Cable Manufacturer

Sunshine is a professional cable manufacturer. we do have kinds of USB Cable, Fibre Optic Cable, HDMI Cable, Cat Cable, Power Cable, Coaxial Cable, DisplayPort Cable, DVI in Cable, Telephone Cable, Lan cable and RCA Cable. Wires and cables serve a critical role in a wide range of industrial, commercial, and residential applications by facilitating the transmission of power and data in and between connected devices, equipment, and systems.

Given a large number of applications, wires and cables are designed and manufactured in numerous standard variations, each of which offers unique characteristics that make them suitable for different use cases. Sunshine could provide OEM cables and ODM cables for you with monoprice.

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Advantages of Choosing a Custom Cable

There are many reasons to choose a custom cable over a standard cable.


Better Performance

Investing in custom cable gives you the freedom to design and manufacture a connection solution that meets your exact needs. As a result, the cable is more likely to operate effectively and efficiently, resulting in better transmission and lower energy.


Longer Service Life

Since custom cables are tailored to the voltage, current, and other operating parameters specific to the intended application, they are equipped with the characteristics necessary to offer reliable performance for longer than standard product solutions.

Broader Flexibility/Versatility

Custom cables allow you to design your products how you envision them rather than working around the limitations of standard cables.

Design Considerations for Custom Cables

Once you've decided to invest in a custom cable solution, an experienced cable manufacturer can guide you through the design process. Some of the key design elements to consider are.

Cable Type

There are cables for everything from small consumer electronics to medical machines. As such, it is important to choose one that is designed for your particular application. Your custom cable manufacturer should offer you a broad selection of conductor options—e.g., single-conductor, multi-conductor, multi-paired constructions, etc.—so you can choose the one that best suits your needs.


IThe amount of flexibility or rigidity required in a cable depends on the application. Solid conductors are used for cables that need greater rigidity, while multi-stranded conductors are used for cables that demand greater flexibility.

Indoor vs. Outdoor Use

Custom cables for indoor environments have different requirements than custom cables for outdoor environments. Cables intended for outdoor use must include sufficient protection to protect them from extended exposure to the elements.

Industry Standards

Cables must comply with various industrial regulations for the safety of end-users. Some of the relevant standards are:
UL Standards: These standards are established by Underwriter Laboratories, a standardization organization dedicated to establishing safety and performance standards for products and equipment in the United States and Canada.
CSA Standards: These standards are created by the CSA Group, a non-governmental standardization organization that provides product safety and performance guidelines.
NEC Standards: The National Electric Code (NEC) outlines safety guidelines for the installation of electrical equipment and wiring.

Key Components in Custom Cables​​​​​​​

Cables consist of several components—including conductors, insulation, shielding, jacketing, and filler—all of which must be carefully selected to accommodate the operating and environmental conditions of the application.
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    Conductors are at the core of all cables. These components come in a variety of materials and configurations to suit different applications. For example, they can be made from bare copper, tinned copper, or silver-plated copper wire in gauges ranging from 28 to 4 AWG and configured. Your cable designer can help you to determine the best conductor material and configuration for your application.
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    Insulation prevents conductors from coming into contact with each other and the external environment. Some of the most commonly employed insulating materials are polyvinyl chloride (PVC), polyethylene (PE), Teflon (PTFE, etc.), and polypropylene (PP). Each of these materials exhibits different levels of resistance to electrical potential, temperature, moisture, abrasion, and UV radiation.
  • 03
    Shielding protects cables against receiving and emitting electrical interference, which can affect the purity and consistency of signal transmission. The type of interference you need protection against determines which shielding material is needed. Typical material options include mylar foil wrap, braided wire, spiral serve wire, or combinations of these types.
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    The jacket of a cable is its outermost layer of insulation. It provides protection against environmental conditions such as heat, moisture, and abrasion and plays a large role in determining the flexibility of the cable as a whole. Many of the materials used for insulation are also used for jackets, including inexpensive PVC, and weather-resistant polyethylene (PE). Additionally, there is strong and flexible polyurethane (PU).
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    Fillers are generally added to cables to achieve a rounder shape. Similar to the materials from other cable components, the materials for fillers must accommodate the electrical and environmental requirements of the application. Common fillers include polyethylene, polypropylene, nylon, paper, and cotton.

Why Choose Sunshine as Custom Cable Manufacturer?

