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Network Hubs - (334 companies)
Network Equipment - (2027 companies)...or telecommunications network. This product area includes hubs, switches, routers, bridges, gateways, multiplexers, transceivers and firewalls. In addition to device type, network equipment is defined by protocol (e.g., Ethernet) and port or interface type (e.g. Search by Specification | Learn More
Passive Filters - (20 companies)
Serial Hubs - (39 companies)
Shaft-Hub Locking Devices - (80 companies)
Ethernet Cables - (367 companies)
Power over Ethernet (PoE) Controllers - (27 companies)
Power over Ethernet (PoE) Injectors - (51 companies)
Power over Ethernet (PoE) Splitters - (29 companies)
Optical Network Terminals - (7 companies)...to and coming from computers and telephones associated with fiber optic networks (i.e. fiber-to-the-premises applications). The most important features for ONTs to incorporate are: High speed WAN port with up to one Gbps Ethernet connectivity. Platform... Learn More
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Passive Tag UHF RFID Tags and Readers RFID, Inc. is proud to announce the release of a passive Tag UHF (ultra-high frequency) RFID product line of Tags and Readers. Over the past 6 months, pilots and trials have resulted in a 2014 forecast of 1,000 Readers and millions of Tags. . Advantages. Increased read range of a passive Tag (as much as 90' but typically 20' with most Tag and Antenna combinations) versus traditional LF and HF systems which provide only inches of read range. Ability to read hundreds of Tags... (read more)Browse RFID Readers Datasheets for RFID, Inc.
Smith Systems, Inc.
Passive Speed Sensors, Passive Speed Sensor Smith Systems, Inc. passive speed sensors convert mechanical motion to an A/C voltage without the need of a power supply. These self-contained magnetic sensors produce a magnetic field which, when in the proximity of ferrous objects in motion, generate a voltage. The frequency of this voltage is directly proportional to the speed of the object in motion. Magna-Tran ® speed sensors are available in a variety of housing configurations and terminations. Housing configurations to accommodate high... (read more)Browse Magnetic Speed Sensors Datasheets for Smith Systems, Inc.
Touch screens as passive components Touch Screens. Along with its membrane switch, graphic overlay, and PCB assembly capabilities, Dyna-Graphics can also provide touch screens built to industry standard sizes. Touch screens (also known as HMI or Operator Interfaces) are normally delivered to customers as passive components - that is, without driver circuitry - but Dyna-Graphics can certainly assist the client by recommending a suitable driver if needed. Touch screens and touch switches are available in 4-Wire, 5-Wire... (read more)
Magnetic Sensors Corporation
Magnetic Sensors - Variable Reluctance (Passive) Magnetic Sensors Corporation. Analog Variable Reluctance (VR) Speed Sensors - Passive Sensors. Require no outside power source. The sensor generates a sinusoidal output voltage proportional to target speed and air gap. Analog signal is generated in response to fluctuation in magnetic field resulting from interruption by ferrous targets. VR sensors have the capacity to measure very high speeds, high reliability, long life, and economy. Can be configured for use in very high temperatures... (read more)Browse Magnetic Speed Sensors Datasheets for Magnetic Sensors Corporation
Megladon Manufacturing Group, Ltd.
Reliable Passive Fiber Optic Devices Megladon designs and builds passive fiber optic devices, and is committed to improving fiber connectivity. Products that have undergone our patented HLC laser termination process feature Scratch Resistant mating surfaces and improved optical performance. Click here to learn more. When Reliability Matters. Demand HLC Products. Megladon designs and builds passive fiber optic devices, and is committed to improving fiber connectivity. Products that have undergone our patented HLC laser termination... (read more)Browse Fiber Optic Cables Datasheets for Megladon Manufacturing Group, Ltd.
Smith Systems, Inc.
Passive Speed Sensors for Explosive Environments Explosive Environment, Passive Speed Sensors (four Standard products which can be customized) from Smith Systems, Inc. Designs include standard metric and U.S. threads, stainless steel housings and Teflon insulated leads. Certified to ATEX Directive (94/9/EC). Equipment Conformity : Group 2, Category 2 (Zone 1). Let us know you application requirements. These Passive Speed Sensor were designed to work in Explosive Enviroments from Smith Systems, such as: Gas Turbines. Pipeline Pumping Stations... (read more)Browse Magnetic Speed Sensors Datasheets for Smith Systems, Inc.
