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Shielded copper cable, category 6 F/UTP, CM, 4-pair, conductors are 23 AWG construction with HDPE insulation, twisted in pairs, separated by a divider, surrounded by a metallic foil shield and protected by a flame-retardant PVC jacket, blue.

Specifications

Overall Length (ft.) 1000
Overall Length (m) 305
Jacket Material Polyvinyl chloride
Conductor Gauge (AWG) 23
Nominal Diameter (In.) 0.296
Nominal Diameter (mm) 7.5
Insulation Diameter (In.) 0.04
Insulation Diameter (mm) 1.2
Number of Pairs 4
Sub Brand PanNet
Maximum Operating Temperature (°C) 75
Maximum Operating Temperature (°F) 167
Minimum Operating Temperature (°C) -20
Minimum Operating Temperature (°F) -4
Maximum Installation Temperature (°F) 122
Package Type Reel
Color Blue
Flammability Rating CM
Length (ft.) 1000
Application Indoor
Cable Type F/UTP
Note Available in Asia Pacific and South America
Part Features Descending length cable markings, Overall foil, Third party tested and Reel packaging
Performance Level Category 6
Voltage 80V
RoHS Compliancy Status Compliant
Min. Order Qty. 12

Packaging Detail

UPC 07498319514
Std. Pkg. Qty. 1
Std. Pkg. Volume (cf) 3.7869
Std. Ctn. Qty. 12
Std. Ctn. Volume (cf) 45.4422

Resources

Specification Sheets US English
Catalogs Preferred Parts for Network Infrastructure Australia US English
Line Cards Copper Cabling Infrastructure Offering: D-COLC11 US English
Technology Briefs Color-Coding Considerations for Identification of Horizontal Cabling: COTB09--WW-ENG US English
Brochures Shielded Copper Cabling System Brochure US English
Certifications ETL Report of Test (Channel): 100506464CRT-001g US English
Catalogs Network Infrastructure for the Enterprise Preferred Parts – South Asia US English
Brochures Shielded Copper Cabling System UK English
Technology Briefs Power Over Ethernet With Panduit Copper Cabling US English