HP C7535A 2.1m / 7ft CAT5 RJ45 M/M Ethernet Cable: As network and telecommunication applications become more complex, increased data transport is required to accommodate fast data transfer speeds. CAT 5 is typically used in Local Area Networks (LAN) and premise cabling. CAT 5e cabling typically connects PCs, servers, and networked printers to network infrastructure switches. CAT 5e cabling is an enhanced version of CAT 5 cabling. The main difference between CAT 5 and CAT 5e cabling is the specifications. The amended specifications provide full-duplex Fast Ethernet cabling. CAT 5e uses better insulation to improve attenuation and crosstalk performance. An additional plastic rib has been placed in the center of CAT 5e cabling to reduce crosstalk. A twist internal to the jack prevents untwisting and crosstalk to other wire pairs.
Cat5e: Faster with Less Interference
Category 5 enhanced cabling, also known as Cat5e, is an improvement on Cat5 cabling. It was made to support 1000 Mbps “gigabit” speeds, so in theory, it’s faster than Cat5. It it also cuts down on crosstalk, the interference you can sometimes get between wires inside the cable. Both of these improvements mean you’re more likely to get fast, reliable speed out of Cat5e cabling compared to Cat5
|Speed||Can carry speeds up to 1G bits per second|
|Distance||HP cables support distances up to 50 ft|
|Price||CAT 5e cabling is lowest cost connection|
|Reliable||The most implemented and proven|
|Noise||Twisted pair cabling provides less noise|
CAT 5e cable, RJ45 to RJ45, M/M 2.1m (7ft) (C7535A)
HP CAT5e Networking and Telecom Connectivity Cable
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