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CAT6 23 AWG UTP 8C Solid Bare Copper 550MHz PVC Jacket 1000 ft Orange

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FEATURES AND BENEFITS: • High-Performance Data Cable • 550MHz Bandwith for Data Applications, Fast Ethernet and 155Mbps TP-PMD/CDDI • Category-6 Unshielded Twisted Pair • Easily Identified Color-Striped Pairs • 23AWG Solid Bare Copper Conductors • Riser Rated (CMR) • 1000ft Pull Box
Technical Data Rated Temperature (ºC) 70 Product Standard Certification CMR Application Horizontal Wiring in LAN
Conductor Solid Bare Copper Size 23AWG Insulation PE Average Thickness (mm) 0.22 Min. Point Thickness (mm) 0.19 Insulation Diameter (±0.005mm) 1.01 Twisted Pair Diameter (±0.01) 2.02
Seperator PP
Assembly Diameter 5.00
Jacket PVC Average Thickness (mm) 0.60 Min. Point Thickness (mm) 0.50 Outer Diameter (±0.10mm) 6.20 Rip Cord Yes
Color of Pairs Pair 1 Blue,White-Blue Pair 2 Orange,White-Orange Pair 3 Green,White-Green Pair 4 Brown,White-Brown
Mechanical Characteristics Test Object Jacket Test Material PVC Before Tensile Strength (Mpa) >=13.8 Aging Elongation (%) >=100 Aging Condition (ºCxhrs) 100x168 After Tensile Strength (Mpa) >=85% of unaged Aging Elongation (%) >=50% of unaged Cold Bend (-20±2º Cx4hrs) No Crack

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