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CAT7 Cables

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A Category 7 cable, CAT7 for short, is used for Ethernet cabling. CAT7 cable can run up to 600MHz, making them a lot faster than CAT6 or CAT5 cables. CAT7 cable is known  best for having shielded twisted pairs, something that prevents noise during transmission. CAT7 is more expensive than its predecessors, but it is more durable, making it more worthwhile in the long run. Because CAT7 has a larger copper core, it makes it more energy efficient and easier to work with. CAT7 are more flexible and expandable, making them great for wiring your homes with. At Infinity Cable Products,...

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CM, CMR, and CMP

CM, CMR, and CMP

CM rated cables are designed for general use. CMR cables, the R standing for riser, is more flame-resistant. These ones are more used to riser applications, hence the name, and are less used for patch cables. This means that they are usually run along bottoms or tops of walls and from the basement to the upper floor, so long as the cable does not need to run through an air duct. CMP represents plenum cables. CMP are used for networking that must be done in air ducts or vents. Typically, CMP are used for offices or homes. For the latter, it...

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The Importance of UL Stickers

The Importance of UL Stickers

First and foremost, UL stands for Underwriters Laboratory. A UL sticker is given to cables and wires that meet certain safety requirements, regulatory codes, and risk compliances. Products can be UL Verified once they have been evaluated for transmission performance so that they can be used in the IT and technology industries. UL Labels do come with specifications on what conditions the attached product should be used in (referring to the different kinds of labels listed above). Back in October 1st, 2010, UL had also come up with the  Holographic UL marks for cables. These were made to prevent counterfeit products...

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