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RJ45 is a well-known connector widely used for Ethernet and data connections. Therefore, they are also referred to as Ethernet connectors. The process of connecting RJ45 network cables typically requires selecting the appropriate wiring method based on the type of connection. Below are the detailed steps for connecting RJ45 straight-through (patch) cables and RJ45 crossover cables:

RJ45 Straight-through (Patch) Cable Connection Method

  • Gather RJ45 connectors and suitable network cables (such as Cat6 or Cat5e).
    Utilize a wire stripper to strip away a small portion of the cable's outer jacket, revealing the inner 8 twisted pairs of wires.
  • Arrange the 8 twisted pairs of wires into 4 pairs according to the T568A or T568B standard. The commonly used T568B standard follows this sequence: white-orange, orange, white-green, blue, white-blue, green, white-brown, brown.
  • Trim the twisted pairs of wires to an appropriate length, approximately matching the length of the connector.
  • Insert the trimmed twisted pairs of wires into the RJ45 connector, ensuring each pair is inserted into the corresponding slot and arranged in the correct order.
  • Use a crimping tool to firmly crimp the RJ45 connector, ensuring good metal contact between the connector and wires.
  • Use a tester to check the connection of the network cable, ensuring each pair can transmit signals properly.

RJ45 Crossover Cable Connection Method

RJ45 crossover cables are used to directly connect two computers or network devices without the need for intermediary devices (such as switches or routers). The connection method is slightly different because the sequence of the wire pairs needs to be swapped.
In addition to the above steps 1 to 4 of preparation and wire arrangement, the following extra steps are needed when connecting RJ45 crossover cables:
1. Wire Pair Swap:
At one end of the connector, swap the positions of wires 1 and 3, and wires 2 and 6.
Similarly, at the other end of the connector, swap the positions of wires 1 and 3, and wires 2 and 6.
2. Continue with Wire Trimming, Insertion, Crimping, and Testing.


We provide an array of network cables customized to suit your connectivity requirements. This includes CAT5e, CAT6, CAT6a, CAT7, and CAT8.1 network cables, each designed with unique advantages to enrich your networking experience.

CAT5e network cable

CAT5e network cable offer superior performance to CAT5, particularly in terms of crosstalk and interference resistance,CAT5e cables provide the same maximum speed as CAT5, but due to their enhanced design and structure, they offer better reliability and performance.

CAT6 network cable

CAT6 cables, including CAT6 cable rolls, are designed to support high-speed data transmission, with a maximum transmission rate of 10 Gbps. In comparison to CAT5e cables, they provide improved performance and resistance to interference,CAT6 cables support higher transmission rates.

CAT6a network cable

CAT6a represents an upgraded iteration of CAT6, enabling superior transmission speeds and extended transmission ranges. It is typically used in environments requiring ultra-high-speed data transmission and interference resistance, such as enterprise networks and data centers.

CAT7 network cable

CAT7 cables are engineered to accommodate elevated frequencies and transmission rates, commonly deployed in settings demanding ultra-fast data transfer and resilience to interference, like data centers and high-performance computing environments.

CAT8.1 network cable

CAT8.1 is the latest standard, supporting higher transmission rates and a wider frequency range. CAT8.1 provides higher bandwidth and lower latency, making it suitable for scenarios with extremely high network performance requirements.


Our network cables are categorized by shielding type, including UTP,FTP,STP,SF/UTP,U/FTP,F/FTP,S/FTP and SF/FTP, each with unique advantages. Whether you require standard networking applications or have strict requirements for interference and crosstalk, we provide tailored solutions.


Unshielded Twisted Pair:
Also known as U/UTP, UTP network cable consists of twisted pairs without shielding. Balanced transmission lines are created through symmetric twisting of wires, aiding in reducing electrical noise and EMI. Different twisting rates per pair can reduce crosstalk.


Foiled Twisted Pair:
Often referred to as F/UTP, FTP network cables are characterized by an overall foil shield enveloping unshielded twisted pairs. By correctly connecting the shield, unwanted noise is redirected to the ground, providing additional EMI/RFI protection.