Cold Front™ Passive Liquid Cooling Nothing cools like chilled water. Now you can harness the cooling power of liquid in your data center with Black Box ® Cold Front Passive Liquid Cooling. Cold Front is the perfect solution for tightly packed server rooms or high-density enclosures. It works to sensibly cool a data center enclosure — and can lower data center total cost of ownership because it reduces both energy and space requirements. Heat-Transfer Door. The Heat-Transfer Door (HTD... (read more)Browse Rack Enclosures Datasheets for Black Box
PMC Engineering LLC (formerly Process Measurement & Controls, Inc.)
TM Series Passive Pressure Transmitter - Rugged The TM Series is a precision passive pressure transducer offering high performance and rugged flexible design for a wide range of industrial and OEM application. The transducer is based on STS piezoresistive sensor technology with 20 years proven history. Low current consumption and pulsed operation make this an ideal pressure transducer for remote applications for long term operation and where limited power is available. The TM is ideal for the OEM looking for good price, performance... (read more)Browse Pressure Sensors Datasheets for PMC Engineering LLC (formerly Process Measurement & Controls, Inc.)
Passive Video Balun with Power Connector Kit Passive Video Balun. Passive Video Balun with DC Power connection with extra interference rejection 8" Pigtail BNC Male Cable & DC Male/Female to 4 push pin terminal / Color 1200ft B/W 2000ft, 2 pcs kit . **For Power drop on cable run distances, please see installation manual. Use an Unshielded Twisted Pair cable (UTP), like CAT5, to transmit full motion camera video signal in color up to 1000ft / 300m, and in B/W up to 2000ft / 600m. No power required for video balun. Surge / Lightning... (read more)Browse Video Connectors Datasheets for SFCable.com
Schaffner EMC Inc.
FN 3416 ECOsine® Passive Harmonic Filters With a plug-and-play approach and more compact dimensions than comparable products, they can be quickly installed and easily commissioned. They increase the reliability and service life of electric installations, help utilize electric system capacity better and are the key to meet Power Quality requirements such as IEEE 519, EN61000-3-12 or D.A.CH.CZ. Economy line of passive harmonic. filters for THID <10 %. Help to comply with EN61000-3-12, IEEE-519 and other PQ standards. Support... (read more)Browse Harmonic Filters Datasheets for Schaffner EMC Inc.
Mouse. current limiting features, are cost prohibi-. tive, or supplemental protection is required,. the circuit designer may choose external. passive current limiting elements for Vbus. Keyboard. There is a choice of two low cost technolo-. gies for developing over current protection. Connection...
...and manufacturing control. Tests using passive and active cards with real drivers operating at 3.125 Gbps validated the measurements. The measured eye opening of 509mV leaves plenty of margin as these drivers only require a minimum opening of 200mV. In a live system, performance may be better because...
...these interconnects must be made very early in. the design cycle. Perhaps even more significantly, MicroTCA features a passive. backplane. This means that data traffic between boards in the. MicroTCA Packaging. system can be based on a wide range of suitable interconnects. Another attractive feature...
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...efficient passive convection cooling (i.e. no fans). capabilities changes the situation significantly. Both. The unit requires only 1 inch of free space on all sides. space constraints and cost can create headaches when. except the mounted base. It delivers full rated power. the demand for field...
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Ethernet pron.: /?i???rn?t/ is a family of computer networking technologies for local area networks (LANs). Ethernet was commercially introduced in
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Ethernet hub - Computer Dictionary Definition
Dictionary Home » Computer Definitions » Ethernet hub Ethernet hub A device that all lines on an Ethernet segment are plugged into.
Ethernet - Computer Dictionary Definition
Subsequently (1973), it was renamed Ethernet, from luminiferous ether, the omnipresent passive medium once theorized to pervade all space and to
A Router With Just One Ethernet Port...
discussion in this article on passive ethernet "hubs" etc. Other maybe interested in this passive 3 port ethernet hub design...
The Answer Guy 42: Ethernet Switches vs. Hubs
The traditional ethernet hub (concentrator, repeater, etc) is a relatively simple device which just amplifies the signals on any of its ports out to
Understanding Ethernet - The History of Ethernet - Who...
Bright Hub Leave a comment Home > Business The Invention of Ethernet written by: Ada Stoy ? edited by: Lamar Stonecypher ? updated: 3/9/2010
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