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While Cat 5 and Cat 5e cables are becoming less and less common due to the prevalence of Cat 6 and Cat 6a cables, they’re often preferred in a variety of environments because they’re cost-effective and still offer some great benefits. These cables are some of the most common twisted pair cables for computer network applications. Cat 5 cables can handle speeds up to 100 Mbps and a maximum frequency of 100 MHz, whereas Cat 5e cables are capable of gigabit speeds (up to 1,000 Mbps and a frequency of 100 MHz). CableWholesale offers the best selection of high-quality Cat 5 cable. Wholesale prices, quick shipping and great customer service ensure a great experience every time!
If you’re still using Cat 5 or Cat 5e cables, you’re probably well-aware of how different manufacturers can make versions that perform better or worse than others. CableWholesale.com produces our Cat 5e cables with the best level of quality possible. We use pure copper for all of our Cat 5 cables, even though it costs more for us to produce. Why? Copper is all-around superior, and acts as a more efficient electrical conductor compared with lesser options, like copper-clad aluminum or copper-clad alloy. Plus, bare copper is more durable, resilient and resistant to electrical loss. And, to carry UL listing, Cat 5 cables must be pure copper.
Shop CableWholesale for all your copper Cat 5 cable needs, whether you’re looking for unshielded, foil or foil and braided cables. Our unshielded Cat 5 cables come in an easy-to-use pull box, making it great for those people who want to make a variety of patch cables across large jobs. Our shielded Cat 5 cables are a bit more expensive, but they will help reduce electrical noise and electrometric interference, keeping your signal steadier. If you’re not sure which type of cable is most appropriate for your particular needs, you can always reach out to us at CableWholesale for one-on-one advice.