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Our Elite Cat5e stranded bulk patch cable is perfect for custom installations. Able to be cut down to custom lengths this Cat5e patch cable is useful in many areas. It meets gigabit networking requirements. Our Cat5e stranded cm bulk cable is rated for 350MHz frequencies. Stranded cable is very flexible and great for short runs. This Cat5e cable is shielded meaning it is great for protection against EMI and signal interference. The structure is F/UTP which has the shielding wrapped around all 4 twisted pairs. At 26AWG this Cat5e cable is very thin and saves you space in your network. All 1000 feet comes evenly packaged on a wooden spool for easy pulling during install.
|Cable O.D.||5.4 ± 0.2 mm|
|Conductor||Stranded, Pure Copper|
|Conductor O.D.||0.80 - 0.83 ± 0.02 mm|
|Installation Temp||0°C to 60°C|
|Bending Radius||4 X Overall Diameter|
|PoE||IEEE 802.3af,at | PoE, PoE+|
|Applications||100BASE-T and 1Gb|
Q: When should you use stranded cable?
A: Stranded cable is constructed to be more flexible than solid cable. This means it has more flex and less susceptible to damage in tight areas. This makes this type of cable perfect for short cable runs and creating patch cables. Learn more here: What is stranded cable?
Q: Where can you install CM rated cable?
A: CM rated cable is constructed for general use areas. This is typically open areas and not inside walls. Stranded cable can be installed inside networking enclosures and boxes.
Q: Does this cable come with certification marked on the jacket?
A: Absolutely! This cable as do all our other cables have the safety certification marked on the jacket (UL and ETL). Safety first !
Q: What's the difference between solid vs stranded Cat5e?
A: Solid Cat5e cable is constructed to be ran over longer distances in your home, business or office. Solid cable gives you more strength for pulls and can be put inside walls. Stranded Cat5e cable is more flexible than solid and is typically used for creating patch cables.
Q: When should you used shielded cable?
A: Shielded cable is perfect for areas with EMI (Electromagnetic Interference). This is common in doctors & dentist offices, business, areas around cell towers and power lines. You can learn more here: what is shielded ethernet cable?