1 Metre Right Angle Up to Right Angle Down Network Cable UT-RA300

1m Scan Cat 5e UTP Ethernet Cable, RJ-45 Right Angle Up to RJ-45 Right Angle Down, 26AWG, 10/100/1000 BASE-T, Black

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Scan code: LN74996 Manufacturer code: UT-RA310 Request call
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Product Overview The right angle to right angled Cat5e cable is ideal for situations where space is limited or angled connectors are prefered. The position of the cable from the angle will either be going up or going down. The position of the port is irrelevant. Features • Right Angle to Right Angle.
• Cat5e.
• 26 AWG.
• UTP.
• Injection Moulded.
Specifications
Specifications
Length 1 m
Type Cat 5e Ethernet Cable
Specification Cat 5e for 10/100/1000 BASE-T Networks
Connector From RJ45 (Male) Right Angle Up
Connector To RJ45 (Male) Right Angle Down
Connector Features
  • Moulded Connectors
  • Right Angle Connectors
Cable Features 26AWG
Colour Black
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1 Metre Right Angle Up to Right Angle Down Network Cable UT-RA300
1 Metre Right Angle Up to Right Angle Down Network Cable UT-RA300