Up- and Down-Angle Cat6 Ethernet Cable Connects Equipment in Data Centers and VoIP Networks
This Cat6 cable is ideal for connecting network components, such as printers, computers, copiers, routers, servers, modems and switches, in hard-to-reach areas of space-constrained high-density data centers. Designed for fast transmission and excellent signal quality, this RJ45 patch cable ensures data transfer speeds up to 1 Gbps throughout your Gigabit Ethernet or VoIP network.
Special Slim Design for Better Airflow and Easier Installation in Crowded Racks
This Cat6 UTP patch cord is more than 38% smaller in diameter than standard Cat6a cable. This increases airflow in tight spaces, which helps keep your equipment cool and properly functioning. It also cuts down on clutter in crowded racks and patch panels, and makes the cable easier to install around corners and through cable management panels.
Up- and Down-Angle RJ45 Patch Cable Makes Connecting and Disconnecting Easier
Both RJ45 male connectors are designed at 90-degree angles: one upward, the other downward. This helps prevent excessive bending and reduces stress on the cable. This space-saving cable is easy to plug into patch panels, switches and other devices located in a confined area or behind a desk.
Blue Jacket to Avoid Misidentification That Can Cause Costly Downtime
This up/down-angle Cat6 Ethernet cable features a blue PVC jacket and molded blue ends. The blue color allows easy, fast identification in a crowded rack or workstation and helps prevent the cable from becoming inadvertently disconnected.
- This product is covered by a Lifetime Limited Warranty (coverage details)
- Cable is blue for fast, easy identification in a crowded rack or workstation
- Easy to route around corners and through crowded cable management panels
- Over 38% slimmer than standard Cat6 cables to increase airflow in full racks
- Up-angle and down-angle RJ45 ends are easy to plug into devices pressed against a wall
- Cat6 Ethernet patch cable delivers fast transmission speeds up to 1 Gbps in your LAN