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Selecting the Right Horizontal Cable Manager

Improper cable management can easily result in cable damage and failure, which will lead to data transmission errors and performance issues as well as system downtime. Thus one of the important things that should be taken care of is cable management after you have mounted all your network devices in the server rack. Vertical and horizontal cable managers are two essential tools for data center racks and cabinets cable management. This post will mainly focus on horizontal cable manager. For more ...
Posted on   July 12, 2018 By FS.COM
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Cable Management for a Small LAN with a 24-port Patch Panel

Patch panel, also known as patch bay, is a device featuring a number of jacks used to facilitate the connection of different devices for different projects so that it serves as the nerve center for the cabling network. Typically, patch panels are available in a huge number of port densities from 12 port to 48 port. Among the different ports, the 24 port patch panel is the most popular option for small LAN cable management. 24 port Patch Panel: Copper vs. Fiber 24 port patch panel can be appl...
Posted on   May 16, 2018 By FS.COM
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How to Select the Suitable Copper Patch Panel?

In the data center, copper patch panel is an ideal method to create a flexible, reliable and tidy cabling system. Today, various styles of copper patch panels can be found in the market, such as shielded or unshielded patch panel, flat or angled patch panel, etc. And the configurations can also be different from numbers of ports, such as 12-port, 24-port, 48-port patch panel, etc. So how to select the most suitable one for your applications? What Is Copper Patch Panel? Copper patch panel is ...
Posted on   October 26, 2016 By FS.COM
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Home Ethernet Wiring Guide: How to Get a Wired Home Network?

When moving to a new house, most people would likely to choose Wi-Fi to get the network as laying cable in the house is too complicated and makes the room messy. But the wired network is faster and secure for internet access, file sharing, media streaming, online gaming and other things. So comparatively, the wired network is better than the wireless. Then how to wire Ethernet cable? Check the following paragraphs for your home Ethernet wiring. Things to Know Before Starting the Home Ethernet...
Posted on   October 11, 2016 By FS.COM
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How to Wire Cat5e Patch Panels?

Today, the wireless network is seemingly popular in everywhere. But the explosive fast Internet is available in most homes and businesses, a wired network often can achieve speeds much closer to the promised maximum. In this case, wiring the Internet creates a large mass of incoming cables. Patch panels play a central role in network functionality by centralizing cables in one place, which make it easy for network administrators to move, add or change complex network architectures. There are fib...
Posted on   April 26, 2013 By FS.COM
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Introduction of the RJ45 Interface

Generally, cables can transmit information along their length. To actually get the information where it needs to go, you need to make the right connections to an RJ45 interface or RJ45 connector. Your cable run needs to terminate into a connector, which needs a jack to plug into. What is RJ45? RJ45 is a standard type of physical connector for network cables, which is especially used for Ethernet networking. And “45” is the number of the interface standard. Recently, RJ45 connectors are commonly ...
Posted on   September 27, 2012 By FS.COM