Brainboxes

5-16 Port Unmanaged Fast Ethernet Switches

These standalone switches are ideal for home office use when adding additional devices to your network. They feature basic 100Mbps speeds and simple plug and play set-up with no configuration required. Power over Ethernet (PoE) models are also available.

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5-16 Port Unmanaged Gigabit Ethernet Switches

These standalone switches are ideal for home office use when adding additional devices to your network. They feature 1000Mbps (or 1GbE) speeds and simple plug and play set-up with no configuration required. Power over Ethernet (PoE) models are also available.

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Bluetooth Adaptors

These Bluetooth dongles come with USB connectivity and allow a computer with a USB port to become Bluetooth enabled. This will allow the computer to connect to a range of Bluetooth devices. or even create a network amongst nearby machines.
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Ethernet I/O

These devices are used to enable high-end levels of office and shop floor automation. They can be used to control motors, fans, pumps, battery chargers, LEDs and more. Our range includes devices that can handle a multitude of different ports, and products that are designed to work in tough field conditions.

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Media Converters

The products in this category are used to extend wired internet connections over extreme distances. Entry-level products can be used to use a connection over hundreds of metres, and pricier models extend connections over 20 or even 60 kilometres.

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Network Tools / Fittings / Accs.

Network wall sockets, tools and accessories for all your cabling network requirements. Build a integrated cable network within the walls of a building to making up loose network patch cables.
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Serial & Parallel I/O Cards

A collection of cards designed to give systems additional connections such as serial, parallel, USB, or Firewire ports to enable the use of both legacy and newer digital products.

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