Patch Cord - Custom Cable

Patch Cord - Custom Cable
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Contents
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make good connections
Part Number Scheme for Ordering
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Ethernet Maximum Lengths
and Typical Applications
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Cat5e Compliant Patch Cords — part numbers 4
OEM Assemblies
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Equipment Manufacturers deliver the goods
Custom Kits
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Cat6 Compliant Patch Cords — part numbers
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Related Products Cables 6
Related Products Materials
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Complete Solutions
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Reference
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Part Number Scheme for Ordering
PC
Item
Patch Cord
5
B
—
2
Category
5 = Cat5e
6 = Cat6
Ethernet Maximum Lengths and Typical Applications
1
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BLU
Cable Type
1 = stranded UTP
2 = stranded STP
w/ shielded RJ45s
3 = solid UTP
4 = solid STP
w/ shielded RJ45s
—
010
Length in Feet
three digits,
for example:
Cable/Boot Color
BLK = black
BLU = blue
GRN = green
GRY = gray
ORN = orange
PNK = pink
RED = red
VIO = violet
WHT = white
YEL = yellow
010 = 10 feet
Boot Style:
0 = No boot
2 = Bubble boot,
snagless,
flush molded
Maximum Lengths
(Based on ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-B.1)
Longer lengths may be used for other applications.
Patch Cords
Installed Cable
24 AWG Stranded (unshielded or shielded)
26 AWG Stranded (shielded) 24 AWG Solid (unshielded or shielded)
“To user” patch cord
All combined patch cords
“To user” patch cord
All combined patch cords
Horizontal Cable Plant
16 ft. (5m)
33 ft. (10m)
13 ft. (4m)
26 ft. (8m)
295 ft. (90m)
30 ft. (9m)
46 ft. (14m)
23 ft. (7m)
35 ft. (11m)
279 ft. (85m)
44 ft. (13m)
59 ft. (18m)
35 ft. (11m)
49 ft. (15m)
262 ft. (80m)
57 ft. (17m)
72 ft. (22m)
46 ft. (14m)
59 ft. (18m)
246 ft. (75m)
72 ft. (22m)
89 ft. (27m)
56 ft. (17m)
70 ft. (21m)
230 ft. (70m)
Typical Applications—568B and 568A Straight Configurations
Configuration:
A =568A
B = 568B
X = 4 Pair
Ethernet
Crossover
Computer to:
•Network outlet
•VoIP phone
•Patch panel
•Switch
568A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
568A
Straight
Configuration
white/green
green/white
white/orange
blue/white
white/blue
orange/white
white/brown
brown/white
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
User Device
computer, VoIP, printer
white/orange
orange/white
white/green
blue/white
white/blue
green/white
white/brown
brown/white
Network Outlet
Work area patch cord,
stranded wire
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
(most common)
Printer to:
•Network outlet
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
568B
568B
Straight
Configuration
VoIP phone to:
•Network outlet
•Computer
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Network outlet to:
•Patch panel
•Computer
•VoIP phone
•Printer
Patch Panel
Horizontal cable plant,
solid wire
Switch**
Equipment patch cord,
stranded wire
Patch panel to:
•Patch panel
•Switch •Server
Server
Switch to:
• Computer
• Server
• Transceiver
• Router
Router**
Equipment patch cord,
stranded wire
Typical Applications—Crossover Configuration*
Switch to:
• Switch
Computer to:
• Computer
•Server
•Transceiver
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Transceiver to:
•Computer
•Server
•Transceiver
•Router
4 pair crossover
4 Pair
Ethernet
Crossover
Configuration
(10/100/1000base-T)
2
white/orange
orange/white
white/green
blue/white
white/blue
green/white
white/brown
brown/white
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
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7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
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white/green
green/white
white/orange
white/brown
brown/white
orange/white
blue/white
white/blue
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Computer or Server
Crossover patch cord
Switch**
Switch**
Crossover patch cord
Some Transceiver
Connections
Crossover patch cord
* Many devices are now “auto-sensing,” so a crossover patch cord may not be needed. Please consult the manufacturer’s installation manual for the required configuration.
