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General Specifications
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   Bulk Cable       Bulk cables are sold by the foot or in reels. 
   Cable Assembly       Cable assemblies are collections of wires or cables banded into a single unit with connectors on at least one end. 
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   SCSI Standards       
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   SCSI-1       SCSI-1 allows asynchronous data transfer rates of 1.5 Mbps and synchronous transfer rates up to 5 Mbps. It has an 8-bit SCSI port that uses a 50-pin connector and single-ended, open-collector drives. SCSI-1, the original SCSI standard, became obsolete with the development of SCSI-2. 
   SCSI-2       SCSI-2 provides significant improvements over SCSI-1, including faster data transfer rates, better connectors, a wider bus path, parity checking, and better reliability via synchronous negotiation. The SCSI-2 specification also defined Fast SCSI and Wide SCSI. 
   Ultra2 SCSI       Ultra2 SCSI or Fast-40 has a bus speed of 40 MHz Narrow (8-bit) buses have a maximum data transfer rate of 40 Mbps. Wide (16-bit) buses have a maximum data transfer rate of 80 Mbps. 
   SCSI-3       SCSI-3 allows for faster data transfer rates and the use of up to 32 devices on a single chain. It incorporates serial connections in addition to the traditional parallel interconnect of SCSI-2. The serial interconnect of SCSI-3 incorporates three technologies: serial storage architecture (SSA), Fibre Channel, and IEEE P1394. The serial transfer mode allows faster data rates, more devices per bus, simple connectors and longer cables. 
   Ultra3 SCSI (Ultra160)       Ultra3 SCSI (Fast-80, Ultra160) has a bus speed of 80 MHz Wide (16-bit) buses have a maximum data transfer rate of 160 Mbps. 
   Ultra320 SCSI       Ultra320 SCSI has a maximum data transfer rate of 320 Mbps for the wide (16-bit) bus. 
   Serial SCSI (FireWire®)       Serial SCSI is a very fast bus standard that supports data transfer rates up to 400 Mbps. It is a subset of IEEE 1394 or FireWire®, a registered trademark of Apple Computers, Inc. 
   SAS Cable       Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) cables are used to support SAS disk drives and other components at data rates of up to 3Gbps. 
   Other       Other, unlisted or proprietary cable types. 
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   Audio       Cable assemblies may be used for audio applications, such as connecting speakers. 
   Camera / Imaging       Cable assemblies may be used for imaging applications, such as video camera and imaging equipment connections. 
   Computer Cable       Cable assemblies may be used for computer-related applications, such as connecting mice, keyboards, printers, modems, or other peripheral devices. 
   Medical       Cable assemblies may be used for medical applications. 
   Networking       Cable assemblies may be used for networking applications, such as connecting hubs, routers, and switches. 
   Telecommunications       Cable assemblies may be used for telecommunications applications. 
   Video       Cable assemblies may be used for video applications. 
   Other / Specialty       Other unlisted or specialty applications. 
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Connector Configuration
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   BNC       BNC connectors are very secure bayonet-style locking connectors that are used in broadcasting gear for both video and radio signals. It is also common on professional test equipment. In consumer audio/video, BNC connectors are used mostly in high-def. set-top receivers and high-end video monitors, often as RGB or component video inputs.  This connector is used on older monitors, frame buffers, and accelerators. Many third party monitors also have this connector. 
   Centronics® 36       Centronics®36 is used for standard parallel Centronics printers. It is similar to the Centronics 50, but not as wide. Centronics is a registered trademark of the Centronics Corporation. 
   Centronics® 50       Centronics® 50 was once quite common on third-party peripherals. 
   DB9       DB9 connectors are used on older monochrome monitors. 
   DB15       DB15 is a D-Shell connector that was used for pre-sun4 keyboard connections, such as the Type-3 keyboard. The standard AUI connector is used for network connections. 
