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PPAN-50-T
PPAN-50-T
PPAN-50-T
PPAN-50-T
PPAN-50-T
PPAN-50-T
PPAN-50-T
PPAN-50-T

50 Port 2U Rackmount CAT3/TELCO 6-Pin Patch Panel (PPAN-50-T)

£37.66

(exVAT)



Description:

The LMS Data PPAN-50-T is 50 Port enhanced CAT3 and Telecommunications Patch Panel for working in low bandwidth applications of that of legacy PABX Telco applications. 

Fully certified to CAT3/Telco standards allowing typical voice call cables to be terminated and thus patched via the 6-PIN front connection ports.

Long-life, nickel plated female ports are coupled with a vertical designed Krone(tm) IDC terminal IDC together with rear cable management bar and tabs.


Key Features:



Certified CAT3/TELCO 50 Way Patch Panel


Standard 6-Pin Ports with Krone(tm) IDC Punchdown

2u High means it fits in the smallest of data cabinets

Part of the Synthesis 25-Year Warranty Solution

Applications:

Office and Educational Sector PBX Telecom Installations

Ideal for PBX Telco Switches, Alarm Systems and Legacy Systems

Create fault tolerant Voice Ports by simply patching ports


Product Code:

Part Number: PPAN-50-T

EAN: 8400800013286

Weight: 2 Kg approx

Technical Specifications:

Port Count                            50 Ports UTP

Dimensions                           2U 19-Inch Design Format

Design                                   6-Pin Telco Ports, Numbered

Performance                         ISO/IEC-11801

Ports/IDC Connects               Nickel and Phosphor Bronze 

Port Identification                  Numbered

Fixings                                  Supplied M6 Nuts and Bolts

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


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.

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