** Product photos courtesy of Cisco Systems, Inc. Unauthorized use not permitted.
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Cat5e Compliant Patch Cords — part numbers
Cat6 Compliant Patch Cords — part numbers
Many Cat5e 350 MHz patch cord colors and lengths are in
stock and available to ship today. Some of the most common
patch cords are listed below. Additional custom lengths and
configurations are also available via quick delivery. All patch
cords are RoHS compliant and have a lifetime warranty.
Many Cat6 patch cord colors and lengths are in stock and
available to ship today. Some of the most common patch
cords are listed below. Additional custom lengths and
configurations are also available via quick delivery. All patch
cords are RoHS compliant and have a lifetime warranty.
Patch cord options:
•568B, 568A, or crossover
•Stranded or solid wire
•PVC or Plenum
•Stock and custom lengths
•With or without boots
•Shielded or unshielded
•Multiple colors
If you do not see the patch cord you need, contact your
Customer Experience Team member or use the Part Number
Scheme for Ordering on page 2 to determine the part number.
If you do not see the patch cord you need, contact your
Customer Experience Team member or use the Part Number
Scheme for Ordering on page 2 to determine the part number.
Cat5e—568B Configuration
Cat6—568B Configuration
No boot—unshielded twisted pair
No boot—unshielded twisted pair
Length
Colors:
Gray
Blue
Length
White
Colors:
Gray
Patch cord options:
• 568B, 568A, or crossover
• Stranded or solid wire
• PVC or Plenum
• Stock and custom lengths
• With or without boots
• Shielded or unshielded
• Multiple colors
Blue
White
3 ft.
PC5B-01-GRY-003 PC5B-01-BLU-003 PC5B-01-WHT-003
3 ft.
PC6B-01-GRY-003
PC6B-01-BLU-003
PC6B-01-WHT-003
5 ft.
PC5B-01-GRY-005
PC5B-01-BLU-005
PC5B-01-WHT-005
5 ft.
PC6B-01-GRY-005
PC6B-01-BLU-005
PC6B-01-WHT-005
7 ft.
PC5B-01-GRY-007
PC5B-01-BLU-007
PC5B-01-WHT-007
7 ft.
PC6B-01-GRY-007
PC6B-01-BLU-007
PC6B-01-WHT-007
10 ft.
PC5B-01-GRY-010
PC5B-01-BLU-010
PC5B-01-WHT-010
10 ft.
PC6B-01-GRY-010
PC6B-01-BLU-010
PC6B-01-WHT-010
15 ft.
PC5B-01-GRY-015
PC5B-01-BLU-015
PC5B-01-WHT-015
14 ft.
PC6B-01-GRY-014
PC6B-01-BLU-014
PC6B-01-WHT-014
25 ft.
PC5B-01-GRY-025
PC5B-01-BLU-025
PC5B-01-WHT-025
20 ft.
PC6B-01-GRY-020
PC6B-01-BLU-020
PC6B-01-WHT-020
50 ft.
PC5B-01-GRY-050
PC5B-01-BLU-050
PC5B-01-WHT-050
25 ft.
PC6B-01-GRY-025
PC6B-01-BLU-025
PC6B-01-WHT-025
100 ft.
PC5B-01-GRY-100
PC5B-01-BLU-100
PC5B-01-WHT-100
50 ft.
PC6B-01-GRY-050
PC6B-01-BLU-050
PC6B-01-WHT-050
100 ft.
PC6B-01-GRY-100
PC6B-01-BLU-100
PC6B-01-WHT-100
Cat5e—568B Configuration
Cat6—568B Configuration
Flush molded snagless bubble boot—unshielded twisted pair
Flush molded snagless bubble boot—unshielded twisted pair
Length
Colors:
Gray
Blue
Length
White
3 ft.
PC5B-21-GRY-003
PC5B-21-BLU-003
PC5B-21-WHT-003
5 ft.
PC5B-21-GRY-005
PC5B-21-BLU-005
PC5B-21-WHT-005
7 ft.
PC5B-21-GRY-007
PC5B-21-BLU-007
PC5B-21-WHT-007
10 ft.
PC5B-21-GRY-010
PC5B-21-BLU-010
PC5B-21-WHT-010
15 ft.
