Cat 6 Ethernet Cables RJ 45 8P8C
Ethernet cables are connective products for wired networking applications. When you connect them, Ethernet cables create a local area network, carrying signals between your computer, modem and router. The two most common types of Ethernet cables are Category 5 (Cat 5) and Category 6 (Cat 6). Cat 6 cables are the latest generation of Ethernet cable products. Cat 6 Ethernet cables use RJ 45 plugs to connect with other computers, routers or switches. These plugs use 8 wire strand pins, a feature we call 8P8C (eight position and eight contact), to interface with other devices.Internet Speed
Once you have connected Cat 6 RJ 45 8P8C Ethernet cables, be prepared for huge improvements in your Internet download and upload speeds. To transport Internet signals, Cat 6 Ethernet cables use four pairs of copper wire, a noticeable jump from the Cat 5 generation of Ethernet cables. When you use them within the house, Cat 6 Ethernet cables can accommodate Internet speeds of up to 10 GB per second.Versatility
With your size options ranging from 1 to 4 foot cat 6 Ethernet cables to more than 25 foot cat 6 Ethernet cables, there’s no limit to your local area network. Able to bend around small corners and spooled when you're not using it, Cat 6 Ethernet cables are perfect for upgrading the IT capabilities of small houses and businesses.Modern Capabilities
As Internet broadband speeds increase, Cat 6 RJ 45 8P8C Ethernet cables are becoming more and more useful, ensuring that you can take advantage of the higher transfer speeds available on your network. Although it’s important to use modern routers and interface cards in your network, Cat 6 Ethernet cables are compatible with previous generations of network architecture, ensuring that your network will be up and running in no time.Reliability
Because of their improved 8P8C connectivity and signaling, Cat 6 Ethernet cables are able to handle increased bandwidth without the users noticing any slowdown in Internet speed. Moreover, Cat 6 Ethernet cables transport signals with a frequency of 250 MHz, leading to improved responsiveness during peak usage.