Ethernet Cable Category 6 U-UTP Blue 305M

Item Number: MSSCABLE6U
Packaging Unit: 1 / Box
  • Component Compliant Category 6
  • Outstanding performance headroom
  • Easy feed box
  • 305m Boxes
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CAT6 305 Metre Ethernet Cable with Solid Conductors

The ideal cable for running from a patch panel to the wall outlet jack, this solid conductor cable is designed to support Cat6 Link and Channel performance standards set out in AS/NZS 11801.1 and ANSI/TIA 568.2-D

Featuring 23 AWG bare copper conductors and a central spline separator, this cable supports Gigabit Ethernet.

It comes in an easy feed box, making installation on site easy and keeps your cable neat and tidy between jobs.

Also known as LAN cable, Ethernet Cable, Permanent Link Cable and Network Cable

Frequently Asked Questions

Is this cable shielded or unshielded?
This cable is unshielded, also known as UTP which stands for Unshielded Twisted Pairs.

Can I use this cat6 cable with cat5e jacks or patch panels?
Yes. You can use Cat6 cable with Cat5e jacks or patch panels, however the performance of the cable will be limited by the lower performance of the cat5e components.

Can I make patch leads or patch cords with this cable?
Yes, however a cable with stranded conductors, also known as patch cord cable is the best option as it is more flexible and designed to be moved. Solid conductor cables such as this one, are designed for permanent installations where they are not moved.

Copper Cable Type/Construction: Indoor
TIA 568 Category: Cat6
Conductor Type: Solid
Shielded: No
Jacket Colour: Blue
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