Cat 6 Cable Manufacturer and Supplier

Cat cables, also called network, LAN, or Ethernet cables, are used to connect computer network devices such as modems, routers, computers, servers, and switches. The function of the Cat cables is to enable sharing of data and resources like files, printers, games, applications, email, or internet access. Designed for setting up small Ethernet and communications networks in consumer electronics, household appliance, and medical machine.

As a Cat 6 Cable supplier, we can wholesale cat 6 cable and cat 5 cable, with factory-priced, high-quality speeds, and reliability. We provide a wide range of Cat cables to choose from, ranging from China Cat 5 Cable, Cat 6 Cable, Cat-6 Ethernet cable, thin Ethernet cable, fiber optic cable, telecommunication cable, and twisted pair LAN patch cable. Our bulk Cat 6 cables are also offered in a wide variety of lengths, colors, and bulk or patch options to suit your specific needs.

Cat Cable Product Families

There are eight Cat cables at current technology, Cat 1 Cable, Cat.2, Cat 3 Cable, Cat 4 Cable, Cat 5 Cables, Cat 5 Ethernet Cable, Cat 5e Cable, cat 5e patch cable, Cat 5e Ethernet Cable, Cat 6e Cable, cat 6 patch cable, Cat 6a Cable, Ethernet Cable Cat 6 Cables, outdoor cat 6 cable, Cat 6 shielded cable, Cat 6 network cable, Cat 6a cables, Cat 6a Ethernet Cable, Cat 7 cable, Cat 7 Ethernet Cable, cat 7a ethernet cable, Cat 8 Cable, Cat 8 Ethernet Cable, Cat 9 Cable, Cat 9 Ethernet Cable and Cat 10 ethernet cable. Among them. Cat.1, 2, 3, 4, & Cat-5 Cable are outdated and not used in any modern LAN network. While Cat.7 & Ethernet Cable Cat 8 are still a new technology and not commonly used. Cat.5e, Cat-6 Cable, and Cat.6a are the commonly used twisted-pair cables. All the twisted pairs of the above-mentioned categories of cables can be unshielded or shielded.

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Features of Sunshine Cat Cables

Safe, Halogen-free Components

Our products are offered in Low Smoke Zero Halogen sheaths and manufactured with compliance to ROHS safety standards for wires and cables.

High-quality and multi-choice

● Insulation Option

A Variety of insulation options for excellent wet electrical performance, oil and chemical resistance, and extreme temperature flexibility. Materials for the Cat cables feature insulation of HD polyolefin, grouped with drain wire under the Polyester tape and Al-foil/polyester tape. We have  professional equipment,like cat 6 cable tester and we offer the best cat 6 cable and best cat 6 ethernet cable.

● Jacket Various

A Variety of jacket options for excellent resistance to oil, flame, and extreme temperatures. Further protection is added by a thermoplastic and UV-resistant PE sheath.
 

● Conductor Choice

Different conductor options provide increased, greater flex life and corrosion resistance.

Sunshine Bulk Cat 6 Cable Manufacturing Process

With Sunshine’s expertise in cable production, our in-house cable manufacturing process produces the best premium Cat Cables, we wholesale cat 5 cable and wholesale cat 6 cable.

Step 1: Wire Diameter Reduction Through A Series of Wire Drawing Processes

The first step in manufacturing cable Cat is wire drawing. Wire drawing is a process in which the wire is drawn through a die so as to reduce its diameter and increase its length. As this happens, its volume remains the same.

The dies are flooded with lubricant which also serves as a coolant, increasing the life of the dies and keeping the copper wire from overheating.

The copper wire produced in the first draw will then be transferred to an insulating area of the plant where a second wire draw will be done followed by annealing, before the application of insulation to the copper wire.

Step 2: Softening the Wire Through Annealing

From its brittle state after drawing, the wire needs to be annealed to make it ductile. Annealing is simply the process of heating the copper to a certain temperature and then slowly cooling it.

At this stage, the wire submerged in water is heated up to 1000 deg F for just a moment before taking it out of the water. Submerging it in water prevents oxidation and corrosion of the metal.

Step 3: Wire Extrusion and Insulation

The next step requires the wire to be passed through an extruder where either a single or double coating of plastic is applied. High-density polyethylene pellets are fed into the extruder, heated, and met.

Step 4: Wire Diameter and Insulation Testing

Before the reels move to the next manufacturing operation, wire and insulation diameter are measured, and the wire is tested for electrical properties such as capacitance and resistance.