PC5B-21-GRY-015
PC5B-21-BLU-015
PC5B-21-WHT-015
25 ft.
PC5B-21-GRY-025
PC5B-21-BLU-025
PC5B-21-WHT-025
50 ft.
PC5B-21-GRY-050
PC5B-21-BLU-050
PC5B-21-WHT-050
100 ft.
PC5B-21-GRY-100
PC5B-21-BLU-100
PC5B-21-WHT-100
Colors:
Gray
Blue
3 ft.
PC6B-21-GRY-003
PC6B-21-BLU-003
PC6B-21-WHT-003
5 ft.
PC6B-21-GRY-005
PC6B-21-BLU-005
PC6B-21-WHT-005
7 ft.
PC6B-21-GRY-007
PC6B-21-BLU-007
PC6B-21-WHT-007
10 ft.
PC6B-21-GRY-010
PC6B-21-BLU-010
PC6B-21-WHT-010
14 ft.
PC6B-21-GRY-014
PC6B-21-BLU-014
PC6B-21-WHT-014
20 ft.
PC6B-21-GRY-020
PC6B-21-BLU-020
PC6B-21-WHT-020
25 ft.
PC6B-21-GRY-025
PC6B-21-BLU-025
PC6B-21-WHT-025
50 ft.
PC6B-21-GRY-050
PC6B-21-BLU-050
PC6B-21-WHT-050
100 ft.
PC6B-21-GRY-100
PC6B-21-BLU-100
PC6B-21-WHT-100
Cat5e—4 Pair Ethernet Crossover Configuration
Cat6—4 Pair Ethernet Crossover Configuration
No boot—unshielded twisted pair
Flush molded snagless bubble boot—unshielded twisted pair
Length
Colors:
Gray
Red
3 ft.
PC5X-01-GRY-003
PC5X-01-RED-003
PC5X-01-YEL-003
5 ft.
PC5X-01-GRY-005
PC5X-01-RED-005
PC5X-01-YEL-005
7 ft.
PC5X-01-GRY-007
PC5X-01-RED-007
PC5X-01-YEL-007
10 ft.
PC5X-01-GRY-010
PC5X-01-RED-010
PC5X-01-YEL-010
15 ft.
PC5X-01-GRY-015
PC5X-01-RED-015
PC5X-01-YEL-015
25 ft.
PC5X-01-GRY-025
PC5X-01-RED-025
PC5X-01-YEL-025
4
Length
Yellow
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White
Colors: Gray
RedYellow
3 ft.
PC6X-21-GRY-003
PC6X-21-RED-003
PC6X-21-YEL-003
5 ft.
PC6X-21-GRY-005
PC6X-21-RED-005
PC6X-21-YEL-005
7 ft.
PC6X-21-GRY-007
PC6X-21-RED-007
PC6X-21-YEL-007
10 ft.
PC6X-21-GRY-010
PC6X-21-RED-010
PC6X-21-YEL-010
15 ft.
PC6X-21-GRY-015
PC6X-21-RED-015
PC6X-21-YEL-015
25 ft.
PC6X-21-GRY-025
PC6X-21-RED-025
PC6X-21-YEL-025
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Related Products Cables
Along with Cat5e and Cat6 patch cords, Custom Cable
offers a wide range of stock and custom cables to
meet all of your connectivity needs.
Related Products Materials
Custom Cable provides hardware and materials to
organize your equipment closet. We also provide bulk
cable, components and tooling.
Copper options:
• Custom molded connector types
• Assembled connector types
• Stock and custom lengths
Fiber options:
Connect:
• Standard and custom panels
• Standard and special jacks
• Bulk cable and components
• Tools, polishers and testers
• Multiple connector types
• PC, UPC, APC and Precision Alignment
• Multiple fiber counts
• Stock and custom lengths
Molded — copper patch cords
Organize — hardware and cable management
Angled boots for unique fit requirements
RJ45 Keystone
Racks
RJ45 Jacks
Industrial Sealed RJ45 Patch Cords and Jacks
Patch Panels
110 Patch Cords
Fiber — patch cords and multiple-count cables
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Singlemode
Rack Shelves
Cable Management
Cable Fasteners
Network Outlets
Special Jacks
Custom Panels
RJ45s and Boots
Tools
Connect — panels and outlets
Assembled — copper patch cords
Multimode
Organize:
• 19" and 23" racks and shelves
• Vertical and horizontal cable management
• Cable fasteners
Connect — bulk cable, components and tools
Ribbon
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Cat5e and Cat6
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Complete Solutions
Reference
Custom Cable’s wide range of capabilities enables
us to deliver complete connectivity solutions.
