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L-com Launches Antibacterial Cat6a Ethernet Cables That Inhibit Bacteria Growth Up to 99.9%

Published: May 28, 2021

L-com, an Infinite Electronics brand and a preferred manufacturer of wired and wireless connectivity products, recently announced it has released a new line of antibacterial Cat6a cables.

The new cables “are ideal for use in medical offices, hospitals, classrooms and other places where the pathogens are commonly found, and where an extra layer of protection is required to avoid infecting staff, patients, customers and students,” according to the L-com announcement.

L-com’s new antibacterial Cat6a cable line includes 30 models that feature a cable, plug and boot that resist 99.9% of bacteria including staphylococcus, E. coli and MRSA.

These cables are compliant with ISO 22196:2011 antibacterial test standards and are available with LSZH or PVC jackets and in UTP 24AWG or S/FTP 26AWG construction. These unique cables are channel tested to 10Gbps Cat6a standards.

“In a world still managing the spread of COVID, antibacterial Ethernet cable assemblies can protect your application by keeping it clean and sterile while also providing the quality and performance you typically expect from L-com’s Ethernet products,” said L-com product line manager Dustin Guttadauro.

L-com’s new antibacterial Cat6a cables are in-stock and available for same-day shipping.

Other Pandemic-Related AV Products

L-Com is the latest company to launch a product aimed at minimizing the spread of germs in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

Among them are Peerless-AV’s solutions for public health preparedness and viral transmission prevention.

The products include an occupancy control Kiosk, three variations of temperature-sensing digital signage kiosks and temperature-sensor tabletop and floor stand mounts “that will allow businesses to communicate and implement proper health standards in real time.”

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These new health protocol solutions are made in the U.S. and available for immediate deployment in a variety of settings, such as corporate, retail, hospitality, education, transit and more.

Several other companies have released products that feature ultraviolet light that’s been proven to kill and eliminate germs.

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Tagged with: Coronavirus, COVID-19

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