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Rodders1nz

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#277357 10-Oct-2020 09:47
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Looking to finish off my network rack and after some short patch cables 

 

Preferably after cat6 slimline about 10-20cm long. Anyone know the best place to buy these in nz? 

 

 


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richms
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  #2582201 10-Oct-2020 10:09
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I get all my patch cables from PB tech, sometimes JA Russells. They have slim ones available from variuos brands. I think most of mine are dynamix brand but I'm sure theyre just an importer and the others look pretty similar.

 

Been advised not to use them for POE devices which makes sense, and also not to use for HDMI extenders which doesnt, and I tried them and they work fine for that.





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  #2582318 10-Oct-2020 14:53
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I think the shortest are 300mm from Dynamix. Never seen shorter.

Cyril

 
 
 
 


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  #2582328 10-Oct-2020 15:27
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https://cdlnz.com/PLS-C6-025

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  #2582332 10-Oct-2020 15:50
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https://www.fs.com/au/products/70710.html


Rodders1nz

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  #2582537 11-Oct-2020 10:42
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Postage to NZ worked out at $80nz from fs.com


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  #2582545 11-Oct-2020 11:03
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Try:https://www.gowifi.co.nz/ethernetcables/uc-patch-rj45-bl.html

 

 

 

Slim and about 220mm long. Blue or black. Expensive but neat.


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  #2582788 11-Oct-2020 23:51
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The last time I bought cables, Doolz had the cheapest prices and a pretty good range:

 

http://www.doolz.co.nz


 
 
 
 


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  #2583066 12-Oct-2020 12:13
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If you still need some, send me a PM, I have a couple of bunches here. 


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  #2584446 14-Oct-2020 17:44
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Cheers for everyone's help, ended up going with the 220mm Ubiquiti cables.

 

Next purchase will be a Ubiquiti 24 POE switch.  

 

 

 


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  #2584466 14-Oct-2020 18:51
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Rodders1nz:

Cheers for everyone's help, ended up going with the 220mm Ubiquiti cables.


Next purchase will be a Ubiquiti 24 POE switch.  


 




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