Step 5: Wire Twisting and Stranding

In this step, the insulated wires are twisted into wire pairs. Each pair has a unique twist length to avoid crosstalk and interference.The wires will now be tested for electrical defects such as crosses, shorts, and opens.

Step 6: Cabling

At this stage, the wires that came out from the stranding process are grouped together forming a multi-unit cable core. The units are also twisted together on a rotating core truck to help control electrical interference and provide flexibility.

Step 7: Jacketing

At jacketing, several operations such as gel-filling, armoring, jacketing, and printing are performed to produce the finished cable.

● Gel-filling and Armoring

The cable core is heated ensuring that the filling compound penetrates possible voids. A filling compound is added to the heated core in the filling chambers. Then finally, a plastic core is wrapped around the cable.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

● Metal Sheathing

Depending on the cable design, a protective metal sheathing of either aluminum or aluminum and steel combined may be added during this manufacturing step. The aluminum acts as a grounding path for high-voltage surges that may be caused by lightning strikes and other eventualities in aerial cables, while steel adds mechanical protection for buried cable against pests such as rats and gophers.
 

● Extrusion of Outer Cable Jacket

The outer cable jacket is extruded in the next step. It is usually made from low-density polyethylene, black in color, and resistant to ultraviolet light in case it is exposed to sunlight. This rugged plastic is the final protection for the enclosed cable against the environmental conditions underground or when strung to utility poles.
 
 

● Cooling and Finishing Touches

The jacketed cable then passes through a temperature-controlled water trough, which cools the jacket. The cable is dried, and the top layer of the jacket is heated slightly so that printer markings can be imprinted on it. Because of the heating, the markings are stamped into the jacket itself and will last the life of the cable.
 
 
 

Step 8: Cables Tested Before Shipping

Upon exiting the jacketing operation, the finished cable is wound onto metal or wooden reels and then transported to the final test facility.

● Physical Inspection of the LAN Cable

An inspector checks for the proper placement of units, subunits, and spare pairs within the cable.
 
 
 

● Electrical Test

Electrical tests include a ring-out of all conductors for continuity and a core-to-sheath test. The core-to-sheath test measures minimum voltage requirements between the cable core and the metal sheath; this helps ensure that high-voltage surges, such as lightning strikes, cannot reach the conductors. A high-voltage test is also performed, and all conductors are checked for electrical integrity. Random tests are performed for mutual capacitance, unbalance, and resistance.
 

● Shipping

Preparing the cable for shipment may include sealing the cable end with a steel or plastic cap, and testing air-core cables for integrity. Such cables are equipped with valves so that dry, pressurized air can be pumped into them to protect them from moisture.

Why Choose Sunshine Cat Cables

Huge Savings on Material, Labor, and Maintenance

 
Thanks to the modular design of Sunshine Ethernet cable Cat, installation is fairly quick and easy and a lot of time is saved. Initial set-up costs are reduced, and greater reliability and easier and more efficient cable management are expected requiring less maintenance.

Superior Electrical Performance

 
Electrical performance is best achieved as the twisted conductor pairs are gap-free. This means that the conductor-to-conductor spacing, or centricity, is kept uniform, offering excellent and consistently reliable movement of electrical signals.
 

High Reliability and Performance with Superb Connectivity

 
Sunshine Cat cables never fall short of providing reliable connectivity, even in events of losing power or when the wires are damaged. This makes LAN cabling the system of choice to be certain that networks will continue to function properly when needed.

Ease of Splicing/Connection

 
A space allowance is provided for handling the cable in an easier and safer way to facilitate splicing/connection.
 
 

Provides Incredibly Fast and Reliable Communication and Network Speed

 
The biggest benefit of choosing a wired LAN network over wireless connections is the increased speed that it offers, promoting maximum work uptime.

Minimized Latency

 
The increased latency is something we don’t want in network connections as it is a form of delay that occurs when signals travel back and forth in a connection. Latency is much more minimized in Sunshine Cat or Ethernet cables providing sturdy signals between two connections.

Energy Efficient

 
Sunshine Cat cable can support or cope with the requirements of delivering power and signal through POE (Power over Ethernet), resulting in up to almost 50% energy savings compared with traditional network powering infrastructures.

Increased Security

 
Wired LAN connections provide increased security for users as there are no ways hackers can access them.

Custom Cat Cable

To make your Cat Cables more marketable, it’s essential to offer more than the standard Cat Cables. We help you develop specialized Cat Cables that meet various industry demands through our range of custom options. And we offer a varity of  cat cable types.

