Ethernet LAN Cables  for network cabling, VoIP POE, structured cabling, etc

Ethernet / LAN Cables CAT 6; Cat 6 A, Cat 6 E, Cat 5E, LAN Cables Standard Approved Cables from Companies Like Siemon, D-Link, Ease-Net,  and Aico,   Cat 6 outdoor and indoor cables, shielded and nonshielded cables.

Indoor Ethernet Lan Cables

Indoor Ethernet Cables

From Cat5e to Cat8, these cables come in various categories, each offering different speeds, performance levels, and applications.

Outdoor Cables Prices in kenya

Outdoor Ethernet Cables

These cables are specifically designed to endure harsh weather conditions, including rain, snow, extreme temperatures, and direct sunlight.

Ethernet Cable Patch Cords

Ethernet Cable patch Cords

Ethernet patch cables, are short lengths of cable used to connect devices within a local area network (LAN). They are typically used to connect devices like computers, routers, switches, and other network-enabled devices to a network outlet or patch panel.


LAN Ethernet Cables

Siemon CAT6a F-UTP Cable

KSh34,500.00 Ex.VAT
Original price was: KSh6,000.00.Current price is: KSh5,000.00. Ex.VAT
KSh18,500.00 Ex.VAT
KSh5,300.00KSh14,800.00 Ex.VAT
KSh15,000.00 Ex.VAT
KSh37,000.00 Ex.VAT
KSh26,500.00 Ex.VAT
KSh21,800.00 Ex.VAT
KSh20,800.00 Ex.VAT
Original price was: KSh9,500.00.Current price is: KSh9,000.00. Ex.VAT
KSh16,800.00 Ex.VAT
KSh25,500.00 Ex.VAT
KSh43,500.00 Ex.VAT
KSh24,700.00 Ex.VAT
KSh14,800.00 Ex.VAT
KSh16,500.00 Ex.VAT
KSh17,500.00 Ex.VAT
Original price was: KSh6,000.00.Current price is: KSh5,500.00. Ex.VAT

LAN Ethernet Cables

Dahua UTP CAT6 Cable 305M

KSh14,000.00 Ex.VAT

LAN Ethernet Cables

Cat 5e Ethernet  Cables 305 M

KSh4,500.00 Ex.VAT
KSh21,800.00 Ex.VAT
KSh22,500.00 Ex.VAT
Original price was: KSh6,000.00.Current price is: KSh4,400.00. Ex.VAT
Original price was: KSh6,500.00.Current price is: KSh6,000.00. Ex.VAT
KSh16,500.00 Ex.VAT
KSh16,800.00 Ex.VAT
KSh18,500.00 Ex.VAT


Ethernet cables come in various categories, each offering distinct speed capabilities and performance levels. Here’s a breakdown of the most common ones:

  • Cat5e: The workhorse for everyday use. Supports speeds up to 1 Gigabits per second (Gbps), making it ideal for most home and small office networks.
  • Cat6: Offers a performance boost over Cat5e, handling speeds of up to 10 Gbps over shorter distances. Ideal for larger offices or setups requiring faster data transfer.
  • Cat6a: An enhanced version of Cat6, providing superior performance and supporting 10 Gbps speeds over longer distances. Well-suited for enterprise networks demanding high bandwidth and reliability.
  • Cat7: Designed for demanding environments, Cat7 cables boast improved shielding against interference and support speeds of 10 Gbps or more over longer distances.
  • Cat8: The newest standard, Cat8 cables are built for ultimate speed, handling up to 25 or even 40 Gbps, but primarily used in data centers where high-performance networking is critical.

Choosing Your Cable Champion:

Now that you know the key players, how do you pick the right cable for your network? Here are some crucial factors to consider:

  • Network Speed: Match your cable’s speed capability to your internet plan and device specifications. For example, a 100 Mbps internet plan doesn’t necessitate a Cat8 cable.
  • Cable Length: Longer distances can affect signal strength. If you need to connect devices far apart, opt for a higher category cable (like Cat6a or Cat7) that maintains performance over extended lengths.
  • Environment: For areas prone to electrical interference, consider shielded cables (like Cat6 or Cat7) for added protection.

Remember: Always ensure your cable matches the specifications of your networking equipment for optimal performance.

By following these tips, you can confidently choose the Ethernet cable that unlocks the full potential of your network, keeping your connection smooth and speedy.