Thin Ethernet Cable

Thin Ethernet Cables are popularly used to connect devices in a local area network (LAN). Ethernet cabling is often combined with RJ type connectors for connecting personal computers, routers and switches. Thin bodied Ethernet cabling has an advantage over regular Ethernet cabling in that it is space saving, and able to be fed through smaller spaces.
Applications
Many businesses utilise a local area network for a more secure and reliable internet setup than can be provided by wireless connectivity. In this case thin Ethernet cabling is often run through desk cable grommets, floor panels and wall-mounted cable channels in office and commercial environments.
The RS Range of thin Ethernet cabling is available in reels of up to 500 m, enough to suit your installation needs.
Fire Safety
The RS range of thin Ethernet cables are available as LSZH (Low Smoke Zero Halogen) and LSF (Low Smoke and Fume) for extra fire safety in low ventilated areas.

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Description Price Fire Behaviour Outer Diameter Capacitance Characteristic Impedance Minimum Operating Temperature Maximum Operating Temperature Sheath Material Velocity ratio Attenuation Conductor Strand Type Core Strands Conductor Material Insulation Material Cable Shape
RS Stock No. 665-5886
BrandRS PRO
MYR346.86
1 Reel of 100 Metre(s)
Reel(s)
Low Smoke & Fume (LSF) 4.95mm 100 pF/m 50 Ω - +80°C Low Smoke & Fume LSF 66% 21 dB/100m @ 100MHz, 31 dB/100m @ 200MHz, 76 dB/100m @ 1GHz Stranded 19/33 Tinned Copper PE Coaxial
RS Stock No. 665-5870
BrandRS PRO
MYR289.79
1 Reel of 100 Metre(s)
Reel(s)
- 4.95mm 100 pF/m 50 Ω - +80°C Polyvinyl Chloride PVC 66% 10.65 dB/100m @ 50MHz, 22.6 dB/100m @ 200MHz, 42 dB/100m @ 650MHz, 67 dB/100m @ 1GHz Stranded 19/33 Tinned Copper PE Coaxial