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I bought several of these six months ago. Some of my runs were 75' feet. They are terrible. I had different network devices reporting network errors. I've replace them all with traditional round network cables, and the problems went away.

Maybe I just got a bad lot, but I realized for a network backbone, it's doesn't make sense to cheap out on discount cables. I have many expensive devices that were not performing because I tried to save $20. Lesson learned.
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just get some CAT6 cable that's in wall rated, it'll be far more durable than these, since i'm assuming for cameras you'll be pulling through walls/attics/basement/whatever. you'll also never need the crosstalk requirements for CAT7 for cameras (even though there really isn't a standard with RJ45 connectors, these cables are just marked at CAT7).

it'll probably be a pain, since it's all molded/encapsulated in PVC... if you've ever used UF style in ground cable, it'll probably be similar, just a lot smaller and with stranded wire. not sure why you'd buy cables and cut them to length, just buy a box of CAT6 and make cables as you need them.
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Nice find
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How good will this be for security cameras.
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Nice. In for 100' white. Thank you!
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50Ft-Blk for 1, just what I need, thanks op.
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How good will this be for security cameras.
Decent but cat6 would also be fine
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I was looking for CAT 7 cables. GOOD!

But, can I cut this cable? I cut and re-crimp several rounded(or fat) CAT 6 cables. I heard these FLAT cables hard to do or impossible to do. Any idea?
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I was looking for CAT 7 cables. GOOD!

But, can I cut this cable? I cut and re-crimp several rounded(or fat) CAT 6 cables. I heard these FLAT cables hard to do or impossible to do. Any idea?
Test it out for yourself and let us know. Wink
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How good will this be for security cameras.
just get some CAT6 cable that's in wall rated, it'll be far more durable than these, since i'm assuming for cameras you'll be pulling through walls/attics/basement/whatever. you'll also never need the crosstalk requirements for CAT7 for cameras (even though there really isn't a standard with RJ45 connectors, these cables are just marked at CAT7).
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I was looking for CAT 7 cables. GOOD!

But, can I cut this cable? I cut and re-crimp several rounded(or fat) CAT 6 cables. I heard these FLAT cables hard to do or impossible to do. Any idea?
it'll probably be a pain, since it's all molded/encapsulated in PVC... if you've ever used UF style in ground cable, it'll probably be similar, just a lot smaller and with stranded wire. not sure why you'd buy cables and cut them to length, just buy a box of CAT6 and make cables as you need them.
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just get some CAT6 cable that's in wall rated, it'll be far more durable than these, since i'm assuming for cameras you'll be pulling through walls/attics/basement/whatever. you'll also never need the crosstalk requirements for CAT7 for cameras (even though there really isn't a standard with RJ45 connectors, these cables are just marked at CAT7).

it'll probably be a pain, since it's all molded/encapsulated in PVC... if you've ever used UF style in ground cable, it'll probably be similar, just a lot smaller and with stranded wire. not sure why you'd buy cables and cut them to length, just buy a box of CAT6 and make cables as you need them.
I suggestions on cat 6 is in wall rated.
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I was looking for CAT 7 cables. GOOD!

But, can I cut this cable? I cut and re-crimp several rounded(or fat) CAT 6 cables. I heard these FLAT cables hard to do or impossible to do. Any idea?
Curious why you need cat 7 cable? No real speed difference for most
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just get some CAT6 cable that's in wall rated, it'll be far more durable than these, since i'm assuming for cameras you'll be pulling through walls/attics/basement/whatever. you'll also never need the crosstalk requirements for CAT7 for cameras (even though there really isn't a standard with RJ45 connectors, these cables are just marked at CAT7).

it'll probably be a pain, since it's all molded/encapsulated in PVC... if you've ever used UF style in ground cable, it'll probably be similar, just a lot smaller and with stranded wire. not sure why you'd buy cables and cut them to length, just buy a box of CAT6 and make cables as you need them.
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Curious why you need cat 7 cable? No real speed difference for most

Thank you for advisement.
I plan to install a new cable setups for 4K 8MP IP camera. I thought CAT7 is future-proof and a better option than CAT6 or CAT5e. That's the only reason.
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Thank you for advisement.
I plan to install a new cable setups for 4K 8MP IP camera. I thought CAT7 is future-proof and a better option than CAT6 or CAT5e. That's the only reason.
Cat 6 should be perfectly fine to handle multiple 4K and even 8K streams down the road.
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never mind. deleted.
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