These Solid CAT6 Cables are recommended for all HDMI audio and video runs for lengths over 25 feet with a maximum recommended length of 100 meters (328 feet). The Solid CAT6 Cables are also a superb cable for adapters that convert DVI, VGA, component, s-video and other technologies to a CAT6 to go long distances. The 23 AWG enhances the ability to run POE (Power over Ethernet) as thicker copper = less resistance = longer distance and less heat.
Solid CAT6 Cables Features:
4-pair unshielded twisted pair cable
Polyethylene separator for enhanced NEXT, ELFEXT and RL Bandwidth
23AWG solid bare copper conductor for superior conductivity
Meets or exceeds Cat6 specifications
It should not be flexed.
Rated to 550Mhz to provide additional performance and bandwidth over and above the basic requirements of Cat6 550Mhz standards
Ideal for 10Base-T(IEEE 802.3), 100Base-TX(IEEE 802.3u), 1000Base-TX, 100 Vg-AnyLAN(IEEE 802.12), Token Ring(IEEE 802.5), TP-PMD(ANSI X3T9.5), 350 Mbps CDDI, ATM 155, and all proposed Category 6 requirements for high-speed, full duplex, parallel transmission protocols
CM/CMG rated for single floor, general purpose use in walls and ceilings
Verified compliant with EIA/TIA standards by UL and ETL
Various colored PVC outer jacket
A "stranded" Cat6 cable contains various small gauge wires in each separate insulation sleeve, making it flexible and best suited for building patch cables. These "Solid" Cat6 cables with one large gauge wire in each sleeve, works best for running high definition audio and video signal, like HDMI, over long distances and through walls or ceilings.
Why not a few of these Solid CAT6 Cables today?
Why You Should Buy 23 Gauge Solid CAT6 Cables:
Longer Distance: Compared to a 26 AWG cable, 23 AWG cables can be used for distances up to 90 meters, whereas 26 AWG cable only supports 68 meters, given the same signal.
Larger Diameter Conductor: The larger diameter of 23 AWG cables make for a stronger conductor which is a benefit when being pulled on during installation or when routed through machines and other equipment
Lower attenuation: Since a 23 AWG conductor is larger than 26 AWG cable it has lower attenuation over length properties
Better Connection: The larger copper conductor/strand of a 23 AWG cable means there is more copper for the pins of an IDC (insulation displacement connector, like an RJ45) to "bite" into. This results in better connector retention and durability
PoE Support: 23 AWG enhances the ability to run POE (Power over Ethernet) thicker copper = less resistance = longer distance and less heat