   DB25       DB25 is a 25-pin used for both serial and parallel ports on computers. Sometimes, DB25 is used for controlling audio gear by computer or on THX gear, to connect multiple audio channels with one cable. DB25 is also used in custom installations where numerous cables must be bundled. It’s used for some RS232 and RS423 serial connections. Finally, DB25 is also used for the parallel connection on IBM printers. 
   DB37       DB37 is a D-shaped connector with 37 pins. It is used commonly in RS449 cable assemblies. 
   DB50       DB50 is a D-shaped connector with 50 pins arranged in three rows. It is used as the SCSI connector on some Sun workstation models. 
   DB68       DB68 is a 68-pin SCSI-3 connector. It is found on the cables used to connect external peripherals to a differential or wide SCSI interface. 
   DIN / Mini-DIN       DIN connectors adhere to standards from Deutsches Institut fur Normung (DIN), a German national standards body. 
   DVI-A       DVI-A connectors transmit analog data only. They are designed to connect older equipment, such as analog VGA monitors, to newer digital devices. 
   DVI-D       DVI-D connectors transmit digital data only. This is the most common connector type. 
   DVI-I       DVI-I connectors are integrated products that transmit both analog and digital data. Some video cards use this connector type so that either a DVI digital screen or analog VGA monitor can be connected. 
   M1-DA       DVI-MI (M1-DA) connectors transmit analog, digital, and universal serial bus (USB) data. USB is an external bus standard that supports data transfer rates of 12 Mbps. 
   4-Pin       4-pin FireWire connectors. 
   6-Pin       6-pin FireWire connectors. 
   9-Pin       9-pin FireWire connectors. 
   High Density 15       High Density 15 is a standard connector for monitors and video cards. 
   HSSDC       High-speed serial data connection (HSSDC) cable connectors are designed to facilitate gigabit-per-second (Gbps) data transmissions. 
   Internal 50-pin SCSI       Internal 50-pin SCSI connectors are used for internal SCSI-1 / SCSI-2 applications: hard drive, CD-ROM, removable storage drive. 
   RJ-11       RJ-11 is the common modular telephone jack. It is used universally on phones, modems, and faxes. RJ-11 connectors are also used in satellite TV receivers to track pay-per-view transactions. 
   RJ-45       RJ 25 connectors are 8-wire modular connectors that are used commonly for serial data transmission. 
   Telco 50       Telco 50 connectors have 50-pins. 
   USB Type A       USB Type A connectors has a flat, rectangular interface. They provide 5 VDC power on one of the pins and are designed for connections with host controllers and hubs. USB cables with Type A adapters on both ends are not designed for direct connections between computers, or between a PC and a USB hub. Rather, A-A cables should be used to connect USB devices with an A-style female port to a PC or another USB device. 
   USB Type B       USB Type B connectors are square-like in shape and have two slightly beveled corners. They are designed for use with peripheral devices. 
   USB Mini-A       USB Mini-A connectors are miniaturized Type A connectors that are 3 mm x 7 mm in size. They are used with small devices such as cell phones and digital cameras. 
   USB Mini-B       USB Mini-B connectors are miniaturized Type B connectors that are 3 mm x 7 mm in size. They are available in 4-pin and 5-pin versions. The USB On-The-Go standard specifies the use of 5-pin USB Mini-B connectors to allow peripheral devices to communicate with a host controller. The 4-pin is unofficial, but used with many digital cameras. 
   USB Micro-A       USB Micro-A connectors are white, 5-pin devices. They are used mainly with newer mobile devices. Micro-A connectors are smaller than Micro-B connectors, but still support high-speed data transfers of 480 Mbit/s and USB On-The-Go technology. 
   USB Micro-B       USB Micro-B connectors are black, 5-pin devices. They are larger than Micro-A connectors, but offer the same data transfer capabilities.   
   Other       Other unlisted connector types and/or pin configurations. 
