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Black Box 3-Series CAT5e/6/6A Lockable Patch Cables

Introducing 3-Series CAT5e/6/6A Lockable Patch Cables
These high-performance cables give users the ability to lock critical network ports. Use them for everyday network connections. When security is needed, slip a Locking Pin into the patented, LockPORT™ boot. Best of all, they cost the same as regular patch cords.




Aurora Multimedia Corp. DXE-CAT-RX3C-A

DXE-CAT-RX3 Aurora’s new HDBaseT receiver line adds four models, all incorporating screen/lift control, external audio inputs from mic/paging systems as well as an audio output. Two models add a powerful room amplifier as well as an embedded Web Control Engine for overall system control from any tablet or web-based device. The DXE-CAT-RX3…




Xantech EN85K Ensemble

Xantech’s EN85K Ensemble universal IR kit allows integrators to send IR signals to concealed equipment for more convenient, aesthetically pleasing installations. Unique features including a new dime-sized microsensor, high-performance receiver chip, and flexible housing options ensure compatibility with the latest trends in A/V system…




Extron Electronics FOX II DP

The FOX II DP represents the highest level of performance for Extron FOX Series fiber optic products. It can be used in point-to-point applications or with a FOX Matrix switcher for an HDCP-compliant distribution system supporting DisplayPort video up to resolutions of 2560x1600, multi-channel audio, and bidirectional RS-232 and IR control…




Quest Technology Int'l, Inc. LocJack Cat6 Locking Keystone Jack

Quest Technology introduces LocJack, our patented Cat6/Cat5E/Cat3 locking keystone jack for securing data/voice cables from accidental or intentional removal or insertion by unauthorized personnel. LocJack’s locking feature is built into each jack providing a secure fastening of any standard LAN cable and a Port-Blocker feature prevents…




SunBriteTV SB-HDWT

SunBriteTV’s Wireless HD Transceiver (SB-HDWT) is a weatherproof device capable of wirelessly transmitting a HD signal up to 150 feet away for devices such as HD set-top boxes, Blu-ray players and DVRs. Pair the HDWT with a SunBriteTV outdoor television to create a customized outdoor living and entertainment space.




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