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LogiLink CAT 5 Patch Cable FTP 100 m


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  • Cable insulating material: PVC
  • Covering Material: film
  • Technology: FTP Cable
  • Pairs per cable: 4 pair
  • Threads per cable: 8 cable
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LogiLink CAT 5 Patch Cable FTP 100 m + Belkin RJ45 Modular Connector 25 Pack + RJ45 CRIMPER TOOLS
Price For All Three: £25.34

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Technical Details
BrandLogilink
Item Weight499 g
Product Dimensions10,000 x 0.6 x 0.6 cm
Item model numberCPV001
  
Additional Information
ASINB001H4IY56
Best Sellers Rank 15,752 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.4 Kg
Date First Available29 Nov 2011
  
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Service & Support:2 years warranty, Compliant Standards:EN 50173-1, ISO/IEC 11801

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Snufflewort on 29 Aug 2012
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A good quality cable packed in a cardbox for ease of installation.

Having purchased it, I was worried that I ordered the wrong thing as the title says patch cable, and I wanted to lay structured cabling in a building.

To clarify this twisted-pair cable is of solid core designed for laying in a permanent installation. It is not the stranded core you would get in a patch cable.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By S Clarke on 3 April 2013
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I'm running this stuff reliably on gigabit, some of it even runs outside. The speed is perfectly good enough, full gigabit speeds. Streaming HD video, all good.
I think it's about 65mb/s on file transfer if I remember correctly. That's not bad at all when you compare it to wireless N that barely gets 12 on a good day.
So - yeah - buy this stuff, and make your own cables. Dont get the cheap rubbish.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 5 Nov 2013
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Would have been nice if it came with a cardboard reel in the centre - was nicely rolled when it arrived, but I've since made a mess of it. This isn't worth docking any stars for, though. Otherwise, seems perfectly reasonable quality solid core, foiled cable. Don't have much internal traffic on my home network so can't speak to suitability for gigabit, but have had no problems up to 130 Mbps and with PoE. At the time I ordered, this was the cheapest I could find without ordering in real bulk.
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By Stephen_51 on 20 April 2014
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Until now I have used wifi to network devices in my home but have often run into bandwidth problems. However, it is difficult to buy long lengths of Ethernet cable and even harder to thread them throughout your home when they have RG45 plugs at each end. Instead, I purchased 100m of Cat 5 cable, drilled a few holes and fed the wire through. I then added an RG45 crimping tool and a bag of plugs and networked the whole house in just a few hours.

No more bandwidth problems
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