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What Is Cat6 Plenum Cable And Why It Is More Expensive Than Cat6 Riser Cable?

For safety concern, many people would like to buy flame retardant cables, of which plenum cable and riser cable are top two flame retardant classes people may prefer. And of all the Ethernet cable categories, Cat6 cables are mostly adopted to apply in the two classes. Then, what is Cat6 plenum cable? What is Cat6 riser cable? Why is the former one more expensive than the latter one? Before knowing what the Cat6 plenum cables and Cat6 riser cables are, you have to be familiar with
Posted on May 24, 2019 By FS.COM
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An Overview of Cat6 Cable and Its Usage

What is Cat6 cable? How to make a Cat6 cable? This post introduces Cat6 cable and proposes common cable types for various scenarios.
Posted on May 21, 2019 By FS.COM
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Case Study: Where Is Ethernet Cable of Various Lengths Deployed?

This post focuses on the case study of which Ethernet cable length to run and how long Ethernet cable and short Ethernet cable perform certain tasks in particular situations.
Posted on April 9, 2019 By FS.COM
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Will Copper Cables Still Be an Indispensable Part in Data Center?

This post shows the reasons why copper cable will still be an indispensable part in data center and share some information about various types of copper cables like Cat5e, Cat6, etc.
Posted on April 2, 2019 By FS.COM
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FS Ethernet Cable Passes the Fluke Test to Meet Industry TIA/ISO Standards

FS Ethernet Cable Passes the Fluke Test to Meet Industry TIA/ISO Standards An Ethernet cable or network cable plays an integral role in setting up highly reliable and secure wired connections for both residential and commercial purposes. Some network cables on the market fail to meet the TIA or ISO performance requirements and frequently result in network downtime and troubleshooting for mission-critical applications. To perform reliably and up-to-spec, Ethernet ca
Posted on April 1, 2019 By FS.COM
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Network Cable Standards for Generic Cabling: TIA 568 vs ISO 11801 vs EN 50173

Generally, there are three important standards mostly used in generic cabling system (GCS). They are TIA 568, ISO 11801 and EN 50173. Then, what are they? What are their differences? How can we choose the right standard to judge the quality of an Ethernet patch cable? What applications are they used respectively? Read through this post to find all the answers. What Is TIA 568? To begin with, you must know what the “TIA standards” is before starting with one of its branches TIA 568 direct
Posted on April 1, 2019 By FS.COM
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How to Choose and Buy the Best Ethernet Cable

This post will tell you how to choose the best Ethernet cable involved with several main factors that one should take into consideration when concerning Ethernet cable quality.
Posted on March 27, 2019 By FS.COM
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Cat8 Cable for 25G/40GBASE-T Network

As you know, with the increasing bandwidth demands, choosing the right cabling is significant in future-proofing data centers, server rooms or other places for requirements that lie ahead. Nowadays, Cat8 cable is regarded as a new option for emerging 25GBASE-T and 40GBASE-T networks. Then, what is Cat8 cable? What are 25G/40GBASE-T and why choose Cat8 Cable for 25G/40GBASE-T network? Read this post to find answers to these questions. Figure 1: FS Cat8 cable for 25GBASE-T & 40GBASE-T
Posted on March 25, 2019 By FS.COM
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Ethernet Cable Jacket Ratings: CM vs. CMR vs. CMP

When installing Ethernet cable in walls or ceilings, you may encounter terms like CM, CMR, CMP, or some others like PVC and LSZH. Do you know what these terms really mean and which one does your project actually need? Among all these terms, CM, CMR and CMP are the most common Ethernet cable ratings specified by the National Electric Code (NEC). They’re named by the ability of resisting to fire to ensure safety in case that you didn’t use the right cable rated for its intended use. This post will
Posted on April 23, 2018 By FS.COM