Single conductors can break, making the cable useless, or the whole cable can snap.  Aluminum also has a lower bend radius than pure copper cables.  This means you can’t bend it as much before it fails.   If you think that all of these stats don’t matter in the real world, then check out this real world test. Here we have an aluminum patch cable.  When we apply heat, the cable becomes brittle and breaks.   A pure copper patch cable responds totally different.  Notice how it retains its shape.  In fact, the jacket is more likely to catch on fire before the conductors are damaged. Pure copper patch cables provide the best performance and safety for your network.  Don’t risk your data and network safety by choosing aluminum patch cables. Choose ShowMeCables for all of your networking needs.  All of our ETHERNET patch cables are pure copper and will keep your network running smoothly. https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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HDMI - Component Video - Stereo Audio Wall Plate - White - #15-000-013
 
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For more information please visit http://www.showmecables.com This wall plate is a three in one organizer for your home or office audio video equipment. This single gang wall plate has a connection for HDMI Cable, Component Video Cable, and an Analog Stereo Cable all in one convenient location. This wall plate supports HD resolution 1080p and is ideal for your home theater organization. This wall plate will neatly tuck away unsightly cables and keep your home or work area professional and free of clutter. Features: White Gold Plated HDMI Female to HDMI Female Gold Plated (5) RCA Jacks: Video: Red, Green, Blue Audio: White, Red Supports 1080p, 1080i, 720p, and standard video formats Fits on a single gang box or bracket HDMI 1.3 compliant Includes mounting screws and trim plate https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 4910 ShowMeCables
1/4 Inch Stereo Female To XLR Male Adapter #852
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/1-4-IN-Stereo-Jack-to-XLR-Male This is the ¼ inch stereo female to XLR male adapter. It features a ¼ inch stereo female connector on one side. And a 3 pin XLR Male connector on the other side. Let’s take a brief moment to look at some audio connectors that can be hard to identify. There are 3 styles that look very similar. 2.5mm, 3.5mm, and ¼ inch. 2.5mm is the smallest and the least common. It is typically found on older android phones and GPS equipment. 3.5mm is slightly larger than 2.5mm and is the most common for day to day use. It is found on many smartphones, tablets, laptops, and computers. ¼ inch is noticeably larger and is also quite common. It is typically found on higher end headphones and music equipment. The adapter will allow you to change a ¼ inch cable into an XLR cable. The adapter is great for connecting a variety of music equipment into a sound board or mixer. The ¼ stereo female to XLR male adapter is a quick and easy solution for your audio projects. For more information on our products, you can give our customer service department a call at 888-519-9505. For all your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 1976 ShowMeCables
66 Wiring Block with RJ11 Jacks - Easily Route Your Cable In the Home or Office #IC06626P4C
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/ICC-66-Wiring-Block-12-Jacks-6P4C 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 then take your outgoing line and punch down into contact 4 in the same color code. Now both our incoming line and outgoing line are connected, now we just need to connect them to each other. If both lines are wired directly across from each other, you can simply use a bridging clip to pair the connection from contact 2 to contact 3. If your incoming and outgoing lines do not match or if you just need to change your wiring setup over time, you can use cross connect wire to punch down from contact 2 of your incoming line to contact 3 of the outgoing. The pre-terminated block has the and outgoing lines already punched down and terminated into 12 RJ11 jacks. You will simply need to punch down your incoming service line, then use bridge clips or cross connect as needed, and finally connect a simple RJ11 cable from the block into your output line. Our 66 wiring block is made with a durable and high impact, flame retardant material. It is rated for and exceeds Cat5e standards and accepts between 22-26 gauge wire. It includes the wall mount bracket and hinged cover for easy installation and security. For all of your cable and accessory needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 2857 ShowMeCables
How To Terminate An RJ45 With Guide Connector
 
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ShowMeCables presents a video on how to terminate this cat6 connector by feeding each conductor through the guide and simply push the guide into the RJ45 connector and crimp. These connectors are useful for creating custom-length patch cables from bulk cable. The pinout for these connectors can be either TIA/EIA 568 or 568B For more information please visit http://www.showmecables.com For quick access to the products used in this video please visit: Cable Stripper - https://www.showmecables.com/Economy-UTP-Stripper Technician Scissors - https://www.showmecables.com/Electricians-Scissor Cable Tester - https://www.showmecables.com/Multi-Modular-Cable-Tester-RJ45-RJ12-RJ11 6 Inch Needle-Nosed Pliers - http://goo.gl/R4NyJ https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 13084 ShowMeCables
Cat5e Keystone Coupler Overview
 
