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Network Accessories

PoE Injector
A PoE injector is a type of single port PoE switch that injects power to data onto a working Ethernet cable. Since the ethernet cable does not have a power supply through built-in switches, the injector here injects power into the endspan components like IP camera, VoIP camera, or wireless access points. Another benefit of an injector is that it is ideal for low-key devices. It helps in offering power to the devices that are installed in tough-to-reach locations. There are multiple types of injectors according to size, power type, etc.
Network Access Point
Network access point are wireless communication devices that create a central point of wireless connectivity. A wireless access point behaves much like a “hub” in that the total bandwidth is shared among all users for which the device is maintaining an active network connection. In order to provide wireless access to campus, Information Technology Services (IST) installs “access points” in and around the campus. These access points are generally small, antenna-equipped devices that connect directly to the local area network (LAN).
Multiple brands available like Aruba, Ubiquiti, Cisco
Patch Cables
A patch cable is a shorter Ethernet cable that manufacturers built with RJ45 connectors on both ends. Whether similar or different, you will want to use these cables when connecting two devices. You can identify Ethernet patch cables by the category the manufacturer designed them for. For example, most commercial and residential networks use Cat6, 6A, and 5e patches. However, Category 7 and Category 8 patch cables have become increasingly available. Cat6 patch cables are in your best interest due to a significant increase in transfer speed and bandwidth. Moreover, if you opt for a 5e cable, you may not experience any performance increase—especially if you choose a longer cable. Most patch cables that you find are pass through (or straight through) cables. Pass through cables send signals directly from your device to a panel, switch or router.
Print Servers
A print server, or printer server, is a device that connects printers to client computers over a network. It accepts print jobs from the computers and sends the jobs to the appropriate printers, queuing the jobs locally to accommodate the fact that work may arrive more quickly than the printer can actually handle.
Routers
This is to say that Routers connect networks. In addition, A router is hardware device designed to receive, analyze and move incoming packets to another network. It may also be used to convert the packets to another network interface, drop them, and perform other actions relating to a network. (1) it connects multiple computers, phones, tablets, or other devices to form a managed local area network, and (2) it provides Internet access to all of the compatible devices that are connected to the router.
Media Converter
Media Converters easily connect two different types of devices or networks together. While linking copper and fiber networks together in the common application, Fiber Media Converters also enable users to join together two multi-mode networks or link multi-mode to single mode for longer data transmission distances. Hence, Media Converters are also the perfect solution to convert and extend various types of data signals throughout your network. For example, If you have two devices or LAN that do not match, due to different speeds, operation types, modes or cable types, you are in the right place.
Networking Switch
Most business networks today use switches. In order to connect computers, printers, phones, cameras, lights, and servers in a building or campus. Although a switch serves as a controller, enabling networked devices to talk to each other efficiently. Through information sharing and resource allocation, switches save businesses money and increase employee productivity.
SFP Transceiver / Module
Firstly, SFP stands for (Small Form-factor Plug-able). A small transceiver that plugs into the SFP port of a network switch and connects to Fiber Channel and Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) optical fiber cables at the other end. Superseding the GBIC transceiver, SFP modules are also called “mini-GBIC” due to their smaller size.

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