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A: I've never seen a wire with these markings indicating distance used/remaining. Since this product doesn't specifically list this unique feature, I think its safe to say that the wire will not have these markings.
A: You can find Cat6 wires designed for Direct Burial. Look for Ethernet cables that are explicitly labeled as "outdoor-rated" or "direct burial" Cat6 cables. These cables have additional protection against moisture, UV exposure, and mechanical stress.
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A: If its close to electrical wires, EMT would provide more protection from electromagnetic fields. If this is the goal, STP (shielded twisted pair) Cat6 might be an easier solution depending on how much shielding you need. PVC is easier to work with.
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A: This is a bad idea. Concrete is a rigig material, and as it dries and cures, it can exert significant pressure on objects within it. The pressure from the concrete's expansion and contraction as it dries could potentially damage the cable or break it.
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|Brand||Micro Connectors, Inc||Southwire||Micro Connectors, Inc||Micro Connectors, Inc|
|Name||250 ft. CAT 6 Solid STP Outdoor 23AWG Bulk Ethernet Cable Blue||500 ft. Blue 23/4 Solid CU CAT6 CMR (Riser) Data Cable||500 ft. Blue Solid Shielded (STP) CAT6 Outdoor UV Resistant Bulk Ethernet Cable||500 ft. Cat6 Solid-Shielded (STP) Bulk Ethernet (23 AWG) Cable (Blue) with 20 Cat6A/7 Connectors|
|Total Wire Length (ft.)||250 ft||500 ft||500 ft||500 ft|
|Wire Cut Type||Pre-Cut Length||Pre-Cut Length||Pre-Cut Length||Pre-Cut Length|
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