At present, the domestic gigabit network has been popularized on a large scale, and the former "sold top" 100M CAT5 Ethernet Cables have gradually faded out of people's vision, and they have been replaced by gigabit CAT6 Ethernet Cable to become the entry-level main force of modern cabling. 10 Gigabit CAT6 Ethernet Cable is also the first choice for entry into the era of urban intelligent 5G and the Internet of Everything. They have become the new favorites of wiring in different fields according to the times.
Today we will introduce the entry-level main force of modern cabling CAT6 Ethernet Cable.
CAT6 Ethernet Cable has determined a new performance evaluation index, using 23AWG/0.57mm diameter single-core bare copper as the conductor, using polyethylene polymer material as the insulating medium for the core wire, and flame-retardant polymer material for the outer jacket. Akihabara also provides a variety of high-quality products such as shielding, waterproof, low-smoke, halogen-free and flame-retardant products for different environmental use needs.
The transmission frequency of CAT6 Ethernet Cable is 250Mhz, which is suitable for applications with a transmission rate higher than 1Gbps. In its internal structure, the eight cores are twisted in 4 pairs of transmission lines of different colors. In addition, there is a special The insulated cross frame isolates four pairs of twisted-pair wires.
The transmission rate of CAT6 Ethernet Cable can provide a high-speed bandwidth 2.5 times higher than that of Category 5e. Although the maximum transmission rate of Cat 5 Ethernet Cable can reach 1000Mbps, the standard used by Category 5e systems to transmit gigabit networks is 1000Base-T. 1000Base-Tx is the way that Category 6 systems work. From this point of view, Category 5 systems only "can" support Gigabit Ethernet, while Category 6 systems are "really guaranteed" to use Gigabit Ethernet.
As the infrastructure of network construction, the function of the wiring system is very important. According to statistics, network failures caused by poor wiring systems account for 70% of the failures. Therefore, a true Category 6 system should meet the performance requirements of Category 6 from connectors, cables to links and channels, including modules, patch panels, jumpers and cables, etc., in order to make your network reach best effect.