FFTP CAT7 cables differ from previous Ethernet cable standards (including CAT 5 and CAT 6) in several ways. However, one of the greatest advantages of CAT 7 cables is that they are shielded from noise.
While CAT 7 cable is the more expensive option, it is also considered the most durable and has a longer lifespan than CAT 5 and CAT 6, improving its overall return on investment. It is the best choice for future wiring.
Isn't Cat 7 more expensive?
CAT 7 will cost you more money and is not currently solved. However, the average price for a 50M/820FT 6 cable is $193 (average of the top four Google Shopping results for CAT 6 250M). So $25 7.
The average house usually needs at least 750 meters/2500 feet of cable, that is, three boxes of cable. That counts the average price difference between CAT 6 and CAT 7... not as bad as it first looks, especially when you consider the costs involved in the grand scheme of building the house.
Why CAT 7 Cable?
1.) It works
We test all of our products with our own Cat 7 cables, so we know that by using CAT 7, you'll get a smart home that's reliable and will work every time.
2.) Stay one step ahead
It can be said that life is unpredictable, so when planning a new home, it is important to consider the future. With CAT 7 cables, you can create scalable and flexible cabling systems that will save you the cost of rewiring new features in the future!
3.) Large copper cross-section
Do you want more power and lower voltage? Then choose CAT 7 wire because its copper wire section is larger than CAT 5. It also means that every core in CAT 7 is easier to work with.
4.) Double shielding
Compared with CAT 5 cables, CAT 7 has a stronger anti-interference ability. Why? CAT 7 has overall shielding and individual shielding for each pair.