StarTech. com's Cat6 UTP Patch Cables offer reliable Ethernet connections. This 3 feet cable is ETL verified to meet or exceed all Category 6 performance standards and features a durable red jacket that simplifies departmental colour coding while providing rugged flexibility for network connections. To ensure long-lasting performance, our high quality Cat6 UTP Patch Cables offer PVC moulded strain relief that prevents the RJ45 connector termination point from bending at sharp angles - reducing the risk of cable damage, which could decrease network performance. StarTech. com's 3 feet red Cat6 UTP Patch Cable is constructed of only top quality materials to ensure optimum durability and is backed by our Lifetime Warranty. 100% Copper - a better valueStarTech. com Cat 6 cables are manufactured with copper conductors. While many cable manufacturers offer a "cheaper" cable based on a copper-coated aluminium core, we make no compromises on quality to ensure you receive top value for your cable investment. 23 Gauge Wire. Our Cat 6 cables are constructed with 23 gauge copper wire to support a broad range of Ethernet applications, such as Power over Ethernet (PoE). Because we use a high quality 23 gauge wire, our cables easily sustain the nominal voltage (48v) capability required for Power over Ethernet applications, whereas the inferior quality offered by copper-coated aluminium cables may be subject to insufficient power delivery, heat build-up, and equipment damage and potentially, fire. 50 micron Gold Connectors. StarTech. com Cat 6 cables offer high quality connectors comprised of 50 micron gold to ensure optimum conductivity while eliminating signal loss due to oxidation or corrosion.
|Description||StarTech.com's 3 feet red Cat6 UTP Patch Cable is constructed of only top quality materials to ensure optimum durability and is backed by our Lifetime Warranty.|
|Product Type||Network Cable|
|Connector Type||Cat6 UTP RJ-45 , Connector End 1: 1 x RJ-45 , Connector End 2: 1 x RJ-45 (Male)|
|Certification(s)||RoHS Compliant ? FCC|