Network Cable(Cat 5)100m Outdoor Shielded UV. Structured cabling is a telecommunications cabling infrastructure that is composed of several structured elements that follow International network cabling standards. The standards specify the layout of the wiring for data centres, offices and buildings for data or voice communications. Various kinds of cables are used but most common are the category 5e (CAT-5e), category 6 (CAT-6) and fibre optic cabling and modular connectors. Depending on the typology, a series of patch panels and trunks are used to create a structure that allows for hardware ports to be connected to a patch panel at the top of the rack.
Structured cabling has many benefits that make it supersede point-to-point cabling in larger networking systems. For example, structured cabling is often much quicker because the MDA (Main Distribution Area) enables MACs (moves, adds and changes) as opposed to running long patch cords from equipment racks. Also, the potential for downtime is reduced because of the organisation, it saves time because port tracing becomes easier and it looks much neater and tidier!
Network Cable(Cat 5)100m Outdoor Shielded UV . Cat5e (Cat5 enhanced) is an enhancement over Cat5, and has superseded Cat5 since 2001. It’s designed to greatly reduce crosstalk. Compared to Cat5, Cat5e is better at keeping signals on different circuits or channels from interfering with each other, and it has higher SNR (Signal to Noise Ratio), smaller delay error, and greater performance. It can handle 1000 Mbps speeds (gigabit Ethernet) at 100 MHz and it’s used for 1000BASE-T.
HIGH SPEED NETWORK CABLES: Indoor – or outdoor waterproof RJ45 cables. UTP (Unshielded Twisted Pair) or FTP (shielded foiled twisted pair) 24 AWG Cat5e CCA patch cable.
Shielded (FTP) cable – useful for environments where proximity to power cables, RF equipment, or high power equipment may introduce cross talk, and it is great for areas where electromagnetic interference may occur.
* HIGH SPEED CABLE: Category 5e Rated Gigabit Ethernet performance, and 550 MHz bandwidth capacity. Future-proof your network for 10-Gigabit BASE-T Ethernet (with backwards compatibility to lower cabling 10/100/1000 Ethernet.)
* CONNECTIVITY: Cat5e patch cable connects all the hardware destinations on a Gigabit Local Area Network (LAN), such as PCs, computer servers, printers, routers, switch boxes, network media players, NAS, VoIP and IP video phones, PoE devices, and more. guarantees high-speed data transfer for server applications, cloud storage, video chatting, online high definition video streaming, and online gaming.