StarTech 3ft Molded Cat5e UTP Patch Cable Blue
Select from a wide variety of colors, lengths, and styles to complete your network solutions. That way, you can organize your cable runs and identify network connections faster, easily find the cables that best suit your network connection requirements, and pick the styles, either snagless – perfect for concealed cable runs – or molded – perfect for strengthening the connector to prevent damage.
100% copper for outstanding value
Get the highest value for your cable investment with our Cat 5 cables, each one manufactured using high-quality copper conductors.
24-gauge wire for high-performance network connections
Ensure high-performance capability for your demanding Ethernet applications, such as Power-over-Ethernet, using cables that include 24 AWG copper.
50-micron gold connectors provide peak conductivity
Rely on our RJ45 connectors to deliver optimum conductivity while eliminating signal loss due to oxidation or corrosion. Features • Molded RJ45 connectors
• Carefully constructed and tested, to keep Near End Crosstalk (NEXT) well within acceptable limits
• Coloured hoods for departmental color coding
• Constructed with top quality components
• High quality 24 AWG copper wire
|Connector A||RJ-45 Male|
|Connector B||RJ-45 Male|
|Cable Jacket Type||PVC - Polyvinyl Chloride|
|Fire Rating||CMG Rated (General Purpose)|
|Number of Conductors||4 Pair UTP|
|Wiring Standard||TIA/EIA-568-B.1-2001 T568B|
|Included in Package||3 FOOT BLUE MOLDED CAT5 PATCH CABLE|
|Shipping (Package) Weight||0.1 kg [0.1 lb]|
|Cable Rating||CAT5e - 350 MHz|
|Cable Length||0.9 m [3 ft]|
|Product Length||0.9 m [3 ft]|
|Product Weight||0.1 kg [0.1 lb]|
|Wire Gauge||24 AWG|
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- 24 months
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- DOA Period:
- 7 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
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