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NORTH ANDOVER, Mass., May 18, 2020 — Products, TRG695AHF, Ethernet Cable Assemblies, L-com, communications, industrial, networks, AmericasThe TRG695AHF series of Ethernet cable assemblies from L-com are designed for industrial and outdoor environments where ordinary patch cables would fail.

The high-flex cables utilize an outdoor-rated flame-retardant thermoplastic elastomer jacket that is resistant to industrial oils and UV damage while maintaining a CMX flame rating. Double shielding with shielded RJ45 connectors thwart EMI/RFI interference. The assemblies are available with a shrouded, IP67-rated, waterproof RJ45 plug option that is compatible with the TDG1026KS-C6A-DC-WPK or WP67-BHA-DC components for a waterproof seal.
May 2020

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