Shielded Twisted Pair:
Also known as S/UTP, STP network cable features an overall braided shield over unshielded twisted pairs. This cable can support higher transmission rates over longer distances compared to UTP and provides better mechanical strength and grounding due to the braided layer.


Shielded Foiled/Unshielded Twisted Pair:
SF/UTP network cables feature an overall braided shield and foil shielding around the unshielded twisted pairs. This cable effectively prevents EMI from both within the cable and from external sources, and provides better grounding due to the additional braided layer.


Unshielded Twisted Pair:
U/FTP network cables provide shielding for each twisted pair through foil wrapping, offering partial protection against electromagnetic interference and crosstalk originating from neighboring pairs and other cables, despite the absence of overall shielding.


Foiled/Foiled Twisted Pair:
F/FTP network cables have overall foil shielding and individual foil shielding around each twisted pair. They are similar to F/UTP cables but feature an additional foil shielding layer around each pair. The cable structure aims to provide better protection against crosstalk, RFI, and EMI from adjacent pairs and other cables.


Screened/ Foiled Twisted Pair:
Each pair of twisted wires in an S/FTP network cable is first wrapped with foil tape, and then encased in an overall flexible and mechanically robust braided shield. The additional foil layer helps reduce crosstalk between adjacent pairs and other cables, while the braided layer provides better grounding.


Shielded Foiled/ Foiled Twisted Pair:
SF/FTP network cable offers maximum protection with both an overall braided shield and foil shielding, as well as individual foil tape shielding for each twisted pair. This type of cable provides the highest level of interference protection against RFI/EMI, crosstalk, and external interference.


We offer network cables categorized by conductor material into CCA (Copper Clad Aluminum) and CU (Pure Copper). Whether you're setting up a home network or building an enterprise-level network, we have the right network cable solution to meet your needs.

CCA Network Cable

CCA network cables have conductors made of aluminum with a thin layer of copper coating, making them cost-effective and suitable for standard networking applications. Most CCA cables can meet basic networking requirements and pass Fluke testing.

CU Network Cable

CU network cables have conductors made entirely of pure copper, offering superior performance, reliability, and durability. They are suitable for environments where higher network performance is required.
The following table can help you understand the differences between CCA and CU conductors in network cables, as well as their respective advantages & applicability.


CCA (Copper Clad Aluminum)

CU (Pure Copper)


Outer layer is copper, inner core is aluminum

Pure copper


Low (aluminum conductivity is lower than copper)

High (pure copper has higher conductivity)


High (aluminum has higher resistance)

Low (copper has lower resistance)

Signal Attenuation

High (low conductivity leads to greater signal loss during transmission)

Low (high conductivity leads to lower signal loss)

Heat Conductivity

Low (aluminum has poor heat conductivity)

High (pure copper has higher heat conductivity)

Corrosion Resistance

Poor (aluminum is prone to oxidation)

Good (copper has higher corrosion resistance)


Low cost, lightweight, suitable for low-cost applications

High conductivity, low signal attenuation, good corrosion resistance, suitable for high-performance applications


Suitable for low-cost network connections, short-distance transmission, non-critical applications

Suitable for high-performance network connections, long-distance transmission, critical applications

Fluke test report for CAT6 UTP Network Cable
Fluke test report for CAT7 Network Cable
Fluke test report for CAT6A Network Cable
Fluke test report for CAT5 FTP Network Cable
Fluke test report for CAT6 UTP Network Cable
Fluke test report for CAT7 Network Cable
Fluke test report for CAT6A Network Cable
Fluke test report for CAT5 FTP Network Cable


Network cables typically include various types such as round cables, flat cables, Ultra-slim cable, angled cable with bend. Users can choose the most suitable cable design based on factors like space limitations, ease of installation, and aesthetic preferences.

Round Cable

Round network cable features a circular cross-section, providing resistance to bending and folding, suitable for various network wiring environments, offering flexibility in installation options.

Flat Cable

Flat network cable is designed to be thinner and more flexible, offering higher efficiency in space utilization, ideal for scenarios requiring reduced cable volume and visibility.

Ultra-Slim Cable

Ultra-slim network cable boasts an extremely thin profile, lightweight, and easy to carry and install, making it perfect for narrow spaces where traditional cables cannot fit.

