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100' Monoprice Cat5e Snagless RJ45 24AWG Pure Bare Copper Wire Ethernet Patch Cable EXPIRED

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Monoprice has Monoprice Cat5e Snagless RJ45 24AWG Pure Bare Copper Wire Ethernet Patch Cables (various sizes/colors) on sale when you apply the corresponding promotion codes listed below. Shipping is free.

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Note, must add a quantity of 2 cables to cart then apply the listed promo code to receive discount.Key Features:
  • Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) Category 5e Ethernet cable
  • 24AWG stranded, pure bare copper conductors
  • 350MHz bandwidth
  • Snagless cable boot protects the plug retaining clip
  • 50µm gold plated contacts

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that's maybe a bit misleading to say. Solid copper is the spec. if its CCA its not actually CAT5e. The spec is pretty black and white. It seems to be pretty common practice to claim that CCA is cat5e. The only aluminum allowed in the spec is in shielded cable. in the foil.

Perhaps this is something to think about if you use POE? Copper and aluminum have different thermal expansion properties.

There's my 2c, and that's what its worth.

Fluke may now a little more than I do though:
https://www.flukenetworks.com/con...num-cables
Pure copper is what you want for best performance especially over long distances. Since price of copper has gone up many companies switched over to copper clad aluminum to save money.

See link for more info about it. https://www.belden.com/blogs/smar...stay-away/
It's a good price if you need 100 footers. That's the deal. You won't notice anything in real terms, because it's copper.

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Thanks, ordered two different colors.
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Whats the benefit of copper? Thanks
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Whats the benefit of copper? Thanks
It's a good price if you need 100 footers. That's the deal. You won't notice anything in real terms, because it's copper.
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It's a good price if you need 100 footers. That's the deal. You won't notice anything in real terms, because it's copper.
Thanks
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Whats the benefit of copper? Thanks
Pure copper is what you want for best performance especially over long distances. Since price of copper has gone up many companies switched over to copper clad aluminum to save money.

See link for more info about it. https://www.belden.com/blogs/smar...stay-away/
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i can make my own cables but this is a deal for when im lazy
1000ft for $75 or 1000ft spool for $90.. unless you need precise measures for a few runs, this deal is pretty good.
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Any benefit to using this with POE?
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Copper ir what you use when you are broke and don't have fiber...

Kinda...fiber is only used for higher speeds/commercial setups, etc. Everyone else uses copper.
Orrrrrrrr if you can't get fiber in a certain area...
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Whats the benefit of copper? Thanks
Nothing as long as the cable meets spec. All copper wire is typically more expensive.
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Pure copper is what you want for best performance especially over long distances. Since price of copper has gone up many companies switched over to copper clad aluminum to save money.

See link for more info about it. https://www.belden.com/blogs/smar...stay-away/
This isn't really the whole answer. Copper is better for thinner wire but you can use copper clad, it will just need to be thicker. At the end of the day, if they both meet spec, it doesn't matter.
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Copper ir what you use when you are broke and don't have fiber...

Kinda...fiber is only used for higher speeds/commercial setups, etc. Everyone else uses copper.
Fiber is cheaper then copper
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