Scan code: LN34149 Manufacturer code: N-707539

ICIDU 5m CAT 5e RJ45 Cable

3m ICIDU CAT5e UTP Cable, RJ45-RJ45 Straight, Grey N39

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Scan code: LN34149 Manufacturer code: N-707539
£3.25
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Product Overview ICIDU Network cable featuring RJ45 connectors at both ends as a straight through CAT5e
Features • Colour: Grey.
• Length: 5 m.
Specifications
Length 5 m
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Colour Grey
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