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New Black and White Flat Cat5e and Cat6 Ethernet Cables

by Stuart Berry March 25, 2019

l-com flat cable

L-com has launched a new series of flat Category 5e and Category 6 Ethernet cables that are available off-the-shelf in black and white colors.

These new flat cable assemblies allow network runs in tight spaces where traditional round cables will not work such as under carpets, doorways and around corners. These cables also fit flush against any flat surface such as a floor or wall.

These new cables feature over-molded RJ45 connectors, category rated twisted pair cable and off-the-shelf lengths ranging from 1 to 100 feet.

black flat cable

“Our new flat Ethernet cables solve installation issues where a cable needs to be routed in a tight space. The black cables are ideal for A/V and networking runs, and our flat white cables are perfect for use in medical applications as they blend in with medical decor and easily show contaminants, making it easy to see when a cable should be wiped down and cleaned,“ said Dustin Guttadauro, the Product Manager at L-com.




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