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CAT5E-FTP

FTP (Foiled Twisted Pair) CAT5e is a type of Ethernet cable that consists of four pairs of twisted copper wires enclosed in a thermoplastic sheath, which is then covered by an aluminum foil shield. The foil provides additional protection against electromagnetic interference (EMI) and radio frequency interference (RFI), making it ideal for use in environments where there may be a lot of noise or interference. CAT5e cables are capable of transmitting data at speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second and are commonly used in local area networks (LANs) to connect computers, printers, routers, and other network devices.

Features
·Cat5e F/UTP shielded Patch Cable
·Stranded cable for maximun flexibility
·Meets or exceeds TIA/EIA -568B Category 5e and

 

Conductor:24/26AWG/32AWG copper,CCA,HCCA,8*7*0.12;8*7*0.18;8*7*0.08 etc

Insulation:0.92mm+/-0.06HDPE/PE

Pairs:4pairs

Shield:AL Foil,Braids.

Temperature Range:-20 up to +75°

Conductor Resistance:Max. 9.38 ohm/100m

Resistance Unbalance:Max.2%

  1、What is the difference between CAT5e UTP and FTP?

The main difference between CAT5e UTP (Unshielded Twisted Pair) and FTP (Foiled Twisted Pair) is the way they are shielded.

CAT5e UTP cables do not have any shielding to protect against electromagnetic interference (EMI) or radio frequency interference (RFI). Instead, they rely on the twisted pairs of wires to cancel out any interference. While UTP cables can work well in many environments, they may be more susceptible to EMI and RFI in some situations.

On the other hand, CAT5e FTP cables have an additional layer of protection in the form of an aluminum foil shield that covers all four pairs of twisted copper wires. The foil provides an extra layer of protection against EMI and RFI and makes FTP cables better suited for use in noisy environments or areas where there may be high levels of interference.

  2、What is the difference between CAT5e FTP and CAT6 FTP?

The main difference between CAT5e FTP and CAT6 FTP is their performance capabilities.

CAT6 FTP cables are designed to meet higher performance standards compared to CAT5e FTP cables. CAT6 cables are capable of transmitting data at speeds of up to 10 gigabits per second over distances of up to 55 meters, while CAT5e cables are limited to speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second over similar distances. This makes CAT6 FTP cables better suited for high-bandwidth applications, such as video streaming or large file transfers.

Another difference between CAT5e FTP and CAT6 FTP cables is the frequency with which they operate. CAT6 FTP cables are designed to support frequencies up to 250 MHz, while CAT5e FTP cables are typically rated for frequencies up to 100 MHz. The higher frequency range of CAT6 FTP cables allows for faster data transmission and greater efficiency.

In terms of construction, CAT6 FTP cables may also feature additional internal shielding and insulation to reduce crosstalk and interference between adjacent wires, further improving their performance in high-bandwidth applications.

  3、What speed can FTP Cat5e handle?

FTP Cat5e cables are capable of transmitting data at speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second (Gbps). This makes them suitable for most basic networking applications, including internet browsing, email, and file sharing. In general, Cat5e cables can support Ethernet networks running at up to 1000BASE-T speeds, which require a maximum bandwidth of 1 Gbps. However, it’s important to note that the actual speed that you can achieve with your FTP Cat5e cable will depend on several factors, including the length of the cable, the quality of the cable, and the network devices being used.

  4、What is FTP network cable?

FTP (Foiled Twisted Pair) network cable is a type of Ethernet cable that is designed to protect against electromagnetic interference (EMI) and radio frequency interference (RFI). It consists of four pairs of twisted copper wires enclosed in a thermoplastic sheath, which is then covered by an aluminum foil shield. The foil provides an extra layer of protection against EMI and RFI, making FTP cables more suitable for use in environments with high levels of electrical noise or interference.

FTP cables are commonly used in networking applications where data transmission speed and reliability are important, such as local area networks (LANs) and wide area networks (WANs). They can support various types of Ethernet standards, including 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, 1000BASE-T, and 10GBASE-T, depending on the specific type of cable and the network devices being used.

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