At Sunshine, we are big advocates of custom cable, especially since it's our specialty! Here are the key benefits of custom cable:


Custom cables are often the only option that incorporates specific features required for extending the lifespan of the product. Specific electrical parameters, tolerances, and suitability for specific environmental conditions can be ensured. And we can offer a variety of cable types, like optical cable, speaker cable, lightning cable, internet cable​​​​​​​

Incorporating multiple functions such as power, signal, tubing, etc. in one cable saves space, speeds up installations or assemblies, eliminates waste, and ensures unmatched performance.


Many options are available for conductor size & materials, strand configurations, insulation & jacket materials, color codes, and more. As your design evolves, your cable can adapt to it.

Production runs / cable lengths can be changed on a per-order basis. Design changes can be quickly & easily deployed.


Eliminate the guesswork of determining if you can accomplish your design or project goals using catalog parts.

Cable Factory-Accountability

Working directly with the manufacturer of your cable gives you the ability to hold them accountable for the quality and service levels you require.


Products or installations incorporating custom extension cable tend to have a much neater appearance. Eliminate unwieldy collections of messy wires & cables. Avoid the laborious process of applying labels & expensive protective sleeving. Incorporate your company marketing into the design.


Save on labor by using products requiring less assembly or installation time.
Don't pay for additional conductors, shields, or other unnecessary features.
Avoid waste by ordering full factory spools with more material than required.
Save time wasted on reviewing product catalogs that don't contain the item(s) you need.
Eliminate the need for pricey wire management products.
Avoid replacing cables that fail prematurely.

Solution for Customized Cable



USB Cables Logo Printing

Our factory has a laser engraving logo machine, and a silk printing machine, which also supports open new molding to emboss the logo on the usb c cable, micro usb cable, USB-C cable and usb extension cable.


HDMI Cable Packaging

We have professional cable machine and can do customized HDMI Cable packaging, like color box, opp bag, etc. we also can provide the packaging die-cut to you for design.
Cat Cable Length

Cat Cable Length

Sunshine manufactures different length of Cat Cable cable, like 1ft/3ft/4ft/5ft/6ft/10ft Cat 5 Cable,  Cat 6 Cable, cat 6 ethernet cable or even 16ft, we surely could meet your requirements.

Power Cable Color

As a factory, we can make almost all kinds of colored cable, please provide us the color panton number, and we can make the color cable as you need

Coaxial Cable Material

We did make kinds of material Coaxial Speaker cable, like PVC, copper, etc, all the materials meet the RoHS/Reach/Ca65 standard.

DisplayPort Cable Shape

Sunshine has many models Display Port cable available for your choice, we are also able to open the molding to your design to meet your demands.

Cable Wholesale

We have flexible production and dispatching services from China and outside China--Vietnam. Sunshine Electronics has become one of the most well-trusted Cable manufacturers and suppliers in both China and outside China--in Vietnam. We are available to provide two production lines for Cables in China and Vietnam at the same time, which means not only we could supply cables in bulk to meet your high-volume requirements, but also you could decide whether to dispatch your Cables from China or Vietnam. The most important factor is that Cables produced in China and Vietnam are all of high quality, and the specifications of Cables in China and Vietnam are all the same.

Sunshine Electronics wholesale universal Cables in bulk and could provide custom labeling and packaging designs for you to boost your company. Ethernet Cables and Coaxial Cables cater to customers’ different needs to charge various electronic devices at home and in cars.

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We Respond to Your Inquiry for Cables Within 12 Hours

Generally speaking, time is an invaluable resource for your business and thus fast service delivery for Cables is important and necessary to get a good result. Consequently, our short response times aim to provide easy access to our services of Cables to meet your needs.

We Provide Customer-Based Solution of Cables

Our aim is to offer a customized solution to meet all your requirements for Cables. We are determined to bring your vision to life because customer satisfaction for Cables is extremely important to us.

We Achieve the Goal of Efficient Cable Manufacturing

The Sunshine factories in China and outside China--Vietnam are fitted with the machinery of highly Validated and Recognized test equipment brands in our laboratories and production workshop, to ensure that we efficiently manufacture high-quality, fast, compact and compatible Cables. It also enables us to produce in bulk within short turnaround times and prove competitive prices for Cables.

We Offer Custom Cable Labeling and Packaging

If you come to us with Cable packaging needs, we will do our best to make them come true. We have available designs for Cables that you can choose from or we could explore customization for custom Cables that you want.

