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30 Aug 2019 16:08 #143669 by tommylight

tecno wrote: Please explain your question.

Run your German question via Google Translate.

I suspect he is Polish working in Germany from the Pl in his nic and from his writing. I might be wrong......
:)

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30 Aug 2019 21:16 #143694 by rodw

tecno wrote: Crimping is easy using HQ tools and 'correct' connector to cable in use !!!!


Does this help?


It never really matters in my experience if you use stranded or solid cable with the standard crimp connectors.
Everything will still be colour coded. Just determine if the cbale is wired to the A or B standard and make it straight through
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31 Aug 2019 09:17 #143716 by tecno
Rod, there is a big difference in crimp quality if not using correct connectors. Two different beasts as regards the slotted prongs in the in the connector.

If using a stranded patch cable ALWAYS take a connector made for stranded wire!
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31 Aug 2019 14:37 #143724 by pl7i92
why dident you set the eth connector to a place you can connect from outside
plug on plug is always more risk to get EMI inside errors as of ....
there are cheep cable case thrus that fut tight and let pas ETH plugs while tighten the cable behind

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31 Aug 2019 14:55 #143728 by tecno
Why, in my case that would not be done with parts I have in the 19" rack.
7i96 is too wide to the red card rails.

Yes I know there are several ways to skin a cat but I found this to be less expensive and easy to fit. Also I want the rack box to be totally with connectors on all cables for ease of storing and no tangling cables.

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31 Aug 2019 15:04 #143730 by pl7i92
agree to you
its somtimes the best to do more work on cabeling to get a clener setup

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