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Cat7 Ethernet Cable Supports Gigabit 1000 BASE-T; 100 BASE-T; 10 BASE-T. Meets or exceeds Category 7 performance in compliance with the TIA/EIA 568-C.2 standard; High bandwidth of up to 600 MHz, guarantees high-speed data transfer for online gaming and online high definition video streaming, server applications, cloud computing, video surveillance.
Compatible with Cat5 / Cat5e / Cat6 / Cat6A / Cat7, provides universal connectivity for Xbox One, Xbox 360, modems, PS3, PS4, PS5 computer, laptop, networking switch, Hubs, routers, printers, ADSL, NAS, VoIP phones and more.Upload amp; Download Speed - Support Bandwidth Up To 600MHz amp; Transmitting data at speeds of up to 10Gbps ,Connect To LAN/WAN Segments And Networking Gear At Maximum Speeds.
The improved PVC provides better protection against EMI/RFI Interference, extremely low signal attenuation for long distance transmission and high resistance to external interference, for indoor conditions.
Cat7 ethernet cable shielded (SFTP) is made of high pure oxygen-free bare copper with two RJ45 connectors on each end with better quality in twisting of the wires. It provides better protection from crosstalk, noise, and interference that can degrade the signal quality.
Reliable, efficient data transfer for server applications, cloud storage, consoles, games, video streaming and more
You’ve seen the Cat5e and Cat6 and Cat6a designations
If you work in more powerful internet settings you should consider a Cat7 Ethernet Cable
The general rule is that a higher number is a newer technology and can support higher data rates.
Cat5 operates at 100 MHz and can transfer data at speeds up to 1000 Mbps.
Cat6 works at 250 MHz and can get up to 1 Gbps.
Cat7 ups the ante substantially with 600 MHz and 10 Gbps rates.
Cables Direct Online Cat7 Internet Patch Cables
Astonishing speed and accuracy!
Cables Direct Online Cat 7 is once more one step ahead by providing a future proof cable, support bandwidth up to 600MHz amp; transmitting data at speeds of up to 10Gbps. Perfect connect to LAN/WAN segments and networking gear at maximum speeds!
It is used beneficially in TCP/IP and UDP applications where bit-correct, jitters-free data transmissions is critical, e.g. 4K and 8K video streaming, high quality music streaming (e.g. 32 bits @ lt; 700 kHz for some downloadable music and in-studio applications), gaming and data centers, and in-building installations such as hotels, conference facilities, among others.
Backwards Compatible with Cat5 / Cat5e / Cat6 cables and provides universal connectivity for XBOX One, XBOX 360, XBOX Series X modems, PS4 amp; PS5, computer, laptop, networking switch, Hubs, routers, printers, ADSL, NAS, VoIP phones and more.
Bandwidth up to 600MHz amp; transmitting data at speeds of up to 10Gbps
RJ45 connectors offer universal connectivity to computers and other network devices
Made of 4 Shielded Foiled Twisted Pairs (SFTP) of copper wires
Environmental PVC Jacket
24K Gold-plated RJ45 Connectors (8P8C)
26 AWG Stranded 100% Oxygen-Free Copper Conductors
S/FTP (Shielded Foiled Twisted Pair)
Cheap Factory Shop Cables Direct Online 50FT S/FTP CAT7 Gold Plated Shielded Ethern Christmas Pjs Family Set Long Sleeve Holiday Nightwear Printed 4 Lowest Possible Price Christmas Pjs Family Set Long Sleeve Holiday Nightwear Printed 4 Best Online Selection I did not get what I paid for. I did NOT get Cat 7 with the ground wire and shielded gold plated ends that I ordered. I got what looks like Cat 5 labeled as Cat 6. It does have the center nylon spacer as most Cat 6 and some Cat 5 have. But, the wire twists are a loose Cat 5 level, not Cat 6. The terminals are standard RJ-45, NOT shielded. The copper strands are #26 or #28 in my judgement (I did not measure them but I've made lots of patch cables so know my wire).Unfortunately I did the long attic crawl and fished the cable down two walls before noticing that I was stringing Cat 6 (or Cat 5 labeled as Cat 6 and definitely not Cat 7) (there was minimal labeling on the cable but what there was said Cat 6). I wanted future-proofing with Cat 7, but hopefully will get my current 100 Mbit/s requirement with 75 feet of this cheesy cable.UPDATE:I've since tested the cable I received .... I get only about 1/3 Gigabit/s.Purchased to connect my security system to a WIFI module. My bad for not checking it out first and trusting that CAT cable should be plug-and-play, but I drilled holes that ended up through my drywall, dropped tools into my wall trying to get this cable, ran it all the way down through my attic to get it to my security panel. Only it won't work. I spent hours trying to figure out what I was doing wrong installing my module and security system, then finally tested the cable out on a device that I