Network technology from SCHRACK TECHNIK means quality, many years' worth of experience and perfectly tuned packages for your network cabling. In our product portfolio, you will find network cables (copper), fibre optic cables, network cabinets & server racks, as well as a complete satellite system programme.
The following chapters describe backbone cabling from the cabling between and inside buildings, over cross-connects to horizontal cabling system structures. In our product portfolio, you will find network cables (copper), fibre optic cables, network cabinets & server racks, as well as a complete satellite system programme. Last but not least, our range of products includes our Schrack 4 Home system and computer & network technology accessories.
The benefit of this structured type of cabling for the user is a flexible cabling concept, where changes can be made at any time with minimal costs and effort.
It is designed for use in data, broadcasting, control and telecommunications applications.
In contrary to the American TIA/EIA 568 standard, the international ISO/IEC 11801 standard and the European EN 50173 standard differentiate categories and classes. These standards have to be complied with for (copper) network cabling.
The category specifies the methods and values by which individual components must be tested. The categories defined are: Cat.5, Cat.6, Cat.6A, Cat.7, etc). The term class is used if products of the same or different categories are connected. The element of the lowest category determines the class and the class defines the transmission speed.
|Limit frequency (MHz)||100||100||250||500||500||600||1000|
|UTP & STP||STP|
This table shows in detail the differences between a class D and a class EA (Cat.5 and Cat.6) wiring. It also indicates the different connectors (RJ45 vs. GG45/Tera) used for Cat.6 and Cat.7.