All our additional features are tested for quality and optimal performance, ensuring that each part improves the functionality of your Cat Cables. We use the latest technology to apply these features securely on your products and test them in each step for quality assurance.
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Cat Cables Logo Printing

 
Our factory has a laser engraving logo machine, and a silk printing machine, which also supports open new molding to emboss the logo on the cable.
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Cat Cables Packaging

 
We can do customized Cat Cables packaging. we also can provide the packaging die-cut to you for design.
 
 
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Cat Cables Color

 
As a factory, we can make almost all kinds of colored adapters, please provide us the color panton number, and we can make the color Cat Cables as you need.
 
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Cat Cables Material

 
We did make kinds of material cables, like PVC, copper, etc, and all the materials meet the RoHS/Reach/Ca65 standard.
 
 

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Why Order Cat Cables in Sunshine?


Wholesale Cat Cable at Sunshine

  • High-Quality and Fast Cat Cables

    We are meticulous with our quality checks of Cat Cables and manufacturing standards of Cat Cables. Our goal is to offer you the best Cat Cables and guarantee high-quality Cat Cables for you to boost your business.
  • Strong Supply Capacity

    We manufacture your Cat Cables fast to ensure that the production and distribution schedules of your business are not delayed or disrupted. Sunshine has self-owned factories in China and Vietnam which are fitted with the machinery of highly Validated and Recognized test equipment brands to ensure that we efficiently manufacture high-quality Cat Cables. It also enables us to produce in bulk within short turnaround times for Cat Cables.
  • Customized Order Acceptable

    A group of engineers offer customized designs according to customers’ requests. Our aim is to offer a customized Cat Cable design to meet all your requirements for Cat Cables. We are determined to bring your vision to life because customer satisfaction for Cat Cables is extremely important to us.
  • Competitive Price

    More than 20 years of manufacturing experience. All of our machines are automatic, fast, and advanced with high output. Production average cost is much lower to offer competitive prices to customers.
  • Free Cat Cable Sample

    Sunshine Electronics offers you a free Cat Cable sample for testing and to confirm that we met your custom design requirements.
  • Worry-free Pre and After-Sales Services

    Generally speaking, time is an invaluable resource for your business and thus fast service delivery for Cat Cables is important and necessary to get a good result. Consequently, our short response times aim to provide easy access to our services Cat Cables. The Sunshine Electronics team is always on hand to guide you through After-Sales procedures such as the warehousing of Cat Cables, shipment of Cat Cables, and just-in-time delivery of Cat Cables.

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We Respond to Your Inquiry for Cat Cables Within 12 Hours

 
Generally speaking, time is an invaluable resource for your business and thus fast service delivery for Cat Cables is important and necessary to get a good result. Consequently, our short response times aim to provide easy access to our services of Cat Cables to meet your needs.
 
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We Provide Customer-Based Solutions for Cat Cables

 
Our aim is to offer a customized solution to meet all your requirements for Cat Cables. We are determined to bring your vision to life because customer satisfaction for Cat Cables is extremely important to us.
 
Manufacturing
 

We Achieve the Goal of Efficient Cat Cable Manufacturing

 
The Sunshine factories in China and outside China--Vietnam are fitted with the machinery of highly Validated and Recognized test equipment brands in our laboratories and production workshop, to ensure that we efficiently manufacture high-quality, fast, compact, and compatible Cat Cables. It also enables us to produce in bulk within short turnaround times and prove competitive prices for Cat Cables.
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We Offer Custom Cat Cable Labeling and Packaging

 
If you come to us with small Cat Cables packaging needs, we will do our best to make them come true. We have available designs for Cat Cables that you can choose from or we could explore customization for custom Cat Cables that you want.

Cat Cable FAQ

  • What is the difference between Cat and Ethernet?

    The term "Ethernet" refers to a family of networking technologies used for local area networks (LANs), while "Cat" (short for Category) refers to the different standards or categories of Ethernet cables. 
     
    Ethernet encompasses various networking standards and protocols for connecting devices within a local network, such as computers, printers, and routers, allowing them to communicate and share resources. It defines how data is transmitted over the network, including the physical medium (cables), data link layer protocols, and network configuration.
     
    On the other hand, "Cat" refers to the different categories of Ethernet cables defined by the Electronic Industries Association and Telecommunications Industry Association (EIA/TIA). These categories, such as Cat5, Cat6, and Cat7, specify the performance characteristics and capabilities of Ethernet cables, including data transmission speeds, maximum frequencies, and shielding requirements. 
     
