CAT6 FTP/UTP/SFTP Cable, UL list, pass FLUKE TEST

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Model Number:

LC64P057BC101

Type:

Cat 6,Cat6 FTP

Number of Conductors:

8

color:

optional

Application:

Networking

Certification:

UL,c-UL,ISO9001,RoHS

Jacket:

PVC/FR-PVC/LSOH

Conductor:

BC/CCA/CCS

Insulation:

0.28mm PE

Braiding:

TC/Aluminum Magnesium alloy Solid(SFTP)

23AWG CAT6 FTP Cable:

UL list, pass FLUKE TEST

Rated Temperature:

75°C



Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:Carton box,Wooden reel,305m/box,200m/coil,300m/500m/drum Inter packing: wooden reel,plastic reel or paper reel Outer packing: carton box,pull out box
Delivery Detail:7-15 work days

Specifications

1. cable cat6 
2.CE/UL/CCC/ROHS/ANATEL ALL PASS 
3. factory price 
4.21 years lan cable experience 
5. 7-15 days delivery time


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