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25 Conductor Ribbon Cable
25 Conductor Ribbon Cable
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25 Conductor Flat Ribbon Cable (per inch)
$0.08
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Introduction:

25 Conductor Flat Ribbon Cable. This cable is used in conjunction with DB25 male and female connectors in order to create a user-specific cable length. Please specify how much cable you require.

Description:

This cable is sold by the inch. Quantity in the shopping cart will reflect the number of inches desired. For example: If 6 inches is the desired length: add a quantity of 6 to the cart.

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