UTP CAT6 network cable solid 50M CCA. The cable has AWG value 23 with a PVC sheath. Suitable for networks up to 1Gbit with a bandwidth of 250MHz. Supplied on a roll without molded connectors, ideal when you have to pull the cable through empty pipes. A stiff cable is always used when working with wall sockets, patch panels or LSA strips in general.
What is the difference between UTP, FTP and S / FTP?
The above terms indicate whether the cable has no, one or more shields. A UTP cable is not shielded and installation near other cables can cause malfunctions. FTP is simply a single shield, where S / FTP is double shielded and malfunctions are virtually excluded. Not sure yet? You can always contact us! We are happy to advise you on which cable you may need.
|Inner conductor material||CCA|
|max. bandwidth||250 MHz|
|Cable||4 Pair (4x2) AWG|
|Connection||10/100/1000 Mbit (1 Gigabit)|
|Screening per Pair||None|
|Packaging unit||1 piece|
|CPR Fire Class||Eca|
|Suitable for POE|