CAT 5E cable is an improvement on its predecessor, CAT 5, by tightening specifications on cross-talk - rejecting noise on the line. CAT 5E patch leads and cables are commonly referred to as network cable or 'that blue internet cable' by people calling I.T. support lines. They are constructed with a twisted pair of copper wires that carry signals across computer networks or other structured cabling.
4Cabling CAT 5E patch leads and CAT 5 cables are constructed with quality copper wiring and meet top Australian standards for safety. These cables are often connected to networks using a punch-down tool to attach RJ45 connectors,