Cable FAQ

  • What does a fiber optic cable do?

    Fiber optics transmit data in the form of light particles -- or photons -- that pulse through a fiber optic cable. The glass fiber core and the cladding each have a different refractive index that bends incoming light at a certain angle.
  • Is fiber optic better than WIFI?

    Considering the difference in speed between both networks, fiber optic cables provide faster data transmission than wireless networks. While wireless networks can become slower during busy times, fiber optic connections remain strong, even during peak hours.
  • What are the 2 types of fiber optic cable?

    There are two types of fibre optic cables  multimode and single-mode. Multimode optical fibre or OFC is capable of carrying multiple light rays (modes) at the same time as it has varying optical properties at the core. Single-mode fibre has a much smaller core size (9 microns).
  • What are the disadvantages of fiber optic cable?

    Disadvantages of Fibre Optic Cable
    The cost to produce optic fibre cabling is higher than that of copper. Installation is also more expensive as special test equipment is usually required. As they are made of glass, fibre optic cables are more fragile than electrical wires like copper cabling.
  • Is fiber better than Ethernet?

    Fiber is clearly faster, being able to sustain data speeds more than 100x faster than Ethernet under ideal conditions. That being said, it becomes a question of whether an environment needs data speeds that fast.
  • Is fiber better than 5G?

    Fiber internet is faster and more reliable than the 5G network, becoming the preferred choice among tech experts. With speeds up to 100 times faster than traditional broadband, a fiber connection can easily handle all of your online needs.
  • Is optic fibre faster than 5G?

    While convenient to tap into, the worst thing about 5G is that it travels through the air. This means compared to fibre, it will have higher latency than fibre (the time it takes for data to transmit across the network).
  • What kind of fiber cable does AT&T use?

    If you see the 300, 500 or gigabit speed tiers offered at your address, you can access AT&T's fiber internet service, which uses 100% fiber technology.
  • How long does fiber optic cable last?

    In addition, optical networks are made up of optical fibers of various types, lengths, and generations, some of which have been deployed for more than 30 years and have an estimated life span of 20 to 40 years.
  • What is the difference between fiber optic cable and regular cable?

    The short version: Fiber is faster, more reliable, and more expensive. Cable is slower, but it still supports fast speeds and is more widely available.
  • Does fiber optic require electricity?

    Like we mentioned, fiber-optic internet lines transfer data using modulated light instead of electricity. That gives them much higher bandwidth capacity, since they're not bound by the physical limitations of electricity conducting through metal.
  • What is a coaxial cable used for?

    Coaxial cable is a type of copper cable specially built with a metal shield and other components engineered to block signal interference. It is primarily used by cable TV companies to connect their satellite antenna facilities to customer homes and businesses.
  • Is a coax cable the same as a TV cable?

    A coaxial cable, also known as a coax cable, is a specialized cable used to send data and radio frequencies without extra electrical interference, known as static. They're commonly used for devices like TVs, the internet, and radios.
  • Can a TV work without a coaxial cable?

    If you wish to watch a live TV service through your TV like Freeview or Freesat you will need a coaxial cable connecting into your TV. If you have a TV aerial socket plate or satellite socket a coaxial flylead will be required to connect between this and your TV.
  • Do I connect coax cable to modem or router?

    Connect one end of the coaxial cable to the cable wall outlet, then connect the other end to the modem. Connect the modem power cord into an electrical outlet, then connect the other end to the modem.
  • Does it matter what coaxial cable I use?

    Poor quality coaxial cable can impact TV reception, so it's important to choose the best cable for the job. Coaxial cable designed for domestic television should be 75 Ohm, with RG-6 coaxial being ideal for TV.
  • How can you tell the quality of a coaxial cable?

    Coaxial cables generally use the label “RG,” which stands for “Radio Guide” and is accompanied by numbers to create a code that distinguishes the cable model. Once you find the designation code, you will quickly identify the type of coaxial cable!
  • Does the length of the coax affect the signal?

    Does Length of Coaxial Cable Affect Signal Loss? Yes, the greater the length of the coax cable you use, the more signal loss you will experience.
  • Which is better RG11 or RG6?

    The RG11 cable will give you a better signal at its end compared to the end of the RG6 when given a specific length of cable. Meanwhile, noticeable attenuation will only happen to the RG11 cable once you start using longer RG11 cables since the signal travels longer distances, leading to attenuation.
  • What is the best coaxial cable for long runs?

