Extralink LAN Patchcord is a 5 meter long network cable that is made of copper. A patchcord is a basic element of computer networks operating in the Ethernet standard. It is used to directly connect two active devices, such as a router or switch, so that data can be transferred between them. It is also used to connect computers or VoIP telephones for structured cabling and to perform patch panel switching in IT cabinets. It is perfect for both large and small computer networks. This shielded patchcord from Extralink is highly flexible, which translates into installation convenience and user comfort.
Shielded category 5e FTP Patchcord by Extralink is terminated with screened, gold-plated RJ45 plugs. It is made with four-wire cable, twisted pair type, made of pure copper, thanks to which it is possible to power network devices in PoE standard.