50PCS UTP Male RJ45 Connectors / Crimp Plugs (CAT5/6) Ready
50PCS Xclio UTP Male RJ45 Connectors 8 Pin CAT5/6 Ready
By DPD On 12th Aug
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Sturdy and Reliable
This Cat6/5 RJ45 connector plug provides excellent quality for your networking application. With a sturdy and reliable UTP shield, it is suitable for various environments, including home and businesses offices and indoor work spaces.
• Mounting Type: Cable Mount.
• Number of Ways: 8P8C.
• Connector Type: Modular Plug.
• Shield Type: UTP.
• Orientation: Straight.
• Length: 22.5mm.
• Width: 11.68mm.
• Depth: 7.9mm.
• Contact Material: Phosphor Bronze.
• Contact Plating: Gold.
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