Angled Cable With Bend

Angled network cable with bend, including 90° Angled Cable, reduces cable tension with precise angle design, minimizing the risk of damage from folding or twisting, ideal for situations requiring wiring along wall corners or corners.


Network cables play a fundamental role in establishing connectivity within various networking environments.Users have the option to select between patch cables and bulk cables, allowing them the flexibility to choose the type that aligns best with their particular needs.

Patch Cable

A type of short-distance network cable equipped with connectors, typically featuring standard plugs like RJ45, facilitating direct usage. Patch network cables are suitable for various networking environments, especially situations requiring frequent changes in connections.

Roll Cable

A long-length network cable is usually sold in boxes containing 305 meters (1000 feet), without pre-installed connectors. Users can customize the cable length as needed and install appropriate connectors based on specific requirements and scenarios.


Our network cables are of high quality, with each type of cable customized to meet specific application requirements, ensuring reliable connectivity and performance in various networking environments.

Telephone Network Cable

Traditional telephone network cables are characterized by their simplicity, affordability, and reliability, They provide dependable voice communication and are suitable for use in homes, businesses, and public telecommunications networks, and can be universally used e.g. for telephone, fax, modem, router, DSL, VDSL, ISDN, and internet.

Lan Network Cable

LAN network cables provide reliable internal network connections with features such as high-speed transmission, low latency, and stability. They are suitable for connecting computers, printers, servers, and other network devices to facilitate internal data communication and resource sharing.

Internet Network Cable

Network cables used for connecting to the Internet provide high-speed and stable Internet connections, supporting large-capacity data transmission and access to multimedia content. They are appropriate for accessing the Internet across a variety of environments, including residential areas, workplaces, and commercial establishments.

Outdoor Network Cable

Outdoor network cables feature waterproof, weather-resistant, and durable properties, providing reliable network connections in harsh outdoor environments. They are suitable for outdoor wiring, network connections between buildings, and remote network extension scenarios. Shielded Network Cable is commonly used.


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  • 1.What factors influence CAT5e network cable speed?
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    Factors affecting CAT5e network cable speed include cable quality, length, interference, and the capabilities of networking equipment. Ensuring optimal conditions in these areas can maximize the speed and performance of the CAT5e cable.

  • 2.What are the benefits of using high-quality Ethernet cables in a computer network?
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    High-quality Ethernet cables in a computer network offer superior performance, ensuring faster data transfer speeds, enhanced reliability, and durability. They minimize signal interference and maintain stable connectivity, optimizing network efficiency and supporting seamless operations.

  • 3.When Should I Choose Cat5e Stranded Cable Over Cat5e Copper Cable?
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    Cat5e Stranded Cable is ideal for desktop connections, mobile devices, and environments where flexibility is crucial due to its bendability and movement tolerance. In contrast, Cat5e Copper Cable is best suited for fixed installations in environments like office networks, data centers, and Ethernet cabling setups requiring stable, long-distance transmission.
  • 4.What are the main types of cable in computer networks?
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    Twisted pair cables like CAT5e, CAT6, and CAT6a, along with fiber optic cables, are the main types of cables used in computer networks. Each type offers distinct advantages in terms of speed, bandwidth, and resistance to interference.
  • 5.What distinguishes CAT6 UTP network patch cables from CAT5 UTP network patch cables?
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    CAT6 UTP network patch cables offer superior performance compared to CAT5 counterparts. CAT6 cables facilitate faster and more reliable network connections due to their ability to support higher data transmission rates and offer improved resistance to crosstalk and interference. With their enhanced capabilities, CAT6 UTP network patch cables are ideal for demanding networking environments where speed and reliability are essential.
  • 6.What are the differences between Cat6a U/UTP cables and Cat6a S/FTP cables?
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    Cat6a U/UTP cables lack additional shielding, which enhances their flexibility and ease of installation, albeit reducing their resistance to electromagnetic interference. In contrast, Cat6a S/FTP cables feature individual shielding for each twisted pair and an overall shielding around all pairs, providing better protection against interference and ensuring reliable performance in challenging environments.
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