Network cable organiser

Published:  21 June, 2018

RITTAL says modern network infrastructures are reliant on optimum performance and maximum flexibility with their cabling and its new Network Cable Organizer (NCO) is indispensable for ensuring this. The company says it revolutionises patching work on the enclosure, with 8 times faster assembly and this not only nets huge time savings, it also creates space and order in the rack.

The NCO will mean simple, fast and secure patching while surplus cable lengths, whether CAT 6 or fibre-optic, are simply withdrawn with a spring balancer.

The NCO is a 482.6 mm (19") cable storage system. It takes up 1 U in the network enclosure and contains 24 tested CAT 6, Class E patch cables or fibre-optic cables, each with a length of 1.6 m (sufficient for 23 U).

e: information@rittal.co.uk

w: www.rittal.com / www.friedhelm-loh-group.com

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