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Ethernet is the most widely-installed and commonly used local area network(LAN) technology.
An Ethernet LAN mostly uses an UTP cable. So it is usually called the LAN cable.
This cable consists of 4 twisted pairs of metal wires(that means there are 8 wires in the cable).
Adding RJ45 connectors at both ends of the UTP cable, it becomes a LAN cable we usually use.
Although it usually contains four pairs of copper wire,
Ethernet(10/100Mbps) communications only utilize two pairs.
A straight(1:1) cable is used to connect a LAN device(for example ezTCP, PC) to a hub.
A crossover cable is used to connect a LAN device to a LAN device without hub.
[ Ethernet-Module ] CSE-M53, CSE-M32, EZL-50L, EZL-50M, EZL-410
[ Ethernet-Module with RJ45 ] CSE-M73, EZL-70
[ Ethernet-Board ] EZL-60L, EZL-60M, CSE-B63
[ Ethernet-External ] CSE-H55, CSE-H53, CSE-H25, CSE-H20, CSE-H21, EZL-200L, EZL-200F, EZL-400S
[ Wireless-External ] EZL-300S, CSW-H80
[ Wireless-Module ] CSW-M85, CSW-M83
[ PPP ] EZP-250, EZU-100, CSP-H50, EZP-EVB, EZU-EVB
[ I/O ] CIE-H12, EZI-10, CIE-H10, CIE-M10