Watertown, CT (PRWEB) June 16, 2011
Siemon, a leading global manufacturer of IT network cabling and infrastructure systems, announces the release of new category 6 compatible flat patch cords for in-cabinet network equipment connectivity. These RJ45 copper cable assemblies support category 6 transmission performance in a low profile construction that provides for tighter bend radius and more easily managed cable routing.
These patch cords use 4 pairs of 28-gage cable in a rectangular cross section that is only 0.089” (2.2mm) thick. The small profile allows two to three flat cables to be neatly bundled in the space of a single round 24-gage cable.
Typically, smaller gage conductors used in flat cables often result in unreliable connections. Performance testing conducted on some commercially available flat cable cords showed a significant 5 dB drop in return loss margins. Due to an improved contact design and cable construction, the Siemon product showed no return loss degradation after the same testing.
For more information and product data sheets on Siemon flat category 6 compatible patch cords, visit http://www.siemon.com/sis.
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Established in 1903, Siemon (http://www.siemon.com) is a global industry leader in the development and manufacture of high quality, high-performance network cabling solutions. Siemon's Interconnect Solutions business unit (SIS) specializes in the development of high-speed interconnects. Headquartered in Watertown, Connecticut, USA, Siemon operates directly in over 30 countries and, through its channels, services customers in over 100 countries. Siemon offers a comprehensive suite of copper and optical fiber cabling systems. With over 400 patents, Siemon Labs invests heavily in R&D and is actively involved with numerous industry standards organizations around the world.
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