|Model Number::||CAT.5E UTP Patch Cord||Color::||9 Colors Available|
|Fire Rating::||CMX/ CMG/ CM/ CMR/ CMP||Connector::||Gold-Plated|
28awg 4 core shielded cable,
UTP 28awg 4 core shielded cable,
28AWG bare copper conductor cable
Not all Ethernet cable is created equally. What's the difference, and how do you know which you should use? Let's look at the technical and physical differences in Ethernet cable categories to help us decide.
Ethernet cables are grouped into sequentially numbered categories (“ cat ”) based on different specifications; sometimes the category is updated with further clarification or testing standards (eg 5e, 6a). These categories are how we can easily know what type of cable we need for a specific application. Manufacturers are required to adhere to the standards, which makes our lives easier.
What are the differences between the categories and how can you know when to use unshielded, shielded, stranded, or solid cable? Keep reading f or “cat”-like enlightenment.
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