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What Ethernet standard will supply power?


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2010-09-04 00:05:11
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Any that use a Cat 5 or better twisted pair cable

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Input would be 120v at 60hz. Standard US wall power.

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the blue lead is the display lead (VGA) the power supply and you might have an ethernet cable (grey one, for internet) the ethernet cable is for the internet if you computer isnt wireless or if you want better connection the VGA is to connect to a computer screen or any external display the power lead is for power.

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A standard ethernet cable.

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