• Cables & Wires

  • Network Camera Wire

    CAT6 network cable is the choice for professionals to reach speeds up to 1000 MBPS on the network. Network cable has several uses in CCTV applications. It can be used to run analog CCTV video signals using Video Baluns up to 1000ft, it can be used to run RS485 signals for PTZ cameras, and of course is used to wire IP network cameras. CAT6 cabling is superior to CAT5e because of its thicker gauge wire and hence the ability to run current and video/data signals longer distances.

  • Outdoor Burial Network Cable

    Burial CAT5e network cable for use in commercial or professional grade installations. The cable comes on a wooden 1000ft spool. The cables is shielded, and comes with a tough sheath to protect against the elements. Can be used for burial or for direct exposure to the elements.

  • RG-59 Siamese Coax Cable

    RG59 Siamese CCTV cable allows installers to run both the video and power to security cameras (analog CCTV, 720p and 1080p HD cameras) using a single cable run. RG-59 coaxial cable comes in 500 and 1000 foot spools and is available in black or white colors. The RG59 cable that CCTV Camera Pros supplies has a solid copper core and 95% copper braided shielding. This is the best type of coax cable to use for CCTV and HD CCTV installations. RG59 and RG6 cable with steel / copper clad core that is made for CATV (cable TV) should NOT be used for video surveillance installations. RG59 is cut by DIY and professional installers to the exact length that you need for each camera run. The RG59 portion of the cable is COAX and is used to run the video to the security camera. The 18 gauge pair is used to run the AC or DC power to your cameras.

  • Burial Siamese Coax Cable

    Outdoor cable runs have two obstacles to overcome: distance and the elements. The Outdoor Burial RG59 cable has been specially designed with added protection from the elements and electromagnetic interference to overcome these obstacles and give you the best possible signal. The signal transmitted through any cable will become weaker over long distances. This is because of attenuation. There are some things you can do to reduce attenuation and get a better signal. Sewell’s Direct Burial Cable has a pure copper conductor and dual shielding, including a 95% braid. That means you will get the best signal quality available, even over long distances. This cable comes with a PE (polyethylene) jacket instead of the standard PVC jacket used in most coax cables. The PE jacket makes this cable extremely resistant to cold weather, moisture, chemicals, abrasion, cutting, and even lightening. It also has a special gel-like substance in the jacket that blocks water and moisture corroding your conductor and damaging your signal. If you bury your coax cable without this added protection you risk moisture and contaminates entering the cable and corrode your shielding and conductor. Having power and data cables run together cuts your installation time in half by requiring you to run only one cable. The term “Siamese cable” refers to a type of cable that combines video and power into one package. That means that in addition to the RG6 video cable, there are also separately insulated power cables included in the cable. That allows you to provide the proper power to your equipment without interfering with the video signal.