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Topic # 232080 28-Mar-2018 12:43
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Just a quick question does anyone know where I can source pink patch leads from locally. I can get them from Europe but I would like to order locally if possible. All of our services are colour coded and I've run out of colours to use. 


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  Reply # 1984889 28-Mar-2018 13:06
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I get mine of AliExpress - not pink of course but they had loads of colours from memory...


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  Reply # 1984927 28-Mar-2018 13:33
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Dynamix sell pink cable by the box - they may well be able to make them up into standard lengths for you...

 

http://www.dynamix.co.nz/C-C5E-ST-R-PINK/


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  Reply # 1984929 28-Mar-2018 13:37
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Just a quick question does anyone know where I can source pink patch leads from locally. I can get them from Europe but I would like to order locally if possible. All of our services are colour coded and I've run out of colours to use. 

 

 

 

 

i can supply cat6  0.3m to 10m 


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  Reply # 1984938 28-Mar-2018 13:55
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pink? that's a odd one.

 

 

 

setting up a princess room?





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  Reply # 1984954 28-Mar-2018 14:40
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pink? that's a odd one.

 

 

 

setting up a princess room?

 

 

 

 

Cable colours are actually quite limited, gold, silver or even brown would be nice. Even striped cables would do the trick. 


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  Reply # 1984961 28-Mar-2018 14:47
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Pretty sure our pink leads are Dynamix.


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  Reply # 1984972 28-Mar-2018 15:06
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plas:

 

Pretty sure our pink leads are Dynamix.

 

 

 

 

They sell pink cable but not leads and I dont really feel like making my own up. 


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  Reply # 1984985 28-Mar-2018 15:26
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If you are in Wellington try Advanced Electrical, they normally have a selection but normally I see Pink as crossover cables.






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  Reply # 1985180 28-Mar-2018 21:57
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As an alternative, get some heatshrink tubing, and shrink some different coloured sections onto the cable ends.

Also my understanding is that crossover cables will work just As well as straight through wired cables. Assuming that you intend to use them for gigabit Ethernet.





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