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Cat 7 Ethernet Cables (RJ-45/8P8C)

Just about everyone working in computer or information technology, including home computer users, has heard of Cat 5 or Ethernet cables. Contractors and other professionals probably know about Cat 6 lines, too, and their different standards of application. Cat 7 is yet another step up, designed for use in densely-populated commercial and office spaces, like a university campus. When you start talking heavy-duty, you’re talking Cat 7.

Durable

Ethernet cables have become a basic building block of modern technological society. Everywhere you go, you’ll find those recognizable, usually blue lines connecting computers to servers and servers to the broader web. Cat 7 cables are workhouses, meant to carry the traffic of entire buildings and even whole complexes of buildings, all running at the same time. Built to a sturdier standard, Cat 7 functions well even under pressure from hundreds of demanding connection requests.

Reliable

The individually shielded pairs of Cat 7 suffer less disruption than the regular braided wire pairs of Cat 6 and Cat 5 cables. A network that relies on Cat 7 might be technological overkill for a private residence, but it’s a must for the bigger workload of a college campus or office building. Using Cat 7 means less maintenance on your cables and fewer replacements due to degradation, over time, so you can feel secure in your LAN reliability.

Flexible

You don't need anything special for Cat 7 cables. Wherever Cat 5 or Cat 6 network cables and adapters can go, Cat 7 can go, as well. You can use most of the same crimping and termination tools, so you can expand your systems without branching into a whole new skillset. If you can manufacture a working Cat 5 line, then you can use and install Cat 7, too!

Powerful

Certified for 10+ Gigabit Ethernet and 600 MHz transmission frequencies, Cat 7 has what it takes to shoulder the load of a massive communications system. If you’ve got a big networking job in front of you, then you want the strength of Cat 7 cable to ensure smooth connections and shorter wait times.

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