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CAT6 CMP Bare Copper Plenum 1000ft 550Mhz 23AWG White Network Cable

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CAT6 CMP Bare Copper Plenum 1000ft 550Mhz 23AWG White Network Cable

The LOGICO Cat6 Plenum (CMP) Ethernet Cable is ideal for your voice, data, video and security networking applications. Plenum cables are designed for non-conduit applications with insulation treated to have low smoke & low flame characteristics. This Bare Copper Cat6 Plenum-rated cable is ETL Verified.

  • High speed Cat6 Plenum (CMP) Ethernet cable 4 Solid UTP Unshielded Twisted Pair
  • 23AWG Solid Annealed Bare Copper
  • Polymer Alloy (FEP) insulation + FR Jacket
  • EIA/TIA 568 compliant Category 6 rated to 550Mhz for high performance Ethernet networks
  • 1,000 feet (305 meters) White Jacket / Pull Box


  • Cat6 550MHz CMP 4 Solid UTP Unshielded Twisted Pair
  • 23AWG Conductor
  • Solid Annealed Bare Copper Wire Construction
  • Polymer Alloy (FEP) Insulation Material
  • Flame Retardant PVC Jacket
  • Plenum Jacket
  • ETL Listed
  • ROHS Compliant
  • 10/100/1000 Mbps Certified Transfer Rate
  • White Color
  • 1000 feet (305 meters) Cable Length
  • Pull box
  • Authorized Dealer

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