Coleman Cable intros Cat 6 bundled cable

Sept. 25, 2007
September 25, 2007 -- Coleman Cable Inc. (CCI) has introduced a bundled cable that features two Cat 6 and two RG6 Quad cables, designed to power voice, data, video, CATV, and HDMI applications.

September 25, 2007 -- Coleman Cable Inc. (CCI) has introduced a bundled cable (#99276) that features two Cat 6 and two RG6 Quad cables, designed to power a wide variety of residential applications including voice, data, video, CATV, HDMI and more.

According to the company, the bundled Cat 6 cable has more headroom than the Cat 5e cable, with an 'X-shaped' spline separating the pairs for less crosstalk or interference.

"CCI is constantly seeking new product offerings under our Signal brand to meet the needs of the installer," says Dan Hastings, vice president of the security/home technology division at Coleman Cable. "This newest addition to our full line of pre-bundled structured wiring cables will help provide further solutions for virtually any home technology application."

CCI says its bundled cables feature an outer jacket that provides protection from damage caused during installation. The jacket's color-coded exterior also provides identification for Cat 6 codes to insure optimum performance, as well as to help eliminate incorrect pulls, notes the company.

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