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Telephone Cable CW1308 Six Core White (priced per metre)

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• Reel Deal - Half price when bought as a full reel (See below)

To BT specification CW1308A high specification cable for use in wiring telephone line outlet sockets. It is also ideal for use in other low voltage, low current applications. The cable contains four solid tinned annealed copper conductors, each 0.5mm diameter, insulated with colour-coded PVC. Overall insulation is in white PVC.

Purchasing information and Reel deal

This product is sold in units of 1 metre, up to a maximum length in 1 piece of 100 metres. Orders placed for a quantity of 100 units, or multiples of 100 units will be supplied on a reel; otherwise the cable will be supplied cut to length.


1. White - blue 2. Blue - white
3. White - orange 4. Orange - white
5. White - green 6. Green - white
Nom. conductor area: 0.2mm2
Max. working voltage: 80V
Max. current per core: 0.25A
Overall diameter: 6-core: 4.5mm

Told by phone engineer I need a telephone cable 14 metres long to connect from where BT line enters house to main socket for fibre broadband router and phone. Will this cable be suitable or is there a better option? Thanks.

Asked by: Eskimo Nell
Whilst this cable is suitable for making telephone extensions within your property it is not a task to be taken lightly or without the right tools. There are many online help pages and forums that can guide you but there are equally as many tales of woe. If you are in any way unsure with regards to the telephony equipment sockets or wiring then it would be unwise to undertake such a task. Remember that the wiring and sockets do not belong to you, you simply "lease" them from the phone company, if you tamper and they have to come and fix it they will charge you handsomely.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2018-02-18
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