Telecom and network cables

CAT5 Cables

CAT5 cables are a form of twisted pair wiring that is widely employed in the construction of Ethernet networks. The cable specification allows for speeds of up to 100 MHz and is utilized for transmitting various signals, including telephone and video transmissions. Cat 5 cable is commonly connected through punch down blocks and modular connectors.

Why choose our CAT 5 cables?

Unicel’s CAT 5 cables are engineered to deliver exceptional performance, supporting data transfer rates of up to 100 MHz. Our CAT 5 cables undergo rigorous testing and adhere to industry standards, assuring you of a dependable and durable cable solution. Choosing our CAT 5 cables allows you to achieve high-quality connectivity without breaking the bank.

CAT6 Cables

Category 6 cable, often referred to as Cat 6, is a standardized type of twisted pair cable commonly utilized for Ethernet and various other network physical layers. In contrast to Cat 5cable, which supports a speed of up to 100 MHz, the cable standard for Cat 6 specifies an enhanced performance capability of up to 250 MHz. These cables are used to link a computer with devices such as hubs, routers, or switches. Cat 6 cables facilitate file sharing and Internet access.

With a specified bandwidth of up to 250 MHz, our CAT 6 cables are better equipped to handle high-speed data transmission, ensuring smoother and more efficient network operations. Our CAT 6 cables are designed to minimize crosstalk and interference, resulting in a more stable and reliable connection. CAT 6 cables offer improved signal integrity, allowing for longer cable runs without signal degradation.

HDMI Cables

HDMI cables, which stand for High-Definition Multimedia Interface cables, serve as a standard connection method for transmitting top-tier audio and video signals between different electronic devices. These cables are engineered to convey pristine digital signals, rendering them a favored option for linking devices like televisions, computer displays, projectors, gaming consoles, Blu-ray players, DVD players, and a variety of other equipment designed to deliver high-definition content.

Through a solitary cable, HDMI cables have the capacity to seamlessly transmit both audio and video data, streamlining installation and minimizing clutter. These cables accommodate a range of video resolutions, spanning from regular definition (480i) and high definition (720p, 1080i, 1080p) to the cutting-edge ultra-high definition (4K and 8K), contingent upon the cable’s version and capabilities.

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