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Lindy UTP CAT6 Patch Cable, White, With Snagless Boots, For upto 10/100/1000 Base-T, 20m

Misco No. : 204224
Manufacturer/No: Lindy / 45559
£15.95 Ex VAT
£19.14 Inc VAT
Availability: In stock
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Lindy UTP CAT6 Patch Cable

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Product Description Lindy UTP CAT6 Patch Cable
Product Type CAT6 cable
Connectors 2 x CAT6
Length 20m
Colour White
Manufacturer Warranty 10 years

A Closer Look
Lindy UTP CAT6 Patch Cable
  • Full CAT6 specification with moulded boots and unique connector latch protection
  • Snagless strain relief prevents damage to the RJ-45 latch during installation and removal
  • Standards: ISO/IEC 11801, EN50173, EIA/EIA 568B.2
  • Gigabit Ethernet ready
  • 100% performance tested
  • Stranded core cables allowing repeated flexing without damage, prolonging the life of the cable
  • Ideal for connecting computers, hubs, switches, print servers, patch panels, etc.
  • Useful for colour coding your departments, workgroups, etc.

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