Startech 60cm CAT 5E Red Snagless RJ45 UTP Patch Cable
60cm Startech CAT 5E Red Snagless RJ45 UTP, Cat 5E Patch Cable
By DPD On 24th May 2018
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• Dual RJ-45 Male connectors ensure seamless connectivity.
• Has a durable PVC outer jacket and a snagless design for a long life.
• Copper conductor and 50 micron gold connectors enable optimum performance by avoiding signal loss.
• Cable measures 2 ft. in length.
• Red exterior for departmental colour coding.
• Designed for use with Fast Ethernet networks
• Patches from hub to distribution panel
• Connects workstation to wall outlet Features • Prevent cable damage with moulded RJ45 connectors that also offer strain relief.
• Create secured connections with snagless clips that protect the connectors during installation.
• Guaranteed reliability with a lifetime warranty.
• Carefully constructed and tested, to keep Near End Crosstalk (NEXT) well within acceptable limits.
|Type||Cat 5e Ethernet Cable|
|Connector From||RJ45 (Male)|
|Connector To||RJ45 (Male)|
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