CAT6 A plenum 500ft solid pure copper advance network tested cable free shipping
100% Solid pure copper insulated Category 6-A Plenum-rated CMP tested with Fluke analyzer.
Our Cat6 Plenum solid copper network wire is made of purified copper material which is the best solution for your network interface and the best choice for Network Specialists. This Cat6-A Solid copper materialized cable is easy to install and carry in your job. Our Cat6A copper plenum-rated cable is up to 750 MHz and 23 AWG tested each length with a QC unit. It’s a part of your professional networking infrastructure. It’s made after thousands of recommendations by our valued customers.
Wi-Fi 6 (and beyond) deployments
11ax – otherwise known as WiFi 6 — can operate at speeds up to 10Gbps. Thus, if you want to avoid a bottleneck on WiFi 6 and future generations of enterprise wireless gear, you should opt for CAT6A wherever WiFi access points will be installed.
802.3bt PoE needs
As stated previously, the need for higher Wattage capabilities of PoE is increasing thanks to more intelligent – and thus – more power-hungry PoE (power over ethernet) endpoints. Common examples of PoE devices that consume 60W or more include point-of-sale (POS) systems, digital signage, PoE thin clients, intelligent lighting, and building management systems. If you anticipate implementing these types of devices in the next few years, it’s wise to take advantage of the high-power PoE benefits of CAT6A.
Next-generation surveillance cameras that operate at 4K and 8K resolutions and include features such as pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ), not only demand higher-power PoE capabilities – but also transmit speeds up to 10 Gbps as they stream ultra-high-quality video footage to a network video recorder (NVR). Where you can see the recorded video that exactly you are thinking in your mind.
Uplinks between switches
If for whatever reason you cannot run fiber between switches, it is wise to run CAT6A and utilize 10GBASE-T Ethernet to prevent bottlenecks on switch uplinks.
Cabling is expected to last 5 or more years
If you anticipate the need to use this cabling for 5 years or more, the added cost and time required to install CAT6A are justified. Thus, for buildings that are difficult to “rip and replace” – it’s strongly recommended to run CAT6A for all new installs to help future-proof the investment. Think of a long-time workable environment.
- Cable Type: CAT6A 4-Pair UTP
- Cable Length: 157 m/500 ft
- Conductor Material: 100% Bare Copper Cable
- Jacket Material: Plenum rated (No Smoke) nonburn able
- Conductor Gauge: 23 AWG
- Cable Performance: Up to 750 MHz
- Cable Structure: Solid
- TIA 568-C.2, RoHS Compliant
- Unshielded 4 Pair 23AWG Category-6A
- NEC Article 800, ANSI/TIA/EIA 568C.2 Category 6A,11801:2002 Category 6A
- Supports all CAT6A applications including Ethernet 10 Gigabit, 100BASETX, 100BaseVG ANY LAN, 155ATM, 622ATM, NTSC/PAL Component or Composite Video, AES/EBU Digital Audio, AES51, RS-422
- RoHS Compliant
Pure copper conductors transmit a stronger signal that can survive long lengths without distortion. Pure copper is very flexible and malleable when compared to other conductors which mean that you can use pure copper conductor cables in complex installation patterns without having to worry about the cable's conductors breaking inside the cable during installation or over the years
The recommended channel length for cat6a cable is 100m or 328 feet. These lengths can differ in certain situations. Over the length of 100m, Cat6a cable will be able to perform up to 10GB of data rates and has frequencies of up to 750Mhz. A nice high-speed cable for when you want to push network speeds.
you need to have both the NIC (Network Interface Card) in your computer and the other end (switch or router) to be of higher speed capability
Server, Laptop, Personal Computer, Router, Printer, Projector, Modem, Patch Panels, Television
It’s not difficult to identify Cat6 and Cat6a cables from appearance. If you look at the jacket carefully, you will find the identifiers printed as Cat6 and Cat6a. You can also distinguish these two cables from thickness. Cat6a ethernet solid copper cables are much thicker than Cat6 cables.
Cat6a plenum copper cables can support a distance over 100 meters at a speed of 10 Gbps.
Cat6a CMP plenum copper cable is thicker and heavier than Cat6 CMP cable. Network Cable trays cannot hold as many Cat6a copper cables as Cat6 cables. When laying cables on the trays, you should better not bend cables too much as this can damage the wiring and influence network performance.
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