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CAT5E CMXF Outdoor Direct Burial 24AWG 8 Conductor Black 1000' Cable

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High-Performance Data Cable
350MHz Bandwidth for Data Applications, Fast Ethernet and 155Mbps TP-PMD/CDDI
Category-5E Unshielded Twisted Pair
Easily Identified Color-Striped Pairs
24AWG Solid Copper Conductors
Exceeds TIA/EIA-568C.2, ISO/IEC 11801
CAN/CSA -C22.2 No. 214
Direct Burial Gel Filled (Flooded Core)
ETL Listed, 1000ft Pull Box
Compatible with outdoor above ground, direct burial (not recommended for cell towers)
Authorized Dealer

CAT5E Direct Burial Gel Filled (Flooded Core).pdf

Technical Data
Rated Temperature:
-40~75 ºC
Rated Voltage: 30v
Product Standard Certification: CMX
Application: Horizontal Wiring in LAN
Reference Standard: TIA/EIA 568 & ISO/IEC 11801
Conductor: Solid Bare Copper
Conductor Size: 24 AWG
Insulation: PE
Insulation Average Thickness: 0.208mm
Insulation Min. Point Thickness: 0.186mm
Insulation Diameter (±0.005mm): 0.91
Insulation Twisted Pair Diameter (±0.01): 1.92
Filler: Gel
Assembly Dia. (±0.2mm): 4.00
Jacket: LLDPE (UV)
Jacket Average Thickness: 0.60mm
Jacket Min. Point Thickness: 0.54mm
Jacket Outer Diameter (±0.10mm): 5.40
Jacket Rip Cord: Yes

Color Pairs
Pair 1:
Blue, White-Blue
Pair 2: Orange, White-Orange
Pair 3: Green, White-Green
Pair 4: Brown, White-Brown

1000ft Pull Box CAT5E Cable

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