24 AWG (0.5 mm) solid annealed bare copper 1000' Cat5e


Cat 5e 350 MHz Cable, 4 Pair, UTP Solid 1000 FT UL List

Ideal For Your Network Installation

1000-Foot Cat5e 350Mhz Solid PVC CMR Cable

With voice, data, video and security capabilities, our Cat5e 350Mhz Bulk Cable is ideal for your network installation. Whether you are wiring your home, office or entire campus, we have the solution thatís right for you. our 350Mhz cable can be installed just about anywhere. It also comes in various colors for easy identification and color-coding. Need standards-based cabling thatís easy on your budget? Remember us for your next project! Exceeding Cat5e 100Mhz standards, our Bulk Cabling has got you covered!


  • Networking cable, category 5e LAN cable,
  • 24 AWG (0.5 mm) solid annealed bare copper
  • 4 pair unshielded twisted pair, wrapped as pairs (utp)
  • 1000ft/UL listed

UL Listed for both safety and performance

  • 4 Pair
  • UTP - Unshielded Twisted Pair
  • 1000 Feet
  • Solid Annealed Bare  Copper, 24 AWG
  • Packaged in pull boxes
  • Ultra smooth jacket that makes this cable easy to pull in tight spaces.
  • Twisted pairs are brightly colored and distinguishable at a glance.
  • Whites are striped to match corresponding color pairs.
  • Comes standard with ripcord to assist in stripping PVC jacket.
  • Length marked every two feet, so you always know how much is left in the box.
  • Sweep-tested over 350 MHZ.
  • UL Certified.
  • Manufacturer is ISO9002 certified.


  • Gigabit Ethernet
  • 1000 Base-T
  • Broad Band Video
  • T1
  • ISDN
  • Fast Ethernet: 10 Base-T, 100 Base-T4, 100 Base-X
  • 100 Base-VG
  • 4 Mbps Token Ring
  • ATM 155 Mbps

Use this cable to wire for computer networks and/or phones, CCTV. Please note: Plenum is a fire code rating--there is no difference between the data transmission performance of plenum and non-plenum cable.

***This is non-plenum cable.**

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  • Model: DSC-CAT5E-1000
  • Shipping Weight: 28lbs
  • 50 Units in Stock

This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 29 January, 2011.

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