Cat 5e Plenum Cable
Cat5e Patch Cords
Cat6 Patch Cords
Fiber Optic Patch Cords
Fiber Optic Cabling
Cat 3 Cabling
Category 3 cable is commonly called Cat 3. It is an unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cable designed to carry data up to 10 Mbit/s, with a possible bandwidth of 16 MHz. Cat3 is typically only used in environments where existing Cat3 cabling exists, as it is now considered an obsolete standard.
Cat 5e Cabling
CAT 5e Cabling Category 5 cable, commonly known as Cat 5, includes four twisted pairs of wires in a single cable jacket. It’s an unshielded twisted pair cable, or UTP designed for extremely high signal integrity. In 2001, when the TIA/EIA-568-B standard was introduced, the CAT 5 cabling specification was made obsolete and superseded by the category 5e specification.Cat5e is the most common used cable used today for voice and data networks. It offers the superior speed and performance needed by most environments, and has an outstanding track record of supporting VOIP or Voice over Internet Protocol without cross talk. It’s most commonly used for 100Mbit/s networks, although IEEE 802.3ab has defined a standard for 1000BASE-T – gigabit Ethernet over category 5 cable.
Cat 6 Cabling
Cat 6- Category – 6, (ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-B.2-1) The Category 6 cable contains four twisted copper wire pairs and is the cable standard for Gigabit Ethernet and other network protocols and is backward compatible with both the Category 5/5e and the Category 3 cable standards. The Category 6 or CAT6 cable standard is suitable for all 10BASE-T / 100BASE-TX and all 1000BASE-T (Gigabit Ethernet) connections, and it provides outstanding performance up to 250 MHz.Cat6 is normally terminated in an RJ-45 connector when used as a patch cord or patch cable. As with all cables defined by TIA/EIA-568-B, the maximum allowed length of a Cat6 cable run is 90 meters in order to insure maximum performance. A complete channel (includes horizontal cable plus cords on either end) is permitted to be up to 100 meters in length, depending upon the ratio of cord length/horizontal cable length.
Fiber Optic Cabling
Fiber Optic cabling provides a far greater bandwidth than standard copper wiring and is commonly used for backbone connections between local networking equipment. It is increasingly becoming the preferred choice for both top quality and highly reliable analog and digital communications. Although the higher cost can be prohibitive for standard desktop applications, fiber optic cabling provides a high security link with immunity from EMI (electromagnetic interference).It is now also the standard solution for inter-building links, inter-network links, and other connections that extend beyond the maximum 90 meters for Category 5e and Category 6 copper cabling.All types of fiber optic cabling systems are offered, and all cables are internal and externally graded. Call us for all fiber optic installations, fiber optic repair, fiber optic troubleshooting, and fiber optic certification.
We also offer Coaxial Cabling for applications such as video surveillance, backbone installation, and more.
Additional Cabling Items:
In addition to the above cabling applications, we also offer wireless infrastructure cabling, server room cabling, voice cabling, data cabling, video cabling, surveillance camera cabling, phone system cabling, MDF and IDF cleanup and labeling, network certification, and all types of data network cabling. Let us know how we can assist you today!