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100ft Cat6 Snagless UTP Unshielded Ethernet Network Patch Cable (TAA) - Gray

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Snagless design for network adapters, hubs, switches, routers, DSL/cable modems, patch panels and other high performance networking applications.

(1) RJ-45 Male

(1) RJ-45 Male

Product Description

For voice/data/video distribution, this cable will handle bandwidth-intensive applications . Meets all TIA/ANSI standards and the stringent TAA compliance requirements for anyone who needs to procure products exclusively manufactured in countries on the Trade Agreement Act list.

Constructed from high quality cable and a shortened body plug, this design minimizes Near-End Crosstalk (NEXT) levels. The molded, snag-free boot prevents unwanted cable snags during installation and provides extra strain relief. Available in a variety of colors to easily color-code your network installation.
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RoHS
TAA Compliant

Product Specifications

Color : Grey
Length : 100.00 Foot
UPC : 757120103110
Warranty : Lifetime
Vendor : C2G
Weight : 2.622 LB
Electrical Characteristics


• Conductor DC Resistance - 9.38Ω100m (maximum)
• Impedance - 100Ω
• Capacitance - 5600pf/100m
• Propagation Delay - 545ns/100m (maximum)
• Delay Skew - 45ns/100m (maximum)

Physical Characteristics


• Wiring Scheme - T568B
• Standard: Category 6 TIA/EIA-568-B-2.1, draft 9
• Connector: 50 micron gold-plated RJ45
• Temperature Rating - 60°C
• Voltage Rating - 30V
• Approvals - RoHS Compliant
• Warranty - Lifetime
• Package Type - Polybag

Conductor (Qty. 4 twisted pair)
• Conductor Type - 24AWG (7/0.20), Stranded Bare Copper
• Insulation - H-D PE
• Diameter - 0.98 ± 0.05mm
• Colors - Blue, Blue-White, Orange, Orange-White, Green, Green-White, Brown, Brown-White

Connector Type (Qty. 2)
• Connector Type - 8P8C (RJ45)
• Gender - Male
• Connector Material - Polycarbonate
• Contact Material - Copper Alloy, Gold Plating - 50µm
• Hood Material - Molded PVC

Overall Cable
• Jacket - PVC
• Minimum Average Thickness - 0.60mm
• Outer Diameter - 6.20 ± 0.30mm

Product Uses

• 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
• Voice; T1
• Other high bandwidth applications including 622 ATM, Wideband
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Comments about 100ft Cat6 Snagless UTP Unshielded Ethernet Network Patch Cable (TAA) - Gray:

Price was way below competitors.

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  • 14ft Cat6 Snagless UTP Unshielded Ethernet Network Patch Cable (TAA) - Gray

    Q:

    can I use a Cat6 patch cable to replace my Cat5e patch cable.I'm using a Motorola Docsis 3.0 cable modem and standard cable.Does that make a difference?
    Asked on 12/6/2012 by Savoy Blue from New York,N.Y.

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      A:

      You could replace a Cat6 patch cable to replace a Cat5e cable. Cat6 cables are capable of supporting higher speeds but the connectors are the same size as the Cat5e cable.

      Answered on 12/6/2012 by Steve from C2G
  • 14ft Cat6 Snagless UTP Unshielded Ethernet Network Patch Cable (TAA) - Gray

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    can I use a Cat6 patch cable to replace my Cat5e patch cable.
    Asked on 12/6/2012 by Savoy Blue from New York,N.Y.

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      A:

      You could replace a Cat6 patch cable to replace a Cat5e cable. Cat6 cables are capable of supporting higher speeds but the connectors are the same size as the Cat5e cable.

      Answered on 12/6/2012 by Steve from C2G
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