PatchSee PCI6 Patch

 

PatchSee Category 6a UTP and FTP RJ45 patch cords for 10 Gbits/s and hight density panel applications

 

 





















PatchSee Connector Insert technology

  • slim line boot to align with the edges of the RJ45 plug for high density panels
  • 10 Gbit/s standard compliance for category 6a
  • Stainless steel fitted spring for bending radius protection


Category 6a RJ45 patch cords with optical fibre identification

  • available unshielded (UTP) and foil shielded (FTP) 100 Ohms
  • 11 lengths from 0.6 m to 4.9 m

 

Feet 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 13 16
m 0.6 0.9 1.2 1.5 1.8 2.1 2.4 2.7 3.1 4 4.9

 

  • black boot
  • part number and length printed on the boot
  • compatible with colour coded PatchClips for the first level of identification

A reliable cable for all networks
  • conforms Cat.6a to EIA/TIA 568-B2.2-10 and ISO/IEC 11801 ed 2
  • application 10 Gbit/s conform IEEE 802.3an
  • 25 year guarantee for use in category 6a channels interoperable with any cabling system
  • quality control:
    •   100% testing of electrical and optical properties 
    •   test results saved onto a in database 
    •   each patch cord identified by a unique serial number
  • plastic cross web unshielded (UTP) and individually foil shielded pairs (FTP)
  • PVC sheath for UTP cables and Low Smoke Zero Halogen (LSOH) sheath for FTP cables

Product part numbers and packaging
  • PCI6-U/x for category 6a UTP RJ45 cable, where x is the length in feet, 11 standard lengths
  • PCI6-F/x for category 6a FTP RJ45 cable, where x is the length in feet, 11 standard lengths
  • Dispatched in PatchBoxes of 12 or 6 cables (depending on the length)

The PatchBox is a cardboard box with 6 or 12 patch cords (depending on the length).
 

This packaging is designed to facilitate storage and stock control :
  • quantity from 1 to 6 or 1 to 12 marked on front (depending on the length)
  • removable front
  • Part N° / Length / Type label visible on front

 

Shows the number of category 6a patch cords in stock without having to count them