Cat 6 (Category 6) cables are a type of twisted pair cable commonly used in Ethernet networking. They are an improvement over Cat 5e cables and are designed to support higher data transfer rates and bandwidth.
Key features of Cat 6 indoor cables:
Performance: Cat 6 cables can support data transfer rates up to 10 Gbps and are suitable for Gigabit Ethernet and other high-bandwidth applications.
Twisted Pair Design: Like other Ethernet cables, Cat 6 cables use a twisted pair design, where pairs of insulated copper wires are twisted together.
Usage: Indoor Cat 6 cables are commonly used to connect devices within a building, such as computers, routers, switches, and other networking equipment. They are suitable for home networks, offices, data centers, and various other indoor applications.