SolidRun Coax + Ethernet

SKU SW-30365

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Make your cable installation easier with Sewell’s Coax plus Ethernet Siamese Cable on an easy-pull spool.

Putting Coaxial and Ethernet Cable Together

As we get more and more electronic equipment in our homes and buildings, we need more cables to connect everything together. In most installations it is easier to run data (Ethernet cable) and video (Coax cable) together. Since these two signals don’t interfere with each other, both of these cables are usually terminated into a central panel, which acts as a kind of “hub” for all the data and video in that section of the building. To help you save time and make your installation easier, we have put the two different cables together on one spool.

Coaxial cable usually comes on spools, while Cat5e and Cat6 cables usually come in boxes. Since cables come out of boxes and spools so differently, it can make even smaller installations a pain. By putting both cables together onto one spool, it can more than cut your installation time in half.

Unterminated Cable

Using unterminated cable lets you decide how much you need for each application. You can also decide which kind of connector is best for you. You can use F-type, BNC or RCA connectors. Terminating the cable is easy with our BNC or Coax connectors, available in both crimp and compression styles. All you need to do is properly strip the cable, plug it into the terminator, and lock it in place with the appropriate crimping tool.


RG59 + Cat5e


  • Double shield
  • 95% Braid
  • Rated for 75 ohms
  • RG59: 20 AWG CCS Center Core
  • Cat5e: 24 AWG CCA
  • Wood Spool for Easy Installation

Signal Loss (Attenuation) in Decibels per 100 ft.

  • Loss at 50 MHz: 1.5 dB
  • Loss at 100 MHz: 2.0 dB
  • Loss at 400 MHz: 4.3 dB
  • Loss at 900 MHz: 6.8 dB
  • Loss at 100 MHz: 7.0 dB

RG6 + Cat6


  • ETL Certified
  • Cable Length: 1000 ft.
  • RG6 and Cat6 combined in one PVC Jacket
  • Cable Jacket Color: Black
  • Wood Spool
  • Outer Diameter 13.5 mm

Cat6 Specs

  • 23 AWG CCA
  • (copper clad aluminum)
  • Supports 10/100/1000 Mbps

RG6 Specs

  • 18 AWG CCS (copper clad steel)
  • CCS Center Core
  • Rated for 75 Ohms
  • 60% Braid
  • Double Shielded

RG6 Signal Loss (Attenuation) in dB per 100 ft.

  • Loss at 50 MHz: 1.5 dB
  • Loss at 100 MHz: 2.0 dB
  • Loss at 400 MHz: 4.3 dB
  • Loss at 900 MHz: 6.8 dB
  • Loss at 100 MHz: 7.0 dB

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Used in a church remodel

I used this in a church remodel so we could share one video feed to every room in the building. The ethernet run was just a bonus. The cable was easy to pull. The RG6 wire was as good a quality as any. Trimming and crimping was a breeze. The cat5e cable jacket was a bit thin and easy to tear if I wasn't careful, but all worked out just fine since I used keystone jacks. The plastic jacket in the cat5e cable definitely isn't the type that works well with direct crimping. I especially liked that the 8 wires of the cat5e used good dye so the colors were very easy to distinguish.


Exactly what I ordered

Part Number: SW-30362
Good Quality Cable

Pros: Sturdy and economic RG6 + Cat 6 cable. Works as intended.Cons: If not careful when separating the two cables, the plastic covering of the CAT6 cables could remain attached to the RG6 cable exposing the CAT6 internal wiresOther:

Part Number: SW-30362
Sewell SolidRun RG6 + Cat6 Siamese

Pros: Quality cable, ease of separation between the two, footage markers and with just one cable pull you save time. No interference problems with ether cable and cutting cable for terminations easyCons: The cable reel came very loose needed to adjust rodsOther:

Part Number: SW-30362
So far, so good

Pros: Great speeds. All in one cable for only one runCons: if any, it is thick, but it has to be!Other:

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