Cat6a Cables - Yellow
Cat6A Ethernet Cable has been around for years but still causing some confusion, so what are the differences between cat6 vs cat6a? Well a CAT6A Ethernet Cable is made under tighter tolerances than Cat6. What this means is that the copper wires it’s made of are twisted tighter, this enables better data integrity which allows it to pass a faster signal at longer lengths. Cat6A is rated at 500MHz which can deliver 10 Gigabits per second while standard Cat6 is rated for is 250 MHz which while still capable 10Gbps it rarely does when there is crosstalk (other electrical interference) or if the cable very long. Here we offer a variety of yellow CAT6A patch cables to choose from, of course you can use the menu above to find other colors as well.