    RG-59 coaxial cable is the best type for CCTV systems, but RG-6 can also be used. RG-6 can run longer distances than RG-59 without loss to a video signal, however, it's a thicker, firmer cable that isn't as convenient to work with.
  • Are there different grades of coaxial cable?

    The three most commonly used coaxial cable types for video applications are RG59/U, RG6/U, and RG11/U. RG59/U is available with either solid copper or copper-clad steel center conductor. It's suitable for basic analog TV antenna feeds in residential applications and for basic CCTV systems over short cable runs.
  • Is coax as fast as Ethernet?

    Compared to ethernet cables, coax cables are better at transmission speeds and frequencies.
  • What is a DVI cable?

    DVI stands for Digital Visual Interface and offers a distinctly sharper, better picture than VGA. It's a unique connector because it can carry both digital and analog signals. DVI can also easily convert to other standards like HDMI and VGA.
  • Is DVI better than HDMI?

    HDMI is the best choice if you are just connecting a gaming console, blu-ray player or streaming device to your TV. DVI is a good choice if you're looking to get the most out your high frame rate on a 1080p monitor. With the latest graphics cards, gaming at 4K resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate is possible.
  • Is DVI used anymore?

    These cables do support 4k display, however it is only at 30hz, which is very much outdated compared to HDMI and DP cables. These cables are also pin based, meaning that the cable itself has exposed pins. Newer GPU's do not have DVI connections on them, rendering these almost obsolete.
  • Is A DVI cable the same as a VGA?

    The main difference between VGA and DVI is in picture quality and the way the video signals travel. VGA connectors and cables carry analog signals while DVI can carry both analog and digital. DVI is newer and offers better, sharper display compared to VGA.
  • Can you connect DVI to HDMI?

    If you have a device with an HDMI port, you can use an HDMI-to-DVI adapter to connect it to a DVI monitor. These adapters will provide versatility to your computing experience.
  • Can DVI do 4K?

    4K video cannot be outputted from the DVI port due to the limitation of resolution which is a maximum of 2560 x 1600. To get 4K resolution, you will be need to use HDMI or use the DisplayPort ports.
  • How do I connect my monitor to DVI?

    The male DVI connector plugs into your device's female DVI output, and you connect a standard VGA cable to the female VGA connector. Finally, simply plug this into your monitor.
  • Can DVI carry audio?

    DVI supports video signals only; it does not support audio. Since the DVI jack on the connected device does not output audio, the HDMI connection on the TV is not receiving any audio.
  • Does DVI transfer data?

    DVI uses Transition Minimized Differential Signaling (TMDS) to transmit data over one twisted wire pair. A single-link DVI connector consists of four TMDS links. Three of the four links correspond to the red, green, and blue RGB video signals, while the fourth is a clock control channel.
  • Can DVI be converted to USB?

    The DVI to DisplayPort converter is USB powered, giving you the freedom to power it using a USB port on your computer, unlike some converters that require bulky external power adapters.
  • Can you connect DVI to laptop?

    A laptop DVI adapter is a small device that allows you to connect your laptop to a DVI display. It is useful for people who want to use their laptops with an external display. This allows them to have a larger display and more space for working on documents or spreadsheets.
  • Do high-quality RCA cables make a difference?

    RCA cables do make a difference due to them being high-level signal cables that are analog. Due to this, they are susceptible to noise and interference and the only way to overcome this is to use high-quality RCA cables, keep them short, and away from other audio equipment.
  • How long can an RCA cable be before it loses quality?

    Composite RCA - 100 feet (regular); 250 feet (with extender) Being analog, the image quality can degrade at longer lengths but the loss is not noticeable at 100' or shorter. It is possible to go up to 300' with a regular cable, but the quality level will vary.
  • Does splitting RCA weaken the signal?

    There is no quality loss whatsoever from a splitter, provided that the source can drive the impedance of the two destinations in parallel.
  • How do I choose the right RCA cable?

    The RCA cable with gold material is the most expensive of all materials. They also possess superior quality to silver and copper materials. The gold connectors also curb the effects of oxidation and cannot conduct electricity properly. Silver materials are suitable materials for electrical conductivity.
  • Do you need 2 RCA cables for 2 subs?

