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Located in Taiwan since 1975, HSING CHAU INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD. is a manufacturer of wireless networking components for network installation and maintenance. Their main network infrastructure and connectivity solutions include, Patch Cords, keystone jacks, patch panels, patch cords, modular connectors, RJ45 couplers, wall outlets and faceplates, twisted pair cables, and USB couplers supporting advanced 802.3bt 100W 4PPoE, certified under IEC-60512-99-002, ideal for wholesale buyers who require the latest networking technology.

Enhance your network with HCI's world-class B2B solutions. Our U.S.-certified and patented Keystone Jacks, Patch Panels, and Patch Cords ensure superior quality. Ideal for global business buyers, our Taiwan-made RJ45 couplers and twisted pair cables offer unmatched reliability and performance for bulk purchases. HCI offers unmatched performance in networking hardware. Improve your business connectivity with our trusted, high-quality products.

HCI has been offering customers ETL certified patch panels since 1975, both with advanced technology and 48 years of experience, HCI ensures each customer's demands are met.

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A patch cord (patch lead or patch cable) is a length of electrical (or optical) cable with a plug on one or both ends, typically refer only to short cords used with patch panels. Devices of different types (i.e.: a switch connected to a computer or a switch to a router) are connected with patch cords. Patch cords are usually produced in many different colors so as to be easily distinguishable, and are relatively short, perhaps no longer than 3 meters.

Patch cords can be as short as 0.1 meters, to connect stacked components, or as long as 20 meters or more in length for snake cables. As length increases, the cables are usually thicker and/or made with more shielding, to prevent signal loss(attenuation) and the introduction of unwanted radio frequencies and hum (electromagnetic interference or EMI, also called radio frequency interference or RFI).