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1000 ft. 23/4-Gauge Category 6 Riser Internet Wire - White

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Use this 1,000 ft. 23/4-Gauge Category 6 Riser White Internet Wire to transfer Internet data indoors. This riser-rated connector is comprised of 4 color-coded wire pairs.

  • For interior internet connections
  • 4 wire pairs of different colors
  • Riser rated
  • UL listed

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A/V Cable 
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1-UL Listed,CSA Listed,ETL Listed 
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CCA vs. Bare Wire. Not a question, but a comment.

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September 11, 2014
It's not noted in the online description (as of right now) but this is "bare copper" wire. That's the best type of CAT-6 wire you can use which is why this might seem expensive. It doesn't mean that the wire has no coating - it means that the metal used in the wire is copper all the way through.

Some inferior wire is called CCA, or copper-clad aluminum, which this wire is not. It's basically aluminum wire with a very thin copper coating. That may be good for runs under 50 feet or so, but if you go over roughly 100 feet, you might have issues reaching gigabit speeds.

Thought that might be some helpful info.
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Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Ok in a pinch but not quality Cat6 wire Having done a number of commercial networks and using several different brands of wire, this is the cheapest Cat6 I've seen. The wire worked and was for a rush replacement so it worked out but if I had time to find another I would have. This wire has no plastic core to keep the wires seperated, which granted will not be a problem for most but can affect speed and also makes this cable very easy to kink. Most of the Cat5e cable I install feels more substantial than this cable. The price is actually slightly more than the nicer cables with a core. November 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Solid White I was pulling wire by myself and the wire rolled out of the boxes like hair out of butter. I did not have the need for another person to simply feed me the wire. Wire quality was excellent. Will use again. January 14, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Bad wire Be careful if you use this wire. Had a few boxes of bad wire that was unable pass certification for cat6, had the same with 5e. It was only the boxes of white wire that we had issues with. November 13, 2014
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