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PowerCat 6 4 Pair PVC Cable, Blue, CM Rated, 305m Box

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Part No: CAA-00076

Region: apac

Molex Premise Networks PowerCat 6 (C6) 4 Pair U/UTP cable has been designed to support high speed data transmission systems such as Gigabit Ethernet. The cable is part of the PowerCat 6 range of products that are designed to comply with the Category 6 specification. We recommend that the full range of PowerCat 6 products are used in a system to maximize cabling performance, providing extended frequency response and enhanced bandwidth.

Features & Benefits Technical Info
  • Compliant to TIA / EIA 568-C.2, Cat 6 and ISO/IEC A1801 Class E cable specification
  • Supports ultrahigh speed data networks such as Gigabit Ethernet (1000 Base-T and 1000 Base-TX) and beyond.
  • Incorporates central spine maintaining pair separation during installation to ensure premium performance after installation.
  • UL listed
  • CM rated cable
  • Supplied in convenient 305m “Reel in a box”
  • RoHS compliant

Mechanical Characteristics

Conductor: Solid Bare Copper
AWG: 23
Insulation: PE
Average Thickness (±0.03mm): 0.23
Min. Point Thickness (mm): 0.18
Insulation Dia. (±0.05mm): 1.04
Twisting Lay Length (mm): 30 underneath
Cabling Lay Length (±10mm): 140
Filler: PE
Jacket: PVC
Average Thickness (±0.05mm): 0.50
Min. Point Thickness (mm): 0.46
Weight (kg/km): 14
Operating Temperature: Minimum -20°C to maximum +50°C
Maximum Pulling Force: 100N 

Electrical/Optical Characteristics
NVP (%): As listed on sheath
Delay Skew: 45ns Max
Impedance: 100 ± 15 Ohms
Current Rating: 1.5 A Max
Conductor DC Resistance: ≤9.38/100m
Voltage: 72VAC
Propagation delay: 535ns/100m @ 250MHz
Mutual Capacitance: 5.6nF/100m Nominal
Insulation Resistance: 500 MΩ Minimum
Dielectric Strength: 1000 V RMS
Contact Resistance: 10 mΩ Max

Commercial Standards
ISO/IEC 11801:2011 (Ed. 2.2),
IEC 61156-5:2012 (Ed. 2.1),
EN 50173-1:2011, EN 50173-2:2007
including amendment A1:2010,
EN 50288-6-1:2013,
ANSI/TIA-568-C.2:2009

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