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Topic # 58094 7-Mar-2010 13:36
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I can buy rolls of cat5 cable, but cant find anywhere in nz to buy fibreoptic rolls.

Does anyone here know?

All I can find is places like cablesdirect and pricespy that have fibre patch leads - nothing of a decent length. Kind of annoying when you can get ethernet media converters that say they will go kilometres in length - if only I could find the cable?




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  Reply # 305210 7-Mar-2010 13:52
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This guy on trademe has a couple of rolls:
http://www.trademe.co.nz/Members/Listings.aspx?member=167792
But i guess if your putting up the cash for fibre youll want it brand spanking

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  Reply # 305216 7-Mar-2010 15:08
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Awesome
Thanks Guys




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