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Ethernet Patch Cbl, 2m

CBLETH are Ethernet patch and crossover cables (2 m) for use with MP160 and MP150 data acquisition units.

  • For MP160:
    The network interface of MP160 uses Auto MDI/MDIX and so can use CBLETH1 or CBLETH2 no matter whether the MP160 is connected through a switchbox.
  • For MP150:
    – Use one CBLETH1 to connect the MP150 to an Ethernet Switch and one CBLETH1 to connect the Switch to a local area network (LAN).
    – Use CBLETH2 to connect the MP150 to an Ethernet interface (such as the ETHUSB interface shipped with your MP System).

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