Cat6 riser cable meets all the set category 6 cabling requirements, and in doing so, it even exceeds some of the required essentials and requirements. The cable is thoroughly tested for all the category 6 standards, and industry norms. The cable is TIA/EIA verified and RoHS compliant, and you can use this cable ideally for 10BASE-T (Ethernet), 100BASE-TX (Fast Ethernet) 1000BASE-T (Gigabit Ethernet GbE) and 10BASE-T (10-Gigabit Ethernet).
The stringent electrical specifications of this cat6 riser cable are superior, and they make the cable a very high-performance cable. The cable has 23 American Gauge Wire AWG, four twisted pairs and eight solid conductors. This cable, like our other cables, is manufactured observing the set standards of the industry. Now, what that means is that our cabling solutions are compliant with the market norms and minimum requirements required by certain agencies. It can support up to 550 MHz bandwidth speeds, and also it can support high Ethernet speeds up to 1000 Mbps or 10 Gbps speeds.
The twisted pair design inculcated in our cat6 riser cable plays a significant role. The twists used are made to be tighter on purpose. The cable sheath is also made to be thicker. This all is helpful in cutting down cross-talks and maintain excellent attenuation. Cross talk can be a very annoying issue, especially if you are running multiple cables close to each other, and also if high frequencies are involved. Our 1000ft cat6 riser cable is made of thicker sheaths which gives you better protection against Near-End Crosstalk (NEXT) and Alien Crosstalk (AXT). This means you can enjoy a low bit error rate in your set up. There will be fewer errors in your transmissions, as a result of which the data integrity will be protected.
The New York Cables, cat6 riser cable features a very durable CMR (riser) rated outer jacket. This cable is certified to be used in vertical applications, for instance, between floors. Whenever you are to install cables, you must lookout for any plenum spaces because for such spaces it is mandated to install plenum rated cables. Provided that these plenum spaces have high oxygen content because of the air circulation through them, and in any case of fire there will be a rapid flame progression; you must not use riser cables in these spaces because these cables are not strict with fire retardant insulations