It makes sense to use a shielded cable (FTP,STP...) when the camera does not have a shielded connector? Camera is RLC-410.
Most Ethernet cable is not shielded. There is no need for shielding because of the ”twist” in the pairs of wire.
My response was perhaps too short. I worked in computers and telecommunications and was responsible for installation of thousands of network outlets as we completely rewired a college campus two times. We also purchased (literally) thousands and thousands of Ethernet patch cords. In all those years, the ONLY time shielded cable was installed was when a contractor wiring a new building ”got a good deal” on some shielded cable. We made him pull it all out and reinstall with unshielded cable that met the specifications.
I understand. I also work with networks. I'm just surprised that the camera is not shielded. In some situations shielding would be appropriate. My camera had bugs in a tight installation at a satellite dish. When moving the camera to another location, errors stopped
You must be logged in to reply to this topic.
Thanks for your subscription!
Please enter a valid email address.
Oops… Something went wrong. Please try again later.
You are already subscribed to this email list. :)
Submission failed. Please try again later.
Google is a trademark of Google LLC.
Amazon, Alexa and all related logos are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates.