2 independent connections over 1 cable:
You would like to use 2 network-compatible devices, but only have one network socket available? No problem! Connect both devices to our 1st adapter, connect it to the existing network socket, then use the 2nd adapter to separate the signals again (ATTENTION: ONE ADAPTER IS NOT ENOUGH FOR TRANSMISSION, BOTH ADAPTERS ARE REQUIRED).
- For data transmissions up to 100 Mbps (10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX standards), only 4 of 8 wires of a network cable are used (1st, 2nd, 3rd and 6th contact)
- Our LAN splitter and LAN distributor forwards the signals of 4 used wires of two independent network cables via a single standard network cable with 8 wires
- At the end, the 2nd adapter separates the signals again into 2 independent network cables
Both adapters are absolutely necessary for error-free data transmission. The signals of both cables are NOT mixed. If you need higher transmission speeds than 100 MBit/s, use more than 4 cable cores or have different cable assignments than usual for the 10BASE-T and 100BASE-TX standards, the splitter set will probably not work.
Connect 2 devices to the Internet:
1) Connect both devices with 2 network cables to our 1st adapter.
2) Connect the adapter to the network socket leading to the router connected to the Internet.
3) With the help of the 2nd adapter, split the signals again into 2 independent network cables.
4) Now connect the two network cables to the router.
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