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3M Intel X4Dacbl3 Passive,Compat Dac Taa 40Gbase Cu 3M

SKU: X4DACBL3-AO

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          AddOn Intel X4DACBL3 Compatible TAA Compliant 40GBase-CU QSFP+ to 4xSFP+ Direct Attach Cable (Passive Twinax, 3m)

          Intel® X4DACBL3 compatible 40GBase-CU QSFP+ to 4xSFP+ direct attach cable (Passive Copper, 3m). A 100% Intel® compatible 40GBase-CU QSFP+ to 4xSFP+ twinax direct attached cable that operates over passive copper, with a maximum reach of 3.00m (9.84ft). This Intel® compatible twinax cable has been programmed, uniquely serialized, and data-traffic and application tested to ensure it is 100% compliant and functional. Our direct attached cable will initialize and perform identically to Intel's cable and is built to meet or exceed Intel's specifications, and comply with MSA (Multi-Source Agreement) standards. The actual part shipped may have a different part number, but will be functionally identical and 100% compatible. Trade Agreements Act (TAA) versions of this part are available.


          • Allows you to access all of the networked data, swiftly and securely

          • Twinaxial cable type - for places where up to 10 meters coverage with high-speed data transfer is required

          • Features Passive

          Product Type: Network Cable
          Taa Compliant: Yes
          Country Of Origin: United States
          Brand Name: AddOn
          Manufacturer: AddOn
          Product Model: X4DACBL3-AO
          Product Name: X4DACBL3-AO Twinaxial Network Cable
          Manufacturer Part Number: X4DACBL3-AO
          Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.addoncomputer.com
          Limited Warranty: Lifetime
          Weight (Approximate): 1.03 lb

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