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Bulk Cat6 UTP 1000ft CCA Ethernet Network Cable 23 AWG Pull Box Outdoor Direct Burial - Black

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Bulk Cat6 UTP 1000ft CCA Ethernet Network Cable 23 AWG Pull Box Outdoor Direct Burial - Black

Cat6 UTP CCA 23 AWG bulk ethernet cable comes in an easy-to-use pull box and is ideal for your network installation. The cable is connector free and includes waterproof shielding for outdoor direct burial.

  • Cable Type - Cat6 bulk ethernet cable, 1000ft roll, connector free. Suitable for Fast, Gigabit, and 10-Gigabit Ethernet
  • Material - Solid CCA (Copper Clad Aluminum) 23 AWG. Waterproof Shielding (Not UV rated)
  • Solid UTP - (4-pair unshielded twisted pair) cables for economic use
  • Easy Spool Box - Ideal for network installation. Applications include direct burial, outdoors, and other environments where the cable may need a waterproof shield, but Not meant for direct sunlight
  • Color - Outside jacket comes in a black finish

Please note this is a Cat6 style cable made from CCA (Copper Clad Aluminum). If you need "commercial grade" or will be using this for POE applications, then you will need Cat6 cable made from pure copper.

Cable Length:1000 feet
Color: Black
Gauge: 23AWG
Copper Clad Aluminum
Dielectric: 1.02mmPE
Outer jacket: 6.0+/-0.1mmPVC
Measurements: 41x41x22cm

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