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Cat6 Slim Ethernet Cables

Cat6 Slim Ethernet Cables

Cat6 Slim Ethernet Cables are used to connect computers and other devices to the internet. They are slim and lightweight, compared to regular Cat6 cables. It's much more flexible than thick, bulky wires. This type of cable is suitable for short distance wiring needs as it provides excellent transmission speeds up to 10 Gbps at a maximum length of 100m 

Product Description: Cat6 slim ethernet cables provide reliable and ultra-fast network speeds up to 10Gbps, offering unprecedented future proofing for your home or office. With a reduced diameter design and enhanced flexibility, these slim cables are perfect for meeting the demands of modern applications in areas where space or tight bends are a challenge such as doorways and wall mounted installations. Compatible with devices featuring RJ45 sockets – like routers, switches, set top boxes, printers and more - the Cat6 Slim Ethernet Cables makes life easier by allowing you to easily link together multiple devices over the same network.

- Cat6 maximum network (10 Gbps) speed
- Reduced diameter design 
- Enhanced flexibility 
- Compatible with all RJ45 sockets 
- Connects multiple devices over the same Ethernet/LAN 

- High performance networking in hard to reach areas—no extra wiring required! 
- Perfect fit for small spaces like doorways and wall mounted installations 
- Sleek yet durable construction is designed to last 
- Ultra fast speeds with Gigabit bandwidth support

What is a Cat6 Slim Ethernet Cable?

Cat6 Slim Ethernet Cable is an ultra-thin and flexible cable that allows for high-speed data transfer between two devices. It is ideal for areas where space is limited, such as in wall cavities, under counters, or inside furniture. It supports up to 10 Gbps speeds and provides better interference protection over standard Cat6 cables.

Maximum Length of the Cat6 Slim Ethernet Cable

The maximum length for a Cat6 Slim Ethernet cable is 328 feet (100 meters). For optimal performance, you should not exceed this length as loss of speed and connection strength can occur.