StarTech.com 100 ft Gray Cat6 / Cat 6 Snagless Patch Cable 100ft - patch ca

Mfg. Part: N6PATCH100GR | CDW Part: 2277539 | UNSPSC: 26121609
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  • Make Gigabit Ethernet connections with PoE support
  • 100ft Cat6 Cable / 100ft Ethernet Cable / 100 ft Gigabit Cat6 Cable / Gray UTP Cat 6 Cable / ETL Verified / Snagless Cat6 Patch Cable / 24 AWG / 100% Copper / 50-micron Gold Connectors
  • Create secured connections with snagless clips that protect the connectors during installation
  • Prevent cable damage with molded RJ45 connectors
  • Designed for use with Gigabit networks
  • Connect a workstation to an RJ45 wall outlet
  • Lifetime Warranty
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Main Features
  • Make Gigabit Ethernet connections with PoE support
  • 100ft Cat6 Cable / 100ft Ethernet Cable / 100 ft Gigabit Cat6 Cable / Gray UTP Cat 6 Cable / ETL Verified / Snagless Cat6 Patch Cable / 24 AWG / 100% Copper / 50-micron Gold Connectors
  • Create secured connections with snagless clips that protect the connectors during installation
  • Prevent cable damage with molded RJ45 connectors
  • Designed for use with Gigabit networks
  • Connect a workstation to an RJ45 wall outlet
  • Lifetime Warranty
Make Power-over-Ethernet-capable Gigabit network connections. The N6PATCH100GR Cat 6 Patch Cable (100 ft) meets or exceeds all Category 6 cable specifications to ensure reliable Gigabit network connections, and features a durable gray PVC jacket that enables you to color code your network cable runs as needed.

To ensure long-lasting performance, this high quality Cat 6 patch cable features a snagless design that protects the RJ45 connector clips from damage and makes the cable less prone to snagging during installation. The cable also features molded PVC strain relief that prevents the RJ45 connector termination points from bending at sharp angles - reducing the risk of cable damage, which could decrease network performance.

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