Cables To Go™ Cat6 Snagless Patch Cables
Cables To Go™ Cat6 Snagless Cat6 Patch Cables provide home users, enthusiasts, and professional installers with an affordable, high-performance solution for all their networking cable needs.
- 4-pair UTP conductors are constructed from quality copper stranding that drastically reduces both impedance and structural return loss
- Each of the pairs are individually bonded together to help maintain twist-spacing up to the termination point, providing increased tensile strength and flexibility
- 50 micron gold-plated connectors provide superior connectivity, while greatly reducing data loss and interference
- Durable PVC jacket helps provide a degree of protection against minor abrasion and light traffic
- Meets all Cat6 TIA/EIA-568-B-2.1 standards
- RoHS Compliant
- Lifetime manufacturer’s warranty
- Made in the USA
These Cat6 patch cords are constructed from high-quality copper conductor cable to support fast Gigabit 1000 BASE-T networks while remaining backward compatible with Cat5 and Cat5e networking applications.
|Conductor:||4-pair (UTP) 24 AWG stranded copper|
|Connector:||50 micron gold-plated RJ45|
|Standard:||Category 6 TIA/EIA-568-B-2.1, draft 9|
|Applications:||Gigabit 1000 BASE-T; 100 BASE-T; 10 BASE-T (IEEE 802.3)
4/16 Mbps Token Ring (IEEE 802.5); 100 VG-AnyLAN
100 Mbps TP-PMD (ANSI X3T9.5); 55/155 Mbps ATM
|Category 6 550 MHz Snagless Patch Cables|
Cables To Go™ provides a lifetime guarantee against defects and labor on all custom and distributed cables. Please note that CUSTOM CABLE ASSEMBLIES ARE NON-RETURNABLE AND NON-CANCELLABLE. Warranties do not apply to damage from misuse or any consequential damages.
Other important policies include:
- Opened electronic non-defective product are not available for return, exchange, or credit.
- Many of our products carry Manufacturer's Warranty Only.
- All other products, including network electronics; power protection and peripheral sharing products, are covered by their manufacturer's warranty which is subject to change without notice.
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HOW-TO CORNER -
- How to Wire a Keystone Jack
- How to Test an RJ45 Connection
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