    In order to hook up a powered subwoofer properly, an RCA "splitter" cable ("Y" cable) is not needed. Any single, standard RCA or subwoofer cable should do just fine.
  • Does good RCA cable Quality Matter?

    Speaker and RCA interconnect cables should serve two key functions: to pass the audio signal with absolute purity at full fidelity and to reject interference that can add noise to the signal. A high-quality cable lets your system perform its best while remaining faithful to the source material.
  • Is RCA higher quality than 3.5 mm?

    In fact, there is no difference in the quality of sound produced by RCA cables and that which is produced by 3.5 mm cables. 3.5 mm and RCA cables are both primarily unbalanced connections.
  • Is RCA to HDMI better?

    Both RCA components and HDMI work well, but of the two, HDMI is the better choice. It's a single cable for both audio and video hook-up that delivers superior video quality, surround-sound audio quality, 3D support, and more, versus using many wires using RCA component connections.
  • What does an RCA cable do?

    The RCA connector is a type of electrical connector commonly used to carry audio and video signals. The name RCA derives from the company Radio Corporation of America, which introduced the design in the 1930s. The connectors male plug and female jack are called RCA plug and RCA jack.
  • What makes an RCA cable good?

    Always look for pure Oxygen Free Copper (OFC). The higher the quality of copper, the cleaner the signal will be. Also, look for contacts made from highly conductive materials.
  • What cable is used for landline?

    One of the most common telephone cables is called the coaxial cable. It is called coaxial because it has one physical channel, which is an insulated layer that is a woven shield of copper.
  • Is telephone cable same as Ethernet?

    Ethernet and telephone cables look fairly similar and it is not uncommon to get the two mixed up. The key difference between the two is the size of the plastic connectors on the ends of the cable. Telephones use an RJ11/RJ12 connector whereas Ethernet uses RJ45. RJ11/RJ12 only uses 4-6 pins whereas RJ45 uses 8 pins.
  • What type of cable is used extensively in telephone lines?

    Unshielded twisted pair (UTP) is a ubiquitous type of copper cabling used in telephone wiring and local area networks (LANs). There are five types of UTP cables -- identified with the prefix CAT, as in category -- each supporting a different amount of bandwidth.
  • Are there different types of phone cables?

    In today's mobile device market, there are three main cable types; USB-C, Lightning and Micro USB.
  • Can cat5 be used for telephone line?

    CAT5 cable has four separate twisted pairs. Use the two wires in one of those pairs for your telephone connection. 10/100 base T Ethernet uses the green and orange pairs, specifically so that you can still use the blue and brown pairs for telephones.
  • Are ethernet and telephone cables the same?

    Ethernet and telephone cables look fairly similar and it is not uncommon to get the two mixed up. The key difference between the two is the size of the plastic connectors on the ends of the cable. Telephones use an RJ11/RJ12 connector whereas Ethernet uses RJ45. RJ11/RJ12 only uses 4-6 pins whereas RJ45 uses 8 pins.
  • What wires should be connected in a phone socket?

    Terminals are usually connected using a four core telephone cable. Terminals 2, 3, 4 and 5 of the master socket are connected to terminals 2, 3, 4 and 5 on the secondary socket. As long as the same cable is used for the same numbered terminals throughout the installation, the actual colour chosen is of no importance.
  • What does a cable used for telephone?

    Telephone wire which uses strands of copper wire twisted together in pairs of two (flat-looking cable only used for telephones, fax machines, and some modems). These cables are usually grey and use "RJ-11" connectors (or the less common RJ-12, RJ-14, and RJ-25) to plug into phones and wall jacks.
  • What size is a telephone cable?

    Telephone wire comes in two gauges, 22 gauge and 24 gauge; 24 gauge is today's standard. There are two types of common modular plugs; the RJ-11 and RJ-14. The most common is the RJ-11, which uses only two of the telephone wires in a four (or more) strand wire.
  • How do I identify a power cable?

    A power cable is classified by two numbers separated by a hyphen, such as 14-2. The first number denotes the conductor's gauge; the second denotes the number of conductors inside the cable. For instance, 14-2 has two 14-gauge conductors: a hot and a neutral.
  • What is a 3-phase power cable?

    Three-phase installations are those formed by three different alternating currents that divide the installation into several parts which are reached by a constant power. Their standardized powers are currently adapted to 400 volts. Three-phase has four wires: three actives (called phases) and one neutral.
  • Does the length of the power cable matter?

