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Cordon de raccordement de 7 pi bleu sans accroc Tripp Lite cat. 6 Gigabit, 7 pi

N° de pièce fab. : N201-007-BL | N° de pièce CDW : 622270 | UNSPSC : 26121609
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  • Premium cabling for Category 6 Category 5e and Category 5 applications; Blue 7ft.
  • Rated for 550MHz/1 Gbps communications
  • Snagless RJ45 connectors protect against broken tabs
  • Meets Cat6 TIA/EIA standards
  • High-Quality 24 AWG stranded copper wire
  • Reduces impendence and structural return loss
  • Rugged PVC jacket stands up to long-term use
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Cordon de raccordement de 7 pi bleu sans accroc Tripp Lite cat. 6 Gigabit, 7 pi
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  • Premium cabling for Category 6 Category 5e and Category 5 applications; Blue 7ft.
  • Rated for 550MHz/1 Gbps communications
  • Snagless RJ45 connectors protect against broken tabs
  • Meets Cat6 TIA/EIA standards
  • High-Quality 24 AWG stranded copper wire
  • Reduces impendence and structural return loss
  • Rugged PVC jacket stands up to long-term use
  • Cat6 UTP cable/ patch cord/ ethernet cable/ network cable/ cat6 cable/ gigabit ethernet cable/ ethernet cord
  • Lifetime Tripp Lite Warranty
Tripp Lite est le plus important fabricant de dispositifs de protection d'alimentation, notamment dans le domaine des systèmes UPS, des dispositifs anti-surtensions C.A. et de lignes de transmission de données, des filtres de secteur, des produits de câblage et de connectivité ainsi que des accessoires de gestion de réseaux.
Tripp Lite 7' Blue Cat6 Gigabit Snagless Patch Cable, 7ft is rated3.40 out of5 by5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better for network switches - no hoodWhen un patching cables from a network switch the typical hood over the clip makes it difficult to depress the clip and remove the cable. This model does not have a hood so it is easy to remove.
Date published: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from RJ45 too tightOnce plugged into a network port, the RJ45 is slightly too large. When unplugging the cable, it pulls against network port to the point that it feels as if the port itself is going to break. It did not matter the type of port (switch, PC, laptop, etc.). Every cable used had the same effect.
Date published: 2019-03-06T00:00:00-05:00
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