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1998\05\11@201434 by john pearson

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Thank you for reading

Is it ok to run 15 to 20 cat5 network cables through about 6' of metal
conduit (1-1/4" emt). I hope this is enough info.

Thank you
John

1998\05\11@232846 by Calvin

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Yes, it's ok.

Calvin

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From: john pearson <spam_OUTxeroTakeThisOuTspamCWIA.COM>
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Date: Lunes 11 de Mayo de 1998 7:06 PM
Subject: OT: Network cat5 cabling question


>Thank you for reading
>
>Is it ok to run 15 to 20 cat5 network cables through about 6' of metal
>conduit (1-1/4" emt). I hope this is enough info.
>
>Thank you
>John
>

1998\05\11@235444 by Chris Eddy

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Chris Eddy, PE
Pioneer Microsystems, Inc.

john pearson wrote:

> Thank you for reading
>
> Is it ok to run 15 to 20 cat5 network cables through about 6' of metal
> conduit (1-1/4" emt). I hope this is enough info.
>
> Thank you
> John



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