This very high quality Cat 6 patch cable is suitable for any use in private networks, as well as for virtually any use in corporate networks. It reliably and with high data throughput connects the smart TV and the game console to the DSL router at home as well as the company network connects the workstation PC to the network socket and this in turn to the switch or the patch panel or the patch panel. Of course, NAS systems, network printers and wireless access points are no problem either. You can expect a high data transfer rate with this cable for many reasons. This is ensured by the 26/7 AWG copper conductors and the operating frequency up to 250 MHz, compared to 100 Mhz at Cat 5. It is further enhanced by the fact that the cable is FTP shielded and thus has a total foil shielding. And basically, the technology of twisted pairs of wires already provides a minimum level of shielding against electromagnetic interference. A Cat 6 cable is backward compatible with Cat 5 and is backward compatible with Cat 7, so it can be used with components from both other categories. In addition, the cable is of course ideal for gigabit connections. In contrast to the prevailing patch cord standard look, the cable at the connector tips has plastic inlets in a color that is undoubtedly green. For a more accurate description of the shade, jade should be the appropriate term. The crowning achievement of this inlet is eight gold-plated contacts. After all, the PVC jacket s a high degree of flexibility. Conclusion: A cable with excellent technical performance data, which its year of manufacture can be viewed positively. After all, the trend is clearly moving in the direction of bringing together outstanding technology with outstanding optics.
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