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Topic # 192338 7-Mar-2016 11:53
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Hi All,

 

Have a home networking project going on, and I'm trying to source right angle patch leads

 

I saw a job done using them, and they make a cabinet look ultra tidy - just can't seem to find any.

 

Any hints, on a local supplier?

 

Thanks all,

 

Dave


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  Reply # 1507391 7-Mar-2016 12:00
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http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=66&topicid=165689 

 

None of our normal suppliers have them.  I would have thought the sharp bend in the cable would have done bad things to the signal.





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  Reply # 1513088 14-Mar-2016 15:03
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They are pretty much a brand-name product, and I would think its something you need to order in bulk so they can import it, or buy online and pay for shipping to NZ.





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  Reply # 1513553 15-Mar-2016 10:16
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http://www.4cabling.com.au/cable/cat6-patch-leads/cat-6-right-angled-patch-leads.html

 

I often buy from 4cabling, but their shop isn't far from our Sydney office - so I'm not sure what shipping to NZ is like


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