CCA Conductor CAT5e , NETWORKING Ethernet LAN Cable 305m
Pro Cat5e Cable
Pro Category 5e cables have been designed to deliver excellent performance in high speed network applications. This Cat5e cable exceeds the minimum specified performance and prevents crosstalk helping to keep data safe.
Features and Benefits
Designed to deliver robust performance and ensure optimum bandwidth ·Supports horizontal networking applications up to 100m.
Product Application Information
This RS Pro Cat5e cable supports backbone and horizontal networking applications over distances up to 100 metres.
Why choose Cat5e over Cat5 cables
Cat5 and Cat5e are virtually identical and cannot be told apart by thickness, colour or material. Cat5e cables sometimes have a more durable protective jacket making them suitable for use for many more years than a Cat5 cable. Within the jacket the wiring inside tends to be much tightly twisted making them more resistant to crosstalk.
Cat5e cables are able to support networks that run up to 1 gigabyte per second making them ideal for use within IT where the fast transference of data is essential.
Cat5e cables also have a higher bandwidth of 350 MHz which means they can carry a lot more information from one system to another than Cat5 cables can.
What is crosstalk?
Crosstalk is the electromagnetic interference that occurs between cables when they are close to each other. This interference can lead to errors in data transmission.
ANSI/EIA/TIA 568B.2:2002, ISO/IEC 11801:2002, RoHS, REACH, ETL/UL approved
Cable Cat5e FTP Solid 24 AWG 100MHz PVC
- The speed of Cat5e cabling supports high performance networking.
- Category 5 enhanced cables can deliver Gigabit Ethernet speeds of up to 1000 Mbps.
- Devices connected by the cable, including switches and routers, should also support the desired data speeds.
- Cat5e provides a bandwidth of 100 MHz performance, though cables are available with up to 350 MHz capabilities. The cable delivers less crosstalk and interference when compared to original Cat5.
- Due to Cat5e speed and affordability, the cable is commonly found in wired local area networks that have high performance demands. It can cost up to 20 percent less than Cat6 cabling.