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Product Data Sheets (pdf)...13W3 Video Splitters


Product Data Sheets (pdf)...iCOMPEL™ Q-Series VESA Mini Subscriber Unit

  • Video...3-Series Premium Lockable Patch Cables

    Watch this demonstration of how 3-Series Premium Lockable CATx Patch Cables work. With the patented LockPORT boot, one cable gives your three levels of security; locked, secure, and protected. (V107)


Black Box Explains... Buffers

A buffer (also called a spooler or a cache) is a temporary storage device used to share printers and compensate for a difference in speed and data flow between two... more/see it nowdevices. Buffers use RAM (Random-Access Memory) to take in data and hold it until the receiving device handles it.

A buffer serving a computer can be installed either internally or externally. Internal computer buffers are common in the forms of keyboard inputs, data caches, and video memory. An external buffer is usually used for printing.

An external buffer downloads jobs to the printer, freeing the computer so you can get back to work sooner.

A print buffer’s ports can be serial, parallel, or serial and parallel. Because a buffer’s ports operate independently of each other, a buffer also can be made to perform serial-to-parallel or parallel-to-serial conversion or to change the word structure and/or serial data rate (baud rate) of the data.

While most buffers are FIFO (First In, First Out), some advanced units can function as random-access buffers. For most serial buffers, hardware flow control is required, but some also support software (X-ON/X-OFF) control. Most buffers support printing of multiple copies of a document, provided the buffer has enough memory to store the entire print job. collapse

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  • 802.3at PoE (1 Port) Gigabit Injector User Manual
    User Manual for 802.3at PoE (1 Port) Gigabit Injector (2)
 
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  • DVI-D EDID Ghost Quick Start Guide
    Quick Start Guide for the VG-DVI (Version 1)
 

Black Box Explains...Ceramic and composite ferrules.

Cables manufactured with ceramic ferrules are ideal for mission-critical applications or connections that are changed frequently. These cables are high quality and typically have a very long life. Ceramic ferrules... more/see it noware more precisely molded and fit closer to the fiber than their composite counterparts, which gives them a lower optical loss.

On the other hand, cables with composite ferrules are ideal for less critical applications or connections that won’t be changed frequently. Composite ferrule cables are characterized by low loss, good quality, and long life. collapse


Product Data Sheets (pdf)...Heavy-Duty Edge Switches


Product Data Sheets (pdf)...DVI-D to VGA Adapter

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  • HD View User Manual
    User Manual for the AC3000A-R2, AC3008A-R2, AC3016A-R2, AC3003A-R2, AC3003A-NEC-R2, AC3004A-R2, AC3004A-NEC-R2, & AC3004A-NEC-R2 (Version 2)
 
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