    There are two factors: cord length and thickness. The thicker the copper wire, the more electricity it can carry. However, because transmitted power diminishes over distance, longer extension cords require heavier wire to deliver the full current rating required by an appliance.
  • What is the difference between a power cord and a power cable?

    These two cables serve similar purposes, but the most important distinction to remember is that a portable cord is designed for temporary power supply, while power cables are usually installed in long-term or permanent applications.
  • What are the three types of power cables?

    For voltages, up to 66 kV, the three core cables that are multicore cables are used.
    · HT cables up to 11 kV level which is belted type.
    · Super tension (ST) cables for 22 kV and 33 kV levels which are screened cables.
    · Extra high tension (EHT) cables for voltage levels from 33 kV to 66 kV which are pressure cables.
  • What is a standard power cable called?

    C13/C14 also called a Universal Power Cord, is the current standard for TVs and desktop computers. Some smaller devices, like older laptop power supplies, may have a C13/C14 but for the most part, these smaller devices now use downsized options like C5/C6.
    Do upgraded power cords make a difference?
    Every audiophile who has experimented with better power cables has heard the performance advantage they offer. Indeed, the amount of improvement can be astounding, often transforming a system from good to amazing.
  • Are thicker power cords better?

    If you are dealing with high-power devices, you are best advised to pick thicker cords. These carry more power safely and will not strain your system. As such, users should always consider power usage when selecting the extension cord.
  • Is it better to run HDMI or DisplayPort?

    HDMI is technically superior thanks to the release of HDMI 2.1, which surpasses the capabilities of DisplayPort 1.4, but monitors that support it is scarce. Expect that to change soon, though, as a number of manufacturers announced HDMI 2.1 monitors at CES 2021.
  • Do you lose quality with DisplayPort to HDMI?

    There is normally no loss in quality when using such a dp to HDMI cable. Note however that this simple transition only applies to single-link DVI signals, so up to HD resolution.
  • What is the difference between dp1.4 and dp1.2?

    The DisplayPort 1.4 has a total bandwidth of 32.4 Gbps with a max data rate of up to 25.92 Gbps and supports almost 32 audio channels as well. DisplayPort 1.2 has support for only 8 audio channels and delivers 21.6 Gbps bandwidth and 17.28 Gbps data rates.
  • Are there DisplayPort cable versions?

    There are two main types of DisplayPort cable – the standard cable, and a smaller version called Mini DisplayPort. The standard cable is most commonly used. However, the Mini DisplayPort is ideal for smaller devices and compatibility with Apple equipment.
  • What DP cable should I buy?

    If you are in the market for a DisplayPort cable, you should choose a quality DisplayPort 1.4 cable from a company like Cable Matters. Even if your current equipment only supports DisplayPort 1.2, a quality DisplayPort 1.4 cable is still a great choice.
  • Can DP 1.4 do 1080p 144Hz?

    Later DisplayPort connections are even more versatile. DisplayPort 1.2 can output 1080p and 1440p resolutions at 144Hz, while DisplayPort 1.3 and 1.4 increased bandwidth to manage up to 240Hz at those same resolutions and up to 120Hz at 4K
  • Does DisplayPort give better graphics?

    DisplayPort offers the best performance for PC gaming display setups, allowing gamers to take full advantage of any sophisticated graphics technology available. In fact, DisplayPort enables you to experience 4K Ultra HD at 60Hz, giving you the most outstanding quality possible through a single cable.
  • Are all DisplayPort 1.4 cables the same?

    All DisplayPort cables support the same features. The primary difference between them is transmission speed. The resolution, color depth, number of monitors, and refresh rate are all dependent on how much data the cable can transmit.
  • Is Mini DP the same as DP?

    The Mini DisplayPort (mini DP or m DP) is a miniaturized and less common version of the DisplayPort audio-visual digital interface.
  • How far can you run a DP cable?

    How Far Can I Run A DP Cable? A. DisplayPort is specified and tested to run 15 meters without the need for a booster station. In fact, it often can supply an excellent signal even further, but our certified range is 15 meters.
  • Is Type C replacing USB?

    USB-C is becoming a genuine replacement for previous USB standards as well as other standards like Thunderbolt and DisplayPort. If you wonder why have a look at the USB Type-C features below: It is the fastest connector to carry data at speeds ranging from 5 Gbps to 10 Gbps.
  • Does Apple use USB-C?

