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10-Pack 10' Monoprice SlimRun Cat6A Ethernet Network Patch Cable EXPIRED

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"Per TIA guidelines, to be "officially" a CAT6a cable, these three things must be true, which do not exist with these cables:
1. It must be between 16-20G wire.
2. It must have additional shielding to reduce cross-talk.
3. 10-Gbps speeds must be retained up to 328 feet.

Therefore, these cables are misrepresented and are grossly mis-advertised, to their own admission (use of 30G wire). However, I AM getting full 1G speeds over 10' patch cables (which is the longest I purchased)."

I just bought a another 10 pack a few weeks ago because they work for my purposes but they clearly don't follow the spec and shouldn't be considered 'certified'. NOTE: I am using one for poe for one of my WAPs without issue.
30AWG???

most cat6 is 23AWG
Cat5e being 24AWG

I wonder what the through put is like on this stuff compared to standard size.

good price if its equal to standard
16-20G ?!? Umm, no way - please cite a reference

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cat...ategory_6A

The standard for Category 6A (augmented Category 6) is ANSI/TIA-568.2-D (replaces 568-C.2), defined by the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) for enhanced performance standards for twisted pair cable systems.

https://www.cablinginstall.com/st...atch-cords

"New cabling standard, TIA-568.2-D, recognizes 28-AWG patch cords"

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These are my favorite type of Ethernet cables. I use the 6 in for patch and 10ft assorted colors for testing. Sometimes there will be better deals on the monoprice website but they are rare
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30AWG???

most cat6 is 23AWG
Cat5e being 24AWG

I wonder what the through put is like on this stuff compared to standard size.

good price if its equal to standard
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30AWG???

most cat6 is 23AWG
Cat5e being 24AWG

I wonder what the through put is like on this stuff compared to standard size.

good price if its equal to standard
Probably not safe for PoE+ or PoE++ applications unless you like seeing cable burst into flames.
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Nice this is the same price as last years sale.
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Probably not safe for PoE+ or PoE++ applications unless you like seeing cable burst into flames.
I have used for PoE and no flames. The device was not high energy, though.

I love these cables also. My go-to cable for almost everything.

In for 2 10-packs. Thanks!
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From one of the top reviews:

"Per TIA guidelines, to be "officially" a CAT6a cable, these three things must be true, which do not exist with these cables:
1. It must be between 16-20G wire.
2. It must have additional shielding to reduce cross-talk.
3. 10-Gbps speeds must be retained up to 328 feet.

Therefore, these cables are misrepresented and are grossly mis-advertised, to their own admission (use of 30G wire). However, I AM getting full 1G speeds over 10' patch cables (which is the longest I purchased)."

I just bought a another 10 pack a few weeks ago because they work for my purposes but they clearly don't follow the spec and shouldn't be considered 'certified'. NOTE: I am using one for poe for one of my WAPs without issue.
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Quote from razed by wolves :
Probably not safe for PoE+ or PoE++ applications unless you like seeing cable burst into flames.
I don't know about the flames, but with PoE++ requiring up to 600 or 800mA per pair, yes I would be worried about trying to run that through these 30ga conductors. I use these cables in 1' and 3' lengths for my PoE access points, and they have been working fine for years. However they are standard PoE (<350mA). Also I suspect short length with these tiny cables is key to avoid voltage drop.
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Definitely my favorite cables as well. Using them for patch cables between POE switches and patch bay and patch between wall port and every other wired device that I have to include APs and cameras. No issues with POE, bursting into flames, or negotiating 1 gig links. Longest length that I have is 20' with most being 3' or 5'.
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From one of the top reviews:

"Per TIA guidelines, to be "officially" a CAT6a cable, these three things must be true, which do not exist with these cables:
1. It must be between 16-20G wire.
2. It must have additional shielding to reduce cross-talk.
3. 10-Gbps speeds must be retained up to 328 feet.
16-20G ?!? Umm, no way - please cite a reference

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cat...ategory_6A

The standard for Category 6A (augmented Category 6) is ANSI/TIA-568.2-D (replaces 568-C.2),[7] defined by the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) for enhanced performance standards for twisted pair cable systems.

https://www.cablinginstall.com/st...atch-cords

"New cabling standard, TIA-568.2-D, recognizes 28-AWG patch cords"
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Question from a noob: are these good for connecting regular household devices to a router or is there a better/cheaper option?
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I've used these in 6" to 20' (or maybe 25?) through multiple offices. Work like a charm for 10 gig and POE.
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These are great, it makes you wonder why regular ethernet cables ever existed. The thin cables are way, way, way easier to work with. We wired our entire server room with them!
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Question from a noob: are these good for connecting regular household devices to a router or is there a better/cheaper option?
I'm sure you can find "better" ones, but I doubt you can find cheaper than $1.5 a piece 10' CAT 6A cables. These will work perfectly fine for your household devices. They're long, though, so you'd just have a lot of slack everywhere.
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