- Length : 10ft
- Designed for : Cisco Catalyst 3750X Series switches.
- Model Number : CAB-3KX-AC
- Part Number : CAB-3KX-AC, CAB-3KX-AC=, CAB-3KX-AC-RF
- Condition : New
- One (1) NEW Cisco CAB-3KX-AC Catalyst 3750X Series 10ft Notched Switch Power Cord as described above
- Manuals or product brochures are not included. Software or Firmware DVDs or CDs are not included
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