StarTech.com UTP Gigabit Cat6 Patch Cable
- Supports reliable 650MHz/ 1 Gbps Ethernet network connections with PoE
- Compatible with Category 5e and Category 6 applications
- Molded Cat6 RJ45 connectors prevent cable damage
- ETL Verified / 24 AWG / 100% Copper / 50-micron Gold Connectors / Lifetime warranty
- UTP Cat6 Cable / Cat6 RJ45 Ethernet Cord / Cat 6 Cable / Network Cable / C6PAT / C6PATC / C6PATCH / Gigabit Ethernet Cable / Long Ethernet Cable
Details: The C6PATCH50BL Cat 6 Patch Cable (50 ft) meets or exceeds all Category 6 cable specifications to ensure reliable Gigabit network connections, and features a durable blue PVC jacket that enables you to color code your network cable runs as needed. To ensure long-lasting performance, this high quality Cat 6 patch cable features molded PVC strain relief that prevents the RJ45 connector termination points from bending at sharp angles - reducing the risk of cable damage, which could decrease network performance. Constructed of only top quality materials, this Gigabit Patch Cable delivers reliable performance and is backed by our Lifetime Warranty. 100% Copper - a better value StarTech.com Cat6 cables are manufactured using high-quality copper conductors. While many cable manufacturers offer a "cheaper" cable, based on a copper-coated aluminum core, we make no compromises on quality to ensure you receive top value and performance for your network cable investment. 24 AWG Wire This Cat6 cable is constructed with 24 gauge copper wire, to support a broad range of Ethernet applications such as Power over Ethernet (PoE). Because we use a high quality copper wire, our cables easily sustain the power required for Power over Ethernet applications, whereas the inferior quality offered by copper-coated aluminum cables may be subject to insufficient power delivery, heat buildup, equipment damage and potentially, fire. 50-micron Gold Connectors This molded patch cable offers high quality connectors comprised of 50-micron gold, to deliver optimum conductivity while eliminating signal loss due to oxidation or corrosion.