C5E-114BU-7FB

Signamax

Signamax C5E-4PR-07-BLB Channel Level Patch Cord With Snag-Proof, Cat 5e 26 AWG Copper Conductor, 7 ft L Cord

C5E-114BU-7FB

Signamax

Signamax C5E-4PR-07-BLB Channel Level Patch Cord With Snag-Proof, Cat 5e 26 AWG Copper Conductor, 7 ft L Cord

  • NCE Part No: 295697
  • MPN: C5E-114BU-7FB
  • UPC: 76347408094

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DESCRIPTION

Category 5e unscreened and screened cords are 100% transmission tested to component performance as specified in ANSI/TIA-568-C.2. assembled in a controlled environment using advanced manufacturing techniques to ensure consistent quality, these patch cords provide exceptional performance when mated with our category 5e connecting hardware and deliver supreme performance for network cabling systems. Category 5e patch cords incorporate slim-profile snag-free boots, which protect the plug latch, and a flexible, but durable cable strain relief and are compatible with both T568A and T568B wiring schemes. patch cords are manufactured using ETL-verified stranded cable designed for greater flexibility and service life and are available in eight popular colors and in seven standard lengths.

Signamax Patch Cord, Channel Level, Category: Cat 5e, 26 AWG Conductor, Copper Conductor, 50 MIC Gold Plated RJ45 Connector, 7 Strands, 7 ft Cord, HDPE Insulation, PVC, Blue, -10 to 60 deg C

SPECIFICATIONS

Color      :      Blue
Type      :      Channel Level
Brand Name      :      Signamax
Length      :      7 FT
special features      :      Signamax category 5e channel-level cords provide an excellent level of channel performance and are designed for less demanding applications ; These cords are 100 PCT tested in a 4-connector channel configuration to ensure consistent performance ; Category 5e patch cords incorporate slim-profile snag-free boots, which protect the plug latch, and a flexible, but durable cable strain relief and are compatible with both T568A and T568B wiring schemes ; Patch cords are manufactured using ETL-verified 26-AWG stranded cable designed for greater flexibility and service life and are available in eight popular colors and in nine standard lengths ; Transmission performance per TIA/EIA-568-C.2 channel performance specifications ; Enhanced plug-to-jack connection integrity
Temperature Rating      :      -10 to 60 deg C
Application      :      For X.21, V.11, S0, ISDN, CSMA/CD 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, 100BASE-T4, 100BASE-T2, 1000BASE-T, TR 4/16/100, 100BASE-VG, ATM LAN 25/51/155, TP-PMD
Conductor Size      :      26 AWG
Conductor Material      :      Copper
Strands      :      7
Jacket Color      :      Blue
No. of Pairs      :      4
Wire Size      :      26 AWG

FEATURES

  • 50 MIC gold plated RJ45 type plug
  • Snag proof type boot
  • 4 twisted pair Number Of conductors
  • Signamax category 5e channel-level cords provide an excellent level of channel performance and are designed for less demanding applications
  • These cords are 100 PCT tested in a 4-connector channel configuration to ensure consistent performance
  • Category 5e patch cords incorporate slim-profile snag-free boots, which protect the plug latch, and a flexible, but durable cable strain relief and are compatible with both T568A and T568B wiring schemes
  • Patch cords are manufactured using ETL-verified 26-AWG stranded cable designed for greater flexibility and service life and are available in eight popular colors and in nine standard lengths
  • Transmission performance per TIA/EIA-568-C.2 channel performance specifications
  • Enhanced plug-to-jack connection integrity

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