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CAT6 CMR (Red) 23/4 Pair Bare Copper 1000 ft 23 Gauge Ethernet Cable

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CAT6 Red CMR Rated Riser 23/4 Pair Bare Copper 1000 ft 23 Gauge Ethernet Cable

Condition: New

Supports all Gigabit Ethernet/1000BAST-T/IEEE 802.3ab, ATM up to 155 Mbps, 100 Mbps Fast Ethernet 100BASE-T/IEEE 802.3, ANSI.X3.263 FDDI TP-PMD, Ethernet 10BASE-T/IEEE 802.3, 4 & 16 Mbps Token Ring/IEEE 802.5, T1/E1, xDSL, ISDN, 550 MHz Broadband Video and standards under development such as ATM at 622 Mbps, 1.2, 2.4 and 4.8 Gbps

23 AWG Solid Bare Copper
Number of Conductors or Pairs: 4 Pair
Jacket Material: CMR Rated Polyvinyl Chloride
Nominal Overall Cable Diameter: 0.240 in.
Approximate Cable Weight: 34 lbs/1000 ft.

Electrical & Physical Properties
Temperature Rating:
0 degrees celsius to 50 degrees celsius (Installation); -2 degrees celsius to 60 degrees celsius (Operation)
Velocity of Propagation: 70%
Mutual Capacitance: 14 pF/ft Nominal
Capacitance Unbalance: 330 pF/ft maximum
Maximum Conductor D.C.R.: 28.6 ohm/1000 ft
Maximum D.C.R. Unbalance: 3%
Maximum Delay Skew: 18 ns/100m
Minimum Bend Radius: 1.0 in.

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