What's special about these patch panels?
- Network ports are at a 45° angle to assist in cable flow and provide more cabling room, especially for deeper equipment
- The organized cable flow eliminates the need for horizontal cable managers, saving you time and money
- Saves up to 4" in front of your patch panels because cables are angled downward rather than protruding outward
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With today's server equipment getting deeper and deeper, you really need to be aware of the amount of space it takes to patch and construct patch panels. With the SpaceGAIN Angled-Port Patch Panels the patch cables are routed down, not only providing you with space, but also protecting you from damaging your cables by neglecting the bend radius.
|BB-JPM5E24-45ANG||45 Degree Angled Port Patch Panel||24||1|
|BB-JPM5E48-45ANG||45 Degree Angled Port Patch Panel||48||2|
|BB-JPM624-45ANG||45 Degree Angled Port Patch Panel||24||1|
|BB-JPM648-45ANG||45 Degree Angled Port Patch Panel||48||2|
- Rolled steel construction is strong enough to withstand numerous punches into the back of the panel
- Ideal for retrofitting data cabinets and creating a clean and organized data center
- Features angled RJ-45 connectors on the front side and 110 punch downs on the rear
- Eliminate network failure or slowing due to bend radius strain
- Choose from Cat5E or Cat6 models based on the speed of your network
- Available in slim design 24 or 48 port versions, which take up only 1 or 2 rack units
- Organized cabling helps with the overall look and feel of your data center, and provides cooling, passive airflow
|PART #||DIMENSIONS||CONNECTORS & WIRING||PRICE|
|BB-JPM5E24-45ANG||1.75"H (1U) x 19"W x 1.1"D (4.4 x 48.3 x 2.8 cm)||Connectors - (24) or (48) RJ-45 to (24 or (48) Krone/IDC110
Wiring - T568A or T568B, 22 to 26 AWG, solid or stranded
|BB-JPM5E48-45ANG||3.45"H (2U) x 19"W x 1.1"D (8.8 x 48.3 x 2.8 cm)|
|BB-JPM624-45ANG||1.75"H (1U) x 19"W x 1.1"D (4.4 x 48.3 x 2.8 cm)|
|BB-JPM648-45ANG||3.45"H (2U) x 19"W x 1.1"D (8.8 x 48.3 x 2.8 cm)|
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