This is not a Cat. 7 cable but a Cat.6a, so please Galaxus/Digitec correct this in the title and spec please. I really need it now, so I'm not going to return it but it's clearly written 6A on the cable...
There is a button for that... "Report incorrect data", bottom of the specification page.
In spite of the wrong specs, what does it even matter... There is no difference in speed for 15m. Adding to that there is no Cat.7 specified RJ45 connector... There are in my knowledge only two connectorrs standardized for Cat.7 GG45 and TERA
This is actually a LogiLink CQ4111S. Confusing, but the specs from the manufacturer say the copper is for a cat 7 cable certified for 600 MHz (but tested at 800 MHz) and the connectors are cat 6A RJ45 connectors (not the ARJ45 connectors required for cat 7 cables). I guess this means the cable is at the cat 7 quality level, but is not actually a cat 7 cable because the cat 6A connectors don't prevent crosstalk in the same way required for cat 7.
Part No.: CQ4111S EAN: 4052792032215 PU: 18 * Raw cable: Cat.7, 600 MHz, 10 Gigabit * Shielding: S/FTP, pairs in metal foil (PIMF) * Wire: Bare copper, 26/7 AWG * Sheath: LSZH, low smoke zero halogen * Connector: Cat.6A RJ45, gold plated pins * Standard: ISO/IEC11801, TIA/EIA568-C