A LAN Cable (Patch Cable) is an electrical cable used to connect ("patch in") one electronic device to another for signal routing. Most of the cable homeowner's use is called "patch" cable because it's flexible and has flexible strands of wiring inside.
Ethernet patch cables are used to those building home computer networks and also to travelers who need wired access to Internet connections such as those provided in hotel rooms. They are normally manufactured using stranded rather than solids heating in order to give them pliability that reduces the risk of breakage when unplugging or carrying them.
This kind of cable use bare copper to be the conduction, PE is adapted to be the dielectric. The jacket is made of fireproof material, which is so meaningful to the Cat5e, Cat6, Cat6A communication. Besides, LSZH(Low Smoke Zero Halogen) is also an option, which is the symbol of environmental protection.
Cat5e, Cat6, Cat6A patch cables used for Power Over Ethernet applications(POE), Networking, Ethernet cabling and more.
Shielded(FTP) kind of cable adopts AL foil to be the shield and fireproof material to be the jacket. Besides, the “+” type inner frame set in the center is good for keeping balance and ensure NEXT capacity and reasonable minimum bend radius, which are so important for the Cat.5e/Cat.6 communication.
Our Copper Patch Cable conforms to the ISO/IEC, TIA/EIA and EN standards and the electrical characteristics are exceed the latest standards.