Network Cables (also known as Ethernet Cables, LAN Cables, Patch Cables, etc) are used for transferring data within a network. One of the most common applications is connecting your computer to your modem / router, but network cables can also be used for connecting other devices to a network (such as providing a Smart TV with an internet connection). The connectors on each end of the cable are called 8P8C but they're more commonly referred to as RJ45 plugs.
The RCM compliance mark is used to indicate compliance to any ACMA regulatory arrangement for suppliers registered on the national database, a registration of Australian Responsible Suppliers that declare the items they sell or supply meet relevant standards and are electrically safe. Our range of CAT6 cables were tested by ACMA-recognised Austest Laboratories and were found to be fully compliant with the Communications Alliance / Australian Standards AS/CA S008:2010 Requirments for Customer Cabling Products standard.