Cat5e & Cat6 Rj45 Crimp Connectors:
Not all sorts of applications require installation of an entire 1000ft cable bulk. Therefore, if your cabling needs require installation of customizable cable lengths then crimp connectors are something that you should have. Cutting out the desired portion of a cable’s length, and then terminate the portion with high-quality crimp connectors is a smart and a convenient method.
At New York Cables, we have got your cabling needs covered: from 1000ft high-performance cable bulks to cable accessories like crimp connectors. We manufacture and sell our cabling products at the most budget-friendly price points. These crimp connectors are priced most reasonably so that you get the best value for your money. They are sold in a pack which contains 100 pieces. You get quality and affordable alongside each other at New York Cables. These particular crimp connectors are suitable to terminate category 5 enhanced (Cat5e) and category 6 (Cat6) network cables. These Cat5e & Cat6 Rj45 crimp connectors are particularly intended to handle high performance up to 350 Mbps. Each of the Rj45 crimp connectors consists of 8P8C modular connector which is used for termination. The connectors are used to terminate and connect Ethernet cables effectively. Like our every other cable-related product, our Cat5e & Cat6 Rj45 crimp connectors are consistent with prevalent market norms and industry standards maintained by Electronic Industries Alliance/Telecommunication Industries Association. They are, therefore, EIA/TIA verified UL listed and RoHS compliant.
Our Cat5e & Cat6 Rj45 Crimp Connectors are made of 8 gold plated pins to provide you with high yields and reliable connections. We manufacture our crimp connectors with user-friendly and easy-to-grasp retention chips, which essentially makes the handling of these connectors very convenient. The overall design and structure of these connectors come real handy when it comes to cross-talks. The cross-talk basically is a phenomenon of unwanted signals that occur between your transmissions. It is caused by the electric or magnetic fields of one telecommunication signal affecting a signal in a nearby cable. What it essentially means, in simpler words is that these series of unwanted signals are a result of signal bleeding from one cable which then overlaps with a signal from another cable nearby. Now, cross talk can potentially risk the smoothness of your data transmissions. It can bring about errors in it. These crimp connectors are perfect to cater to this unwanted effect as they have the ability to keep cross-talk to a minimum acceptable level as the twists are maintained till the point of termination.