• Snagless design protects clips when plugging and unplugging
• Standard RJ45 connectors and unshielded twisted pair wires
• Available in 10 colors to color-code a network
• Available in lengths up to 150ft
(1) RJ-45 Male
(1) RJ-45 Male
For fast Ethernet and Gigabit computer networks that require bandwidth-intensive voice, data, or video distribution applications. Meets all Cat6 TIA/EIA standards, and drastically reduces both impedance and structural return loss (SRL). Each of the individual pairs is bonded together to help maintain the twist-spacing throughout the line right up to the termination point. Constructed from high quality copper cable, this design minimizes Near-End Crosstalk (NEXT) levels. The molded, snagless 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.
|Length :||7.00 Foot|
|Vendor :||Cables To Go|
|Weight :||0.220 LB|
• 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
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Comments about 10ft Cat6 Snagless Unshielded (UTP) Ethernet Network Patch Cable - Green:
I use these cables in our server room. They are Great!! Love the snagless ends!! don't buy a cable without the snagless ends.
(also CAT 6)
Service and delivery comments:
Fast delivery (3 days - standard).
Came packaged in good condition.
Comments about 3ft Cat6 Snagless Unshielded (UTP) Ethernet Network Patch Cable - Green:
Works well in high data rate environment.
Comments about 7ft Cat6 Snagless Unshielded (UTP) Ethernet Network Patch Cable - Green:
All the best features offered in a Cat6. A can't go wrong purchase!
Comments about 50ft Cat6 Snagless Unshielded (UTP) Ethernet Network Patch Cable - Green:
I plan to use this cable as a network interface for a new home theater receiver. It is the correct length for my application, and it appears to be very rugged. The Cat 6 specification should provide plenty of bandwidth for the intended use.
So far, I am in the process of running the cable through the house, but I have not been able to actually chack its performance. Unless there is some wiring error, it should work well. The color coding of this group of cables (in my case green)is a great feature that makes it easy to differentiate between other cables in the system.
Comments about 100ft Cat6 Snagless Unshielded (UTP) Ethernet Network Patch Cable - Green:
The perfect cable I need at the right length[...]
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