No, this is not a kind of cable that is used in electrical related stuff. Triangle Cables is the name of an online marketplace selling a ton of different computer cables and accessories at affordable prices.
The thing is when you shop online, they tend to be cheaper. Cheaper compared to what you can find in retail stores. Is it because of tax issues? Perhaps. But I have been in cyberspace for a long time to notice that buying things online is cheaper. Even more so when they are wholesale.
Triangle Cables guarantees all cables and passive adapters are free of defects for the life of the product. That means if at some point it breaks down, you get new ones replaced for free!
When you shop for cables in their online marketplace, all purchases made come with a 30 day hassle free return, same day shipping, brand new products, lifetime warranty on all cables and becoming a very satisfied customer.
They have been selling such cables for over a decade. That says a lot on where they stand as a company and the products they sell. Look up the online marketplace of Triangle Cables and take advantage of the relatively affordable prices.
If you have never heard of Comcast, then you must be from outer space. Really. Comcast is the largest cable operator in the United States offering a variety of services related to cable and Internet.
I do not have a Comcast subscription of my own since I do not live in the United States but I know a lot of friends and relatives who have been active subscribers for many years. As such, I have heard good things about their services.
One of these is having a multitude of TV lineup in perfect clarity. So many channels to choose from, so many options available. Their Internet packages also comes in great deals like the double play or triple play where a subscriber can also get Comcast Digital Voice which offers real time, multi directional voice functionality
Channels do vary based on location and digital cable plan. You should enter your address to see which ones pop up from your location. As far as I have seen, those packages in Comcast Monterey offer some sweet deals. And you know how it is with cable these days, HD is the way to go to fully enjoy crystal clear movies and TV and Comcast is no stranger to this.
Frankly speaking, cabling systems are a complicated thing. With so many wires involved, a group installing them should be knowledgable in every aspect from wirings to design and structures. There are many types of cabling systems, as they are categorized in terms of the data rates that they can sustain effectively.
The specifications describe the cable material as well as the types of connectors and junction blocks to be used in order to conform to a category. For ISO/IEC standards, the category refers to the cable and class refers to the connector. ISO are international standards and can be followed anywhere in the world. A standard is different than a code in that standards are voluntary and provide a guideline so that all manufacturers have a minimum set of parameters to work with. A code, on the other hand, is law and is enforced through an AHJ (Authority having Jurisdiction).
While longer connections for Gigabit Ethernet use fiber optic cables, the goal is to leverage the CAT 5 and CAT 5E twisted-pair wiring most organizations already have in place for connections out to the desktop. (Four pairs of twisted pair are used.) In old split pair configurations, PoE MidSpan can not be used. PoE is supported on 5e or better; however the higher performing cable provides better heat performance with shielded systems better than UTP.