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DATA CABLE CATEGORY 6

LAN CABLES
Application
Suitable for high speed data applications in Local Area Networks. Compliances AS/NZS 3080:2003 (Cat 6)
Guaranteed CAT-6 performance extended out to 500MHz. ISO/IEC 11801 Ed.2 (Cat 6)
Providing higher margins and more bandwidth for future ANSI/TIA 568-C.2 (Cat 6)
AS/CA S008:2010
Applications. UL listed Type CMR
 1.2 Gbps ATM UL Verified (Cat 6)
 10 Base-T (IEEE 802.3) RoHS Compliant Directive 2002/95/EC
 100 VG-AnyLAN
 100 Base-T (IEEE 802.3) Construction Round cable, cross web design.
 100 Mbps TP-PMD (ANSI X3T9.5) Conductor Plain Annealed Copper Wire (23 AWG)
 1000 Base-T (Gigabit Ethernet)
 4/16 Mbps Token Ring (IEEE 802.5) Insulation High Speed Data Grade Polyolefin
 52/155 Mbps ATM Pair 1 – White/Blue & Blue
 622 Mbps ATM Pair 2 – White/Orange & Orange
 Broadband and baseband analogue video Pair 3 – White/Green & Green
 Digital video Pair 4 – White/Brown & Brown.
 Supports full and half duplex operation
Environmental Performance Sheath Highly Flame Retardant PVC
Installation Temperature -10°C to 40°C Qualified to be used as a riser cable.
Operating Temperature -20°C to 60°C Cable printed with metre marking
Technical Specifications
Item Number Nominal Overall Diameter Conductor Approx. Mass Minimum Bending Radius mm Standard Packing Reelex Box
Number Of Pairs Number & Diameter Of Wires (No./mm) 305m
Sclcat60 6.0 4 1/0.58 41 24
Electrical Characteristics
Property Value Units
DC Conductor Resistance Max 9.38 Ω/100m
Maximum d.c. Resistive Unbalance Individual Pair 0.4% nF/100m
Mutual Capacitance Nom. @1kHz 5.6 nF/100m
Capacitance Unbalance pair/ground Max. @1kHz 160 pF/100m
Input Impedance 1-100 MHz 100+15 Ω
100-350 MHz 100+22 Ω
350-500 MHz 100+32 Ω
Characteristic Impedance 1-500 MHz 100+15 Ω
Maximum Delay Skew 1-500 MHz 25 ns/100m
Velocity of Propagation 67% Speed of Light
Frequency
MHz dB/100m dB/100m dB/100m dB dB dB/100m dB/100m dB dB
(min.) (min.) (max.) (min.) (min.) (min.) (min.) (min.) (min.)
0.772 78 76 1.83 80 78 77 74 - -
1 76.3 74.3 2.03 78.3 76.3 74.8 71.8 50 20
4 65.5 63.5 3.78 69.3 67.3 62.7 59.7 44 23
10 57.3 55.3 5.95 63.3 61.3 54.8 51.8 40 25
16 52.7 50.7 7.55 60.2 58.2 50.7 47.7 38 25
20 50.3 48.3 8.47 58.8 56.8 48.7 45.7 37 25
31.25 45.2 43.2 10.67 55.9 53.9 44.9 41.9 35.1 23.6
62.5 36 34 15.38 51.4 49.4 38.8 35.8 32 21.5
100 28.5 26.5 19.8 48.3 46.3 34.8 31.8 30 20.1
200 14.8 12.8 28.98 43.8 41.8 28.7 25.7 27 18
250 9.5 7.5 32.85 42.3 40.3 26.8 23.8 26 17.3
300 4.7 2.7 36.43 41.1 39.1 25.2 22.2 25.2 16.8
350 0.4 - 39.79 40.1 38.1 23.9 20.9 24.6 16.3
400 - - 42.97 39.3 37.3 22.7 19.7 24 15.9
500 - - 48.94 37.8 35.8 20.8 17.8 23 15.2
Note:
  • These cables are not to be regarded as power cables or for the direct connection of equipment to mains power supplies.
  • All Limits stated are based on measurements made or corrected to 20 °C.
  • Typical values are based the worst case margins for the swept frequency measurement, except for IL where actual averages at the given frequencies have been used.
  • Insertion Loss, NEXT, FEXT, RL and TCL are obtained by swept frequency measurements.
  • Characteristic Impedance is derived by applying a smoothing function to swept frequency input impedance measurements.
  • NVP is supplied for installation equipment to return cable jacket length.

Note: Values typical, guaranteed within 5 %