L-com adds outdoor-rated, 'hi-flex' Cat 6a Ethernet cables

June 18, 2019
New Category 6a offering features a double-shielded cable construction with an overall 100% foil and 80% braid shield to thwart the effects of EMI and RFI in industrial and military environments.
L-com
Lcom Releases New Cat6a Outdoor Rated

L-com says its new high-flex, outdoor-rated Category 6a cables feature a double-shielded cable construction with an overall 100% foil and 80% braid shield to thwart the effects of EMI and RFI often found in industrial and military environments.

Additionally, these assemblies feature a polyurethane (PUR) cable jacket that is UV and moisture resistant, a supported voltage rating of 300V and an operating temperature range of -40°C to +75°C.

"In addition to these new cables' high-flex capabilities, 10 Gig Ethernet support and outdoor rating, they are also priced to appeal to even more small to mid-sized businesses that require high-speed connectivity in harsh, industrial settings," comments Dustin Guttadauro, product manager at L-com.

L-com's outdoor-rated Cat 6a cable assemblies are in-stock and available for immediate shipment. The new cables are available off-the-shelf in 12 standard lengths, and custom lengths can be ordered with no minimum order quantities.

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