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Siamese Cable (1 RG59/U Single Shield Coax, 1 Power 18/2), 500', Black

SKU: WR182RG5905BK

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RG59/U Coax Cable for Camera Connections

This RG59/U shielded coax cable is excellent for connecting analog cameras to modulators, DVRs, or even directly to a monitor. The cable’s center coaxial conductor is solid bare copper (20AWG) with a copper braid shield. The 2-conductor messenger/power wire is 18 AWG and stranded for ease of installation.

  • RG59/U shielded coax cable for connecting analog cameras
  • Center coaxial conductor (20 AWG) shielded with copper braid
  • Messenger wire is 2-conductor, 18 AWG
  • Packaged in a 500-foot reel

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  • MPN: RG59/U95-S-BK-5-RIB
  • Manufacturer: Structured Cable Products
  • Type: RG59/U Coax
  • Jacket Color: Black
  • Conductors: 3

Center Coaxial Conductor

  • Conductors: 1
  • AWG (American Wire Gauge): 20
  • Material: Solid bare copper with copper braid


  • Conductors: 2 (Red and Black for + and -)
  • AWG (American Wire Gauge): 18, stranded