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  1. ACT UTP Network Cable 2 meters
    ACT UTP Network Cable 2 meters
    • Length of 2 meters
    • LAN connection
    • Entirely copper conductors
    3.49
  2. ACT UTP Network Cable 7 meters
    ACT UTP Network Cable 7 meters
    • Length of 7 meters
    • LAN connection
    • Entirely copper conductors
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    ACT UTP Network Cable 3 meters
    • Length of 3 meters
    • LAN connection
    • Entirely copper conductors
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Most people connect to public and home WiFi networks without using cables. They just switch on the WiFi functions on their phones and desktop devices and enter the password to the WiFi service. However, not all devices have wireless capacities. Such devices have to be connected directly to the router. Here at 50five, we will assist you in selecting the best internet cables for your devices.

The Internet Cable

The UTP cable is entirely made of copper which is a good conductor. This makes these cables highly effective for local area networks. With lengths of up to 7 meters, they are designed mostly for connecting local devices over a long distance. The cables are also suitable for charging connected devices over Ethernet connections. Ethernet cables are one of the most used network cables, and even though they are limited to a certain distance, their signal strength is relatively stable. 

There are two types of ethernet cables: the cat 5 cable and the cat 6 ethernet cable. The cat six cable supports the transmission of data over long distances. They look just like phone cables and even share a similar shape and plug. However, the Ethernet cables are larger and have more wires. The cables are made to be either solid or the stranded form. Solid Ethernet cables perform better and can handle electrical interference better than the stranded cables. They are mostly used in fixed locations. For example, they can be placed under the floor or inside the walls on business premises. The stranded cables, on the other hand, are used mainly by travellers or for networking setups in homes. They are less prone to cracks.

At 50five, we are dedicated to supporting our customers with the necessary information on internet cables. We will take the time to understand your problem and provide you with a working solution. To assure you that our products are of the highest quality, we will offer you a 55-day trial of our products. If the performance or quality of the product does not meet your expectations, we will take it back and give you back your money.