Xclio CAT5e 3M Snagless Moulded Gigabit Ethernet Cable Black
3M Xclio Black CAT5e RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet Cable Snagless
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Xclio CAT5e RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet Cable
The straight 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 depending on the position of the port it is going in. If the position of the latch on the cable is pointing down, the cable will point downwards. If the position of the latch on the cable is pointing upwards, the cable will point upwards.
• 26 AWG.
• Injection Moulded.
|Type||Cat 5e Ethernet Cable|
|Specification||Cat 5e for 10/100/1000 BASE-T Networks|
|Connector From||RJ45 (Male)|
|Connector To||RJ45 (Male) Right Angle Down|
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