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Small Diameter CAT 6A Cables: The Future of 6A

Belden’s 10GXS Cables provide a simple design without compromising performance and quality, ensuring robust performance and reliable networks.

NEW! Bonded-Pair 10GXS small diameter CAT 6A cable is now available!

Maximize your installable performance with bonded-pair small diameter Category 6A.

Simplicity and Elegance in Design

10GXS Cables Are Faster And Easier To Install


Small Diameter

Small Diameter

Saves up to 25% on space and weight with small OD

Rounder Jacket

Rounder Jacket

EquiSpline™ ensures structural integrity and maintains distance between pairs

Smaller Bend Radius

Smaller Bend Radius

Accommodates tighter spaces and workstations

Fewer Twists

Fewer Twists

Easier to separate pairs for faster installation

Easy Tape Removal

Easy Tape Removal

Easy to remove barrier tape for faster termination

For more than 20 years, customers have relied on our patented bonded-pair technology to ensure physical integrity throughout the installation and use. Maximize your installable performance with bonded-pair 10GXS cables.

Performance without Compromise

10GXS Cables Exceed Industry Standards


Reduces Heat Transfer

Reduces Heat Transfer

EquiBlock™ Barrier Technology achieves uniform heat flow dissipation while maintaining insertion loss performance

Less Noise

Less Noise

Other Category 6A solutions have an average of 200% more noise coupling than 10GXS Cables

Highest Power Rating

Highest Power Rating

Energy efficient with less risk of system slow down through 100W


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