Telco Cable, 25 Pair with Amphenol Plugs, Male to Male Telco Cable, aka Telecom Cable and Amphenol cable, is cable used for connecting multiple voice and/or datalines for LANs or telecommunications.
Ends use Twenty-five pairs of polarized pins (50 pins total). This cable can handle up to 25 data channels or phone lines. Most LAN phone systems use this type of cable. The common color is gray and made of polyvinyl chloride (PVC). Most manufactures have standardized on this color for this material though whit is sometimes made available. Note: Telco cable is associated with pre-wired 66 blocks pre-assembled with an RJ-21 female connector to accept a quick connection to a 25-pair cable with a male end. These connections are typically made between the block and the CPE. The name Amphenol comes from the company that first manufactured it. Item Detail: Telco Cable, 25 Pair with Amphenol Plugs, Male to Male is an Industry-standard 25-pair Category 3 cable, 24 AWG wire. Comes with a male Amphenol / Telco style connector on either end and is used in telephone systems. The ends use 25 pairs of polarized pins, 50 pins total. This cable handles up to 25 data channels or phone lines.