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GearIT Cat8 Outdoor Ethernet Cable - Waterproof, Direct Burial, In-Ground, LLDPE, Black

$24.99
SKU GI-CAT8-OUT-LDPE-BK-25F
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  • [NEXT GENERATION PERFORMANCE] GearIT Cat8 (Category 8) Ethernet Cable is the most powerful, advanced ethernet cable available and boasts higher data transfer rates than lower rated ethernet cables. Our Cat8 Ethernet Cable provides enhanced performance, as it uses 2Ghz to transfer data from 1Gbps up to 40Gbps.
  • [CAT8 OUTDOOR RATED] Our Cat8 Flexible PVC jacket is designed to be used to connect the internet through underground burial anti-interference from house to house or basement to attic. Weather and water proof protection from electromagnetic interference (EMI), radio interference (RFI), rain, UV, or outdoor environment. Added internal shielding provides high resistance to exterior interference, both indoor and outdoor conditions are suitable to install.
  • [STABLE, DURABLE & FASTER] GearIT Cat8 Ethernet Cable is manufactured in a Tier 1 factory with 26AWG 4-pair stranded pure copper and RJ45 connector plugs with 50-micron gold-plated contacts with molded strain relief snagless boot. Our high-speed Category 8 ethernet cable is SFTP (Shielded and Foiled Twisted Pair) - individually foil shielded with a 4-pair braid shield - and also has an in-wall CM-rated PVC jacket.
  • [ANTI-INTERFERENCE] Our RJ45 provides high speed internet connectivity for home networks, gaming, Wi-Fi routers, modem, TVs, network switches, laptops, pc, smart TV. Ethernet cable shielding prevents crosstalk, noise, and interference for improved internet LAN cable signal transmission.
  • [Wide COMPATIBILITY] Our Ethernet Cables are compatible with Cat5/Cat5e/Cat6/Cat6A/Cat7 and is suitable for extra long network cable needs such as ethernet for routers, laptops, computers, modems, gaming consoles (i.e PS4/PS5/Xbox One/Xbox 360), printers, scanners, Smart TVs, and network switches. Great for online gaming, high definition video streaming, server applications, cloud computing, and video surveillance.
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