    At present nearly every modern Android device uses USB-C chargers along with Apple's own iPad tablets. While Apple's new Macbooks come with its proprietary Magsafe charger, they also support charging via USB-C.
  • How do you manufacture A USB cable? 

    1. The Manufacturing Process of USB Cables.
    2. Step 1: Cutting the Cables.
    3. Step 2: Exposing the Inner Conductor.
    4. Step 3: Connect the Wire and Terminal.
    5. Step 4: Molding.
    6. Step 5: Final Checking and Packaging.
  • What is the best length for a USB cable?

    USB Standards, Speeds and Cable Length Limits:
    USB Specification Max. Data Transfer Rate Recommended Cable Length
    USB 1.0 (Full Speed) 12 Mb/s 3 m (9 ft.)
    USB 2.0 (High Speed) 480 Mb/s 5 m (16 ft.)
    USB 3.2 Gen 1 5 Gb/s 2-3 m (6-9 ft.)
    USB 3.2 Gen 2 10 Gb/s 3 m (9 ft.)

  • How long can a USB cable be and still work?

    16 feet and 5 inches. You can use a regular USB cable in conjunction with an active cable as long as the regular cable is not more than 5 meters (16 feet and 5 inches) long for 2.0 devices and not more than 3 meters (9 feet and 10 inches) long for 3.0 devices. Note: Typically, active cables are bus-powered cables.<o:p>

  • How can you tell a good quality USB cable?

    One way to check whether a third-party USB-C cable is good is by looking for “certified by USB-IF” or the USB-IF logo. USB 2.0/3.0/3.1/3.2/4.0/Thunderbolt 3/Thunderbolt 4: Cables are compatible with USB 2.0, USB 3.0, and USB 3.1 (Gen 1 and Gen 2).
  • What is the difference between Cat and Ethernet?

    Ethernet Cable Differences. To put it in simpler terms, CAT 5 is 100 MHz with data transfer at speeds up to 1000 Mbps. CAT 6 is 250 MHz and can get up to 1 Gbps. Cat7 ups the ante substantially with 600 MHz and 10 Gbps rates.
  • Which cat cable is best?

    Cat 7a is the newest, best, and priciest ethernet cable on the market. Similar to the Cat 6a and Cat 7 cables, the Cat 7a supports speeds up to 10,000 Mbps, but its max bandwidth is exponentially higher at 1,000 MHz.
  • Is there a Cat8 cable?

    CAT 8. Category 8 is the official successor to Cat6A cabling. It is officially recognized by the IEEE and EIA and parts and pieces are standardized across manufacturers. The primary benefit of Cat8 cabling is faster throughput over short distances: 40 Gbps up to 78' and 25 Gbps up to 100'.
  • Can I plug a Cat8 cable into a Cat6 jack?

    One of the great things about Cat8 cable is the backward compatibility it provides. Just like Cat5e, Cat6, Cat6a, and Cat7 cabling, Cat8 Ethernet Cable uses RJ45 connectors making it fully backward compatible.
  • CAT 5 VS. CAT 6

    Though each has varying performance capabilities, both use the same RJ-45 end to connect to computers, servers, routers, or other devices. Due to their different capabilities, Cat 5 and Cat 6 support different parts of an overall network system. Their higher capacity balanced with their short range and higher cost make Cat 6 cables the ideal choice for network backbones, but Cat 5 or Cat 5e cables tend to be the preferred choice for runs to individual workstations.
  • How can I choose the right Cat cable?

    First, determine the speed of your internet connection. An old ethernet cable cannot be able to sustain you if you have internet running on a gigabit. But if you have a slower connection, like 10 or 20 megabits per second, you can get Cat 5.
    Next, consider the speed you need for your network. If you happen to move files frequently or you video stream most of the time, a high bandwidth is required so a better Cat cable can be better.
    Finally, consider your router. A Cat 6 or newer is usually used as routers rarely support more than gigabit Ethernet, but some may use Cat 5e.
  • What is a HDMI cable used for?

    HDMI means High-Definition Multimedia Interface, a standard for simultaneously transmitting digital video and audio from a source, such as a computer or TV cable box, to a computer monitor, TV, or projector.
  • What is the difference between a HDMI cable and a USB cable?

    The difference between USB and HDMI cables is that HDMI is for HDTV and Blu-ray use, while USB connects devices with a USB connector, such as printers and digital cameras, to your laptop or computer. They either transfer data or charge the smaller device.
  • How do I know which HDMI cable to buy? 

