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C5e / C6 / C6A / HCI is founded in 1975, one of the grey hair for structured cabling business in Taiwan, we have over 40 years experience in telecommunication OEM/ODM projects.

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Patch Cords |HCI - Keystone Jack and Patch Panel Manufacturer, Keystone Jack and Patch Panel Supplier.

Located in Taiwan since 1975, HSING CHAU INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD. is a Patch Cords | telecommunications structured cabling system supplier in telecommunications industry, with TL 9000 and ISO 9001:2015 quality management certifications. Main products, including Keystone Jack, Patch Panel, Patch Cord, Modular Plug, RJ45 Coupler, Wall Outlet, Faceplate, Twisted-Pair, USB Coupler, etc.

HCI has entered a new milestone from producing modular telephone spare parts to network and telecommunications products, and product quality has earned good reputation throughout the world. Keystone jack and patch panel production, including in-House tooling, plastic injection machining, die-cast molding, metal stamping, automatic machining, laboratory testing, field testing and so forth.

HCI has been offering customers high-quality keystone jack and patch panel since 1975, both with advanced technology and 40 years of experience, HCI ensures each customer's demands are met.

Patch Cords

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Patch Cords

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).