HP / HPE 10GBASE-T HP SFP+ RJ45 Copper Transceiver 813876-001 813874-B21 For Sale

HP / HPE 10GBASE-T HP SFP+ RJ45 Copper Transceiver 813876-001 813874-B21


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HP / HPE 10GBASE-T HP SFP+ RJ45 Copper Transceiver 813876-001 813874-B21:
$280

This posting is for a NEW HP / HPE 10GBASE-T HP SFP+ RJ45 Copper Transceiver 813876-001 813874-B21
This item is BRAND NEW in its ORIGINAL PACKAGING
This is an OFFICIAL HP / HPE 10G Ethernet Transceiver, not a low quality knock-off like many others on
We have more items available than what is posted, so please reach out to us if interested in purchasing more than what's available in this posting.
- Quantity is (x1) per sale- Comes in anti-static material packaging- Will NOT ship internationally without contacting us first- Comes with a 2-week warranty from the date of delivery (Refund/Replace)- What you see in the pictures is all that is included- Compatible with almost any SFP+ Switch or SFP+ Network Card
Associated Part Numbers:
P/N: 813876-001P/N: 813874-B21P/N: 826762-001Items will ship in special anti-static materials with each item wrapped individually for safety.We change 95% of our shipments to 2-Day shipping for FREE as a courtesy.
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