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This is an overview of Ethernet Keystone Couplers. ShowMeCables.com sells Cat5e, Cat6, and Cat6a couplers in a wide variety of colors. Keystone couplers will work with any keystone patch panel, wall plate or surface-mount box. The main benefit for keystone couplers is that patch cables can be plugged directly into both sides and require no rear termination, making them an ideal solution for the home user. Keystone Couplers on ShowMeCables.com: https://www.showmecables.com/by-category/wall-plates-jacks/voice-data-keystone-jacks Products used in this video: Keystone Coupler - 15-160 OR - http://goo.gl/Etbur Punch-down tool - 3539.1 TL - https://www.showmecables.com/Professional-Impact-Punch-Down-Tool-with-110-66-Blades Cat5e Cable - MP24A4CMR5EBL-FT - https://www.showmecables.com/Cat5e-UTP-Solid-PVC-Cable-Blue-Per-FT Wall Plate - 15-101IV - https://www.showmecables.com/1-Port-Wallplate-Flush-Mount-Ivory https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 2299 ShowMeCables
Multi-Network Ethernet/Coaxial Cable Tester - #93-700-145
 
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For more information please visit http://www.showmecables.com The Multi-Network Cable tester is used for both Coax and Ethernet cables. The tester has a RJ45 port and remote tester. A BNC socket and BNC terminator is also included for coax testing. By using a BNC adapter, many other coax cable types can be tested by this product. The tester can also be used to test shielding. Features LED Display Tests the following cables: Coaxial Cable 10-Base-T AT&T 258A EIA/TIA 568 Token Ring Detects Continuity, Miss-Wiring, and Polarization Tests Cables Before Or After Installation Tests The Ground Of Shielded Twisted Pair Cable Connector Type RJ45, and BNC (can include others with a BNC- adapter) Includes Remote and Case Battery Not Included https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 25491 ShowMeCables
DisplayPort to VGA Cable - High Performance Signal Quality
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/by-category/cables/computer/displayport Do you need a crisp video signal for connecting your computer to your monitor? Our DisplayPort to VGA cable will allow you to send a high quality signal for optimal performance. The cables are fully shielded and can support resolutions up to 1920 x 1080 at 60Hz This cable is designed to go from a DisplayPort source to a VGA display. It will not convert a VGA port on your computer to DisplayPort. VGA is a video only cable and is not able to send an audio signal. The DisplayPort connector resembles that of an HDMI connector, which can cause some confusion. A DisplayPort connector will have one side slightly squared off, where an HDMI connector will have both sides rounded. DisplayPort cables are great for sending your video signal between devices and is a simple plug and play solution. For all of your cable and accessories, choose Show Me Cables Connect with us online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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1/4" Female To 3.5mm Male Adapter - Stereo #959
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/1-4-IN-Stereo-Jack-to-3-5mm-Stereo-Plug This is the ¼ inch Stereo Female to 3.5mm Stereo Male Adapter. It features a ¼ inch Stereo Female connector on one side. And a 3.5mm Stereo Male connector on the other side. 3.5mm, also known as 1/8 inch, is an audio connector typically found on computers, laptops, smartphones, and tablets. Not to be confused with 2.5mm, which is a little smaller and far less common than 3.5mm connectors. While the ¼ inch connectors are slightly larger and are typically found on high end headphones and music equipment. The adapter will allow you change a standard ¼ inch stereo connector into a 3.5mm connector. The adapter is great for plugging instruments that use ¼ inch plugs into an iphone or mixer. The ¼ inch Stereo Female to 3.5mm Stereo Male Adapter is a quick and easy solution for your audio projects. If you still have any questions, you can call our customer service department at 888-519-9505. For all your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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3.5mm Plastic Panel Mount Stereo Connector - DIY Project to Repair Your Audio Cable #891
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/3-5mm-Stereo-Jack-Open-Panel-Connector-Plastic Do you have a DIY project or repair that you need to make? Our 3.5mm stereo panel mount connector will provide an inexpensive solution for creating a three 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 connector is made using a compact, plastic construction and a threaded washer to lock your connector into place. 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 conductors and a shield. Using a cable stripper, strip back the cable jacket. Twist the shield together. Strip the jacket around the center conductor. Tin the center conductor and shield by adding solder to the ends of each wire. Tinning helps makes a more lasting and professional bond. Take the connector and with a vice or helping hands, tin the solder points on the connector. The sleeve is the longest piece of metal, coming out of the back of the connector. If you are unsure of which solder point corresponds to the tip or sleeve, you can use a multimeter to check continuity. Solder the tinned shield to the sleeve and the center conductor to the tip. Unscrew the nut of the connector and insert through your install area. Screw the nut back onto the connector to lock it into place. Congratulations, you have successfully soldered the 3.5mm connector. For all of your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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High Definition DisplayPort to VGA Adapter - Makes Video Easy #2919
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/displayport-male-to-vga-female-adapter Hello and welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’ll be taking a look at DisplayPort Adapters. This is the DisplayPort Male to VGA Female Adapter. It features a DisplayPort Male connector on one side. And a VGA female connector on the other side. The adapter can be used to connect from a DisplayPort source to a VGA monitor. Just to make sure there isn’t any confusion, DisplayPort connectors resemble HDMI connectors, but DisplayPort has a squared off side, where HDMI has two angled sides. The adapter is 7 inches long and supports resolutions up to 1920x1200. The DisplayPort Male to VGA Female Adapter is a quick and easy solution for your video needs. If you still have any questions, you can contact our customer service department at 888-519-9505. For all your cable and connector needs, choose Show Me Cables. Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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PC Cable Check Pro - # 93-700-120
 
