Cat5e Plenum Digital Lighting Management Cable - Solid - Green
Our digital lighting management (DLM) cables are used to connect DLM devices such as load controllers, ceiling sensors, RF plugs, daylight sensors and network bridges. They are CMP rated are are suitable for installation in plenum return air spaces, ceilings and in-wall. They are pre-terminated wiht RJ45 connectors for plug n play usage. They are made from solid, 24 AWG cable. The clear boot is designed to protect the connector from being damaged during installation. ShowMeCables' Ethernet patch cables are UL-listed and tested to 350 MHz to ensure distribution with low return loss.
- Connector 1: RJ45 Male with clear, Standard Boot
- Connector 2: RJ45 Male with clear, Standard Boot
- Green, CMP-rated Jacket
- 568B Pinout
- 24 AWG 4-Pair Solid Copper Conductor
- Tested to 350 MHz
- Verified for Gigabit Ethernet
- Power over Ethernet (PoE) Compatible
- Supports digital lighting management products and IP cameras
Availability:These cables are custom manufactured and require an additional 2-3 days to ship.
- Connect computer or gaming system to cable modem, DSL, router, hub, switch, or patch panel.
- Network computers in office or home.
- Distribute data, voice, or video through home, office, or installation point.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including phthalates, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
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Q: What are Cat5e Ethernet Cables?
A: Cat5e ethernet cables are the most commonly used networking cables. If you are looking for networking cables for your home these are what you need.
Q: Does this hook up my computer to my modem?
A: Yes! You can use these cables to connect your computer modem or router. Most household networks and internet connection devices use Cat5e.
Q: What does Cat5e mean?
A: There are many standards for Ethernet and Cat5e is by far the most common. Cat5e superseded Cat5. Some people still say 'Cat5 ' but they really mean Cat5e.
Q: What is the difference between Cat5e & Cat6?
A: Cat6 is faster and is used for top of the line networks. While Cat6 will work just as well as Cat5e the cables alone will not improve the speed of your network.
Q: Can I use these cables for my Playstation XBox or other gaming system?
A: Yes. Cat5e Ethernet is the standard cable for networking gaming systems.
Q: Do these cables come with plugs on the ends?
A: Yes. The cables on this page are pre-terminated so they are ready to use right out of the box.
Q: Are these the same cables I would buy at my local electronics store?
A: Yes! Our cables may not be the same brand that you would buy at a Radio Shack or Best Buy but the cables perform the same and are tested in the same way.
Q: Why do these cables cost so much less than cables at other stores?
A: There are two main reasons. Since we only sell our cables on the Web we do not have the expenses and overhead required to run a brick-and-mortar store. The second reason is that we manufacture our own cables. Brand-name cables are well-known for being overpriced while our cables have the exact same technical specifications.
Q: How are you patch cables measured?
A: Our patch cables are measured from tip-to-tip. There is however a tolerance to be aware of. This tolerance is listed as (+ or –) in inches on the spec sheet for each product. For this cable the tolerance is between 5 - 7 inches.