• Allows two computers to share a single cable
• Requires two available ports on a network switch
• Supports 10/100Base-T network communication
(2) RJ45 Female
(1) RJ45 Connector
The RJ45 Network Combiner allows two computers to share a single network cable drop saving time and money. Installation takes seconds, simply connect a RJ45 Network Combiner to both ends of the of the cable run, and then complete the installation with four Ethernet cables, two cables from the network devices to the first RJ45 Network Combiner and two cables from the second RJ45 Network Combiner to two Ethernet ports on a network switch. The innovative design of this product allows the network device connected to port one to use the standard four conductors for Ethernet communication, while the network device connected to port two uses the four conductors that are typically unused. By providing two ports at both ends of the cable run, the RJ45 combiner allows two network devices to connect to two unique Ethernet ports which is required for Ethernet communication.
Please Note: Use of this product requires two available Ethernet ports on a network switch. The pair of RJ-45 Combiner kit must be used together for each installation, one on each end of the cable run, for proper operation.
|Weight :||0.206 LB|
• Supports network speeds up to 100 Mbps
• RJ45 Male with molded strain relief
• 1 Pair of RJ45 Splitter/combiner adapters
• 1 Users guide
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Comments about RJ45 Network Combiner Kit:
We needed additional Network items in an office and did not want to run additional cables. Works great.
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Q:I seek a product like this for a 10/1000 (gigabit) network. Does this work with a gigabit network? if not, do you have such an offering?
A:Product 37049 is only rated for 10/100. Unfortunately it is not capable of gigabit.
Q:Just wondering: Exactly what does it mean to have "one on each end of the cable" chain? Is this an into and out of connection, like a daisy chain, e.g. the router to the computer, the computer to the printer?
A:This has been responded to in email with a picture that better describes the way to connect them.