3ft Cat6 Snagless Unshielded (UTP) Network Crossover Patch Cable - Red

4.76 Reviews
Product Features
Easily transfer files and data between two computers by using this cable to connect and create a peer-to-peer network
• Snagless design protects clips when plugging and unplugging
• Standard RJ45 connectors and unshielded twisted pair wires
• Available in four colors to color-code a network
• Available in lengths up to 25ft
(1) RJ-45 Male
(1) RJ-45 Male
Product Description
This Cat6 network crossover patch cable is an ideal solution for connecting two computer to share files or data. The crossed pin configuration allows two computers to be connected peer-to-peer without the need for a hub or switch. This cable may also be used to connect network switches and hubs without an uplink port to other switches and hubs. Each cable is fully tested, quality inspected, and meets all TIA/EIA Cat6 standards. This cable has been designed tor educe both impedance and structural return loss (SRL) which ensures error-free transmission. Constructed from high quality cable and a shortened body plug, this design minimizes Near-End Crosstalk (NEXT) levels. This patch cable provides the necessary throughput and is able to handle up to Gigabit Ethernet speeds. The molded, snagless design prevents unwanted cable snags during installation without impairing the ability to insert and remove the connector from the port. It also provides unparalleled strain relief so that the cable is not damaged even when pulled excessively.
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Product Specifications
Color : Red
Length : 3.00 Foot
UPC : 757120278610
Warranty : Lifetime
Vendor : C2G
Weight : 0.110 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
Customer Reviews

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Rated 5 out of 5 by Long John Silver from Cat6 crossover ethernet cable My Squeezebox3 (by Logitech) is a wireless network music device that provides internet radio streams to my home theater sound system. I bought a network Bluray disk player that wants an ethernet connection to function with Netflix etc, but there is no RJ-45 socket anywhere near my hi-fi gear. Fortunately, the Squeezebox3 has a wireless bridge functionality that can be used, with a crossover cable, to provide network access to the Bluray player. Since the player is close to the Squeezebox3, a short crossover cable was all I needed, and this fit the bill perfectly. Over-long cords and cables that clutter up one's living room are nearly as annoying as too short. It's great to have a source for cables of whatever length is needed and not be restricted to the narrow choices available (if they have it at all) at the walk-in stores.
Date published: 2009-11-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mike from Good fast cables I needed some very short CAD 6 crossover cables that were red. They had what I needed.
Date published: 2010-09-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by Eder from I really disliked it It hasn't all four pairs crossed. Only green and orange pairs are swapped. It it not possible to use them at gigabit speeds. And make no sense swap only two pairs, since when crossing all four pairs, it works for both 10/100 and gigabit speeds (but it is mandatory crossing all four pairs for gigabit). And makes no sense buying a Cat6 cable for not use it at gigabit speeds.
Date published: 2010-12-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by BeFree from Awesome crossover cable - and it's red! This is a great crossover cable. I have tried several others on my Riverbed Steelhead and none are giving us the solid consistent performance that this cable is. I highly recommend it!
Date published: 2009-05-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by gwbnyc from Outstanding Service I brought a 25-foot crossover cable for file sharing among two computers on my network. At the same time company managers here had decided to order two up-to-date computers, negating the need for the crossover cable. I emailed C2G customer service and in an exchange of emails, staff there guided me on how best to return the 25-foot cable for refund. A truly nice group of people to work with.
Date published: 2018-07-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mun10s from Exactly what we needed Love working with C2G! Super fast shipping - great inventory so they always have what we need!
Date published: 2018-03-06
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Questions & Answers

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can this ethernet cable be used to transfer files from my Dell Inspiron 5100 to my MacBook Pro ? The MacBook Pro migration instructions say to use a CAT6-certif. ethernet cable.
Asked by: rock
If you set up a network between the MacBook and the PC, you could use that cable to transfer files between them.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2017-10-06
Will this support 10Gb data rates at full speed?
Asked by: Karim
Product 27863 functions at 10/100 Mbps.
Answered by: Sean
Date published: 2017-10-06
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