RJ45 Cat5 Data Socket
This is the JUNON KJ series 1 gang RJ45 Cat5 data socket, coming in white molded. Single RJ45 socket - data CAT5 socket in white molded, matt silver painted. This range is great for new construction and refurbishment projects, and it is future-proof - catering for the latest demands in consumer units. The plate is made of durable high quality urea with antimicrobial properties. The super big rocker compliments the device.
Range: JUNON , KJ series
Product / component type: KJ data socket - single RJ45 Cat5
Cover frame colour: matt silver
Device mounting: wall mounted
Connection: screw terminals
Fixing mode: by screws
Communication network type: RJ45 Cat5, data socket
Number of gangs: 1 gang
Type of installation: Indoor
Width: 86 mm
Depth: 39 mm
Length: 86 mm
Standards: ANSI/TIA-568-C.2 BS EN 41003
IP degree of protection: IP20 rated, for indoor use only
Differences between Cat5, Cat5e, and Cat6
Data speed is important for cable selections. You have to choose the cable that is equivalent to what is running on it. As for Cat5 cable, it can handle 10/100 Mbps speed (Fast Ethernet) with bandwidth up to 100 MHz; for Cat5e cable, it can support 1 Gigabit Ethernet with bandwidth up to 100MHz; while Cat6 can support higher data rate of 10 Gigabit Ethernet with bandwidth up to 250 MHz.
The common ground for Cat5, Cat5e and Cat6 cable is that they are all designed for short distance data transmission, because they are made of copper wires. Their cable runs are limited to a maximum recommended length of 100 meters (328 feet) for their nominal connection speeds — Fast Ethernet speed for Cat5, 1 Gigabit Ethernet speed for Cat5e and Cat6. At present, Cat5e cable 305m and Cat6 cable 305m are available on the market, and both of them can support 1000Mbps maximum data rate with 100MHz bandwidth.
Compared with Cat5e cables, the cost of Cat6 cables is typically 10 to 20% more expensive because of higher transmission speed. However, the cost of these cables are comparatively low, which only takes up a very small portion of the total budget once you consider all the other equipment (racks, servers, switches, routers, etc). For the consideration of your application, Cat6 might be a better choice if higher data rate is required. The additional cost can save you more money in the long run.
Cat5 is often connected to patch panels, switches, routers, desktops, IP phones and many other networks and network devices that utilize the internet. And traditionally, Cat 5e cable is run for the business telephones. Cat 6 is suited for broadband video and digital video applications because of the lower signal losses and better transmission performance at higher frequency.
Be sure to make clear of these three types of Ethernet cables and select the suitable one for your home or business project. I hope the information in this article could be helpful or a guide for you when you are confused about which Ethernet cable to choose.
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