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New CAT6 Right Angle to Locking Straight Patch Cord Cables from VPI

by Stuart Berry April 30, 2020

Cat6 Right Angle to Locking Straight Patch Cord

VPI’s new CAT6 Right Angle to Locking Straight Patch Cables feature a right angle connector end that is ideal for confined spaces, and a locking straight connector end that prevents the patch cord from being unplugged from a critical port while in use.

The strain relief boots prevent excessive bending while reducing stress on the cable. They are designed with snagless boot on the straight end.

Contact our Technical Sales Team for more details.

Cat6 Right Angle to Locking Straight Patch Cables




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