Cat6 White Ethernet Patch Cable, Bootless, 3 foot

Cat6 White Ethernet Patch Cable, Bootless, 3 foot - Part Number: 10X8-19103
Cat6 White Ethernet Patch Cable, Bootless, 3 foot - Part Number: 10X8-19103 Cat6 White Ethernet Patch Cable, Bootless, 3 foot - Part Number: 10X8-19103 Cat6 White Ethernet Patch Cable, Bootless, 3 foot - Part Number: 10X8-19103 Cat6 White Ethernet Patch Cable, Bootless, 3 foot - Part Number: 10X8-19103
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10X8-19103
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Product Details
  • Warranty: Lifetime
  • UPC Number: 846568012402
  • End 1: CAT6 Male Plug
  • End 2: CAT6 Male Plug
  • Length: 3 feet
  • Color: White
  • Wire: 24 AWG
  • Weight: 0.11 lbs
Product Information

Cat6 White Ethernet Patch Cable, Bootless, 3 foot

Cat6 Ethernet cables of the 3 foot length are typically used to connect a Cable or DSL modem to a router/switch in the home or office or for particularly long patch panel runs inside server/network rooms. Though you may find many uses for such a length.

Cat6 cables are used for networking, data transfer, and phone lines. Cat6 Cable is used in network applications and has been designed specifically for Gigabit Ethernet applications. They perform at high-data transfer rates, and work with ATM and gigabit speed products.

This particular cable is a white UTP (Unshielded Twisted Pair) bootless patch cable. Cat6 cable includes a spline to help ensure separation between the pairs which limits cross talk. The connectors are wired to the T568B standard. The individual conductors are 24 AWG (American wire gauge) stranded pure copper. Cat6 patch cables are stranded to improve flexibility. Pure copper conductors provide the best signal possible. The RJ45 plug features gold connectors to prevent corrosion thus ensuring a longer cable life. Our Cat6 Ethernet patch cables exceed the EIA/TIA-568-C standard.
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5 / 5 5/5 - October 17, 2012
TT (Plano, TX)

I keep buying these from CW for my short runs because they're cheap and reliable. I prefer bootless because cables with boots make it hard to unplug in some cases.

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