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Bulk Cat6 UTP 1000ft CCA Ethernet Cable 23 AWG Pull Box Indoor Network Installations - White

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Bulk Cat6 UTP 1000ft CCA Ethernet Cable 23 AWG Pull Box Indoor Network Installations - White

Cat6 UTP CCA 23 AWG bulk ethernet cable comes in an easy-to-use pull box and is ideal for your network installation. This unshielded cable comes in its own spool box and is connector free, giving the user the freedom to customize the length, wiring, and application.

  • Cable Type - Cat6e bulk ethernet cable, 1000ft roll, connector free. Suitable for Fast, Gigabit, and 10-Gigabit Ethernet
  • Material - CCA (Copper Clad Aluminum) 23 AWG
  • Solid UTP - (4-pair unshielded twisted pair) wire for economic use
  • Easy Spool Box - Ideal for network installation. For indoor use, patch cables, and crossover cables
  • Color - Outside jacket comes in a white finish

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

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

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