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New Patch Panels Enhance Call Center Cable Management

Date: 2011-05-18
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Tripp Lite, a world-leading manufacturer of power protection and connectivity solutions, has introduced two new Cat6 Patch Panels with unique form factors. The addition of these models provides new durable, convenient, space-saving possibilities for cable management. Both of the new patch panels are TAA-compliant, meeting the requirements for GSA schedule purchases.

Key Features and Benefits:

N252-024-HU Patch Panel

  • 24-port Cat6 patch panel in a unique half-U design frees up valuable space
  • 19” rackmount ready
  • 110-type punchdown termination
  • Clearly numbered ports on front and back
  • Built-in strain relief bar


N252-024-V V-Shaped Patch Panel (pictured)

  • 24-port Cat6 V-shaped patch panel
  • Angled design allows for smooth routing of patch cables without the need for additional front cable management
  • 19” rackmount ready
  • Keystone jacks allow for quick disconnect and repositioning
  • Rear cable management bar relieves strain on jacks

“Tripp Lite’s new patch panels feature designs that allow IT managers to integrate sturdy cable management into racks without compromising valuable space,” said David Posner, Tripp Lite Product Manager. “Their durable construction, including built-in strain relief, make them long-lasting and simple solutions for network cabling organization.”

For more information on Tripp Lite’s new patch panels, go to: Cable Management Cat6 Patch Panels.

- Product Profiles/ (via Tripp Lite, 4/20/11)



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