Ethernet Cables

The Ethernet cable is sending power and video data inside the same cable through twisted pairs, whereas the Siamese cable is sending power and video data through two separate insulated cables that are connected together. If you’re going to be running a lot of cables, Ethernet is cheaper and easier to work with.

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  • Klein® Tools 3005CR | Ratcheting Crimper, 10-22 AWG – Insulated Terminals

    • Crimps insulated terminals onto 10-22 AWG stranded copper wire
    • Adjustable compound action design puts more crimping power into each squeeze
    • Three crimping cavities in one tool: 22–16 AWG (Red), 16–14 AWG (Blue), and 12–10 AWG (Yellow) terminals
    • The built-in ratchet ensures full-cycle crimping for a uniform crimp every time
    • Unique cavity design provides consistent crimp from either side of the tool
    • Dial adjusts the amount of force applied to the crimp
    • Dual-material molded grips provide added comfort
    3005CR
    $30.99
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