Cable Configuration
Specifies each connection made within a cable assembly; may also specify the wire and
connectors used. Also known as cable pin out.
Cat5e or Cat6 Compliant
A Cat5e or Cat6 compliant assembly is manufactured from components that meet or
exceed TIA/EIA Cat5e or Cat6 specifications. All component manufacturer assembly
instructions are followed to ensure the highest quality and best performance possible.
Cable Assemblies: Copper and Coaxial
Standard and
Custom Assemblies
Cat 5e and Cat 6e
Central Office
Twisted Pair
Central Office
Coaxial
Patch Panels
OEM Harnesses
RF/DAS
Coaxial/Hybrid
Cat5e vs. Cat6
Cat5e standards specify performance up to 100MHz. Cat5e is an enhancement of
Cat5, adding specifications for far-end crosstalk. Cat5e is suitable for 10base-T,
100base-Tx, 100base-T4, 155 Mbps ATM, and will also support 1000base-T, VoIP,
and PoE.
Cat6 standards specify performance up to 250MHz. Cat6 features more stringent
specifications for crosstalk and system noise, providing a greater bandwidth than
Cat5e. Cat6 is ideal for 1000base-T and is backward compatible with all Cat5e
applications.
The general practice is to purchase the highest performing wire that fits within your
budget. This provides the longest life possible from your investment before future
applications require wire replacement. This is especially true when selecting horizontal
cable plant wire.
Cable Assemblies: Fiber
Patchcords
Multi Fiber Trunk
Assemblies
Preterminated
Distribution Panels
FTTP Drop Cables
MTP/MPO Assemblies
Passive Optical
Components
Equipment Closet
Area or room containing some combination of network servers, network switches,
phone switches, routers, equipment racks, patch panels and punch down blocks.
Also known as phone closet or server room.
568B vs. 568A
568B and 568A are both TIA/EIA standard wiring color code and pairing schemes
released ­­to differentiate network cables from the older telephone company standard
USOC (Universal Service Ordering Code). 568B is the most common.
When selecting a 568B or 568A straight patch cord, it is best to choose the one
that matches the horizontal cable plant. If you are not sure the horizontal cable plant
is wired to 568B or 568A, either patch cord will work. As long as both ends of
the same patch cord or cable are wired to the same standard, the patch cords are
interchangeable.
4 Pair Ethernet Crossover
Crossover patch cords cross-transmit and receive signals to connect Ethernet MDI
to MDI ports or MDIX to MDIX ports. Two Ethernet crossover configurations are
standard: two pair and four pair. The two pair version is created by wiring one end of
the patch cord to 568B and the other end to 568A and is suitable for 10/100base-T.
The four pair version is created by crossing all four pairs, is backward compatible with
the two pair version, and is suitable for 10/100/1000base-T.
Network Services
Fiber/Copper/RF
Testing
Patch Panels and
Cable Management
Equipment and
Ladder Racking
Structured Cabling
Central Office
Equipment Installation
Cell Tower Climbing
and Installation
Most of today’s Ethernet equipment will automatically detect when a crossover
configuration is required and make internal changes, so a straight patch cord can be
used (see 568B and 568A). Consult the equipment manufacturer’s installation manual
to determine the required configuration.
Horizontal Cable Plant
Network or telephone wiring installed under raised floors, in walls, ceiling space, or
risers between floors. Horizontal cable plant typically connects network outlets, patch
panels, and punch down blocks.
MDI vs. MDIX
Medium Dependent Interface refers to the wiring of the RJ45 Ethernet port on
equipment. MDI and MDIX ports have crossed “transmit” and “receive” signals, so
they connect with a straight-through 568B or 568A patch cord. A crossover patch cord
may be required when connecting MDI to MDI port or MDIX to MDIX port (see 4 Pair
Ethernet Crossover).
