We can manufacture to customer spec, with custom lengths and custom pin outs any of the following computer cables: Printer Cables, USB Computer Cables, Mini-Din Cables, PS/2
Cables, IDE Cables & ATA Computer Cables, Serial RS-232 Computer Cables, Ribbon Cables, DB9, DB15, DB25, HD15 computer cables, Centronics & IEEE 1284 Computer Cables as well as KVM - Keyboard, Video, and
Our prices are very competitive prices, and we are very proud of our very short turnaround time.
Here is a list of some of the most requested custom computer
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RS232 Serial, USB, Parallel and Internal Ribbon computer cables:
DB9 Male to Male, Computer Cables, w/shielded or unshielded RS232 computer cable
DB9 Female to Female, Computer Cables, ww/shielded or unshielded RS232 computer cable
DB15 Male to Male, Computer Cables, w/shielded or unshielded RS-232 computer cable, 28awg
DB25 Male to Male, Computer Cables, w/shielded or unshielded RS-232 computer cable, 28awg
USB A/B Computer Cables, 24/28 awg
USB A/A Extension Cable, 24/28 awg
USB to Internal Computer Cables
Parallel Printer Cable IEEE-1284, Bi-Directional, DB25M to C36M
Parallel Printer Cable Standard Centronics DB25M to C36M, Computer Cables
ATA 100/66 IDE Ribbon Cable
DB9 Female to RJ45 Computer Cables
Custom Computer cables, DB25M to DB9M, DB25 to DB25
Video Cables, SVGA, SVHS, S-Video:
SVGA(HD15), 13W3, VGA, SVGA to 5 BNC(RGB Video Computer cables
Digital Flat Panel Cables(DFP) Models
Digital Video Interface(DVI) Computer Cables
DVI to DVI Analog Cable Assembly
DVI to VGA Cable Assembly
DVI to P&D Analog Cable Assembly
DVI to DVI-I Single Link Cable Assembly
DVI to DVI Single Link TMDS Cable Assemblies
DVI to DVI Dual Link TMDS Cable Assemblies
DVI to DVI-I Dual Link Cable Assembly
DVI-A Male to DVI-I Female Cable Assemblies
HPCN20 Male to DVI-I Female Cable Assemblies
DVI-D single link Male to DVI-I Female Cable Assemblies
DVI-D Dual link Male to DVI-I Female Cable Assemblies
Custom cable lengths and pin-outs for these types of cables and adapters can also be manufactured very
quickly and at extremely competitive prices.
Adapters and Gender changers:
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We manufacture and market a wide variety of gender changers that are slimline in size; most are fully
shielded. These adapters are built to insure consistent mating to all computer cables for reliable data exchange.
Custom manufacturing note:
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If you are in the design stages of your cabling solution, we can provide engineering assistance and prototyping. If your requirements are already specified and ready for quote, we are uniquely positioned to
meet your deadlines as well as your price targets.
Computer Cable Standards Comparison
RS232 Serial Cables
RS-232 computer cables are simple, universal, well understood and supported. But they have some serious shortcomings. The standard RS232 serial computer cable goes only to a speed of 256kbps and a
line lengths of 15M (50 ft). Today however, we see high speed ports on our home PC running very high speeds and with high quality cable maxim distance has increased greatly. The rule of thumb for the length
a data cable depends on speed of the data and the quality of the bulk computer cable used.
SCSI computer cables vs. ATA Cables
To make a fair comparison between modern SCSI (SCSI-3 cables) and ATA (ATA/ATAPI-6 cables) you have to look at two different scenarios: Single device and multiple device interconnect cables.
There is practically no difference between the two interfaces, this holds for bandwidth as well as resource
usage (CPU) as both interfaces use the most efficient way to transfer data, namely DMA.
This scenario is common in high-end desktop computers and servers where you connect multiple devices
to one or more interface adapters. This is where SCSI has major advantages compared to ATA in terms of Connectivity, Bandwidth, Efficiency, and Dependability.
USB 2.0 versus Firewire 1394 cables
USB interfaces and USB cables were a huge improvement from what came before, especially the slow
and unreliable serial and parallel interfaces and cables on Windows PCs. USB 1.1 moves data back and forth as fast as 12 megabits per second (Mbps). USB 2.0 is 40 times faster than its predecessor and is
capable of moving data at a blinding 480 Mbps.
Meanwhile, there is an entrenched competitor: IEEE 1394 standard and the related IEEE 1394 cables,
backed by a group called the 1394 Trade Association, Sony and Compaq. With 1394, data moves as fast as 400 Mbps, only slightly slower than USB 2.0. But USB 2.0 has a huge marketing advantage: Support
by microprocessors maker Intel and backward compatibility.
Digital Video Cables Vs. Analog Video
Digital video is simply a faster interface and cabling system, more scalable and easier to manage than
analog. It can be integrated with existing CCTV network installations to offer instantaneous access to recorded or live video, easier storage, and higher quality images that won't degrade over time. Digital video
systems can achieve one overriding objective; lower operating costs that result in an improved bottom line.
Cat6 Cables vs. Cat7 Network Cables
Cat 6 cables are same as Cat5e, except that they are made to a higher standard. The Cat6 standard is now officially part of the 568A standard. Cat6 Ethernet cables and patch
cords are available as both off-the-shelf and as custom made products.
Cat 7 computer and network cables are like the Cat6 patch cords and cables, except that are made to an even higher standard. The Cat7 standard is still in the works. Cat7 patch
cords will use an entirely new connector (other than the familiar RJ-45 used for cat 5, cat 5e and cat 6 patch cords).
Fiber Optic Cabling vs. Copper Cabling
Many people know that optical fiber offers several benefits over the life of the network -- such as reduced maintenance costs, ease of upgrading and reduced downtime. Furthermore, special studies have looked
at a disputed area, i.e. the first installed costs of a network using fiver vs. using copper. The conclusion: In many scenarios, an all-fiber network costs the same as UTP copper, or even less. Additionally, lower
lifecycle costs are an important benefit of deploying fiber, but they are more difficult to quantify.