CITS is the acronym for Corporeal IT Solutions
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To see a video how to make CAT-6 cable with a load bar visit our youtube link below:
ACMA is the statuory authority within the federal governments portfolio of Communications, Information Technology and Arts. ACMA is responsible for the regulation of:
The A-Tick and supplier code ensures that these particular products comply with ACMA's telecommunications requirements, for instance, license conditions, codes and standards.
The C-Tick and supplier code ensures that these particular products comply with ACMA's electromagnetics requirements, for instance, license conditions, codes and standards.
The 'Electrical Safety Compliance and RCM' label also ensures that these particular products comply with ACMA's electrical power cords and adaptors requirements, for instance, license conditions, codes and standards.
ACMA originated on 1 July 2005 after several mergers in the telecommunications and radiocommunications areas took place. For instance, the following former governing bodies were merged into ACMA, such as, Australian Broadcasting Authority (ABC), Australian Communications Authority, The Spectrum Management Agency (SMA) and The Australian Telecommunications Authority (AUSTEL).
To visit ACMA please click on this link ACMA
The international cabling manufacturers have to adhere to strict guidelines regulated by ETL SEMKO, which is a division of Intertek Group. ETL are accredited to perform the Global Cabling Products Testing Program, and subsequently are authorised to verify if cabling manufacturers conform to the ETL Verification Mark ETL SEMKO
The UL Listed and UL Verified Labels represent verification that the products have passed the testing performed by Underwriters Laboratories Inc.(UL). UL are an independant organisation, not-for-profit, product safety certification organisation that have been established, and world recognised for over 100 years by 104 countries. Click here to see details UL
To see installing instructions for Keystone Jacks click on our Support link in menu. Also we can provide you with data sheets on Neutrik brand of connectors and couplers, commonly used with amplifier and audio system applications. For instance, when ordering Neutrik and Ethercon products please contact our email support for data sheets. Alternatively you can go directly to Neutrik home page at www.neutrik.com
NEW 5Gbps Data Transfer Standard over four twisted pair cable
The USB3 Plugs Type A and B have an additional 5 pins over the original 4. USB3 is backward compatible with USB1 & USB2 plugs and peripherals. USB3 Peripherals may plug into USB2.0 but with performance drop to 2.0. USB1.1 & USB2.0 peripherals will plug into USB3 and perform to USB2.0 USB offers the advantage of 5V 900mA power over cable compatibility.
Maintains existing USB1.1 & USB2.0 standards plus SuperSpeed
USB3 Plug Type A is backward compatible with USB1.1 & USB2.0 USB3 Plug Type B plug differs in build. It will accept the older USB. ie: USB1.1 & USB2.0 peripheral device will plug into a USB Type B receptacle but not vice-versa as the new USB3 Type B Plug is taller. Micro-USB3 is an extended (wider) version of the Micro-USB Plug.
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In Internet slang, a troll is someone who posts inflammatory, extraneous, or off-topic messages in an online community, such as a forum, chat room, or blog, with the primary intent of provoking readers into an emotional response or of otherwise disrupting normal on-topic discussion. Reference: Wikipedia
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