Certifications and Associations
We demonstrate our commitment to quality and precision by adhering to the highest standards in the industry and qualifying for
the most demanding certifications.
Mbps
Megabits per second. 1000Mbps is one gigabit per second.
PVC vs. Plenum
The jacket of the cable and the insulation over the conductors. Polyvinyl Chloride
(PVC) is more popular and less expensive. Plenum is a fire-rated low-smoke choice
made with Teflon®. Plenum may be required if the cable is being installed in a ceiling,
raised floor, between floors, through walls or if specific regulations require.
RoHS
A directive aimed at protecting the environment, Restrictions of Hazardous Substances
limits the amounts of lead, mercury, cadmium and other hazardous materials a product
may contain to be RoHS compliant. Custom Cable is dedicated to protecting the
environment through programs such as RoHS.
Shielded vs. Unshielded
Shielded cable has a metal foil and/or braid surrounding the conductors and
unshielded cable does not. The shield protects the cable from outside electromagnetic
interference (EMI) and radio frequency interference (RFI). Additionally, the shield
protects other cables or devices from any EMI/RFI that the shielded cable may create.
Unshielded cable usually has a lower cost and is slightly more flexible then shielded.
If there is sufficient EMI/RFI, shielded cable should be used. Any equipment or cable
using electricity will emit some EMI. Fluorescent lighting, electric motors, and air
conditioners produce significant EMI within close proximity.
Common shielding types are Shielded Twisted Pair (STP), Foil shielded Twisted Pair
(FTP), Screened Twisted Pair (ScTP, usually referring to 100 ohm STP cable), and
Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP).
Stranded vs. Solid wire
Stranded conductors are made up of multiple smaller strands of wire.
Solid conductors are a single strand of wire.
Stranded wire is more flexible and is typically used for shorter lengths in a work area
or equipment closet. Stranded wire has a higher attenuation than solid, so the overall
length of stranded wire in a given network connection should be kept to a minimum
to prevent signal loss. Stranded wire should be terminated with RJ45 male plugs. Few
patch panels or network outlets are designed to accept stranded wire on the back/
punch down side.
Solid wire is less flexible, but has lower attenuation and usually a lower cost than
stranded. Solid wire is designed to be used for horizontal cable plant, which is typically
the longer length in a given network connection and is rarely moved, so flexibility is
less of an issue. Solid wire should be terminated to the back/punch down side of
patch panels, network outlets, or punch down blocks. TIA/EIA specifications do not
recognize terminating RJ45 male plugs on solid wire; however, many people do use
solid wire patch cords to link long home run connections from users to a switch
when patch panels are not being utilized.
See “Typical Applications” section for length limitations and the relationships between
the stranded and solid wire used in a given network connection.
10/100/1000base-T
An abbreviated way of writing multiple Ethernet speeds. 10/100base-T refers to both
10base-T and 100base-T. 10/100/1000base-T refers to 10base-T, 100base-T,
and 1000base-T. 10base-T has a base bandwidth of 10Mbps. 100base-T has a base
bandwidth of 100Mbps and is also know as Fast Ethernet. 1000base-T has a base
bandwidth of 1000Mbps (1Gbps) and is also know as Gigabit Ethernet.
User
Any device or individual connected to the network in the work area.
VoIP
Voice over Internet Protocol is a technology utilizing a network connection to carry
telephone voice signals. A VoIP system offers flexibility in moving individuals in an
office without the labor or cost of changing the telephone cross connection.
Work Area
A location where individuals work. Typically containing desks and/or modular furniture.
Network Outlet
A point in the work area that provides connection to the horizontal cable plant.
Examples are wall plate or face plate, wall box, modular furniture face plate or box.
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Computers, routers, and transceivers are typically MDI. Switches are typically MDIX.
Many devices have auto-sensing MDI/MDIX ports, allowing them to detect the style of
port they are connected to and cross their own transmit/receive.
PoE
Power over Ethernet supplies data and low voltage power over the same Ethernet
twisted pair cable. PoE is commonly used to power VoIP phones, cameras, and
wireless LAN access points, eliminating the need to supply separate electrical outlets
for some devices.
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