Tamper Proof Outlets prevent access to a networking outlet, effectively reducing the possibility of an unauthorised disconnection. Find out what they are and how they work.
In this article, we'll outline four use cases for FP200 Gold cable to help give you an idea of where it's installed and why.
There are many good reasons to install LSZH (low smoke zero halogen) including saving lives in the event of a fire. Read this blog post for more information.
If you buy networking cable online, you may have seen the term XeLAN – but what is it? In this blog post, we’ll take a look at all things XeLAN so you can see why it’s taking the structured cabling industry by storm!
A new HDMI standard (HDMI 2.1) is now here. But what’s the difference and why can’t you just continue to use the cables you have?
Find out the difference between the different categories of fibre optic cable including OM2, OM3, OM4 and OS2 as well as the upcoming OM5 specification.
In this article we explain why CPR rated cables exist and why you should be installing them on structured cabling installs.
In this article, we explain the different types of VESA mounts available and explore the range of motion types that can be purchased.
In this article we explore the differences between singlemode and multimode fibre in order to help you select the right cable for your project.
This article aims to explain SFP standards, specifications and compliance in order to understand why compatibles are identical to vendor produced transceivers.
In this article, we’ll explore the different types of SFP’s that are available, what they’re for and some of their features.
In this short article, we explore the different types/shapes of connector to fit your device, as well as how the cables are tested to ensure that they meet a variety of safety regulations and standards.