Bulk Cat6 Cables

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  1. Cat6 Riser Bare Copper 550 Mhz 23 Awg ETL UL Listed And TAA-compliant Cable
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    As low as $155.99
  2. Cat6 Shielded Plenum Bare Copper Cable 550 MHz (CMP) F/UTP Wooden Spool
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    As low as $237.10
  3. Bulk Cat6 Plenum Cable CCA 550 Mhz 23 AWG CMP UTP Pull Box
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    As low as $140.00
  4. Cat6 Riser Rated Cable (CMR) 550Mhz 23Awg CCA UTP Pull Box
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    As low as $78.15
  5. Cat6 Plenum Bare Copper 550 Mhz 23 Awg Ethernet Cable Pull Box
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Bulk Cat6 Ethernet Cables — The Anatomy

Cat6 bulk ethernet cables are known for their high performance, Cat6 ethernet cables support Gigabit speeds of 1 Gbps and 10 Gbps with tested bandwidth of 550 MHz and have 23 AWG conductor size. This industry standard is ready to install to help you out regarding your server needs. Cat6 cables are best for long-length installation and to future-proof your cabling structure. 

Jacket Ratings — Choose the Right Armor

  • Cat6 Plenum (CMP) — An FEP-rated Jacket with LSZH feature to restrict the emission of non-toxic smoke. Suitable for horizontal and vertical spaces, UV-resistant, and bear harsh climate ratings. Highly durable to meet the fire safety ratings of the building. 
  • Cat6 Riser (CMR) — A PVC material cable that offers Fire Resistance and is likely to be installed in vertical spaces of the buildings. Mostly inside walls and elevator shafts. 
  • Cat6 Shielded (F/UTP) — “F” indicates Aluminum Foil as an additional insulation layer throughout the cable length. It is highly durable and is ready to install in complex wiring structures. The F/UTP cat6 cable provides a seamless transmission experience over longer lengths and is improved against crosstalk (AXT and NEXT). Suitable for high-density network applications. 

CCA vs. Pure Copper Conductors in Cat6 Cables

  • CCA (Copper Clad Aluminum) — Copper cladded over aluminum is a cost-effective choice for you. CCA Cat6 bulk cables are durable, ductile, and deliver the best possible result over shorter distances. Best choice for temporary cable installation. 
  • Bare CopperBulk Cat6 Ethernet Cables feature Bare Copper conductors that offer high speed, fast conductivity, and exceptional signal strength. The bare copper cables are the choice where performance is needed. It ought to be used for longer cable runs and Fast Ethernet Applications.

Making the Perfect Choice 

  • Rigorously tested to meet fire safety ratings within the building. Prioritize fire safety Plenum cables are the best with Copper to add performance. 
  • Need flame resistance for vertical installation within the building. Go with Cat6 riser bulk cables. 
  • Need to install cables at complex wiring structures and need maximum protection. Cat6 Shielded (F/UTP) cables are one click away. 
  • Spline to overcome the pair-to-pair crosstalk and also reduce the overall crosstalk within the cable.
  • For peak performance and longer runs choose the Bare Copper Cat6 Bulk Cables. Cat6 CCA cables can be your cost-effective solution mostly to cater to shorter lengths. 

Beyond the Basics

This is the starting point for the Cat6 Bulk Ethernet Cables. Explore our high-quality cables in 1000ft bulk easy-to-pull box and wooden spool packing and ease your installation time with less effort. We have multi-color options along with Bare Copper and CCA in plenum, riser, and Shielded Cat6 Bulk cables

Building a Robust Network With Cat6 Cables

Bulk Cat6 Ethernet Cables are available in a vast variety of outer jackets and conductor options. They provide non-stop performance for your server needs and allow you to maintain internet stability at the right time. Designed for High-Performance and Future-proof infrastructure. All you need to choose your desired Cable color with the right type of conductor and shielded (F/UTP) for demanding environments. 

 

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