- Cat6 brand - Network Flat Cable / Patch Cord / 2 RJ-45 connector / plugs with kink protection sleeve / gold-plated contacts.
- High transmission speeds due to operating frequency with up to 250 MHz (in comparison to Cat.5/Cat.5e cable bandwidth of 100 MHz).
- High quality copper inner conductor / zero-halogen insulation / ROHS conform / 100% over-moulded strain relief | bend protection mantle (very solid due to sharpened bend protection mantle).
- Configuration as EIA/TIA 568B | guaranteed downwards and upwards compatibility to Cat.5e/CAT.5/CAT.7/ UTP / EIA/TIA 568B standard.
- Suitable for Gigabit-networks 10/100/1000 MBit | to connect computers games consoles DSL-modem switch access point router modem network sockets patch fields or patch panels within a 10/100/1000 Mbit-networks | Lan network flat cable ideal for underfloor & carpet.
Cablesson came into existence in the world renowned city of Oxford United Kingdom and is led by a team of young tech-loving and innovative individuals. We are premier manufacturers of high-quality HIGH DEFINITION cables components and accessories for consumer electronics products. As a result, we continuously strive to give you the best combination of a valuable product and impeccable customer service. â€š The high-quality Cablesson Cat6 Flat network cable is perfectly suited for 10/100/1000 MBit Ethernet networks in office buildings and private households whether you want to connect your PC notebook games console or even other devices to the internet or in the network. This is easily possible with this high-performance Cat6 flat Patch cable. The Cat6 Patch cable is suitable for any DSL speed and is able to connect all devices with network capability quickly and easily.â€š Compatible with all other ethernet category standards. Strong and durable construction. color: Black and Blue Flexible and easy to work with flat Cat6 cable. suitable for home networks Switch Modem Router PatchPannel. Lengths Available: 1.64 to 32.81 Feet (0.5 to 10 Metres). 2 Years (24 Months) warranty. Designed in Oxford.