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1,000ft Cat5e Ethernet Cable

CABLE-V001

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Customer Reviews

Based on 360 reviews
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(228)
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Anonymous
CCA is aluminm wire

This is aluminum cabling.CCA causes problems, poor connections.Higher resistance than copper cabling.

A
Anonymous
Cheap Alternative

If you are looking for 100% copper wire this isn’t it tough to pull from box without Kinking.

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Anonymous
Complete Junk Made Several cables all had shorts

 I may not be a professional cable maker but I have been in IT for over 30yrs now and have made more than my fair share of cables. I tried 4 different times each at different spots from the beginning of the roll at 25, 50 and 75 feet in all with same results and shorts of varying levels. I’m using a decent Klein stripper, and crimper tool and high quality RJ45 ends… nothing worked. So as far as I can tell there is something going on inside the jacket of this cable and shorting it out. Unfortunately I don’t have a $2000 Fluke to tell me where its at. I dont make enough cables for home here to justify such an expensive tool.

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Anonymous
Not solid copper cat5e, not UL rated, not recommended for POE

Aluminum with copper coating, not recommended for POE, not UL, box breaks easily

A
Anonymous
You will spend more time pulling out kinks with cheap wire.

Constantly kinks in the box. If you have someone babysitting the box it might be ok, but for one guy that's a lot of walking back and forth.

About Product
Cat5e UTP (unshielded twisted pair) CCA (Copper Clad Aluminum) 24 AWG bulk ethernet cable in easy to use pull box is ideal for your network installation. Case contains 1,000 ft of wire with dark grey jacket. 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. **Warning! Please note this Ethernet cable is made from Copper Clad Aluminum and therefore is NOT UL, NEC, ETL, or TIA certified. Copper Clad Aluminum cable is not recommended for POE (Power Over Ethernet) applications.
Specifications
  • For indoor use
  • Patch Cables
  • Crossover Cables
  • Other network installations
  • 4-pair unshielded twisted pair
  • Connector-free 1000 ft Cat5e
  • 24 AWG Solid CCA (Copper Clad Aluminum)
  • Gigabit Network Ready
Prop 65 Warning

This product can expose you to chemicals including Vinyl Chloride which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Customer Reviews

Based on 360 reviews
63%
(228)
11%
(39)
6%
(23)
3%
(12)
16%
(58)
A
Anonymous
CCA is aluminm wire

This is aluminum cabling.CCA causes problems, poor connections.Higher resistance than copper cabling.

A
Anonymous
Cheap Alternative

If you are looking for 100% copper wire this isn’t it tough to pull from box without Kinking.

A
Anonymous
Complete Junk Made Several cables all had shorts

 I may not be a professional cable maker but I have been in IT for over 30yrs now and have made more than my fair share of cables. I tried 4 different times each at different spots from the beginning of the roll at 25, 50 and 75 feet in all with same results and shorts of varying levels. I’m using a decent Klein stripper, and crimper tool and high quality RJ45 ends… nothing worked. So as far as I can tell there is something going on inside the jacket of this cable and shorting it out. Unfortunately I don’t have a $2000 Fluke to tell me where its at. I dont make enough cables for home here to justify such an expensive tool.

A
Anonymous
Not solid copper cat5e, not UL rated, not recommended for POE

Aluminum with copper coating, not recommended for POE, not UL, box breaks easily

A
Anonymous
You will spend more time pulling out kinks with cheap wire.

Constantly kinks in the box. If you have someone babysitting the box it might be ok, but for one guy that's a lot of walking back and forth.

Customer Reviews

Based on 360 reviews
63%
(228)
11%
(39)
6%
(23)
3%
(12)
16%
(58)
A
Anonymous
CCA is aluminm wire

This is aluminum cabling.CCA causes problems, poor connections.Higher resistance than copper cabling.

A
Anonymous
Cheap Alternative

If you are looking for 100% copper wire this isn’t it tough to pull from box without Kinking.

A
Anonymous
Complete Junk Made Several cables all had shorts

 I may not be a professional cable maker but I have been in IT for over 30yrs now and have made more than my fair share of cables. I tried 4 different times each at different spots from the beginning of the roll at 25, 50 and 75 feet in all with same results and shorts of varying levels. I’m using a decent Klein stripper, and crimper tool and high quality RJ45 ends… nothing worked. So as far as I can tell there is something going on inside the jacket of this cable and shorting it out. Unfortunately I don’t have a $2000 Fluke to tell me where its at. I dont make enough cables for home here to justify such an expensive tool.

A
Anonymous
Not solid copper cat5e, not UL rated, not recommended for POE

Aluminum with copper coating, not recommended for POE, not UL, box breaks easily

A
Anonymous
You will spend more time pulling out kinks with cheap wire.

Constantly kinks in the box. If you have someone babysitting the box it might be ok, but for one guy that's a lot of walking back and forth.