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Scan code: LN1177 Manufacturer code: URT-605

Scan Cables 5m CAT 5e RJ45 UTP Patch Cable

5m CAT-5e RJ45 UTP Moulded Patch Cable 10/100/1000 GbE

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Scan code: LN1177 Manufacturer code: URT-605
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Product Overview This is a 10/100/1000 compliant 5m UTP CAT-5e Cable (RJ45-RJ45) male connectors on both ends.

CAT-5e cables are used for networking, data transfer, and phone lines primarily. CAT-5e cables can support 10/100/1000Mbps.

Quality Moulded/Booted and designed to exceed the performance criteria set for Enhanced Category 5 (CAT-5e) Patch cords.

Terminated using high quality performance modular plugs.

Colour May Vary. Features • Cable Insulation: PVC
• 4 Pairs UTP
• Conductor Gauge: 24 AWG.
• Frequency: 350MHz
• Compatible with current cat 5 equipment
• Wire Type: EIA/TIA 568B Category 5 e
• Impendance:100 ±22 ohm (350 Mhz Cat. 5)
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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
12 months
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