     The most important factors in choosing an HDMI cable are:
    1. Connector Type.
    2. Resolutions of your video source and display.
    3. Distance between devices.
    4. Special-Uses, such as installing the cable through walls or in moist or dusty environments.
  • What is a premium-certified HDMI cable?

    Premium HDMI Cables are a special certification for High-Speed HDMI Cables that have been designed and certified for ultra-reliable performance for 4K/UltraHD at up to 18Gbps bandwidth including advanced features such as 4K60, HDR, and expanded color spaces including BT. 2020.
  • Do HDMI cables get worse with length?

    You may start to wonder if the length of HDMI cables is going to have an effect on the quality. Does the length of HDMI cables matter? The length of an HDMI cable does have a negative effect on signal quality, with manufacturers generally not recommending cables over 20 feet.
  • Does an old HDMI cable matter for 4K?    

    When it comes down to a 4K TV, you do not need to pick up special HDMI cables. The HDMI cable standard can impact color and resolution, but newer versions are not required for 4K TVs.
  • Do gold HDMI cables make a difference?

    Gold-plated HDMI cables are of a higher grade, and they are better and larger conductors. They boast better shielding and are even more durable than regular HDMI cables. It is also true that gold-plated ends will not have the oxidation that may be found in regular HDMI cables.
  • Does it matter what HDMI cable you use? 

    Most certainly, and that applies whether you're on a monitor, projector, portable projector, or your trusty TV. While up until HDMI 1.3 the saying “all HDMI cables are made equal” was more or less correct, since HDMI 1.4 and the advent of 4K the various data bandwidth of each cable makes a huge difference.
  • How to use jumper cables?

    Attach one red jumper cable clamp to the positive terminal on the dead battery. Attach the other end of the same cable, the second red jumper cable clamp, to the positive terminal on the working (live) car battery. Attach one black jumper cable clamp to the negative terminal of the working (live) car's battery.
  • How to attach jumper cables?

    RED to DEAD: Connect the red clip to the positive terminal on your dead battery.
    RED to DONOR: Connect the red clip to the positive terminal on the donor vehicle's working battery.
    BLACK to DONOR: Same car! ...
    BLACK to METAL: Back to the dead battery.
  • What does an Ethernet cable look like?

    Ethernet cables look similar to phone cables. Ethernet cables have double the amount of wires to a phone cable (8 vs 4). The connector is slightly bigger than a phone cable's connector. At the end of each cable is a small modular plug, often a Registered Jack 45 (RJ45) connector.
  • What Is a VGA Cable?

    A VGA cable is for connecting VGA video inputs and outputs. Although an older connection type, many computers, laptops, projectors, and TVs still have VGA connections, so you can use a VGA cable to send an image to your display device.
  • What is an Ethernet cable?

    An Ethernet cable carries the broadband signals between your modem, router, computer, and other wired internet-capable devices. Cat 5e and Cat 6e (or higher) Ethernet cables are recommended for higher speeds. This designation is often stamped on the wire casing, along with other specifications.
  • What is a DP cable?

    In the simplest terms, DisplayPort cables are designed to provide both audio and video signals via a single cable. They are used to connect displays or monitors to a source device such as a PC or laptop and transmit the outputted audio and video data to the display.
  • What is a LAN cable used for?

    LAN cables are used to connect different network components. These can be computers, switches, routers, or printers. LAN stands for Local Area Network. Ethernet cables can have different lengths, colors, and transmission speeds.
  • What is a USB cable?

    The term USB stands for "Universal Serial Bus". USB cable assemblies are some of the most popular cable types available, used mostly to connect computers to peripheral devices such as cameras, camcorders, printers, scanners, and more.
  • What is a coaxial cable used for?

    Coaxial cable is a type of copper cable specially built with a metal shield and other components engineered to block signal interference. It is primarily used by cable TV companies to connect their satellite antenna facilities to customer homes and businesses.
  • What is a fiber optic cable used for?

    Fiber optics is used for long-distance and high-performance data networking. It is also commonly used in telecommunication services, such as the internet, television, and telephones.
  • What is an HDMI cable used for?

    HDMI means High-Definition Multimedia Interface, a standard for simultaneously transmitting digital video and audio from a source, such as a computer or TV cable box, to a computer monitor, TV, or projector.

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