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November 2014
Axis F Series Network Camera

AXIS F Series provides flexible, high-performance cameras for extremely discreet indoor, outdoor and mobile surveillance applications. Now available at Anixter.

Anixter Receives 2014 Readers’ Choice Award from Control Design Magazine
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Anixter is selected as a leader in the area of service and support for wire and cable by the readership of Control Design magazine.

CPI Introduces Zone 4 Seismic Cabinet with 1,500 lb. Seismic Load Rating

The new Z4-Series SeismicFrame® Cabinet System from Chatsworth Products (CPI) is a full-featured, robust cabinet designed to protect and store server and network equipment in seismically active areas.

Integrator Upgrades Convention Center

With minimal site storage available, Anixter’s READY! Deployment Services were critical in getting millions of dollars worth of material to the site when they were needed.

Anixter's Director of Security Solutions, Matt Powers, talks about the challenges faced by organizations migrating from analog to IP video surveillance.


Review our high-level explanation of electricity, and it's three primary parameters: the volt, the ampere and the ohm.


The most sound and strategic way to reach optimum physical security is to design and manage your data center in terms of layers.


This is the essential handbook for individuals who design, specify, install or troubleshoot electrical and electronic wire and cable systems. Request your copy.


A registered jack (RJ) is a standardized physical network interface for connecting telecommunications or data equipment.


The six subsystems that create a structured cabling system are explained in the context of the ANSI/TIA-568-C.0 and ANSI/TIA-568-C.1 standards.


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