22AWG RG59 w/ 18AWG Power Siamese Cable - 500ft
    Product # 9909
    22AWG RG59 w/ 18AWG Power Siamese Cable - 500ft
    Product # 9909
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    22AWG RG59 w/ 18AWG Power Siamese Cable - 500ft

    This bulk cable is designed to provide both a video and power connection to a CCTV security camera. The video line is made of 22 AWG shielded RG-59 video cable with an impedance of 75 ohms. The power line is made with a pair of 18AWG copper conductors. With bulk cable, you can create a cable of the perfect length for each of your camera installations.

    This cable does not include connectors. You must obtain connectors separately and terminate the cable yourself. Please see the specifications page for more details.

    Center Conductor 22AWG Copper Clad Aluminum solid conductor, 0.108" diameter
    Dielectric Foamed PE, 0.285" diameter over dielectric
    Inner Shield Aluminum/Poly tape, 100% coverage, 0.291" diameter
    Outer Shield 34AWG Tin/Copper Braid, 85% coverage, 0.320" diameter
    Jacket PE or FR-PVC, CMR/CATVR fire rated
    Jacket Thickness 0.043"
    Jacket Outer Diameter 0.405" ±0.008"
    Minimum Bend Radius 2"
    Operating Temperature -40 to +185°F (PE)
    -4 to +140°F (PVC)
    Tensile Strength 160 lbs
    Cable Weight 0.068 lbs/ft nominal
    Jacket Spark 4000 VAC
    Dielectric Strength
    Conductor to Shield
    3 sec @ 2500 VAC
    Impedance 75 ohms ± 2 ohms
    Velocity of Propagation 85.0% Nominal
    Capacitance 23.9 pF/ft Nominal
    Conductor DC Resistance 1.32 ohms/1000 feet
    Shield DC Resistance 2.10 ohms/1000 feet
    Cutoff Frequency 16.2 GHz
    Insulation Resistance 100,000 Mohm/1000 feet
    Peak Power 16.0 KW


    10 Reviews

    86% of the reviewers recommend this product

    • Tom Dirham,
    •  Twinsburg, OH 
    • 7/18/2016 8:26:41 AM

    Pros: Easier to fish one cable than two.

    Cons: Kinks in the spool led to one of the runs not working.

    Some kinks in the cable were noticed during install, but we assumed it would work as advertised. Installed cable... you guessed it, run doesn't work. Contacted Monoprice and they readily gave a refund for 20% of the price of the spool. So, that covers the cable lost, unless I need that 100' in which case I'll have to either buy a new 500' spool or a much more expensive 100' cable. Plus, Monoprice wouldn't cover even the BNC connectors wasted in the first install, not to mention the time and hassle.

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    Great Product

    • Anonymous,
    •  Pittsburgh, PA 
    • 2/11/2016 9:37:22 AM

    These boxed spools of cable were perfect. Still using them, but seriously saved me on costs and couplers since Im running cables beyond 300ft.

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    • Mike,
    •  West Reading, PA 
    • 7/16/2014 9:14:20 AM

    Pros: not terribly expensive

    Cons: The main conductor in this cable isn't copper which made a picture quality difference on longer runs. For the same price you can get solid copper rg6 from other sources. Power cable was fine.

    For short runs less than 100 feet its fine. Anything close to that or longer get rg6 siamese. Price difference is negligible and not a bad idea even for shorter runs. Unfortunately monoprice doesn't carry it.

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    Works As Described

    • Mr Terwilliger,
    •  North Riverside, IL 
    • 4/10/2014 10:00:50 AM

    Pros: High quality cable with good shielding. Relatively good pricing.

    Cons: Nothing to stop anyone from buying this.

    Only thing to note since it's siamese when you split the two leads and start working the RG59 there's always a little bit of the plastic that connected the two wires left over that gives resistance when you put the compression fitting over. I failed to realize this at first and had my first three wires turn out dead because I thought they were bottoming out in the connector but it was just the little connector plastic on the side. Either trim that part or just be sure to make sure it's secure past when you think it is.
    One other bit of advice for anyone trying this, Check continuity or plug the camera in before crimping. Compression style Jacks will work before they're crimped. If you don't have video you know something is wrong before you crimp it and waste a jack. Learn from my mistakes.

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    Siamese Cable

    • Evan,
    •  Topeka, KS 
    • 3/3/2014 6:52:37 AM

    Pros: Video and power in one cable.

    Cons: Does not install itself!

    It's cable. Does the job.

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