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CAT5E Outdoor with Messenger 24AWG Solid Bare Copper Black 1000' Cable

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Ideal for Outdoor Aerial Applications
Galvanized Steel Messenger for Support
Easily Identified Color-Striped Pairs
24AWG Solid Copper Conductors
Exceeds TIA/EIA-568C.2 Standards
ETL Listed RoHS Compliant
1000ft Wooden Spool
Compatible with aerial applications
Authorized Dealer

CAT5E UTP Outdoor Cable CMX UV Rated with Messenger.pdf

Technical Data
Rated Temperature:
Flammability Test: IEC-332-1
Conductor: Solid Bare Copper
Conductor Size: 24 AWG
Insulation: PE
Insulation Average Thickness: 0.228mm
Insulation Diameter (±0.005mm): 0.97
Insulation Twisted Pair Diameter (±0.01): 1.94
Insulation PE-Tape: Yes
Insulation Drain Wire (TC): 0.40mm
Insulation AL-Foil: Yes
Insulation PE-Tape: Yes
Assembly Diameter: 4.80
Messenger: Galvanized Steel
Messenger Diameter: 1.30mm
Jacket (Black): LLDPE
Jacket Average Thickness: 0.80mm x 0.65mm
Jacket Outer Diameter (±0.10mm): 6.50 x 2.60
Jacket Rip Cord: Yes (Nylon)

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

1000ft Wooden Spool CAT5E Cable

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