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PATCHSEE : The easiest and most reliable solution to identify your patch cords



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How does it work?

PATCHSEE cables are the first RJ45 Patch Cords in the world with optical technology.
To locate your RJ45 cables, the light is transmitted from one end to the other by two plastic optical fibers integrated into the cable.
Plug
PATCHSEE cables connect like traditional RJ45 cables...
Light
Press and light PatchLight on the back of one end of the PATCHSEE cable...
Detect
You instantly spot the connection of your cable at the other end. No mistakes possible.
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PATCHSEE INTELLIGENT PATCHCORD
A PATCHSEE RJ45 PATCH CORD
(Demonstration product)
PATCHLIGHT
PATCHLIGHT
(A demonstration light injector)
INSTALLATION GUIDE
USER
GUIDE
The PATCHSEE solution

Cabling management: a strategic issue!

The primary role of every Comms rooms, Patch panels, Server farms, Data centers is to keep corporate information services up and running. Today, however, systems are evolving quickly and infrastructure management continues to grow increasingly complex. Every maintenance operation and every technical intervention, whether planned or unexpected, must be fast and secure.

The financial cost resulting from Network services downtime and mission-critical applications can represent significant loss in many sectors, such as banking, e-commerce, telecommunications and industry.

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The PATCHSEE solution
PATCHSEE range of patch cords and Accessories

All cords in the PATCHSEE System have optical fiber light repetition.
10 Gbits/s applications Category 6a UTP and FTP RJ45 patch cords.
Up to 10Gb/s Ultra slim UTP and FTP RJ45 patch cords. Cat 6a, 6 and 5E compatible.
Long cables Cat. 6a long UTP and FTP RJ45 cables. Solution for DATA CENTERS.
Category 6 Category 6 UTP and FTP RJ45 patch cords.
Category 5e Category 5e UTP and FTP RJ45 patch cords.
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