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  • If you are looking to buy a specific Video Splitter, a certain cable, a longer power cord...and a specific adapter or convertor... Well you can leave all this hassle behind and find all the cables and accessories you may need at wholesale prices, all at SFCable.com. What really makes SF Cable the place to go is the fact that we have over 8000 SKUs of cables, components and accessories for comput...

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SF Cable Inc.
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  • Do you have an Iphone 4 /4S docking station or older device in your home that you want to use with your Iphone 5? Or do you have an Iphone 4/4S sound system in you car and want to listen to the music on you Iphone 5? This Lightning/3.5mm audio to 30 pin adapter cable will allow you to plug your newer Apple device into your docking station, car sound system, or Apple speaker system. Now you can ge...

SF Cable Inc.
SF Cable Inc.
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  • Are you tired of waiting for your computer to make a noise so that you know if a cable is working? Do you want a quicker notification system of data transfer for your Iphone 5? This Lightning to USB data and charging cable lights up when it is connected and functioning! Not just another annoying blinking LED on your computer, the entire cable lights up and the light flows to show that your Apple...

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SF Cable Inc.
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  • SF Cable 2-prong C7 power adapter, USA IEC 60320-C7 receptacle to NEMA 1-15P ( Part# YL-1113 or YL-1113L) is ideal for replacing your long power cord of camera battery charger supplied by the SLR Camera manufacturers: Pentax, Nikon, or Canon SLR. SF Cable compact, portable power adapter will allow you an extra important room in your camera bag. Order your YL-1113 or Yl-113L today at www.sfcable...

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  • SFCable.com C14 Secure Sleeve adapter will help ensure the weakest link in the power chain. Simply insert our C14 Secure Sleeve into the C14 connector on the cord. It eliminates the C14 plug from jiggling out. It has the strength to securely hold plug in place. Our C14 Secure Sleeve adapters comes in multiple colors For more detail visit us at www.sfcable.com

SF Cable Inc.
SF Cable Inc.
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  • Even though wireless networks are on the rise, there are still so many reasons to go for a wired connection. A wireless connection is yet to reach the level of security wired connections offers. And then, when it comes to your Wi-Fi, speed matters the most after security.The way out to get the best of both is a wired connection. Wireless appears easy. Convenient! At times, wired connection could m...

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SF Cable Inc.
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  • The primary function of fiber optic cables is to send signals across long distances. The transmission of these signals takes place in the form of light. This answers for the speed of broadcast and its zero interference with other electronic devices around.How does it actually work?Each of the cables constitutes thin strands of glass, which we often hear of as ‘fiber optics.’ These pieces of glass ...

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SF Cable Inc.
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  • Data is a commodity nowadays and it’s available for free. Smallest of the devices such as smartphones provide data in the range of 16-128GB. The challenge lies in utilization of this data fully. The smaller screens remain a critical roadblock in comparison to that with televisions or laptops. So why not use the large television screen and data from your mobile device?It is in fact becoming a commo...

SF Cable Inc.
SF Cable Inc.
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  • Keeping in view the increasing number of electrical accidents in consideration, the Consumer Protection has issued a warning to online customers who buy electronic appliances from overseas sellers. According to reports, the power adapters delivered along with the appliances do not synchronize with United States’ safety standards and could injure or prove to be fatal in worst cases.There had been a...

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SF Cable Inc.
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  • High Definition digital content is on the rise and given the number of options available for monitor connections, it can be cumbersome and confusing to decide multiple interface standards for your monitor or television screens. Some of the old interfaces included VGA, DVI, Component, etc. but they no more pass up as preferable interfaces for HD content.HDMI and DisplayPort are the interfaces devel...

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SF Cable Inc.
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  • You must have come across the word Bulk Network Cables. They are a hardware deployed to connect one network device to another or to connect computers with other devices. These cables bare wire and require plugs at both ends to fit the devices to be connected. You can also use them to connect various monitors and monitors to external input or output devices.With the advent of tutorials and written ...

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SF Cable Inc.
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  • In the recent years, manufacturers have halted the production of computers with a RS-232 port which was quite common in old computers. Now the only way to connect RS-232 devices with computers is by using computer adapters which connect such devices to USB ports. Thus, a USB to RS-232 adapter is required to make the connection.More often than not, users face issues while connecting their RS-232 de...

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SF Cable Inc.
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  • Category 6A cables, generally referred to as CAT 6A are becoming increasingly popular among users because of their transmission speed which is much better than previous versions like CAT 5e, CAT 6, and others. The transmission speed of these cables can go up to 10Gbps and therefore becoming first choice for users of VoIP, CCTV, and other data networks. The data transfer is facilitated at the frequ...

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SF Cable Inc.
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  • For all those who are unaware, “NEMA” is an abbreviation of National Electrical Manufacturer’s Association. It is an an association of electrical equipment and medical imaging manufacturers and its mission is to build and and promote safe electrical standards as well as products.If a plug is labelled “NEMA”, you can consider it to be an industry standard for safety. NEMA offers a wide array of plu...

