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Elite Cat7A CMR cable is ready to boost your network speed. This Cat7A cable is riser rated or also known as in wall rated making it the perfect choice for installations inside the walls and placed in between the flooring. This augmented versions of Cat 7 cable is double shielded and its jacket is flame retardant pvc giving you extra protection against increase temperatures after installation. The performance you get from this cable is high-speeds of 1000 MHz making it suitable for long runs of 10GBASE-T. Look no further as this top of the line cable will be your perfect solution for Ethernet, ATM, broadband video and PoE applications.
|Cable O.D.||8.0 ± 0.2 mm|
|Conductor||Solid, Pure Copper|
|Conductor O.D.||1.45 ± 0.02 mm|
|Installation Temp||0°C to 60°C|
|Bending Radius||4 X Overall Diameter|
|PoE||IEEE 802.3af,at,bt | PoE, PoE+, PoE++|
|Applications||1000 Base-T. 1000 Base-TX, 10GBaseT and Legacy Speeds|
|Fluke Test Report||Download|
Infinity Cable Products prides itself on offering the highest quality products possible. Out Cat7A CMR cable is tried and tested to ensure performance and compatibility.
Q: What layers of shielding are on this cable?
A: Our Cat7A riser is S/FTP which has each individual pair wrapped in metal foil and in addition an overall braid wrapped around each
Q: Can Cat7A be terminated with RJ45's
Q: When should you used shielded cable?
A: Shielded cable is perfect for areas with EMI (Electromagnetic Interference). This is common in doctors & dentist offices, business, areas around cell towers and power lines. You can learn more here: what is shielded ethernet cable?
Q: How does the packaging come for different sizes?
A: Our 1000ft and 500ft size comes on a strong wooden reel and our 250ft comes plastic wrapped for shorter runs.
Q: When should you use riser cable?
A: Riser (CMR) rated cable is suitable for installations in walls, risers, and beneath flooring in non plenum spaces. It has a higher fire retardant than general use (CM) cable making it safe to put in the walls. Learn more here: What is riser cable?