LAN Cables Price List in Philippines for December, 2018 

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LAN cables in the Philippines are used for computer networking. These include Coax and Ethernet cables. If you have difficulties running these cables in your house or in the office, here are some tips to keep in mind. You can also check out the latest LAN cables below.

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Top LAN Cables Price List 2018

Top 10 products Price Store
Intel X540-T2 ₱ 16,626.00 Lazada
Vention VPC7SSTP ₱ 375.00 Lazada
D-LINK DKVM-CU5 Cable ₱ 1,895.00 Lazada
Vention VPC6SSTP ₱ 1,720.00 Lazada
305M Ad-Link UTP Lan Cable Cat5e Grey ₱ 1,255.00 Lazada
100M CAT5 5e High Speed LAN Network Cable Grey ₱ 669.00 Lazada
ERA Ethernet Cable High Speed CAT6e Flat Ethernet Network LAN Cable for Home Office ₱ 349.00 Lazada
Cat5e Lan Cable 20 Meter - intl ₱ 975.00 Lazada
5m CAT6 RJ45 Ethernet LAN Network Ethernet Cable Flat Cord Patch Lead for PC Internet Router - intl ₱ 296.00 Lazada
UTP Cat6 100m LAN Cable ₱ 1,995.00 Lazada
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Intel X540-T2

Cheapest at Lazada ₱ 18,382.00 ₱ 16,626.00 Go to Shop

Tips on How to Run LAN Cables More Efficiently

Whether you work in an office or from home as a freelancer, you'll probably have to pull some LAN cables during your career. Find out how you can make the job a little easier with these tips.

Start with the basics

When pulling CAT 5 (and other types) of LAN cables in the Philippines, it is important to remember a few things. The small gauge conductors inside unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cables are easily broken when too much force is applied to them while you're pulling them. Many manufacturers suggest that a pressure not exceeding 35 to 50 pounds should be applied to this kind of cable.

Also, these types of cable shouldn't be bent sharply around corners. Bends should generally have a minimum radius of no less than 5 inches. UTP is also subject to electronic distortion in the form of radio frequency interference (RFI), most often from the ballast transformers found in fluorescent light fixtures. This means that these LAN cables should be run at least 3 feet away from these fixtures to minimize signal loss.

Get the right tools

If you have problems fishing a cable through ceilings and walls, then it becomes easier to do if you have the right set of tools. Aside from the basic hand tools, such as screwdrivers and pliers, it’s best to have a set of unusual items like a telescoping fishing pole. These items will be invaluable in helping you make your job easier.

Mind distance limitations

If you have tried running any LAN cable, you know that the typical distance limitation for UTP cabling with typical Ethernet is 100 meters. However, if you're installing LAN chords for some other purposes, such as 10 Gbps or 40 Gbps, consider the distance limitations associated with the type of cabling you intend to use. For instance, if you want to run 10 Gbps for up to 100 meters through twisted pair cabling, make sure you use Category 6A or a better cable.

Do not run LAN cables in parallel with electrical cables

Bear in mind that the magnetic field produced by the low voltage running through the cable is a key component of the communications chain. When you run UTP cables in parallel with electrical cables, that magnetic field is disrupted and the communication becomes noisy and garbled. In many instances, transmissions will not be able to push through from Point A to Point B. If you have to install LAN cables near electrical cables, cross them in perpendicular instead.

Use cable management

Although a rack-based cable management in the Philippines comes with a price, it makes cable maintenance way easier. Keep in mind that the cabling work won't stop with the initial installation. Additional cables will be included, and things will be changed. Also, don't forget to label appropriate cords, color-code cables, or come up with some other kind of process to make it easier to identify cords later on.

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