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CAT 6A S/FTP Network cable - ethernet patch cable for connection of network ready devices

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CAT 6A S/FTP Network cable - ethernet patch cable for connection of network ready devices

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CAT 6A S/FTP Network cable

ethernet patch cable for connection of network ready devices

Even the best wireless connection does not provide data transfer that is as fast and stable as a high-quality network/patch cable. The 2-way shielded CAT 6A S/FTP network cable is the ideal solution for absolutely interference-free data transmission and audio and video streaming. Thanks to the bandwidth of up to 10 gigabits it connects all network-compatible devices (eg routers, smart TV, AV receiver, PC, laptop and game console) quick and easy with each other.

  • GHMT-certified network cable
  • dual shielding (PiMF) for optimal signal quality
  • High-speed Ethernet at up to 10 Gbit/s
  • LSZH material for flame and fire resistance
 
Technical specifications
  • Connections
  • Connection, type
    RJ45 male (8P8C)
  • Connection, housing material
    ABS
  • Connection, shielding
    yes
  • Connection 2, type
    RJ45 male (8P8C)
  • Latch protection
    both sides
  • Connection, contact material
    gold (24 kt)
  • Cable
  • Cable type
    round cable
  • Specification
    CAT 6a
  • Shielding class
    S/FTP (PiMF)
  • AWG
    26/7 (stranded)
  • Cable sheath diameter (approx.)
    6 mm
  • Inner conductor material
    OFC (99,9% oxygen-free copper)
  • Cable length
    0.5 m
  • Number of shieldings
    2 x
  • Type 1, shielding
    foil (alu) PiMF
  • Type 2, shielding
    braid (copper)
  • Kink protection
    both sides
  • LSZH compliant
    yes
  • General
  • Consumption Unit
    1 pc. in cardboard box
  • Operating temperature from
    -10 °C
  • Operating temperature up to
    80 °C
  • Warranty
    10 years
Downloads
  • Product data sheet
    319 kB
    pdf
 
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