Cat3 Telco Trunk Cable - Male to Open - 100 FT
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Cat3 Telco Trunk Cable - Male to Open - 100 FT

Part no. 15-220-100

Standard cable for voice networks.

 
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Telco cables, also known as Amphenol cables are cables used for telecom applications.  This cable uses a Cat3 rated 25 pair cable with a PVC jacket and 90 degree angled 50 pin male connector at one end and open wiires at the other. Save time and labor by eliminating the need to punch down individual conductors with 25 pair telco cables.

Features:

  • 100ft
  • Male to Open
  • 50 pin screw connectors
  • Cat3 rated 25 pair
  • PVC jacket
  • 90 degree connectors
  • Screw down connections
Features & Specs
Connector A Connector A of cable assembly? Telco male
Connector B Connector B of cable assembly? Open wires
Length The Length of the cable? 100ft
Rating The rating of this cable?? Cat3
Connector orientation The orientation of the cable? Right Angle
Jacket rating The rating of the jacket? PVC
REVIEW SUMMARY for Cat3 Telco Trunk Cable - Male to Open - 100 FT
 
5.0 (based on 1 reviews)
  • 25 bft amphenol cable

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    1/27/2014    #6254

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    did the job for purpose I needed it for
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Q:What is a Telco Cable?

A: A Telco cable, also known as a Telecom cable or Amphenol cable, is a thick cable used for connecting multiple voice or data lines for LANs or telecommunications. The ends use 25 pairs of polarized pins (50 pins total). This cable handles up to 25 data channels or phone lines. The name Amphenol comes from the company that first manufactured it.

Q: What’s the difference between Cat3 and Cat5 cable?

A: Cat5 and Cat3 cable differ primarily in that the Cat 5 cable has more twists in the wire pairs. This allows for less interference (crosstalk) within the cable a better signal quality. This allows for faster networking and longer cable runs than Cat3. Cat3 is rated for 10 mbps, Cat5 is rated for 100 mbps.


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