Cable 911

Why compromise your work by using the wrong length cable? Don’t settle for whatever’s lying around in the back room, especially if it’s way too long. Why use 5-foot cables when you really need 3-foot cables? Plus you risk jeopardizing your network organization and performance. Keep your telecomm rooms and data centers well-organized, good-looking showpieces by using the right length cable.

When you need patch cables right away, call Cable 911 at Black Box!

Cable 911

How the FREE part works.

If we don’t keep our promise to ship your cables today, you’ll get your cables FREE! Now that doesn’t include taxes, shipping, and handling, but who can argue with free?

The details.

To keep our promise to ship your cables the same day, we have a few very reasonable caveats:

  1. Orders must be placed by 1 p.m. ET Mondays–Fridays.
  2. The maximum order is 50 cables per customer per day.
  3. Cable 911 customers must be pre-approved credit customers or those buying with a credit card.
  4. To order, you must call Customer Service at 724-746-5500. On-line orders will not be accepted.

Cable options.

You can order patch cables with the following options:

  • CAT5e/CAT6
  • PVC/plenum – Plenum is only available with solid-conductor assemblies.
  • Shielded/unshielded
  • Solid/stranded conductor
  • Snagless boot/basic connector
  • Eight colors: blue, white, black, gray, green, orange, red, yellow
  • Lengths: 1– 99 feet

When you need patch cables right away, call Cable 911 at Black Box: 724-746-5500.


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2 Responses

  1. Patch cable is strong and useful now.
    You wrote that we can get free cable but we need to argue.plz clear it.

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