Cat5e UTP Patch Cable - 1.5 Metre
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This blue patch cable of 1.5 meter allows you to easily connect devices to your network. For example you can connect your computer to your router or your access point to your switch.
This internet cable falls into the Cat5e category. Cat5e cables have a bandwidth of 100 megahertz and can therefore reach speeds of up to 1,000 megabits per second, or 1 gigabit per second. This is certainly fast enough for most home applications.
This UTP cable has a U/UTP shield. This means that there is no additional shielding around the cable and around the wire pairs to further prevent electromagnetic interference and crosstalk. This is usually not necessary for Cat5e cables.
UTP stands for "Unshielded Twisted Pair". UTP cables consist of 4 wire pairs. Each wire pair consists of 2 wires twisted around each other. Twisting them around each other in a twisted pair ensures that the cores suffer less crosstalk.
100% copper internet cable
This network cable has 8 conductors made of 100% copper. The thickness of these copper cores is 24 AWG as befits Cat5e cables. This also makes this cable safe to use for Power over Ethernet (PoE).
Some manufacturers however do not use copper, but CCA, which is aluminium with a thin layer of copper around it, because this is cheaper. Aluminium however does not conduct as well as copper and can also be a fire hazard. That is why this LAN cable is made of real copper.
Network cable with RJ45 connectors
At the ends of this Ethernet cable are male RJ45 connectors. These connectors are made of transparent plastic, allowing you to see the wires of the cable. There is also a strain relief on these connectors that prevents the cable from coming loose.
RJ45 connectors are also called 8P8C, because they have 8 positions and 8 conductors. RJ45 is the most commonly used connector for Ethernet connections. Therefore you can easily connect this cable to almost any equipment with network functionality.
Ethernet cable with LSZH jacket
This LAN cable features an LSZH jacket. LSZH stands for "low smoke, zero halogen". This is a special type of plastic that, unlike PVC, contains no halogen and therefore develops little smoke and releases few toxic gases when burnt through. This fire-retardant material is however somewhat stiffer. The wires themselves are insulated with HDPE.
|Conductor thickness||24 AWG|