|Item model number||A3L791-07-PNK-S|
|Item Weight||2.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.3 x 4.1 x 0.9 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||6.3 x 4.1 x 0.9 inches|
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Belkin A3L791-07-PNK-S 7Feet 10/100BT CAT5 Patch Cable
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- • Premium snagless-type moldings to protect the connection
- • 50 micron gold plated connectors to ensure a clean and clear transmission
- • Internal load bar assures accurate positioning of pairs and consistent high performance
- • Category 5 enhanced for fast and reliable transmission
- • PowerSum tested
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|Item Dimensions||4.1 x 6.3 x 0.9 in||0.5 x 168 x 0.5 in||—||3.9 x 6.3 x 0.9 in||6.75 x 9 x 0.75 in||5 x 5 x 1.2 in|
What is a Category 5e patch cable? Think of it as the street that links the house on your block and all the destinations in town. In actuality, it's a cable used to connect all the hardware destinations in a Local Area Network (LAN). The RJ45 Cat 5e patch is perfect for use with 10/100 Base -T networks. PRODUCT FEATURES: Exceeds the performance requirement of Category 5e; Perfect in conjunction with 10 and 100 Base -T networks; 50-micron gold plated connectors to insure a clean and clear transmission; Premium snagless-type moldings to protect the connection; PowerSum tested.
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The worst thing you can do to any electronic cable is kink it, bend it sharply, put a crimp in it. But my 7 footers, shown on Amazon in an appropriately nicely formed loop, all arrived in a tight wad with sharp bends every 3 1/2 to 4 1/5 inches along the entire length, and then tightly bound in the middle with a wire tie. Each kink even created a discolored joint on the cable jacket. Cables don't like sharp bends (mine have 17 tight bends along a 7' cable), those kinks make cables hard to string and route along small spaces, they make a rat's nest behind my comm gear, and they jeopardize the integrity of the cable.
C'mon Belkin, your "Pro Series" packaging is a silly gimmick, because at a thrifty $2.50 per cable, I'm betting dollars to donuts there's nothing special about your cables, no rare metals, no exotic coatings, no braided stainless shielding... it's a generic Ethernet cable. Nothing more, nothing less. Kindly treat it as such. Treat them kindly and fore go the glitzy packaging.
Meanwhile, my 15' cables from Mediabridge happily arrived in a simple cardboard box, in a neat 5" diameter coil. No kinks, no sharp bends. I try to order from Mediabridge when possible because they seem to know how to package and deliver cables that work out of the box, no fancy packaging, no rocket science, no need to hang a cable for a week to work out the kinks, just a sound cable. Unfortunately, they did not have 7-footers when I needed them. So I went with Belkin, after all it's just a cable. Next time I'll wait for Mediabridge to re-stock.
These cables are great, they are high quality, and have sturdy connectors. They are gigabit cables.
I stream 1080p .mkv files from my laptop to my Xbox 360 via Windows Media Center, wireless N does not cut it, but these cables do the job.
Even though I doubt I will need speeds over 100mbps, I like having gigabit cables, and I like these cables better than the cheap blue ones on amazon. The cheap blue cables have weak connectors in my experience, and have broken off.
I would definitely recommend this cable.
my Line 6 Spider amp to peddle connection???????????.... Go Figure.
The cable works great, and I don't have to use the 25' cable Line 6 sent me (25 feet?).
I ordered three of these, as every once and a while I need a shorty to run from wall connection to router, or router/wall to computer.
It works great, and I have posted a photo of it, as one reviewer said he got a fake, so this is what it looks like in the package.
Also, the fact that these cables come in multiple colors is GREAT! You can have a different colors for each room (i.e., use blue cables for your office, white for the kitchen, etc.). If you have a problem, it makes it easy, even for your young kid, to trace it back. Internet not working in the kitchen but is just fine in other locations. Check the white cable running from the router - you're using white in the kitchen. Or, if your kid looses Internet privileges to his games and computer, easily know what cable to unplug from the router! Or, if you're needing a specific color to help hide a cable or match a color scheme, it's nice that you're not relegated to just one choice.
Hooks up in a snap and doesn't come out of the plug unless you need it to...... The end plug is made with very good quality.... Thanks for sending it to me the way you did, I received it one day before the promised date...