|Place of Origin:||Guangdong, China|
|Certification:||UL Certified, CUL Certified, IP67, IP69K|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||100|
|Packaging Details:||Our standard packing: Individual part with transparent PE bag with label, OEM packing available.|
|Delivery Time:||2~3 weeks|
|Supply Ability:||60000 pcs/month|
|Reference Standard:||IEC 60603 7 7||Jacket Color:||Light Blue|
|Contacts No.:||RJ45 8P8C||Gender:||Male|
|Termination:||Insulation Percing Contact||Cable Specification:||AWG 24|
|Contact Overmolding:||PVC||Category:||CAT 7|
AWG 24 Cat7 Ethernet Patch Cable,
RJ45 Cat7 Ethernet Patch Cable,
Cat7 Ethernet Cable 8p8c
Connector Technical Data
|Termination||Insulation Percing Contect|
1000V Contact to Contact, 1500 Contact to Screen
|Contect||Brass Gold plated|
|Connector overmolding||PVC, TPU|
Laptop, TV, PC, Server, Router, Modem, Printer
● What is the difference between CAT5 and Cat7 Ethernet cables?
Ethernet cables come in all shapes, lengths, and sizes, but the biggest differentiating factor between them is their category. That denotes both their performance which is directly related to their shielding against crosstalk and exterior noise. Where cables like Cat 5, Cat 5e, Cat 6, and even Cat 8 are quite typical, Cat7 is a little different.
●Is Cat 7 widely used?
Currently, Cat7 Patch Cable is not widely adopted. Cat5e and Cat6 solutions sufficiently support the bandwidth requirements of today’s data centers, networks, and end users. Using Cat7 for a connection to a desktop would be unnecessary because the bandwidth would not be utilized. It may also be an unnecessary expense for many data center applications for the same reason. However, as technology advances and requirements increase, Cat7 cable will become more relevant in the data center and desktop connections.
Contact Person: Marco Yang