*CARTON - 25pcs* 12 Port 1U 10-inch CAT5e UTP SOHO UTP PATCH PANEL (PPAN-12-10)
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*CARTON - 25pcs* 12 Port 1U 10-inch CAT5e UTP SOHO UTP PATCH PANEL (PPAN-12-10)

  • P/N: PPAN-12-10-C
Available:
£262.50

Description

*** CARTON - 25pcs x PPAN-12-10  ***

The LMS Data PPAN-12-10 is 12 Port certified CAT5e UTP Patch Panel which is designed as a SOHO (small office home office) 10-inch design. Being compact its design to fit in a range of 10-inch data cabinets found in homes and small offices.

Fully Gigabit Ethernet certified means its ideal for running legacy and advanced networking protocols to Gigabit Switches up up to 1000Mbps. Also ideal for telecom, VoIP, CCTV-IP and other Ethernet based standards.

Long-life, nickel plated female RJ45s, robust construction with colour-coded rear Krone(tm) KATT type IDC for both TIA-568A/B terminations.

 

Key Features


Certified CAT5e Performance for Gigabit Ethernet

10-inch SOHO Compact Design for 10-Inch Cabinets


Popular Krone(tm) KATT Dual Purpose IDC Punchdown

Removable Rear Cable Management Bar for Cable Anchoring

Part of the Synthesis 25-Year Warranty Solution

Applications


Home Offices, Branch Offices and CCTV Consolidation

Ideal for Gigabit Ethernet (1000Mbps) Data Networks

Create fault tolerant LANs by simply patching ports

Specifications

Port Count                            12 Ports UTP

Dimensions                           1U 19-Inch Design Format

Conformance                        TIA-EIA-568A/568B Coded IDC

Performance                         10/100/1000Mbps Gigabit Compliance

RJ45/IDC Connects               Nickel and Phosphor Bronze 

Port Identification                  Numbered and Bespoke ID Marker

Fixings                                  Supplied M6 Nuts and Bolts

* Specifications and product design are subject to change. E&OE.

Product Info

Part Number: PPAN-12-10

Carton Qty: 25

EAN: 8400800020680

Carton Weight: 10Kg approx

Files

Data Sheet for PPAN-12-10


What's a Patch Panel? Designed in such a way that smaller length, separate patch leads can be plugged from an installed Switch to the patch panel. That way, if a Ethernet port fails, its just simply can be 'patched' to another port. Ideal for when you need to re-establish LAN links and to wall data outlets.