Data Cabling Melbourne
We provide professional data cabling in Melbourne for all types of business. If your Melbourne based business requires data cabling, contact us for Pyer Communications can integrate structural data cabling into new or existing premises for either data or voice cabling. We are also able to upgrade and add to existing cabling systems.
Data cabling we can do in Melbourne:
- Cat 5/6
- Cat 5e/6e
Pyer communications offer a professional data cabling service in Melbourne and we deliver on time.
Contact us for more information on your data cabling.
EzyHang – Data cabling Melbourne
EzyHang is a new product we have that is designed to keep your data cables in check. For the simplest data cabling solution look no further than the EzyHang.
Cat 5 Wiring
Cat 5 wiring allows for data transmissions of up to 100Mbps, which has been superseded by cat 6 and cat 7 and the backward compatibility of these new technologies. Electrically, Cat 6 & 7 are identical to Cat 5 wiring, but with better shielding.
Pyer Communications can do cat 5 wiring, we can also install cat 6/7 fibre, telephone’s and more. If you are interested in cat 5 wiring or anything other data cabling contact us now!
Data Cabling – what’s the difference?
The only real difference in data cabling is in transmission performance. Each cable upgrade carries a reduction in signal loss and cross talk as well as corresponding increase in bandwidth. Obviously, each upgrade is also correspondingly more expensive. So the question becomes, how much are you gaining for the increased price? Instead of talking about SNR ratios or near-end-cross-talk requirements, let’s look at what the various data cabling offer as far as their Ethernet performance.
Cat5e: 1 Gigabit Ethernet to 100 meters 10 Gigabit Ethernet to 45 meters
Cat6: 1 Gigabit Ethernet to 100 meters 10 Gigabit Ethernet to 55 meters
Cat6a: 1 Gigabit Ethernet to 100 meters 10 Gigabit Ethernet to 100 meters
Each of the three data cabling standards support transmission of one Gigabit, and this is sufficient for the majority of network operations. When 10 Gigabit is used, it’s not typically used for workstations, but instead for aggregation links between switches. Read more about the differences