StarTech.com (0.5m) Snagless Cat6 UTP RJ-45 Network Cable (Orange)

StarTech.com (0.5m) Snagless Cat6 UTP RJ-45 Network Cable (Orange)

£2.48 inc VAT
£2.07 exc VAT

Organize your cable runs and identify network connections faster, easily find the cables that best suit your network connection requirements, and pick the styles, either snagless - perfect for concealed cable runs - or molded - perfect for strengthening the connector to prevent damage. Get the highest value for your cable investment with our Cat 6 cables, each one manufactured using high-quality copper conductors. Ensure high-performance capabili... More Info

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Organize your cable runs and identify network connections faster, easily find the cables that best suit your network connection requirements, and pick the styles, either snagless - perfect for concealed cable runs - or molded - perfect for strengthening the connector to prevent damage. Get the highest value for your cable investment with our Cat 6 cables, each one manufactured using high-quality copper conductors. Ensure high-performance capability for your demanding Ethernet applications, such as Power-over-Ethernet, using cables that include 24 AWG copper. Rely on our RJ45 connectors to deliver optimum conductivity while eliminating signal loss due to oxidation or corrosion.

Attributes
Connector TypeCat6 UTP RJ-45 , Connector End 1: 1 x RJ-45 , Connector End 2: 1 x RJ-45 (Male)
Cable Length0.5m
Physical
Form FactorCable
Cable ColourOrange
Pack Quantity1Piece(s)
In The Box1 - 0.5m Orange Snagless Cat6 UTP Patch Cable - ETL Verified
General
WarrantyLifetime
Barcode65030867641
Product TypeNetwork Cable
Product FamilyCat6

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