Cat 5 Cables

  maanse 09:25 31 May 07

Can anyone tell me why a straight thru Cat 5 cable has the green cables seperated?

I am wondering as i have made my own and they work fine but i made them purely straight thru....


Now i have looked at a moulded straight thru and as i say the greens have been split...

Any ideas?

  Graham. 09:55 31 May 07
  maanse 15:47 31 May 07

I cant seem to access that link.....

  yaesu 15:58 31 May 07

Hi, works here, it's a pdf file. Thanks Graham, useful info. Regards, yaesu

  Graham. 15:59 31 May 07

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The Greens are split to suit the layout of the coonectors. They are not split in the actual cable - they are a twisted pair.

  maanse 19:51 31 May 07

So from that PDF i gather that to split the greens / oranges on a straight thru cable is a completely pointless exercise.....

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