|商品尺寸||12.95 x 9.65 x 5.84 cm; 45.36 克|
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Monoprice 20-feet flexboot 系列24 AWG CAT6 550 MHz UTP 以太网 bare 铜网络连接线灰色 (109786 ) 白色 3ft
- High quality Category 6 (CAT6) patch cables are the solution to your internetworking needs
- Made of 24 AWG pure bare copper wire as opposed to copper clad aluminum (CCA) wire
- Comes with a blazing speed of up to 550MHz you can connect to your LAN/WAN segments
Monoprice Cat6 fixed length network cables are the perfect combination of value and performance. Available in a large assortment of colors and lengths, we have a cable to fit every situation. Each cable is made of 24AWG stranded pure bare copper conductor pairs with 50�m gold plated contacts (short body). Most budget cables skimp with only 10�m. Each cable features color matched, snagless strain relief boots.
Monoprice Cat5e and Cat6 cables are made of 100% pure bare copper wire, as opposed to copper clad aluminum (CCA) wire, and are therefore fully compliant with UL Code 444 and National Electrical Code TIA-568-C.2 fire and safety standards, which require pure bare copper wire in Cat5e and Cat6 communications cables.
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Cable is a good one and very sturdy. Well worth the price.
Amazon shipping sucks. It has gone downhill ever since they switched over to their "Amazon Logistics" crap and no longer ship via USPS, UPS, or FedEx. Deliveries that used to take 5-7 days now take 14-16 days.
So, in conclusion, if you can find this Monoprice cable elsewhere, get it. Even if it's a bit more, it's more than likely going to get to you weeks before you get it through Amazon.
I've had old Cat5 cables weaken and break over time because they are rather flimsy. Better to pay a bit more since the price difference for home use is only a few dollars for short cables (50' or less).
I also like that ethernet cables from Monoprice come in a variety of colors. That makes it easier when connecting several devices to know in the future which one goes where. The rooms in my home that have AV equipment typically need three or four connections, so I just buy an inexpensive switch for each room. (They're around $10 now.) The wires from each switch can be different colors. One for the TV, others for the DVD player, TiVo, AppleTV or whatever.