CAT5e standard and above, outdoor, meter-marked...
Large and varied range of networking reels of all currently accepted standards. Reels perfect for simply running data over a long distance (CCA) or for outdoor use, running power and installing next to power lines.
What's the difference between solid and stranded cat5e/cat6 cable?
Solid cable is when all 8 wires in the network cable are made of solid copper (or alternative). Stranded is when each of the 8 wires are made up of strands.
Solid cable is great for installing in long runs, walls or trunking. It's cheaper to produce and cheaper to buy. It is not good for making patch cables, as it isn't very flexible, is more prone to snap and hard to crimp (crimps find it hard to pierce the solid wire).
Stranded is great for patch cables, as the multi strands make is more pliable, less prone to breakages and easier to use. It is also easy to crimp, as the teeth can go between the stands more easily. It is dearer, but a much better solution for making your own patch cables.