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You can also avoid crossing the two cables by stacking them, one entirely above the other. The crossover isn't a huge deal if you do it right, but if done wrong it can result in a lot of wear over time.
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Hi Brian, Kindly check link below.
http://www.igg.me/at/iot-wifi-module
Hope you like it. Thanks.
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