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Parts by Number for Cable Bus Systems Top

Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
1507573 Allied Electronics, Inc. PHOENIX CONTACT Not Provided BUS SYSTEM CABLE, 5 POS., 10 M
1405991 Digi-Key Phoenix Contact Cable Assemblies BUS SYSTEM CABLE DEVICENET 5POS
1569391 Allied Electronics, Inc. PHOENIX CONTACT Not Provided BUS SYSTEM CABLE, ETHERNET, 4-POS., 2 M
1507272 Digi-Key Phoenix Contact Cable Assemblies BUS SYSTEM CABLE 2POS STR 15 M
1416567 Digi-Key Phoenix Contact Cables, Wires BUS SYSTEM CABLE 8POS 26AWG 100M
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