A CMP-rated outer jacket is the specialty of Cat6 Plenum Pure Copper cable 1000ft. It has the highest grade for the Ethernet jacket and has outstanding crosstalk and EMI characteristics. The jacket is also UV and sunlight-resistant, and it was created particularly for use in plenum sections of buildings. The CMP-rated jacket halts the spread of fire and produces no toxicity (such as smoke or gases when burning).

Plenum cables can also be used in riser and outdoor places due to their great qualities. Some great qualities of Cat6 plenum cable are as:

Bandwidth and Data Transfer Speed: –

Cat6 Plenum Cable provides maximum data transmission speeds of 10Gbps over a distance of 50 meters (164 feet). And minimum data transfer rates of 1Gbps up to a distance of 100 meters (328 feet).

Although the bandwidth capacity of this Ethernet cable is fixed at 350 MHz by TIA/EIA standards, we provide Bulk Cat6 Cables with a 550 MHz augmented or improved bandwidth capacity. This bandwidth capacity is nearly double that of industry norms.

Cat6 Plenum Cable with Different Conductor Wires: –

There are two types of conductors in Ethernet cables: pure copper and copper-clad aluminum. The attenuation characteristics of pure copper conductors are good. It implies that the pure copper conductors avoid signal loss and ensure that your link remains strong and stable.

Pure copper conductors also have significantly lower DC resistance. As a result, pure copper conductors convert more energy into signals than do heat conductors. Cat6 Plenum 1000ft pure copper cables are substantially more costly than CCA cables due to the aforementioned qualities.

To reduce crosstalk and neutralize EMI, Ethernet cables typically feature eight conductors tightly packaged together in four twisted pairs.

Cat6 Plenum Cable with Shielded and Unshielded Conductor Wires: –

Cat6 Plenum cable and shielded Ethernet cable feature an added layer of protection against crosstalk and EMI (STP). Foil sheets or sheets wrapped around all or individual twisted pairs add an extra layer or layers of protection to these wires. Unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cables are those that do not have an additional layer of protection. UTP cables are substantially less expensive than STP cables.

Crosstalk and EMI are more of a problem in severe locations, hence STP Ethernet cables are the best option to use there. UTP Ethernet cables, on the other hand, are best to use in areas where EMI and crosstalk are not an issue.

Certifications: –

There are two sorts of certifications for Cat6 plenum cable: UL and ETL. These two certifications are mostly concerned with safety requirements. Underwriters Laboratories stands for Underwriters Laboratories, and its safety requirements are the strictest in the United States. Unlike UL, ETL does not create its own standards; instead, it follows UL’s.

High-Performance against Interference: –

Cat6 plenum cable works efficiently against interference factors like crosstalk and EMI. It enhances the performance of the cable to a great extent. It becomes a reliable source of transferring signals from one point to another.

Ethernet cables with these certifications are reliable and stable. they are thoroughly testing to check their performance levels and ensure that they meet all safety requirements.