Network Cable Cat5e Indoor(305m). Since 2001, the variant commonly in use is the Category 5e specification (Cat 5e). The cable standard provides performance of up to 100 MHz and is suitable for most varieties of Ethernet over twisted pair up to 1000BASE-T (Gigabit Ethernet). Cat 5e is also used to carry other signals such as telephony and video.
Cat5e internet cable supports Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, and Gigabit Ethernet speed while Cat5 cable speed just supports the former two. CAT5e cable patch is completely backwards compatible, and can be used in any application in which you would normally use CAT 5 cable.
Category 5 (Cat-5) and Category 5 enhanced (Cat-5e) are actually basically the same. Nothing changed physically in the cable itself. Instead, Cat-5e cables are tested more stringently to ensure less crosstalk (electrical interference)
This Economy cable is a very cost effective option when doing cable installations with short runs (we do not recommend exceeding cable runs longer then 50m).
The Economy cable is great for installations on a budget where only data connectivity is required, and is not recommended for any Power over Ethernet (PoE) applications. Comes a generic wooden drum as a roll, and has a 0.50mm CCA conductor core.
An additional drain wire provides the ability to ground outdoor networking equipment, reducing risk of damage to the hardware as a result of ESD or storm activity. The cable also features a black UV-Shielded outer sheathe for better protection against outdoor environments.
305m box of UltraLAN CAT5e Installer Series solid-core Ethernet cable suitable for high performance networking installations.
The new Installer Series Cabling features the same quality and reliability from UltraLAN, now designed especially for networking professionals and available at unbeatable prices!
UltraLAN cable is ideal for high capacity traffic networks, provides better power conduction, and is more resilient.
… Given that the maximum length of cable you can run (per the Ethernet spec) is 300 ft, the cable length could never cause more than 300 ns of delay due to the cable!