    In summary, "Ethernet" refers to the networking technology, while "Cat" refers to the standards or categories of Ethernet cables used to implement Ethernet networks.
  • Which cat cable is best?

    The best Cat cable depends on your specific networking requirements and budget. Generally, newer Cat cables offer higher performance and better shielding against interference, but they may also be more expensive. Here's a brief overview:
     
    Cat5e: Suitable for basic networking needs and supports data transmission speeds up to 1 Gigabit per second (Gbps). It's a cost-effective option for most home and small office networks.
     
    Cat6: Offers improved performance compared to Cat5e, supporting data transmission speeds up to 10 Gbps over shorter distances. It provides better resistance to crosstalk and interference.
     
    Cat6a: Similar to Cat6 but with improved performance and support for higher frequencies, allowing for data transmission speeds up to 10 Gbps over longer distances. It's suitable for demanding applications and environments with high interference.
     
    Cat7 and above: These cables offer even higher performance and better shielding compared to Cat6a, supporting data transmission speeds up to 10 Gbps or more over longer distances. They are ideal for high-speed networking applications and environments with extreme interference.
     
    Ultimately, the "best" Cat cable for you depends on factors such as the required data transmission speeds, distance, and level of interference in your networking environment, as well as your budget.
  • Is there a Cat8 cable?

    Yes, there is a Cat8 cable. Cat8 is the latest standard in the Ethernet cable category, offering even higher performance compared to previous Cat cables. It is designed to support data transmission speeds of up to 25 Gigabits per second (Gbps) or even 40 Gbps over distances of up to 30 meters. Cat8 cables feature improved shielding and are suitable for demanding applications and environments where high-speed networking is essential. However, Cat8 cables are still relatively new and may be less widely available compared to lower-category cables.
  • Can I plug a Cat8 cable into a Cat6 jack?

    Yes, you can plug a Cat8 cable into a Cat6 jack. Ethernet cables and jacks are backward compatible, meaning you can use newer cables with older jacks. However, the performance of the connection will be limited by the capabilities of the lowest category component in the setup. In this case, while you can physically connect a Cat8 cable to a Cat6 jack, the data transmission speeds and performance will be limited to the capabilities of the Cat6 infrastructure. To fully leverage the capabilities of a Cat8 cable, it's recommended to use it with compatible Cat8 jacks and networking equipment.
  • CAT 5 VS. CAT 6

    When comparing Cat5 and Cat6 Ethernet cables:
     
    Performance: Cat6 cables offer higher performance compared to Cat5. Cat5 cables support data transmission speeds up to 1 Gigabit per second (Gbps), while Cat6 cables can support speeds up to 10 Gbps.
     
    Construction: Cat6 cables typically have more stringent specifications for construction and shielding compared to Cat5 cables, resulting in better resistance to crosstalk and interference.
     
    Compatibility: Both Cat5 and Cat6 cables are backward compatible, meaning they can be used with older networking equipment. However, Cat6 cables offer future-proofing for higher-speed networking applications.
     
    Cost: Cat6 cables are generally more expensive than Cat5 cables due to their higher performance and construction specifications.
     
    Overall, Cat6 cables are a better choice for applications requiring higher data transmission speeds and better performance, while Cat5 cables may suffice for basic networking needs at a lower cost.
  • How can I choose the right Cat cable?

    To choose the right Cat cable for your needs, consider the following factors:
     
    Data Transmission Speed: Determine the data transmission speed required for your networking applications. Higher category cables, such as Cat6 and above, offer higher speeds compared to lower categories like Cat5e.
     
    Distance: Consider the distance over which you need to transmit data. Higher-category cables, such as Cat6a and Cat7, can support higher speeds over longer distances compared to lower categories.
     
    Interference: Assess the level of interference in your networking environment. Higher-category cables typically offer better shielding against crosstalk and electromagnetic interference, making them more suitable for environments with high interference.
     
    Future-Proofing: Consider future networking needs and technologies. Choosing a higher category cable, such as Cat6a or Cat7, may provide better future-proofing for upcoming high-speed networking applications.
     
    Budget: Determine your budget for the cable installation. Higher-category cables tend to be more expensive than lower categories due to their enhanced performance and construction specifications.
     
    By considering these factors, you can select the Cat cable that best meets your specific networking requirements while staying within your budget. If you're unsure, consult with a networking professional for personalized guidance.

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