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Upgrade your network with a CAT6 Snagless Networking Cable from Belkin and enjoy clean, clear transmissions. Now you can replace CAT5 cables that dont support 100Base-T or gigabit Ethernet and improve the return loss in your current network by 40 percent. Engineered with 50-micron, gold-plated connectors to ensure clear transmissions and snagless molds to protect the RJ45 tab from damage during installation, this cable meets the performance requirements of Category 6.
- PowerSum tested
- Snagless molds protect the RJ45 tap from being damaged during installation
- Capable of improving the return loss in your current network by 40%
- Internal load bar assures accurate positioning of pairs and consistent high performance
- 2-row staggered pin configuration to control cross-talk at hyper-frequency
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|Manufacturer||Belkin International, Inc|
|Manufacturer Part Number||A3L980B14-RED-S|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.belkin.com|
|Product Name||Cat6 Patch Cable|
|Marketing Information||How does a Cat 6 patch cable affect your network? It's like when you replace one blocked pipe in your plumbing line and suddenly the flow increases, the transfer is more fluid and the whole system is improved. |
The RJ45 High Performance Category 6 UTP Patch Cable is the perfect performance upgrade. Used to replace any Cat 5 cable that fails to support 100 Base-T or Gigabit Ethernet. With RJ45 male-to-male connectors and a snagless molded strain relief.
|Product Type||Network Cable|
|Cable Type||Category 6|
|Cable Characteristic||Patch Cable|
|Cable Length||14 ft|
|Connector on First End||1 x RJ-45 Male Network|
|Connector on Second End||1 x RJ-45 Male Network|
|Material||Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) - Jacket|
|Weight (Approximate)||8.80 oz|
|ProductTitle||Belkin Cat6 Patch Cable - RJ-45 Male Network - RJ-45 Male Network - 14ft - Red|
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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday, October 25, 2016.