|Item model number||0877083042452|
|Item Weight||9.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 4 x 5 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||5 x 4 x 5 inches|
C&E Cat5e Ethernet Patch Cable, Snagless/Molded Boot 50 Feet Blue, 877083042452
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- High Performance RJ45 Ethernet Patch Cable provides universal connectivity for LAN network components such as PCs, computer servers, printers, routers, switch boxes, network media players, NAS, VoIP phones, PoE devices, and more
- Future-proof your network for 10-Gigabit Ethernet (backwards compatible with any existing Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet); Meets or exceeds performance in compliance with the TIA/EIA 568-C.2 standard
- The connectors with gold-plated contacts, molded strain-relief boots, and snagless molds resist corrosion, provide durability, and ensure a secure connection; Bare copper conductors enhance cable performance and comply with UL 444 specifications for communications cables
- Flexible and durable cable with high bandwidth of up to 350 Mhz (CAT5E) guarantees high-speed data transfer for server applications, cloud computing, video surveillance, and online high definition video streaming
- Minimal noise and interference, due to its 4-pair of unshielded twisted copper strands and tough, yet flexible PVC jacket. A heavy duty, snag-less molding makes installation and cable handling effortless.
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The C&E Cat5e Moleded Boot Snagless Network Patch Cable offers universal connectivity to computers and network components, such as routers, switch boxes, network printers, network attached storage (NAS) devices, VoIP phones, and PoE devices. C&E patch cables are available in various different colors and in various lengths ranging from 1 foot to 200 feet. Color-code, customize, and organize your home or office network with our highly rated network cables.
• Connects network components in a wired LAN at data transmission speeds up to 1 Gbps.
• 26 AWG cable exceeds TIA/EIA standards & 350 MHz bandwidth (CAT5E).
• 50-micron male RJ45 connectors per end, with corrosion-resistant gold-plating.
• 4PR UTP copper strands for minimal noise, interference & crosstalk.
• Tough, yet flexible PVC jacket & heavy-duty, snag-less mold.
Built for Future-Proof Speed and Reliable Connectivity:
This cable provides exceptional transmission performance and low signal losses. It supports up to 350 Mhz (cat5e) is suitable for Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, and 10-Gigabit Ethernet. All C&E cables are made of 100% bare copper wire as opposed to copper clad aluminum (CCA) wire, therefore fully compliant with UL Code 444, which requires pure bare copper wire in communications cables. Our patch and bulk cables are used by data centers around the world.
• Cable Type:CAT5E 4-Pair UTP.
• Outside Diameter: 5.8 ± 0.3 mm (0.23 ± 0.01 inch).
• Connector Type: RJ45.
• Conductor Material: 100% Bare Copper.
• Contact Plating: 50 Micron Gold Plated.
• Conductor Gauge: 26 AWG.
• Cable Performance:Up to 350 Mhz (Cat5E).
• Cable Structure: Stranded.
• UL Listed, TIA/EIA 568-C.2 Verified, RoHS Compliant.
• Power over Ethernet (PoE) and Voice over IP (VoIP) Compliant.
Top customer reviews
I used it to connect my xbox to the router, once upon a time I had a wifi adapter and it was not until the contractors left that I realized the adapter was broken when it was stuffed into something else. I went on Amazon and several other site to buy the adapter, but I am not paying prices that are being charged now for this "collector" item. Some of us old school people still have the 360 and enjoy it.
I had to run this cable through my bedroom floor under my house (my bedroom sits on only way I can describe it is stilts approx 14 to 20 foot off the ground) then through the foundation, the basement rafters under the kitchen, nook, my office space and up through a cold air vent to get to the router. Perfect length with about a foot of give way. It is hidden, no one will trip over it and my xbox works. If you are looking for an inexpensive quality product I suggest you take a good look at this before purchasing something at a higher cost. This compares to the one I spent nearly 35 dollars for at a major retailer in town. I have pushed, stretched, and poked it through cinder block, hardwood floors, and carpet not to mention the sheet metal of the vent. I am getting good speed, excellent connection and this product is pretty sturdy to me, a couple nicks in the outer sheath but it went through a great deal to get where I needed it.
I absolutely detest the plug in. The mechanism that releases it from the electronic plug in is beneath the wire coating (the blue plastic) and is VERY HARD to get out. In works great, had a TERRIBLE time getting it out of my tv and my modem. I broke a nail, and jogged my new tv around really well to boot. I actually went back to the modem to figure out what I was doing wrong. Nothing, apparently, my husband found it no easier. I don't know why it doesn't just have the usual plastic release to push in as you pull it out...though it may, it's just BURIED under the cable covering!
I gave 2 stars because the cable itself worked fine. I got it because my new Vizio tv doesn't like to connect to the internet more htan a couple feet away from the modem. Since that isn't an option (nothing like wheeling a 50" tv into the hall and watching it there!) I opted to connect and disconnect this when necessary. If I could do it over again, I'd find a different cable.
The casing around these cables was very loose; there did not appear to be any sort of insulation, or whatever else makes normal ethernet cable so dense and bulky... If it worked, it would have been kind of nice actually that they were so flexible; I have to deploy ethernet lines in temporary installations, and these cables counter-coiled much more neatly than most ethernet cable I have worked with. But, again, they don't work, so that point is moot.
Put the old cable back in place and threw this one in a corner. Could be I was unlucky and got a bad cable.......
DO NOT BUY THIS CABLE- THIS IS A CAT5 CABLE, AND A BAD ONE AT THAT.
Seriously, completely misrepresented. This cable is 100% a cat5 cable. Link will not negotiate to 1000mb/s. It will link to 100mb/s and get actual throughput of about 20/20 mb/s. So it is bad even for a cat5 cable. Tested with multiple devices with the exact same results. Tested known working cat5e cable, and I can get 1000mb/Full and get my full circuit speed of 300/20.
Seriously, DO NOT BUY this product if you are lookign for a cat5e cable.
-haven't tested throughput but no games lag
-feels thinly made
-I placed the cable and haven't moved it since so I don't know how it would handle constant moving