SF Cable Inc.
SF Cable Inc.
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  • Serial communication used to be one of the major ways to connect peripherals like scanners, joysticks and printers to PCs for several years. One of the most commonly used cable connector for this type of communication was 9-pin D-Subminiature connector which is also known as DB9 cable or a DE-9 cable.DB9 serial cables has nine pins which were enough to carry data in the series. But it has certain ...

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SF Cable Inc.
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  • In today’s world of Internet of Things and Industrial Automation, the utility of Ethernet Cables has become inevitable. According to the concept of Internet of Things, even the everyday objects have network connectivity, which enables them to send and receive data. But in order to make the data exchange smooth, it is important to install Ethernet Cables properly.By doing so, you will be able to de...

SF Cable Inc.
SF Cable Inc.
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  • If you are an avid buyer of electronic products, you must know about HDMI cables. HDMI is an abbreviated form of High Definition Multimedia Interface. It is a single cable that helps to transmit high definition video and audio. There are several myths and misconceptions surrounding these cables. Here’s an insight to these myths along with the explanations and clarifications to each one of them.1. ...

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SF Cable Inc.
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  • When Apple unveiled its latest MacBook Pro, the authorities announced that the device would just use USB Type C port for transferring data and powering it. Since that day, USB Type C has gained popularity and has set an example for other USB cable standards. So what exactly is USB C cable and what makes it better than other USB cables? Let’s check it out:Introduction to USB Type C Cable Type C is ...

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SF Cable Inc.
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  • Keystone jacks are regular size rectangular like modules. They help to attach wires to outlets in a patch panel or a wall plate. You can find a plenty of jacks that are available in the keystone format. These include jacks used for networking and telephone cables, USB and HDMI cables as well as coaxial and RCA cables. Sometimes too many wires and cables put together create a total mess. If you wan...

SF Cable Inc.
SF Cable Inc.
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  • Fiber Optic cables are the first choice when it comes to making network installations and upgrades. This is because they transmit data really fast. They’re also the most preferred option for enabling good quality internet connection. So what else makes them superior to copper cables? Let’s check out.1. Thin and robust As compared to copper cables, fiber cables are much lighter and thinner in weigh...

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SF Cable Inc.
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  • Power cords are an inevitable part of our life. No matter where we go, we always find them around us. This is because they are used to connect and power different equipment, appliances, gadgets and electrical supply. As we often deal with power cords, we must know how to handle them safely. If an electrician or a professional comes across a power cord hanging loosely in your house, it is quite lik...

SF Cable Inc.
SF Cable Inc.
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  • Choosing from amongst Category 5e, 6 and 6a cables has been difficult for a lot of people. Whenever you decide to purchase one of these for your Ethernet network, several factors like data transfer speed, connection distance and costs that have to be considered. Each of these cables has a different standard. Let us understand how and why.CAT5E Cables Although CAT 5E cable is cheap, it is quite slo...

SF Cable Inc.
SF Cable Inc.
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  • When it comes to buying any kind of wire connectors, for example, computer connectors or adapters, people are overconfident. This is because they are unaware of the fact that not all wire connectors are built in the same way. This article will highlight some common blunders that occur while buying wire connectors. It will also provide you with the insights to avoid these errors.Choosing the wrong ...

SF Cable Inc.
SF Cable Inc.
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  • There is an array of power cords available in the market. It can get quite perplexing to choose the one that will fit your needs. In order to know more about them, you must have more information about these cords. This article will acquaint you with IEC C13 and IEC C15 power cords and how they are different from each other. But before that, let us understand what IEC is. IEC stands for Internation...

SF Cable Inc.
SF Cable Inc.
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  • CAT6 Ethernet Cable is one of the most popular Ethernet cables. It was standardized by Electronic Industries Association and Telecommunications Industry Association (EIA). This article will provide you with all the information about CAT6 Ethernet Cables and its types.The working of CAT6 Ethernet Cables Being the sixth version of twisted pair Ethernet cabling, CAT6 was built in order to support the...

SF Cable Inc.
SF Cable Inc.
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  • Extension cords are a part of our everyday life. They are utilized at homes and workplaces for a number of purposes like plugging in decorative lights, extra audio systems, space heaters etc. These cords are available in traditional stores as well as online. Before buying these, you must know the purpose of buying and get information about their power and voltage.If you read the informational pape...

SF Cable Inc.
SF Cable Inc.
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  • Keystone Jack is one of the most commonly used elements in networking. They are used for networking installations when a computer is connected to a network port. Keystone Jacks have a standardized design. They are created in such a way that they can be fixed into patch panels, keystone plates and keystone boxes.For establishing a connection, the keystone jack is pushed into a port and can position...

SF Cable Inc.
SF Cable Inc.
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  • CAT 5E Cable is the successor of CAT5 cable and predecessor of CAT6 cable. CAT5E ethernet cables are mostly used for multi-line phone systems and networks. They are also used for plugging a computer or laptop into a modem for carrying internet connections. They have a maximum frequency of 100 MHz and are capable of transmitting up to 10/100/1000Mbps data. You might be aware of the uses of these ne...

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