13.5Ft Gray Patch Cable Cat5e:
With our 13.5ft gray patch cable cat5e, Smartech Cables got your back if you want to install quality cables in a small area. It is a category 5 enhanced or cat5e patch cable that is 13.5 feet long. The outer sheathing on this patch cable is of a gray color. Patch cables come handy particularly when you need to connect your electronic device (for instance a computer) and patch panels and switches and patch panels for the purpose of signal routing or simply when you want to connect a computer, a router or even a gaming system.
This 13.5ft gray patch cable cat5e along with our all other patch cables conform to EIA/TIA T568A and T568B standards and they are ETL listed and RoHS compliant as well. On top of that, this patch cable exceeds certain minimum standards laid down by the relevant authorities. The minimum required standard laid down by TIA/EIA concerning the bandwidth capacity of gray patch cable cat5e is to support 100 MHz but our 13.5ft gray patch cable cat5e is rated for bandwidth capacities up to 350 MHz. And with that, this patch cable can transmit up to 10/100/1000Mbps worth of data transfer.
Our cable is made observing the unshielded pair design. It contains four twisted pairs of 24 American Wire Gauge AWG copper conductors. The conductors are made to be tightly twisted and taunt so that you can enjoy stable data transmissions with the least amount of cross talk or any data errors in your connectivity for that matter. The cross-talk basically is a phenomenon of unwanted signals that occur between your transmissions. It is caused by the electric or magnetic fields of one telecommunication signal affecting a signal in a nearby cable. What it essentially means, in simpler words is that these series of unwanted signals are a result of signal bleeding from one cable and then overlapping with a signal from another cable nearby. With this 13.5ft gray patch cable cat5e, we guarantee that you will experience quality transmissions with least amount of cross talk as it has been tested to be resistant towards cross-talk and other electromagnetic interferences. This resistance towards cross-talk is accredited to high quality and durable sheathing on the patch cable and the tighter wounds within. Contrary to the cat5 patch cable, this cable is designed to be more resistive against cross-talks and thus, it provides more protection against Power Sum Equal-Level Far-End Crosstalk (PS-ELFEXT), Near-End Crosstalk (NEXT) and Alien Crosstalk (AXT). This leads to better data integrity, and there will be less chance of data packets being lost. This, in turn, means that there will be a low bit error rate in your data transmissions.