A flexible piece of cable terminated at both ends with plugs. Used for interconnecting circuits on a patchboard.
A cable used for routing an audio signal between two patch jacks in a patch bay.
A relatively short cable with connectors at both ends. The patch cord connects two audio devices, such as a deck and an amp, or two decks. CAUTION: Audio plug hardware is not standardized. A church system may use several different formats. Make sure the plug on the end of your patch cord matches the jack on the audio device.
A length of cable with connectors on one or both ends used to join telecommunications circuits at the cross-connect.
A short length of cable with connectors on one or both ends, used to attach connection blocks, patch panels, etc.
Short cable used with patch bays.
A cable assembly with modular plugs on each end. Used for patching equipment to the patch panel in the equipment room and also used to connect to phones and computers at the drop.
a cord that matches with whatever both of the ends are
a fiber optic cable with a single connector on each end
A kind of jumper cable for cross connecting networked computers through the port on a patch panel or from a jack to a computer.
A short electrical cable used to connect individual components of a sound system
A short cable with RJ45 connectors on the end of each side of the cable that joins communication circuits together. You would put 1 end into a port on the patch panel and the other end into your network switch or hub.
An Ethernet cable, usually, straight-through type, that has RJ45 connectors at its ends.
A short cable often used in a patch panel, to easily and quickly connect two points together.
The cord on a patch panel used to complete a connection between various audio or video sources and desired pieces of equipment. See patch panel.
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Cable utilized to connect telecommunications circuits or links at the cross connect
A cable assembly with (usually) a plug on each end, used to make a cross connection.
The connecting cord between the terminal device and the drop.
an audio cable used to connect the output of a device to an amplifier or mixer.
Flexible cable unit or element with connector(s), used to establish connections on a patch panel.
A short, connectorized cable for interconnecting devices.