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   Cable Assembly Gender       
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   Male-Male       The assembly has a male connector on both ends. 
   Male-Female       The assembly has a male connector on one end and a female connector on the other end. 
   Female-Female       The assembly has female connectors on both ends. 
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Standards
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   RoHS       Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) is a European Union (EU) directive that requires all manufacturers of electronic and electrical equipment sold in Europe to demonstrate that their products contain only minimal levels of the following hazardous substances: lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyl and polybrominated diphenyl ether. RoHS will become effective on July 1, 2006. 
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CSA Mark
 
     Products that bear a CSA Mark have been tested by the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) and meet applicable standards for safety and/or performance. These standards are written and administered by organizations such as the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), Underwriters Laboratories (UL), and CSA International. CSA Marks may appear alone or with indicators. CSA Marks that appear alone are used with products certified primarily for the Canadian market, to the applicable Canadian standards. CSA Marks that appear with the indicators “C” and “US” or “NRTL/C” is used with products certified for both the U.S. and Canadian markets, to the applicable U.S. and Canadian standards. 
   CE Marking
CE Conformity Mark
 
     CE Marking indicates that a product complies with the essential requirements of relevant European Union (EU) directives that uphold national standards for health, safety, and environmental protection. CE Marking is required in the countries of the European Economic Area (EEA), an organization that consists of the twenty five member states of the EU and the three members of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA). CE Marking refers to the safety of a product. It is not a quality standard. 
   ISO       The International Standards Organization (ISO) is a worldwide federation of national standards organizations from over 100 countries. ISO's mission is to facilitate the international exchange of goods and services, and to foster cooperation in the spheres of intellectual, technological, and economic activity. ISO certifications include ISO 7779, ISO 9000, ISO 9001:1987, ISO 13485, ISO/TS 16949:2002, ISO 14000 and ISO 17025. ISO 7779 is concerned with acoustics, telecommunications equipment, and the measurement of airborne noise emitted by information technology (IT) equipment. ISO 9001:2000 establishes requirements for company quality management systems. ISO 13485 is concerned with medical devices, quality management systems and requirements for regulatory purposes.  ISO 14000 establishes requirements for environmental management policies that minimize a company’s harmful effects on the environment. ISO 17025 outlines the general requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories. 
   IEC       The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) is a global, non-profit organization that develops and maintains voluntary quality, safety, and performance standards for electrical materials, products, and systems The IEC also publishes standards for the electronics and telecommunications industries. The IEC’s membership consists of the electrotechnical standards organizations from each of its 51 member nations. The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) represents the United States. 
   MIL-SPEC       Suppliers comply with military specifications (MIL-SPEC) or military standards (MIL-STD). 
   FCC       Under rules and regulations, Title 47, Part 15 Subpart B, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulates all commercial electronic devices (unintentional radio-frequency radiators) destined for sale in the United States that have clocks / oscillators that operate at a frequency greater than 9 kHz and that use digital techniques. This includes most products that employ microprocessors, as well as RF devices. 
   UL Recognized Component Mark (US and Canadian)       UL Recognized Component Marks are used only on component parts that are part of a larger product or system. These components may have restrictions on their performance or may be incomplete in construction. Products intended for Canada carry the Recognized Component Mark "C." 
   VDE       Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker (VDE), the Association of German Electrical Engineers, is a non-profit testing institute that publishes standards and certifies electrical and electronic components. The VDE Mark indicates conformity with VDE, European Union (EU), and internationally harmonized standards. It confirms compliance with the protective requirements of the applicable EU directives. 
   Other       Other unlisted standards. 
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Rated Temperature
   Impedance       The characteristic impedance of a uniform line is the ratio of an applied potential difference to the resultant current at the point where the potential difference is applied, when the line is of infinite length. Note that the term impedance is applied only to a uniform line, of which coaxial cable is an example. There are three main impedance groups in coaxial cable: 50, 70, and 93 ohms. 
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