1000FT 23AWG Cat6 500MHz UTP Solid, Riser Rated (CMR), Bulk Ethernet Bare Copper Cable - White
Avoid having excess Ethernet cable lying around by building your own cables to the exact length needed using this Bulk Ethernet Copper Cable from Monoprice!
- Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) Category 6 Ethernet cable
- 23AWG solid, pure bare copper conductors
- CMR (Riser) fire safety rating
- 500MHz bandwidth
- 1000 foot roll
Monoprice Ethernet cables are made of 100% pure bare copper wire, as opposed to copper clad aluminum (CCA) wire, and are therefore fully compliant with UL Code 444 and National Electrical Code TIA-568-C.2 fire and safety standards, which require pure bare copper wire in communications cables.
97.06% of the reviewers recommend this productADD YOUR REVIEW
- Daren Douglas,
- 12/5/2014 12:56:51 AM
Pros: Easy to pull from the box
Marked with distance used every 2 feet.
I installed 1500 feet of this wiring ini my house and every inch of it works excellent. Tested out my installation and got it verified at 1000Base T which is exactly where I needed it to be. I would definitely use this again when needed.
- Phoenix, AZ
- 9/14/2014 2:35:19 PM
Pros: - Overall good quality.
- Relatively Inexpensive.
- Good shielding.
I've run at least four boxes of this so far, and never had any issues. The inner plastic shielding is very flexible, yet tough enough to prevent internal wiring breaks. Highly recommended.
- Janell Dory,
- San Jose, CA
- 6/25/2014 10:30:01 AM
Pros: Quality cable at great prices. Super speedy and affordable shipping.
Good Quality, Good Price
- Alan McKenzie,
- Santa Barbara, CA
- 6/19/2014 10:58:32 AM
Pros: Cabling is good quality at a very good price! We've purchased several boxes over the past year and have not had ANY problems with it!
This product is highly recommended.
- Tucson, AZ
- 10/17/2012 3:58:43 PM
Pros: High quality cable.
Very little tangling out of the box.
Ships very fast to AZ.
Cons: None really.
This cable is great. For the price, there's really no reason to use Cat5e anymore. It is thicker and heavier than Cat5e, but for most applications that isn't a problem. The cable pulls out pretty well, making pulling long runs by yourself easier (I do make an effort to keep the boxes upright to avoid tangling). Putting RJ45 ends on takes a little longer because of the plastic divider that keeps the pairs from overlapping, but it's not a huge issue. Punching the cable down is no slower than Cat5. The cable is a bit stiff, which I've found to actually be helpful. Sometimes you can push the cable through 10 or 15 feet of conduit without having to fish it.
I also appreciate the coloring that Monoprice uses on their networking cables. Everything is very easy to tell apart. When I'm dealing with existing wire I'll often come across very vague coloring. Brownish orange, lighter brownish orange, off-white, bluish-green once you've got it untwisted a bit or crimped good luck figuring out what's what.