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This 1000 foot, spool-boxed roll of grey Cat5e bulk cable is a must-have for extensive networking. This unterminated and UTP (unshielded twisted pair) cable is perfect for a plethora of networking applications.
Cat-5e, enhanced Cat-5 cable, is the standard for modern networking - enabled for far end crosstalk and compliant with up to 1000BASE-T standards. This unshielded cable comes in its own spool box and is connector free, giving the user the freedom to customize the length, wiring, and application.
This cable is 1000 feet long and are marked at every foot (marked 0001 - 1000 at each foot).
Wire the cable as either a patch or a crossover cable, use it for Ethernet or any other data transfer applications. Sewell Direct works hard to bring you affordable Cat5e bulk cable solutions.

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