know works. And the cable's a dud. Because I purchased at the end of Feb to prepare for installation that I couldn't do until now, I also can't return this piece of useless trash. I can't say I recommend purchasing... Purchased from cablesdirectonline.It's already in the trash can. I wish I had tested this thing before I put it in storage for my future project. On my Cisco SG200-26 Switch it was only able to run at 100mb/s. On a Luxul AWS 2426p Switch, it ran at 100mb/s. On Several SOHO routers it ran at 100Mb/s, BUT on a Luxul Epic 5 router it was able to detect 1Gb/s but was giving a bandwidth of 600ish. I opened Wireshark to see what was going on and saw an incredible amount of crosstalk and flat out dropped frames.I opened the cable up to find out that it wasn't shielded properly, and ripping the RJ45 connectors off reveals that the ends aren't grounded. This is a knock-off CAT7 and I warn against purchasing from this company if this is their practice. Which seems like it may be the case given all of the ratings. Amazon really needs to not lump product reviews for different products to show up for the same vendor or however that works.I bought the 100ft black round cat7 cable. If I could have returned it I would.I just bought this for work reasons as the distance from the modem to my workspace is quite distant and this blasted thing has done nothing but jump up and down in Ping. What normally is 45 ping on WiFi is now 1109 on This Ethernet. Ethernet is supposed to typically be better and more stable than WiFi. I don’t know if I bought a faulty Ethernet but I am VERY displeased with the 20$ I spent on this.Not sure what makes a wire CAT7 or not, but I'm pretty sure this cable has 24AWG. It is nicely shielded, but we were trying to make the cable work with a pair of HDMI over CAT7 modules. The modules were rated for 196'. We cut it down to 165' which was about the minimum distance we had to run and the modules would still not work, although they worked with at 25' length of the same cable.We had purchased some CAT7 shielded ends, but this wire is so thin that we only managed 1 good crimp of 7 attempts. The Cat-7 ends seemed to be expecting 23AWG or 22AWG. This cable fit easily into standard cat-5 RJ45 ends, so it is on the thin side.In my opinion this cable is crap, with little to no shielding! The photos are made to make this cable look more robust that is actually is. I'm guessing somewhere in the 28 to 30 gauge range which for a 200 foot run is quite disappointing.I actually didn't even bother to try it out (I'm sure it worked) as the quality put me off so much that I made my decision before hand ... even the sheathing feels cheap (you can actually feel the twisted pairs in you fingers through the sheathing which gives me doubt that there is any shielding at all!!). I definitely have no use for this product in my network. I'll stick with one of their competitors product which has 10 times the quality for a similar price!The thin cable in the photo comparison is this product in relation to a competitor ( the thick and robust cable) for a very similar price. You can actually feel the shielding through the sheathing of the competitors cable.We were trying to overcome deficiencies in the poor performance from Cox. Even though we’re paying for high speed internet from Cox, and our TV is only about 15 feet from the fancy new modem and router we also pay for from Cox, when trying to stream from Amazon or Netflix we would experience multiple interruptions and sometimes we couldn’t connect at all. We had a Cox technition out (something else we pay for from Cox) and although he could see the speed was slower than it should be, he couldn’t find a cause. He left saying something about having it checked out on their end. It actually worked better for a couple days but then got so bad it couldn’t even download something we were trying to watch. We gave up and bought the cable that is the subject of this review and used it to hardwire from the modem/router to the TC. All works much better now.Do not buy this junk if youre planning on getting 1 gig speeds. The cable is bad . At 50ft the netgear managed switch utility complaints sbiut cable fault. So due to that you will never get 1 gig speeds. This junk says its cat7 but probably not even a good cat6. It wasted a lot of my time figuring out Why it wouldn’t work and give one gig speeds and after so many trials than using the Netgear utility It tested as cable fault. used a different cable everything was fine. In general if you’re planning to get 50 foot ethernet cables make sure they are extremely high-quality from reputable brands because of that length one gig speeds are an issue we exist to enable economic opportunity for individuals, entrepreneurs, businesses and organizations of all sizes.