StarTech.com CAT6A 500MHz STP Snagless Patch Cable, Gray, 5ft

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  • 34100270
  • C6ASPAT5GR
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$12.95
  • Deliver high-performance 10 Gigabit network connections
  • Eliminate noise and EMI/RFI interference
  • Eliminate cable snags with Snagless RJ45 connectors
  • Connect servers to a Storage Area Network (SAN)
  • 25 AWG 5ft Cable
  • Warranty: Lifetime
  • Patch
  • RJ-45 connector(s)
  • Shielded twisted pair (STP)
  • 5.00ft
  • Complies with RoHS Standards
  • Warranty: Lifetime
This Cat6a cable meets or exceeds all Category 6a cable specifications to ensure reliable 10Gb network connections. The cable is shielded to protect your network against electromagnetic interference (EMI/RFI) and system noise, providing the perfect solution for fast and safe network connections.

This 5-foot gray patch cable is perfect for standard applications such as connecting from a wall jack to your laptop docking station or desktop computer.

For easier network installations, the Cat6a patch cables are available in a wide variety of lengths and colors. This ensures you have the right size of cable available when you need it and it lets you color code your connections for a more organized setup.

Each cable is tested for up to 500MHz frequency and is more than suitable for 10GBase-T Ethernet networks.

Constructed with 100% copper and foil-shielded, twisted-pair wiring, this cable was built for quality performance. The cable is designed to keep the data signals traveling through your network free from interference and is perfect in environments that are prone to large amounts of EMI.

The 50-micron gold connectors deliver optimum conductivity and eliminate signal loss due to oxidation or corrosion.

For trouble-free cable runs, this durable cable features snagless connectors that protect the RJ45 clips during installation, making them less likely to snag or break.

The cable also features molded boots which offer connector strain relief by stopping the RJ45 connector termination points from bending at sharp angles. This reduces the risk of damage to the cable, which could decrease network connectivity and performance.