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Cat6 Snagless RJ45 Ethernet Patch Cable - Beyondtech


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Product Description

    Easy installation

    The Beyondtech’s high-quality, snagless PureGigabit™ Cat6 network patch cable simplify the installation process and reduce the total cost of ownership of your project because they are Plug-&-Play and ready to use.

    Home and Office Network

    Cat6 Ethernet patch cables provides universal connectivity for PC Desktop, laptops (including any Macbook pro) , printers, switches, termination boxes, PoE devices and any LAN network components with RJ45 ports. Also for PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox one, and gaming to hook up to high-speed Internet while playing online games.

    Data center

    Cables cord design makes them easy to insert and remove in high-density data center applications.

    Properly tested

    Each patch cord is individually and rigorously tested and certified to comply with TIA/EIA standards.


    • Cable Type: CAT6 4-Pair UTP
    • Bonded pair cable
    • Connector Type: RJ45
    • Connector Feature: 50u with 120~140 Nickel Barrier Layer and 50~60 gold surface layer
    • Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) wires
    • Conductor Material: 100% Bare Copper
    • Contact Plating: 50 Micron Gold Plated
    • Conductor Gauge: 24 AWG
    • Jacket Material: High-quality PVC
    • Cable Outer Diameter: 5.5±0.2mm
    • Conductor DC Resistance: 89 Ohm/km Min. At 20 °C
    • Insulation Resistance: 100M Ohm/km Min. At 20 °C
    • Dielectric Strength: 500 V/1 minute


    • For additional information please contact your Beyondtech Sales Representative.

    • The Information in this document is correct as of February 20, 2020.