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For more information please visit http://www.showmecables.com The PC Cable Check Pro will reveal problems in over 20 types of cables. This simple and easy to use tester will aid in managing a smooth running network of cables including: LAN & telephone, Serial, coaxial, USB, VGA, Mini-USB, S-video, FireWire, PS/2 keyboard & parallel printer. Features: Auto scan or manual scan modes Rubber feet to grip to desk or bench to prevent slipping Power shuts off after 30 seconds of non-use to conserve battery Rugged case now with built-in handle for easy transport 9V battery included Tests cables with the following terminations: Modular plugs: RJ45, RJ11, RJ12 UTP/STP Coaxial: BNCs & CATV "F" (BNC-to-F adapter required; not included) D-sub: 9-, 15- & 25-pin HD-sub: 15-pin USB: A, B, & mini 5-pin FireWire: 4- & 6-pin Centronics: 36-pin printer https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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How To Install The Ultra Slim TV Mount For TV's Between 26" To 55" #17-515-001
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/fixed-ultra-slim-tv-wall-mount-bracket-26-55 Hello and welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’re going to show you how to install a TV mount. This is the Fixed Ultra Slim TV wall mount bracket. It is designed for TV’s between 26 and 55 inches and can support up to 99 pounds. Included with the bracket is all the hardware you will need to complete installation. As a quick overview on the hardware, the bracket includes various styles of mounting screws for different size TV thread patterns. Washers. Mounting Bolts. Plastic Spacers for TV’s with shallow screw holes. Concrete Anchors, if mounting into concrete or brick walls. And a small clip on bubble level. The tools needed for this installation are: A pencil, a ratchet with a 10mm socket, a Philips head screwdriver, a drill with a ¼” drill bit, and a socket adapter if available, in which case you can use the drill instead of the ratchet. And a stud finder. Before getting started, we need to check the VESA pattern of the TV The VESA pattern is the distance between the screw holes on the back of your TV, which is measured in millimeters. The measurements for our TV today is 400 millimeters tall and 400 millimeters wide. This means that the TV has a VESA pattern of 400 by 400. Please make sure that your TV does not exceed the maximum VESA pattern supported by the bracket. Typically, you can find out the TV’s VESA pattern by checking the owner’s manual, but if that’s not the case or if that’s not an option for you, you can always break out the measuring tape and measure it yourself. Start by attaching the arms onto the back of the TV and lining up the screwholes. Insert a mounting screw into a washer and plastic spacer. Then hand tighten onto the arms. Finish tightening using the screwdriver. Repeat these steps for the other mounting arm. Using a stud finder, locate and mark the stud you want to mount the bracket onto. Then locate and mark the next nearest stud. Drill the first pilot hole. Insert a washer onto a mounting bolt and hand tighten through the bracket. Finish tightening using the ratchet or drill. Using the level, mark your stud for a second pilot hole. Drill a second pilot hole. Insert another washer onto a mounting bolt and begin hand tightening. Finish tightening using the drill. Repeat these steps for the remaining 2 mounting points. Now we are ready to mount the TV onto the bracket. Make sure the arms on the TV are able to catch onto the bracket. Then, using your screwdriver, tighten the locking screws from underneath the TV. When complete, the Low profile mount should sit at only ¾” from the wall. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the Fixed Ultra Slim TV Wall Mount Bracket. If you still have any questions, you can call our customer service department at 888-519-9505. For all of your home theater needs, choose Show Me Cables Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
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